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Registration opens July 1

If you’re looking to hone your advanced autocross skills or if you want to dial in your car, then join us for a morning of autocross practice. Make sure you have a full tank of gas and plenty of tire tread, because we’ll get a lot of laps in. We will have a few advanced autocross instructors available to help. Points and trophies will not be awarded as this is not a competitive event. Sign up for this event and the Sunday Run Autocross on August 27 for a discount!

This event caters to advanced drivers. If you’re new to performance driving, check out our Car Control Clinic, also scheduled for August 26.

Planned Schedule
6:10 am – Gates open
6:30 am – Reg and Tech Inspection open
7:20 am – Course walk (optional, self-guided)
8:15 am – Driver meeting
8:40 am – Course opens
Three run groups of 20 cars, each get:
Two 40-45 min run sessions
Two 40-45 min rest sessions
One 80-90 min work session
1:30 pm – Day ends

Who can register?
Anyone with a valid driver’s license who is 16 or older. Drivers under the age of 18 must bring a legal guardian to sign the Minor Release Waiver. Two drivers may share one car, but both drivers must register separately.

Is BMWCCA membership required?
Registration will be open to BMWCCA members starting July 1 and will open to non-members on August 1.

What cars are allowed?
All marques are welcome. Cars must pass our tech inspection. SAV, SUV and trucks are not permitted at this particular event.

What is the cost?
The cost of this event is $80. Coffee and muffins will be available first thing in the morning, and water will be on hand all day, but lunch will not be provided. Sign up for both Saturday and Sunday, and get $5 off Sunday.

How do I sign up?
Registration is online using MotorsportReg.

What can I expect?
If the day runs as scheduled, each driver should get two 40-45 minute run sessions which should result in 20-25 laps in total. Additionally, each driver will have two 40-45 minute rest sessions and one 80-90 minute work session.

Sound Limit
Qualcomm’s normal sound limit of 91dB will be in effect. Cars over the limit won’t be able to run and entry fee will not be refunded.

Timing equipment will be running and the display will be available for drivers to see, but times will not be recorded.

Items to bring
Driver’s license, snacks or lunch, sunscreen, hat, Snell 2010 or newer helmet.

Will my insurance be valid?
You will have to check with your individual carrier to see if you are covered for an event such as this.

I have more questions. Who do I ask?
You can email the Autocross Director, Kim, at