Summer Festival of Speed, July 20 – 21 at Gingerman – this weekend!


Street car, Pro-touring cars, Team Racing, Sprint Racing… yeah, it’s a weekend for everyone. With no competition license required for 3 out of 4 events, you can get on the track! Bring your friends, bring your family, spectators encouraged.

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Motor State Challenge. A 3-day event for Pro Touring drivers. Classes include Vintage, Late Model and Touring. Thursday evening will include a cruise of Southwest Michigan on publicroads. On Friday drivers will try to set their best time on the GingerMan Raceway road course in a Time Trial style event. Fastest time wins. Competitors will return to GingerMan on Saturday morning to test their skills in their first ever TrackSprint which will consist of a standing start and a flying finish over ¾ of a lap at GingerMan. Once again, fastest time counts.

 SCCA Track Event.This is a chance to get your street car on the road course at GingerManRaceway. All you need to do is bring a safe car and a helmet. The only other requirements are that you must be 18-years old and hold a valid drivers license. This is not a timed event, just an opportunity for you to see what it’s like to be on a real race track. Drivers will get 3-20 minute sessions onSaturday afternoon.

 SCCA Sprint Races.

An event for drivers with SCCA competition licenses in cars prepped for racing. Everything from open wheel formula cars to tub-framed GT cars are eligible to compete. All cars must meet all SCCA safety regulations and must be eligible for a recognized SCCA class. Competitors will qualify Saturday afternoon and then compete in 3 sprint races over the course of the weekend.

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SCCA Team Bracket Endurance Challenge. This new and exciting format is targeted towards drivers that want to share one car as a team. No SCCA competition license is required.Every driver will be required to attend a Saturday morning classroom sessionand then it’s time to hit the race track. Each team will get one practicesession, a qualifying session and three 60-minute races. There are no traditional classes. You will be placed in a bracket based on your best laptime and if you go too fast, you just move up a bracket. Cars must befully-caged and meet all SCCA safety requirements. Modifications are up to you.