In Case You Missed It: 2019 Runoffs Recaps

The 56th running of SCCA’s National Championship Runoffs® at VIRginia International Raceway is now in the history book. This was the very first time the SCCA® National Championship visited the 18-turn, 3.27-mile circuit located along the border of North Carolina and Virginia, and the venue produced many exciting moments. Some of the highlights included John Phillips claiming a championship and Super Sweep in B-Spec after nearly 30 tries, maiden victories for a handful of competitors, a fantastic F Production race, Mark Boden making three podium appearances, and so much more.

 

Start planning now for the 57th annual National Championship Runoffs being held Oct. 5-11, 2020, at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. That will be a return visit for the Runoffs to that 4.048-mile, 14-turn circuit which previously hosted SCCA’s National Championship for five years straight from 2009 to 2013.

 

In the next few days, on-demand videos from each race will be available to watch for free at SCCA.com. But in the meantime, below are written recaps for each of this year’s 28 race classes.

 

2019 Runoffs Recaps

- Workers of the Year: 2019 Workers of the Year Celebrated at VIR Runoffs

- Tire Rack Pole Awards: 2019 Runoffs Tire Rack Pole Award Winners

- American Sedan®: Eaton Aces American Sedan Field at VIR Runoffs

- B-Spec: Phillips Finally Finds B-Spec SCCA Championship at VIR

- E Production: Van Steenburg Wins Second Runoffs in EP at VIR

- F Production: Prill Thrills For F Production Win at VIR

- H Production: Silegren Holds off Competition for HP Runoffs® Victory

- Formula 500: McMahan Inch Perfect for Formula 500 Win

- Formula Atlantic®/Formula 1000: Lazier Wins Unpredictable FA VIR Runoffs

- Formula Continental®: Big Win for Minor at Runoffs® in Formula Continental

- Formula Enterprises: Libecco Wins by a Nose in Formula Enterprises Finale

- Formula Enterprises 2: Barkau Breaks Through for First Runoffs® Win in FE2

- Formula F: Kotyk Wins Rain-Soaked Formula F at 2019 Runoffs®

- Formula Mazda: Seaber Wins Wet, Wild Formula Mazda VIR Runoffs Race

- Formula Vee®: Whitston Bros. Share Podium With Andrew Taking FV Win

- GT-1: Francis Claims First Runoffs Championship in GT-1 at VIR

- GT-2: Andrew Aquilante Builds a GT-2 Runoffs Championship at VIR

- GT-3: Dernehl Survives Wild GT-3 Race for First Runoffs Title at VIR

- GT-Lite: Shadowen Scores Third Championship With GT-Lite Win at VIR

- Prototype 1: Slusher Slays Field for VIR Runoffs Prototype 1 Win

- Prototype 2: Tray Ayres Storms VIR in P2 for Second Championship

- Spec Miata: Competitive Spec Miata Finale Ends with First Time Winner

- Spec Racer Ford 3: Fight to Finish Decides SRF3 Runoffs Champion

- Super Touring® Lite: Danny S. Spins and Wins STL at SCCA Runoffs

- Super Touring® Under: Boehm Becomes Two-Time STU Champ at VIR

- Touring 1: Third Time's the Charm at VIR for Mark Boden in T1 at Runoffs

- Touring 2: Busy Weekend Ends in Win for MacNeil in T2

- Touring 3: Bauguess Sets T3 Record at Home on Way to First Championship

- Touring 4: Leverone Opens Runoffs with Maiden Championship in T4

 

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