2022 Schedule

The 2022 preliminary regular season schedule.

Note: Spec MX-5 Challenge will run in a specific SMX class for points and contingency money (in addition to optionally running with non-Spec MX-5 cars in the STL or ST5 classes). Right now, subject to changes by sanctioning bodies and the Spec MX-5 Challenge board, the schedule looks like this:

The sanctioning bodies (NASA and SCCA) publish event weekend detailed schedules, with run groups. Each sanctioning body will have the latest version of their event schedule and supplemental rules. You will need to register with the sanctioning body. 

Note: Test Days precede almost all Spec MX-5 Challenge weekends. These are sometimes run by the track, not the sanctioning body. They are sometimes run by a track day operator.

REMEMBER: to score points, drivers must register their points with Spec MX-5 Challenge. This is completely separate from entering the races. 

The sanctioning bodies (NASA and SCCA) publish event weekend detailed schedules, with run groups. Each sanctioning body will have the latest version of their event schedule and supplemental rules.

Note: Test Days precede almost all Spec MX-5 Challenge weekends. These are sometimes run by the track, not the sanctioning body. They are sometimes run by a track day operator.

REMEMBER: all drivers must enter each race in which they intend to compete. This is done with the sanctioning body for each race (SCCA or NASA). 

REMEMBER: to earn points, drivers must be entered in the run group that has the SMX or Spec MX-5 class. Drivers may also run in STL (SCCA) or ST5 (NASA), but unless they are running the Team Series, STL and ST5 are not points-scoring races. 

REMEMBER: to score points, drivers must register their points with Spec MX-5 Challenge, LLC, the Series operator. This is completely separate from entering the races. 

REMEMBER: points that apply to the championship can only be scored on Spec MX-5 Challenge Marquee weekends. 

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