What should I bring to Autox?
What should I bring to Autox?
A few basic things to bring to the autocross event:
- Your driver’s license.
- Money for the entrance fee and fun runs.
- A helmet that meets the clubs requirements.
- Water, and lots of it.
- Hat / cap.
What do you wear to an autocross event?
It will be fine! The main wear items for autocross are tires and brakes – they WILL wear down more rapidly than street driving but a few days of beginner autocross won’t really hurt anything. If you car’s suspension/wheel bearings/steering rack operates without hiccup going in, the car will survive the day just fine.
How much do SCCA racers make?
This is a significant increase from the 2019 season, which awarded the season-long prize on a $600/$400/$200 basis. Individual event Super Challenge payouts have also increased to $1,000 for a win, $500 for runner-up, and $250 for third. Again, this is a significant change, as a win in 2019 paid $300.
Do SCCA drivers get paid?
The pay for ride and drive events ranges from $225 to $500 per day, depending on your experience and skill level. The events can run from 10 to 70 days per year, so it is advisable to keep your day job.
Are SUVs allowed in autocross?
Car: Almost any vehicle can autocross, the exception are vehicles with a heightened rollover risk such as large SUVs or pick-up trucks.
How do I prepare my car for autocross?
How to prepare your car for Autocross:
- Check tire pressure.
- Check your wheel torque.
- Make sure your fluids are topped off and not leaking.
- Empty your car of trash and free floating items.
- Cut weight!
- Try to fill up with good fuel before the event.
Does autocross damage your car?
Will autocrossing damage my car? Autocrossing can have an effect on how your car wears standard consumable items such as tires and brake pads, however it is extremely unlikely that it will threaten the structural integrity of your car.
Are helmets required for autocross?
Helmet Requirements Helmets must be worn for all track and autocross events. Helmets certified as meeting the most current or the two most recent applicable Snell, FIA, or SFI standards are acceptable.
Does autocross hurt your car?
Autocrossing can have an effect on how your car wears standard consumable items such as tires and brake pads, however it is extremely unlikely that it will threaten the structural integrity of your car.
What do the cones mean in autocross?
Traffic cones, often called “pylons” in autocross, are used to mark out the autocross course. In a slalom, a cone on its side indicates that you are expected to go past the standing cone on the opposite side. Each cone is outlined in chalk. You can touch a cone as long as you don’t knock it completely out of its box.
Who is the youngest stock car driver?
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What helmet does SCCA autocross wear?
Nearly everything we do at SCCA requires a helmet. Depending on your needs, that can either mean a minor or major investment. Autocrossing? You only need an M-Rated helmet.
What is a SA helmet?
SA stands for Special Application. SA rated helmets are used in competitive automobile racing and require a fire-retardant lining. SA helmets are also subjected to additional testing including a test that simulates a roll bar impact. The SA rating is currently revised every 5 years.