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Silver State Classic Challenge

Silver State Classic Challenge

Activity description

Business Contact: Bunny Hill

Membership Year: 1991

The fastest road race in the world is the Silver State Classic Challenge held on Nevada's Route 318, with a record average race speed of 353.48 km/h (219.6430 mph), achieved by Robert Allyn (driver, USA) and David Bauer (navigator, USA) during the 2017 Nevada Open Road Challenge on 21 May 2017. 

Silver State Classic Challenge, Inc. is a non-profit corporation, formed to promote open road events, provides events to legally drive extended distances at speeds challenging to both driver and vehicle, and to provide opportunities to learn how to safely handle your vehicle at speed, both in racing situations and everyday traffic.

The Highway 318 events are sanctioned by Silver State Classic Challenge, Inc.

Chihuahua Express is sanctioned by the FIA.

Silver State Classic Challenge, Inc. is not affiliated with, nor do we support, in any way, any other organizations that claim to represent open road event participants and/or offer any awards, whether trophies, cash, or other, to participants in our events.



89301 1139 E. Aultman Street Suite C Ely, NV