What is Autocross?
Autocross is a form of motorsports competition that emphasizes driver skill and car handling through a course designated by traffic cones on a low hazard location such as a parking lot or oval track. Cars go through the course alone and are timed. There are various classes of cars based on many performance levels. Classes range from show room stock, to modified, on up to purpose built racecars and go-karts. Anything from Corvettes and Mustangs, to Neons and Civics can compete in their own class. While speeds are no greater than normally encountered in legal highway driving, the combination of concentration and car feedback create an adrenalin pumping experience. Spectators are welcome.
A typical day of Autocrossing…
9am – 10am – Registration & Tech Open
10:30am – Drivers Meeting
11:00am – 1st Car out
Event usually ends around 3-5pm
Typical Cost: $25 for Members, $35 for Non Members
($5 discounts for online pre-payment)
DOT Certified Helmet
18 years and older (or parental guardian onsite)
Valid Drivers License
Car must pass basic tech inspection
CWSCC Uses SCCA Solo Classing.