Mazda is planning coaching support from Tom Long and Andrew Carbonell, a parts truck, technical support and more for this year’s SCCA Runoffs. Details TBA.
Additionally, there will once again be a Mazda paddock at the 2020 Runoffs at Road America. As has become tradition, the north paddock inside Turn 14 will be utilized, including the Lester Building structure, and grass spaces. New for 2020, the corporate pad next to the Turn 13 cutoff road has been added.
Spaces will be provided to Mazda teams and racers in this area courtesy of Mazda as long as the appropriate information is provided at the time of team and driver registration.
Multi-car team and prep shop requests are now being accepted by SCCA and will be open through July 31. A link is available at www.scca.com/runoffs. In that form, you may select the Mazda paddock (paved, grass or Lester Building). You will need to include the drivers that will be part of your team space.
Driver registration opens July 15 through MotorsportReg.com. A link will be provided at the Runoffs home page here. Drivers will be able to select the Mazda area they wish to paddock in, along with who they might be sharing space with or desire to park near. Mazda and SCCA will work together to accommodate these requests within the Mazda paddock. Drivers joining a team/prep shop that submitted an advanced request should note that option in their registration.
Mazda paddock assignments will begin August 3. All drivers wishing to paddock in the Mazda area, either individually or with a multi-car team/prep shop, must be registered before August 3.
Drivers and teams are encouraged to review the paddock parking and registration information document available on the Runoffs event page.