SOLO/AUTOCROSS - GET STARTED
“Solo®” is the brand name for SCCA® Autocross and on paper it seems very simple – use traffic cones to make a mini-roadcourse in a parking lot or airport and see who can set the lowest time without hitting any cones or going off course.
Despite the low overall speeds attained during competition, it’s one of the most intense, rapid-fire forms of motorsports you can enter, with barriers to entry low enough that many drivers are able to be quite competitive at it.
Competitors range from the casual participant who may use the same car that they drive daily to work to the hard-core driver who has a dedicated competition car, special tires, and uses lots of vacation days to squeak out every last fraction of a second. In between the extremes, there are levels and classes for different degrees of car modification. Anyone with a valid driver's license can compete, and there is also a Junior Driver Program for kids in age appropriate karts.
Whatever your level or car – there is a place for you in SCCA Solo.
Check our events page to see a full listing of our events. The Solo/Autocross season starts around March and ends in October/November.
To register for an event please visit motorsportreg.com.
Make sure you arrive early enough to get checked in, get your car ready, and have time to get familiar with the course.
Be sure to attend the driver's meeting for the run schedule and any other updates.
Final event results will be posted on our website after the event. Look for an announcement on our facebook page.
If this is your first time, we offer course walks specifically for novices.
A Solo/Autocross event can be overwhelming at first, but we are here to help. The most important thing is to HAVE FUN!
SCCA NATIONAL SOLO RULES
The SCCA® National Solo® Rules are a member-generated ruleset built and refined throughout the past 45 years. This rule book is published annually and each aspect of a Solo® event from safety, procedure, and classing is covered so it is used by both officials and competitors.
NOTE: Technical Bulletins are periodically issued in Fastrack® News that supersede the information in the Solo® Rules.
For more information on Car Classing, and Rule Changes, please visit scca.com
CAPE FEAR AUTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (CFACS)
The Cape Fear Autocross Championship (CFAC) is a series of autocross events held throughout the year and is sanctioned by the North Carolina Region, SCCA. The Series was started by the Cape Fear Chapter in 2005.
The series is based on a points system and is awarded to drivers based on class finishes for each event. At the end of the year the points are totaled up and awarded to those with the most amount of points in each class.
NORTH CAROLINA AUTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP (NCAC)
The NCAC is North Carolina’s premier autocross competition. This two-day event is hosted each year by one of the five clubs in the state – CCR-SCCA, NCR SCCA, Triad Sports Car Club, Tarheel Sports Car Club, and Highlands Sports Car Club. You can expect this event to draw a large number competitor from all across the state and beyond, including some Nationals-level drivers. If you want to test your skills against the best in the area on a pair of large, fun, and challenging Nationals-style courses, then THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU.
The SCCA Championship Tour is a set of events which create conditions similar to those seen at the season-ending SCCA Solo National Championships in Lincoln, NE. Champ Tour events attract some of the highest-level national competitors and local drivers who want to see how they stack up against each other.
It starts like drag racing, but with turns. With two mirror-image courses set up, reaction time, getting a good launch, and being consistently fast play a role in winning at ProSolo. This series travels the country and competitors collect points that set them up to be crowned ProSolo Champion at the season finale in Lincoln, NE.
The TireRack SCCA Solo Nationals is the largest auto competition for sports cars in the world. More than 1,200 competitors descend on Lincoln, Nebraska each year for a competition which takes a week to complete and crowns a national champion in each class.