Have you ever wanted to explore the limits of your car in a safe, controlled environment? All you need for autocross is a street-legal car in good working order. Autocross is a sport where drivers compete for the fastest times on a course marked by cones. There is only one car on a section of the course at a time, with courses laid out in open areas with few obstacles. Speeds normally stay under 65mph. As a result, autocross is an excellent way to safely learn car control skills.
CCSCC follows nationally recognized SCCA rules and classes. There are Novice classes for new drivers. Club members are always happy to help novices, so be sure to ask if you have any questions regarding rules, procedures, or course following.
Events are held at Rantoul Aviation Center, Parkland College, and Richland Community College. See Autocross Event Sites for details. The current year’s autocross schedule and results are available at Autocross Schedule and Results. Below are the entry fees and the daily schedule for all autocross events unless otherwise noted in the schedule. It is extremely important that drivers arrive early; no late registration will be allowed, period.
- $20 for CCSCC, SCCA, or HISCC members for 1st day, $10 for 2nd day
- $25 for students with valid ID for 1st day, $10 for 2nd day
- $30 for all others for 1st day, $10 for 2nd day
- Registration: 8:00am — 9:30am
- Tech Inspection: 8:30am — 10:00am
- Drivers Meeting: 10:00am
- First Car Off: 10:30am
2013 Autocross Committee
|Committee Member||Clark Walker|
|Committee Member||Greg Lukach|
|Committee Member||Russ Bedford|
|Vice President||Sandy Grable|