Utah AutoCross (solo) Racing
Any licensed driver is allowed to compete in an event. Drivers aged 8-16 can also participate via the junior program. If you are not already a SCCA member, then you will need to sign up for a weekend membership for insurance purposes. This can be done at the event site on the day of the event. Virtually any car can be entered, as long as it is safe to drive and will pass the tech/safety inspection. You will typically see anything on the course, ranging from corvettes, porsches, S2000s, to Corollas, Elantras, and everything in between. For beginners there is a novice class where you will be running in a group with other novices. You will also be provided an instructor to ride along with you and give you advice. In addition, before the event starts, there is a novice walk though. An experienced competitor will walk all the novices (and anyone else who cares to listen) through the course giving advice and pointers.
If there are any questions about participating or anything else about autocross, don't hesitate to contact someone on the contacts page. This is a very friendly event to novices, and everyone tries to make it as beginner friendly.
What is Autocross?
If you like to drive hard, then Solo is for you! During autocross competition, drivers compete against the clock as they navigate technical courses. Each driver is given at least three chances to post their best time. It's fast, it's fun, and nearly anyone can afford to participate.
If you'd like to race in the next autocross event, your car and a helmet are pretty much all you'll need to get started. Autocross competition is broken down into a number of classes so that virtually any car can be competitive. So whether you own a Corvette or a Chevette, you can be sure you'll have a great time. So make your plans to attend today.
For more information about race dates, location and entry fees, check out the Solo schedule of events and the Solo supplementary regulations. We want to see you there!