SCCA ProRally

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SCCA ProRally
Category Rallying
Country United States
Inaugural season 1973
Folded 2004

SCCA ProRally was an American rally racing series, run by the Sports Car Club of America from 1973 until 2004.[1] The SCCA discontinued it for 2005, due to concerns about safety and insurance.[2] It allowed Rally America to replace it, utilizing most of the same venues and existing infrastructure.[3]

Rallies[edit]

Competitor at the 2004 Rim of the World ProRally

Rallies which were included on the SCCA ProRally calendar include:

Champions[edit]

Championships were awarded to drivers and co-drivers based on finishes in several classes. An overall champion, based on overall finishes was also awarded. From 1998 until 2004 a separate championship was awarded to the best-placed 2 wheel drive team, regardless of class.

Year Driver Co-Driver Manufacturer
1973 United States Scott Harvey United States Wayne Zitkus not awarded
1974 United States Gene Henderson United States Ken Pogue not awarded
1975 United States John Buffum United States Vicki Dykema Japan Datsun
1976 United States Hendrik Blok United States Erick Hauge Japan Datsun
1977 United States John Buffum United States Vicki Dykema United States Chrysler
Japan Datsun
1978 United States John Buffum United States Doug Shepherd Japan Datsun
1979 United States John Buffum United States Mark Howard Japan Datsun
1980 United States John Buffum United States Doug Shepherd United Kingdom Triumph
1981 New Zealand Rod Millen United States Bob Kraushaar Japan Mazda
1982 United States John Buffum United States Doug Shepherd Germany Audi
1983 United States John Buffum United States Doug Shepherd Germany Audi
1984 United States John Buffum United States Bob Kraushaar Germany Audi
1985 United States John Buffum United States Tom Grimshaw Japan Mazda
1986 United States John Buffum United States Tom Grimshaw Germany Audi
1987 United States John Buffum United States Tom Grimshaw Germany Audi
1988 New Zealand Rod Millen United States Harry Ward Japan Mazda
1989 New Zealand Rod Millen New Zealand Tony Sircombe Japan Mazda
1990 United States Paul Choiniere United States Cal Coatsworth Germany Audi
1991 United States Chad DiMarco United States Erick Hauge Germany Audi
1992 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker Germany Audi
1993 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker Germany Audi
1994 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker Germany Audi
1995 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker Japan Mitsubishi
1996 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker South Korea Hyundai
1997 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker South Korea Hyundai
1998 Jamaica David Summerbell Jamaica Michael Fennell South Korea Hyundai
1999 United Kingdom Noel Lawler Republic of Ireland Charles Bradley South Korea Hyundai
2000 United States Paul Choiniere United States Jeff Becker South Korea Hyundai
2001 United Kingdom Mark Lovell United States Frank Cunningham Japan Subaru
2002 United Kingdom David Higgins United Kingdom Steve Turvey South Korea Hyundai
2003 United Kingdom David Higgins United Kingdom Daniel Barritt Japan Mitsubishi
2004 Canada Patrick Richard Canada Nathalie Richard not awarded
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