CRC Pat’s Acres

Pat’s Acres July 23-25th, 2021 – Registration Is Open Closed Please visit the registration page to download the Late Entry PDF or register at the track:

Event Schedule TBD

The middle of our 2021 schedule brings a new track in a new state for the CRC program. The series travels north to the Pat’s Acres Racing Complex in Canby, Oregon for what will be a three-day, two-round event. The schedule format will mirror that of a Challenge of the Americas weekend, providing a full day of practice on Friday with two separate rounds (R3/R4) of racing on Saturday and Sunday. Sunoco Supreme/Motul is the spec fuel. Although this is a CRC event, we will supply fuel/oil with entry due to the format.

“The event at Pat’s Acres is going to be an epic return of an out of state program to the historic facility,” added Seesemann. “This will be the most anticipated summertime race on the West Coast and will surely have a tremendous turnout. Our partnership continues with the ROK Sonoma program, as they have a great following in northern California. The numbers continue to grow here in southern California, and with our reach up to Oregon, we have the entire west coast covered for the ROKKERS!”

Dry camping at the track is available all week long for racers and their families. We encourage people to camp out at the track. For those of you who have never been to this iconic facility there is a river that runs around the property that is perfect for a summer time tube float. As a series we spend a lot of times at tracks in the Southwest. This is a great opportunity to see trees and a track with green grass. The lower pits (ie the grass) are open pitting for competitors, while the asphalt pits are for teams and sponsors who pre arranged for premier pit placement.

Pat’s Acres schedule for the week prior to our CRC event is tentatively: Monday track closed. Tues-Thurs track run practice, alternating with rentals. Check with the track for the most up to date information and for their specific facility rules.

CANBY, OR 97013