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!
Membership & Runs
- There will be three heats.
- Run by Class – We run our heats based on class. Ladies classes will run in a different heat from open class cars. For example: A car with two drivers, one male and one female - The open class for the car might run heat 1 and the Ladies class for the car would run heat 2.
- Run/Work order will be set in advance based upon classes. And will rotate among the three heats. You must run with your class. See the Run Work Schedule for exact information
- Normally, two driver cars will alternate drivers the same way that is done at Nationals and Divisionals. In other words they will change after each run. Drivers may choose to not alternate (driver 1 runs all runs, driver 2 runs all runs) within the same heat.