Metropolitan Council of Sports Car Clubs
The Metropolitan Council of Sports Car Clubs is a long-standing association of sports car clubs based in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota and
surrounding areas. The Met Council Meets at 7:30 PM the first Monday of each month at Davanni’s, 1905 W. Perimeter Drive, Roseville MN.
Please Note: There is no meeting in July, and the September meeting occurs on the second Monday.
The primary focus of the Met Council is to promote the sport of autocross in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area.
Specific responsibilities include:
-Coordinating Event Schedules amongst member clubs.
-Assisting member clubs with Event Promotion.
-Maintaining a common set of Autocross Rules.
-Administering a common set of Reserved Car Numbers.
-Providing access to Event Insurance Coverage for member clubs.
-Sponsoring the annual Met Council Autocross Series.
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Chippewa Valley Sports Car Club
CVSCC is an organization with over 45 years of history based in the Chippewa Valley (Eau Claire / Chippewa
Falls, WI). As a car club, CVSCC hosts and attends various auto related events, but also have a number of
social events. Some past events include: road rally (timed distance), autocross, cruise & dine, car shows, ice
races, pro kart racing, factory/business tours, socials etc. The club also tries to make a difference in the
community by holding fund raisers for auto-related charities, including the Chippewa Valley Technical College
Corvettes of Minnesota
COM was formed in 1960 by a small group of Corvette owners and enthusiasts. From the beginning, the only
requirement for member has been an enthusiastic interest in Corvettes. Early events included rallies and
autocrosses. Most COM members are current or former Corvette owners, however Corvette ownership is not a
requirement for membership. Corvettes of Minnesota has been a member of the Metropolitan Council of
Sports Car Clubs since the early days of the organization, and of the National Council of Corvette Clubs for
over twenty years. COM contributes each year to the Minnesota Parkinson Foundation, and NCCC raises
funds nationally for the National Kidney Foundation.
Minnesota Autosports Club
MAC is a non-profit, volunteer organization, focused on providing safe and affordable autosports opportunities
to amateur drivers. MAC is the largest organizer of autocross events in Minneapolis/Saint Paul and
surrounding areas. MAC’s roots date back to the late 1940’s, and the club has conducted the annual MOWOG
Autocross Series for nearly 40 years. MAC provides a wide variety of driver education activities, including
Novice, Intermediate and Advanced schools and the RoadSkills Teen Driving Clinic. MAC contributes to the
Salvation Army and subsidizes teen driver education through the Paul Weidner Memorial Fund.
Nord Stern Region - Porsche Club of America
Founded in 1959, Nord Stern is a group of Porsche enthusiasts from the Minnesota and western Wisconsin
areas. Nord Stern includes hundreds of members who own Porsches from 356’s to Carrera GT’s to factory race
cars, as well as the latest Cayennes, Boxsters, Caymans, and 911’s. Nord Stern organizes a wide variety of
activities ranging from competitive racing to social get togethers. Although many Porsches go in the garage for
winters, Nord Stern stays active through social and educational events throughout the year.
Land O’Lakes Region - Sports Car Club of America
LOL is one of the longest-standing SCCA regions in existence, covering Minnesota, South Dakota, and
Northwestern Wisconsin. LOL has a rich tradition in a wide variety of motorsports, including Road Racing,
Road Rally, Performance Rally, Rallycross, Autocross and High Performace Driving Events. LOL offers an
annual schedule of autocross events through the Sports Car Club of LaCrosse (SCCLAC), an LOL affiliate.
Suburban Corvettes of Minnesota
SCM is a Minneapolis/Saint Paul-based non-profit organization focused on the enjoyment and fellowship
engendered by owning a Chevrolet Corvette. SCM engages in social activities and competitive events,
facilitates the sharing and exchanging of technical/mechanical information, and promotes mutually beneficial
relations with manufactures, dealers and service providers.