Hare Scramble racing is head to head racing on a closed course. The race course is usually around 10 miles and you complete as many laps as possible in 2 hours.
On The Pipe
Hare scramble racing requires endurance but you also have to be aggressive while racing. When the start flag drops you sprint to get out in front of the pack.
SETRA hare scramble racing takes place on fast single track trails. A good time to be had with your riding buddies.
Burnt Gin Hare Scramble
|Oct 7, 2018||Interstate Shootout HS|
|Oct 28, 2018||GTR 1 HS|
|Nov 18, 2018||Volunteer HS|
|Dec 1 & 2, 2018||Battery Park HS|
|Dec 9, 2018||Little Brown Jug HS|
|Jan 13, 2019||GTR 2 HS|
|Jan 19 & 20, 2019||Battery Park 2 HS|
|Jan 27, 2019||Burnt Gin HS|
|TBD||Big Buck GNCC HS|
|TBD||General GNCC HS|
|TBD||Steele Creek GNCC HS|
|TBD||Bullet GNCC HS|
|Oct 6, 2019||Interstate Shootout HS|
|Oct 27, 2019||GTR 3 HS|
|November 17, 2019||Volunteer HS|
|Dec 1, 2019||Battery Park 3 HS|
|Dec 8, 2019||Little Brown Jug 2 HS|
More information to be posted soon!
Hare Scramble Racing
Head to head
Recent Race Reports
10th June, 2018 Round 7 Interstate Shootout The Interstate Shootout was the final hare scramble of the year and turned out to be a great day for racing at I-81 Motorsports park. Located in Greenville, Tennessee, the course composed of hilly, and at times, technical...