What is an Autocross? It is a timed automobile competition, where one car at a time drives a course defined by pylons and/or painted lines on a paved surface. Penalties are assessed for hitting the pylons or crossing the painted lines. Historically, an autocross requires the ability to look at a driving course (you get to walk the course prior to driving it) and to anticipate what must be done to drive
| Mark Schnoerr |
Autocross Chair, Maverick Region
Equipe Rapide: Sports Car Club (AX Partner) |
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What is a Mirrorcross? Mirrorcross is like autocross with an awesome twist. Competitors line up at the Christmas Tree and go heads up down the straight start. Then they make a turn onto the mirror image courses and autocross their way back to the finish line. Competitors switch sides and go again. In fact, each competitor will get at least 6 runs on each side of the course for a total of 12 runs! Your fastest left side and fastest right side are added together to generate your overall finishing position.
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This is a list of frequently asked questions and basic information about Autocrosses. If you need to know about safety or what to bring for your first Autocross, you will want to read this fact sheet.
We have instructors on hand at each event, who will be glad to show you the ropes!
Instruction Manual - This manual contains all the technical
information you might need to understand to run an Autocross.
Links - Need to find something for your next Autocross? We have provided links other local clubs, technical information, and our favorite tire suppliers.