After an absence of two years because of the pandemic, the St. Louis Region’s RoadRally program is back in business with a Region social event May 15 and the return of its Gateway National RoadRally Weekend Sept. 2–4 (Labor Day weekend).
Designed to reintroduce the sport, Sunday Drive #1 is a fun tour of about 40 miles over country roads that takes participants from a start at the Gateway Convention Center in Collinsville, Ill., to Schlafly’s Highland Square pub/restaurant in Highland, Ill. (Located on Highland’s historic—and charming—town square, Schlafly’s Highland Square is the newest of the St. Louis brewing company’s eating and drinking establishments.)
Also having its starting point in Collinsville, the Region’s 2022 Gateway National RoadRally Weekend will offer Regional and National teams three distinct championship road rallies: the Tulips by Night Divisional Touring Rally Sept. 2, the Kaskaskia Trails National Touring Rally Sept. 3, and The Avenue of the Saints Divisional GTA Rally Sept. 4. All three are part of the SCCA’s 2022 National RoadRally Championship Series. For more information about the rallies, visit the Region’s website at stlscca.org or check MotorsportReg.com at the following:
About the St. Louis Region
The St. Louis Region, with some 600 members, offers Club Racing, Performance Driving Experience (PDX), RallyCross, RoadRally, Solo (autocross), and Street Survival School programs to educate and provide safe environments for individuals to enjoy their street-legal (daily driver) vehicles and purpose-built racecars. The region is home to more than 80 national champions and has been recognized three times by the Sports Car Club of America as the Region of the Year in its member category. To learn more about the St. Louis Region, visit stlscca.org or the Region’s Facebook page.