SCCA Road Racing
WDCR is host to the Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Series, one of the largest and most successful club level racing series in the country. We also host a driving school, and hold the first round of the North East Division NESCCA Championship.
High PErformance Driving
HPDE events are strictly non-competitive and are based on in-car and classroom instruction and practice of performance driving and car handling. Learn at your own pace with the fun factor our main objective. Events are held at Summit Point Motorsports Park.
Autocross is a relatively low-speed competition in which one driver at a time negotiates sweeps and turns defined by cones. Maximum speeds on course are approximately 60MPH. Scoring is usually based on raw times within classes of similarly equipped vehicles.
Time Trials can be your first taste of motorsports competition. TT is a timed event, with regional and national points assigned to finish placement. It's an easy step up from Advanced HPDE, and welcomes cars that are qualified to run in HPDE or race prepped cars. TT is usually run the same day as HPDE's, so there's an opportunity for tons of track time.
It's racing on dirt, gravel, grass, and sometimes mud on a course defined by cones. Each run you make counts towards the final results, and the conditions often change throughout the day, challenging drivers to be fast but also stay consistent.
Road Rallying is a contest of precision. Contestants follow a prescribed route at prescribed average (legal) speeds. Contestants visit checkpoints where their passage is timed. Scoring is based on matching the speeds/times from checkpoint to checkpoint.