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Race With The Cascade Sports Car Club

Want to be a Race Car Driver?  Most people are under the impression that racing cars is unobtainable to the average person.  Amateur racing with Cascade Sports Car Club (CSCC) and the International Conference of Sports Car Clubs (ICSCC) is not as expensive or difficult to get into as most would think.  Budgets vary and sure some racers spend a good amount of money on racing, but you also have racers who race on a shoestring budget.  These racers stretch their tires to the limit, race local, and rebuild their engines never!!  With a wide range of classes, you can choose the budget minded classes or the not so budget minded classes!
Cascade Sports Car Club is a member of the International Conference of Sports Car Clubs.  ICSCC sanctions auto racing events in Northwest Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, Canada.  Cascade’s events are held at Portland International Raceway and typically occur between April and October.
The link below to the “International Conference of Sports Car Clubs” is a great source of information for what it takes to venture into making your racing dreams come true!  Come join the fun!
International Conference of Sports Car Clubs
Also visit www.icscc.com for a season schedule, competition regulations, forums, and other helpful information.
The Cascade Sports Car Club is fully sanctioned by the ICSCC (“Conference”) to train and license drivers for competitive events. Check our Drivers Education pages on how to go through our program to get your racing license, and we’ll see you on race day!
 
For information about the Cascade Grand Slam and Cascade Cup click here:
CASCADE GRAND SLAM
For current Cascade Cup standings click here
The Northwest Mini Enduro Rules are here and Standings can be found here
To learn more about ICSCC Click Here to go to their website
For a list of all the ICSCC race officials Click Here

Pro 3 (BMW 3 Series Cars) and Spec Miata are very popular and competitive classes
Below are some videos of club racing with Cascade Sports Car Club. Be sure to check out the feature length film from 1982 of the Cascade Enduro for a really fun look back at what road racing at PIR looked like in the 80’s

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