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2018 PCA NER Autocross Season Registration

PCA - Northeast Region

Saturday, Jul 7 — Sunday, Nov 4, 2018
Devens Airfield, Ayer, MA

Registration closed July 4, 2018 11:59 PM on July 4, 2018 11:59 PM EDT Registration ends July 4, 2018 11:59 PM on July 4, 2018 11:59 PM EDT Registration opens April 1, 2018 12:00 AM on April 1, 2018 12:00 AM EDT Registration runs from April 1, 2018 12:00 AM to July 4, 2018 11:59 PM

2018 PCA NER Autocross Season Registration (5 events) - School & Zone 1 not included

Moore Airfield, Fort Devens, Ayer, MA


NER Autocross #1- Saturday, July 7,2018

NER Autocross #2- Saturday July 28, 2018

NER Autocross #3- Saturday September 1, 2018

NER Autocross #4- Saturday October 13, 2018

NER Autocross #5- Saturday November 4, 2018

Season Registration Closes Wednesday July 4, 2018 at Midnight

**By signing up for the season, you are NOT REQUIRED to attend every event.  You must still sign in at event registration.  If you choose not to attend any specific event, please notify the registrar by Wednesday midnight before that event so we may revise work assignments.

What is Autocross?

Autocross is a sport of trying to navigate your car through a defined course of pylons faster than your competition.  Events are run at speeds usually between 40-65 MPH, usually in second gear. Unlike some other venues, we are extremely fortunate to have access to one of the premier autocross venues in the Northeast. Where many clubs are consigned to parking lots, we are privileged to be able to design courses that regularly exceed 1.25 miles in length with runs lasting well over a minute.  You'd be amazed at how much excitement can be packed into 60 seconds.   

Autocross is not only a "performance driving event", but a safe way to learn how to drive your car at its limit. You not only learn how to handle your car at speeds that you drive daily, but you also:

  • Gain confidence in your driving ability
  • Learn the limits of your car's tire adhesion
  • Learn the limits of your car's brakes
  • Learn correct seating, hand, and feet positions

Autocross is a great way to exercise your driving skills in a safe environment. For anyone that would like assistance, there will be instructors available to work with you. Each autocross has a different and unique course design and will undoubtedly provide you with a fun driving experience. Autocross courses are set up using soft orange traffic pylons which will not damage your car.  Finally, Autocross is a social gathering of new and old friends and LOTS OF FUN!!!  

Who is eligible?

PCA Members:  All current PCA members are eligible to attend our autocrosses driving any make of car (open top cars must have roll protection - see exceptions).

Non-PCA members are not eligible for season registration.

Price List:

PCA Member (any car make) - $200 for 5 events. Save $50 over paying for each event online!


Season Championship:

Anyone who participates in 4 of the 5 events will be eligible for the season championship.  See the NER website for full championship and points details.  A Special Season Championship trophy will be awarded at the NER PCA Annual Dinner in January (attendance is encouraged but not required).


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