Welcome to the home of SCCA virtual racing! Just like our other racing programs, we have something to offer a number of different skill levels!

Today’s motorsport world is vastly different from that of our fathers and grandfathers. Long gone are the days where to experience racing, to hone the craft of not just how to drive fast but also race craft itself, one had to go to an actual racetrack. And drive an actual race car. With the progression of technology, a literal virtual world of racing has sprung up, with multiple platforms offering endless games and sims where anyone can dip their toes into the world of racing.


Hoosier SCCA eSports Super Tour

The SCCA is proud to introduce the Hoosier eSports Super Tour—a virtual representation of the analog, real world Hoosier Super Tour that runs at various tracks across the country. Whether you are looking to get into racing and want to develop your race craft, or you are a seasoned racer and are looking to fill the “waiting in between”, the Hoosier SCCA eSports Super Tour has you covered!


How do I get started?

The Hoosier SCCA eSports Super Tour is open to current SCCA members only. Each race group will accommodate the first 40 drivers. To be allowed to join, register for the SCCA eSports league here.

Drivers will be allowed to participate in multiple race groups, limited to the time available in the posted schedule.

Additionally, informal SCCA eSports #funwithcars sessions will be hosted two to three nights per week. These sessions will be open to anyone, without license requirements or live streaming. For hosted sessions, SCCA eSports will always use the password “funwithcars”.

Participants may also join the SCCA eSports Discord Channel to stay up to date on race announcements and stay connected with other drivers here.


Want to watch the SCCA eSports Hoosier Super Tour?

Want to get in on the action but don't have a rig yet? You can watch live broadcasts of the Hoosier SCCA eSports Super Tour events on the Official SCCA Facebook Page and YouTube Channel, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET each Saturday. Links will be posted as the events go live. Here are approximate broadcast times for each race group:

  • 5:00 pm: Spec Racer Ford
  • 5:55 pm: Touring
  • 6:40 pm: Skip Barber Formula 2000
  • 7:25 pm: Big Bore
  • 8:10 pm: Global MX-5 Cup