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Champaign County Sports Car Club is a car club for drivers. CCSCC has more autocross and road rally events than any other auto sports club in the Midwest. Meetings are first Wed. of every mo. at 7:30pm, Jupiter’s At The Crossing, 2511 Village Green Pl, Champaign, IL.

2018 Autocross School

Registration is now OPEN for the 2018 autocross school on April 7th! We are offering several opportunities to participate this year:
1. Beginner Student ($65; limited to 30 entries)
2. Advanced Student ($90; limited to 12 entries)
3. Advanced Test ‘N Tune ($90; limited to 6 entries, runs in the morning with Advanced)
4. Beginner Instructor (Advanced students are strongly encouraged to instruct beginners in the afternoon)
5. Advanced Instructor
6. Course Workers and General Volunteers (Several critical positions available)

Sign up for instructor or worker positions here: https://goo.gl/forms/gsYtvIe488FaEdkq1

Participants should be ON SITE at 0730. The school officially begins at 0800. If you are late, your spot will be offered to a waitlisted entry.

As always, registration for the Test ‘N Tune on Sunday, April 8th is free for school participants. For others, the standard fees apply.

Please read the following information before registering.

In order for everyone to get the most out of our autocross school, it is important to place yourself correctly based on experience. We established 3 qualifiers for the Advanced Autocross School:

1. Have you attended more than 20 autocross events? (preferably in the last 2 years)
2. Have you attended at least two national style autocross events? (like divisional tour, national tour, match tour or the national championship)
3. Have you attended the CCSCC Beginners Autocross School course, or another well known driving school, like Evolution or Barber?

If you can answer yes to any ONE of these questions, you may register for the Advanced School. If none of these apply to you, or you feel you could use a refresher of the basics, we ask you kindly to register for the Beginner School. Don’t worry, you’ll get plenty of driving time and great instruction either way.

CCSCC reserves the right to reclass individuals if we determine they may not represent a good fit for their chosen class.

Visit AXWare ORM to register: Click Here

Work Day and Tech Day 2018

Do you hate the tech lines at the first autocross of the year? So do we! Fortunately, Parkland College has offered their facilities at the Applied Technology Center for a day of CCSCC annual technical inspections! Many thanks to Jon Ross the Parkland staff who helped us arrange this event, which will take place on on Saturday, March 10th.

In addition to Tech Day, Parkland College is hosting a Work Day in its shop for registered participants only. Visit the Parkland BTCE website to register: Click Here.

For equipment inquiries or scheduling of Dyno sessions, lifts, and scales, please email Jon Ross at JRoss@parkland.edu. Alignment rack time slots may be requested using this Google Form: Click Here

The Work Day will start with a mandatory 1-hour safety and orientation class. After completing the course, you will need to sign a waiver before using any equipment. The available equipment includes special tools and diagnostic equipment, 11 lifts, 2 alignment racks, one rack for corner weighting (scales), tire mounting and balancing equipment, and a Mustang MD1100E chassis dyno (2 wheel). Be sure to bring your own torque wrench and check its calibration. The dyno will be available for 1 hour sessions by appointment (long enough for 2 to 3 pulls to get horsepower and torque numbers, but not for tuning).

When: Saturday, March 10 at 8:00AM-4:30PM
Where: Find your way to the lot north of the ATC by following Duncan Road past Bonnie Blair Road, and make the first right. Do not use the Bradley Avenue or Duncan Road Parkland College entrances.
Why?: Because long tech lines are long!

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2018 AutoX Season kicks off March 24 & 25

CCSCC is actively planning the 2018 Season.

Our first event is at the Rantoul Airport on March 24 and 25, that’s Saturday and Sunday.

If you’re interesting in helping with the event, send an email to autocross@ccsportscarclub.org and one of the AutoX folks will get you involved.

Course setup is Friday afternoon about 3pm and usually lasts about 2 hours.

March is always wildcard weather, plan to come and drive the best March can do.

Preview……CCSCC sponsors a drivers’ instruction school.   This year it’s April 7th with your choice of a Beginner’s Instruction or Advanced.  We suggest you not be a new driver for the Advanced School…..It is a bit advanced.