About this event
Madison Sports Car Club (MSCC) and Midwestern Council of Sports Car Clubs (MC, MCSCC) are proud to present a full weekend of motorsports at Blackhawk Farms August 28-29, 2021, in honor of our fallen comrade John "Jumbo" Boldt.
Deferred billing! Credit card payments will not be processed until the weekend of the event.
Don’t miss the second MC Enduro of the season! Your car can easily handle the 2 hour race on one set of tires and brakes without breaking your bank account. The 2 hour length means you can drive it alone if you’re a glutton for punishment, or you and a buddy can handle the drive and still have enough energy left to drink a victory beer.
The Saturday morning HPDE sessions are INCLUDED in the enduro price, so all your drivers can get some track time before the race!
The MC Enduro Championship is divided into five classes, E1-E5, based on your declared Blackhawk lap times. "Breaking out" of your chosen time will result in time penalties. Please see entry packet for more details and full supplementals.
CLUB RACE SUNDAY!
After the Enduro, stick around for the Wheel to Wheel Races on Sunday. You can get over four hours of track time this weekend, or six hours if you run two race groups!
RACE STAFF DESPERATELY NEEDED!
We have all the usual worker goodies, free camping, free meals and gas card giveaways.
PLUS THE USUAL PARTY!
Illinois regulations permitting, we are planning on another bodacious bar-b-que dinner Saturday evening aftter the enduro as well as a Celebration of Life for "Jumbo" John Boldt!
REGISTRATION PACKET / INFORMATION
See the following 2021-08 Jumbo Classic Race Entry Form v002.pdf
This event is governed by the Midwestern Council GCR, available at this link: http://mcscc.org/gcr.php
All MC races are open to drivers holding a valid current MCSCC, SCCA (Pro, National/Full Comp/Major or Regional/Novice with one race signoff minimum), WHRRI, BMWCCA (full), EMRA, CASC, PCA (full), NASA (full), ACC Levels 1 and 2, SVRA, or VMC racing license. New this year, MC has an Enduro Racing Permit to welcome drivers from non-licensed series such as Chump Car and Lemons.
During 2021, Midwestern Council still accepts Snell 2010 or newer helmets and requires an approved Head and Neck Restraint device (i.e. HANS, NecksGen, etc.) Next year in the 2022 season, Snell 2015 or newer helmets will be required.
Drivers must be 18 or over, or 17-18 years old with completed MC Minor Participation License paperwork in place.
MC.2014.Minor Participation Procedures.pdf
More information is available on our website.