Fairfax was an airport course located in Kansas City, KS. It was used for SCCA National races in 1954-1955. The site is now occupied by a General Motors assembly plant.
This page was contributed by Guy Watney, Kansas City Region SCCA.
As with the Kansas City Speedway, racing came back to Fairfax in the late 1990s when the parking lot of the GM plant was used for autocrossing by the Kansas City Region SCCA. This came to an end when a local auto-workers' union official complained about `foreign' cars being allowed to use their parking lot.
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