2023 NCC Autocross Points Event #1Summit Point - Washington
About this event
ALL participants for NCC Autocross Events must be BMWCCA members. (effective Feb. 1, 2021)
Note that this event takes place on a Sunday, as opposed to our more common Saturday events.
- Morning OR Afternoon ONLY: $50
- Morning AND Afternoon: $75
Registration opens on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, and closes Wednesday, May 17, 2023, or when full. You MUST register online. Online registration is the only way to register for this event.
Effective March 30, 2023 and until further notice - Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles CANNOT participate in any motorsport activities at Summit Point Motorsports Park.
COVID-19 Precautions: The situation and best practices evolve. Therefore, we will be implementing restrictions based on the guidance and regulations in-place by National, State, and Local Governments at the time of the event. Anticipate requirements for social distancing, plan on providing your own mask for the event, and plan on bringing enough food and water to make it through the day. If possible, BRING YOUR OWN HELMET.
We offer free loaner helmets; however, they are in limited supply. If you have your own helmet, please bring it.
(revised January 8, 2023)
------If you are bringing your own helmet, all helmets must be Snell certified SA2015, SA 2020, M2015, or M2020.------
------SA 2010 and M2010 Helmets are NO LONGER ACCEPTED at our events.-------
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Summit Point Motorsports Park - Washington Circuit
201 Motorsports Park Circle
Summit Point, WV 25446
7:45 AM - Facility Opens to the Public
8:00 AM - Tech Inspection Opens
8:45 AM - Tech Inspection Closes/Course Opens for Walk
9:10 AM - Drivers Meeting (AM Session)
9:20 AM - Grid Cars (AM Session)
9:30 AM - First Car Off (AM Session)
11:45 AM - Tech Inspection Opens (PM Session)
12:00 PM - Course Cold (AM Session)
12:00 PM - Registration Opens for Walk-Up Registrations
12:15 PM - Course Opens for Walk
12:30 PM - Tech Inspection Closes
12:40 PM - Drivers Meeting (PM Session)
12:50 PM - Grid Cars (PM Session)
1:00 PM - First Car Off (PM Session)
4:00 PM - Course Cold (PM Session)
Please arrive no later than 8:00 AM to make sure that we keep to our schedule.
*As always, the event schedule is subject to change.
Autocross is a safe, low-speed motorsport where competitors drive against the clock to turn in the best times as they navigate a driving course defined by orange parking cones in a large, open lot. Our NCC Autocross Points events are a great way for new and experienced autocross participants to learn more about autocross and improve their driving performance. Come join us for a fun and educational day filled with safe but adrenaline raising motorsport.
Thank you for choosing to autocross with us!
BMWCCA requires that all NCC Autocross participants to be registered BMWCCA members. (effective Feb. 1, 2021)
BMWCCA membership is $58 which is a great deal. BMWCCA members enjoy a multitude of benefits such as discounts on hotel rates and towing services. Plus if you’re a BMW or MINI owner you get the extra benefit of dealer discounts at most MINI/BMW dealers and several local shops in the area.
BE AWARE: Your automobile insurance may not cover you during competition in an autocross event. If you wish to carry insurance for our events, Lockton Motorsports offers a Autocross Policy that covers you for 1 year (365 days) from the date of purchase. If you are interested in learning more about these policies or purchasing, see the following link: https://locktonmotorsports.com/product/off-track-insurance#autocross
The NCC Autocross program uses a BMW-centric customized classing structure which pits your BMW or MINI against similar performance models in 3 levels of trim: Showroom, Tuner, and Modified. There is also a simple classing structure for non-BMW competitors. You can check out the full details at www.nccautocross.com.
There are five non-BMW classes, X1, X2, X3, X4 and X5. Class X5 is reserved for all non-BMWs with R-Compound tires (defined as having a treadwear rating less than 200). The remaining classes are based on vehicle displacement and modified according to the rules below.
X1 = 5.0 Liters and up and all electric vehicles (Non-BMW 1)
X2 = 3.7 - 4.9 Liters (Non-BMW 2)
X3 = 2.6 - 3.6 Liters (Non-BMW 3)
X4 = 2.5 Liters or less (Non-BMW 4)
X5 = R-Compound Tire Cars Only (no matter engine size) (Non-BMW 5)
After the base group is determined from the above table, move up one group as follows:
- Increase one group if engine uses forced induction (either factory or aftermarket).
- Increase one group if engine is rotary.
X5 is specifically reserved for cars with competition tires no matter what engine the car is equipped with.
- A 2018 Mazda Miata (2.0) would be in X4. However, a 2018 Fiat 124 Spyder (1.4) which is essentially the same car would be in X3 due to the turbocharger.
- A 2010 Subaru WRX STI (2.5L) moves up from X4 to X3 because it has forced induction. Even factory forced induction, such as in this case, causes a car to move up 1 Group.
- A 2010 Chevy Camaro V6 (3.6) would be in X3. A V8 (6.2) would be in X1 no matter the trim (LT, LS, SS, ZL1, etc.). The same car with R-Compound tires would complete in X5 no matter the engine size.
- A 2008 Mazda RX-8 (1.3L) would be in X4, but is an X3 car because of its rotary engine. If the same RX-8 competes with R-Compound tires, it is in X5.