The Rose Cup Tradition Continues
The annual Rose Cup Race, the oldest amateur road-racing event west of the Mississippi River, celebrated 50 years of racing in 2010. This race has been popular with West Coast racing enthusiasts for five decades, and features more than 400 amateur drivers in varied classes of racecars. It's one of the featured events of the Sports Car Club of America, a 60,000-member not-for-profit national organization featuring more than 2,000 amateur and professional motor sports events each year. Races like Portland´s prestigious Rose Cup, organized by the Oregon region of the SCCA, represent the grassroots motor sports participation that typifies the club.
This is a weekend full of excitement with plenty of continuous racing action and exhibits that give the whole family a chance to discover the world of motorsports.
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NOTE: This is the PRELIMINARY schedule.
2013 Preliminary Race Schedule [PDF]
(As of February 26.)
Unique to the Rose Cup Races is the Festival Trophy Race, which debuted in 1997 as a companion feature race that rotates between different regional points race groups. The Portland Karting Association will return this year, bringing multiple classes of racing karts including Super Karts and Shifters, the hotrods of the karting world. The high-performance Porsches of the Pirelli GT3 Cup Trophy USA West series will take Portland by storm to compete for the President's Cup.
Drivers can visit RoseCup.Com for participant information from the Oregon Region SCCA.