It was announced last week that the National Championship event for the 2023 Spec MX-5 Challenge Series presented by Toyo Tires will be held at VIRginia International Raceway, in Alton, Virginia, during the 2023 SCCA® National Championship Runoffs®, from September 23rd – October 3rd. Set in the rolling hills of southern Virginia, the scenic and courage-testing VIR provides the perfect venue and an ideal location for the culmination of Spec MX-5 Challenge’s biggest season yet.
“At its core, the Runoffs serves to crown SCCA’s National Champions, but the event is far more than that,” said Deanna Flanagan, SCCA’s Director of Road Racing. “The Runoffs is a showcase for SCCA’s racing program at the highest level. It’s also an opportunity for Club members and spectators to travel to the event, and for those who can’t make it in person to enjoy the professional live video stream presented for free online. It’s important to the Club to do everything possible to provide high-level, exciting racing for all to watch, while also delivering the National Championship experience, which is why this year’s Runoffs will showcase Spec MX-5 Challenge races.
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