Solo (AKA Autocross) is a test of driving skill and the car's agility in which one car at a time is driven over a clearly defined course, the elapsed time and penalties for course deviations being the determining factor for awards. Most Solo events take place in large parking lots, with the course defined by orange pylons. Speeds are limited and the hazards to spectators and participants do not usually exceed those encountered in normal, legal highway driving. Watch the video below to see how easy it is to enter an event and have fun with your car at these events!
Welcome to the Official Website of the St. Louis Region SCCA Solo Program
The St. Louis Region's Solo program typically includes eight to ten events per year, which will prove challenging both to the beginner and seasoned contender. These events are now held at St. Charles Family Arena.
Classes exist for cars ranging from the competitor's daily driver on street tires to purpose built racecars and everything in-between. Solo is a safer, less expensive way to get involved in racing, improve your driving skill and have fun on a budget.
We've got a couple ways to get more info on Solo Racing:
To ensure a safe, fun and fair atmosphere for all the competitors and
spectators, the SCCA and the St. Louis region each have rules that
need to be followed: