|March 24-25||Golden Gate Region||Thunderhill Raceway|
|April 20-22||Zone 8||Auto Club Speedway|
|May 4-6||Intermountain Region||Utah Motorsports Campus|
|May 19-20||Golden Gate Region||Buttonwillow Raceway|
|July 27-29||Golden Gate Region||Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway|
|September 8-9||Golden Gate Region||Thunderhill Raceway|
|September 14-16||Rocky Mountain Region||High Plains Raceway|
|October 27-28||Golden Gate Region||Sonoma Raceway|
|November 10-11||San Diego Region||Buttonwillow Raceway|
This year's results (so far) can be found here.
Click here for the full PCA Club Racing calendar.
Register for these club races (and others) at: ClubRegistration.net
The West Coast Series is a PCA club racing points competition comprised of the all the PCA club races that occur on the west coast of the USA. Historically, club racing in the PCA has been most popular on the east coast, and this series was created (starting with the 2014 season) to encourage west coast club members to take up club racing by providing them with the increased competition and sense of camaraderie that comes with having one's own competitive series. All PCA club racers are elegible to participate and all entrants to the above listed events are automatically entered into the series.
The West Coast Series will follow the national championship series rules, with the exception that awards will be determined by the totals of the best 8 championship races from the West Coast Events listed above. Each West Coast Event will have 2 championship races. Ties for the first three positions will be broken by the highest total in the 9th race, then the 10th race, etc... Event points will only be awarded for WCS events in determining series points, but otherwise will follow the national series rules. You may review the rules on the Club Racing website.
Email Suesan Way Carter, West Coast Series Coordinator, at: email@example.com
PCA Club Racing is an organized race series for Porsche owners. The rules are similar to vintage racing. While it is amateur racing, it is true wheel-to-wheel racing and is therefore only for qualified drivers, just like the professionals. This distinguishes it from Autocross and Time Trial, in which you are racing against the clock, and from Driver's ED (DE), which is not competitive in any way.
Club Racing was established around several guiding principles. First, there should be a class for all Porsche sports cars, including both street and modified cars. Second, the racing is to be fun, safe, and clean. Third, the organization and operation of Club Races is to be uniform, so that any racer may attend any Club Race and know exactly what to expect.
The gateway to club racing is the DE and Time Trial program. The mission and purpose of these is to provide a safe, structured, and controlled teaching and learning environment on the big track. But when you are ready for club racing, club racing is ready for you!
Click here to learn more about PCA Club Racing.