All events start at 9AM with gates opening to all at 8AM.

Registration and tech inspection ends for both heat at 9:45AM.

Heat 1 begins at approximately 10:30AM.

Heat 2 begins shortly after the completion of Heat 1.

The event site is at Maui Raceway Park off of Mokulele Hwy(311) (Between Kihei and Kahului).

Events are held at the Police Pursuit Training Ground. Enter Maui Motorsports Park, go .4 mile and turn left across from the entrance to the drag strip.

Drivers are required to wear Snell SA2010 or later helmets and covered shoes when participating.Loaner helmets are available on a limited basis.

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by Ariel Menor - November 2, 2017. The Maui Sports Car Club of America better known as Maui SCCA completed its 2017 race season with the last race of the season on October 22, 2017 under bright and sunny skies.

Thirteen drivers were treated to a course with a lot of flow that used parts of the track that had never been used before. The 270 degree hairpin at Keawe Corner presented a challenge to slow down and get back up to speed towards the finish. The course was widely praised by all drivers.

Top raw time and PAX belonged to Russ Rosen in his 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 with 54.75 and PAX adjusted of 46.87. Second in PAX in a 2006 MX5 was Adriel “Ed” Menor with a 46.94 and third was Timothy Jeffs with a 47.40 in his 2001 Miata. The time difference of .07 between first and second shows how close the racing is at our events.

Second in raw time belonged to Brian Silva in his extreme 1985 Toyota Corolla (Hachiroku). The addition of DOT R Nittos has made Brian a front runner for raw time. Third quickest raw time belonged to Adriel “Ed” Menor in his Miata with a 56.55.

Our 2018 season is in the works so stay tuned to this website and the Maui SCCA Facebook page for current updates.

by Adriel Menor - July 14, 2017. Maui SCCA was able to hold it’s first race of the season on Sunday, June 25, 2017. It was not without complications initially. The race was supposed to happen in May, but due to an unforeseen problem with the timing system that race was postponed. With the timing corrected, fourteen (14) drivers were confronted with a technical course that required a lot of direction change. There was even a five (5) cone slalom that decreased in distance for the later cones.

This was also the first race were raw times were recorded and a PAX multiplier was added to create a PAX time and ranking. For more information, you can search the concept of the PAX multiplier online. The top raw time driver was Russ Rosen in his 2002 blue Corvette with a best clean raw time of 48.30. Second best raw time belonged to drift/autocross driver Kelson Uradomo in his wildly prepped FC RX7 with a time of 48.81. Third best raw time belonged to Adriel Menor in his STR prepped 2006 Miata/MX5 with a time of 48.90.

The PAX time rankings resulted in Adriel Menor having the top PAX time of 40.59 followed by Jonathan Sameshima in his C Stock 2004 RX8 with a time of 40.69 and third best PAX time belonged to Alain Menor who co-drove the STR Miata/MX5 with a time of 40.97. Lastly, the event marked the return of our club president, Karl Rohlfing in his Factory Five racer named Naheka (Hawaiian for “snake”). Our next event is Sunday, July 23, 2017. Gates open at 8:00 a.m. Results here...

Solo Overview

Solo is the SCCA brand name for autocross competition. Solo events are driving skill contests that emphasize the driver's ability and the car's handling characteristics. This is accomplished by driving a course that is designated by traffic cones on a low hazard location, such as a parking lot or inactive airstrip. While speeds are no greater than those normally encountered in legal highway driving, the combination of concentration and car feedback creates an adrenaline pumping experience. It is like being in a movie chase scene, only you are holding onto the steering wheel instead of a box of popcorn!

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