About this event
Come joing the Cumberland Motor Club at Brunswick Executive Aiport (BEX)!
This location is also known by the historical name: Brunswick Naval Air Station (BNAS)
Autocross Event Schedule:
7:00 Registration Opens: All drivers must check in for work assignment and payment.
8:00 Registration Closes: Please head to Drivers' Meeting.
8:05 Drivers Meeting: MANDATORY FOR ALL DRIVERS. If you miss the drivers meeting you do not drive.
8:20 Walk & mark course. A veteran instructor will lead a guided course walk.
8:45 First run group to grid. Second run group to work stations. Please be prompt so the event can get off to a smooth start.
All drivers are expected to support the event in some capacity during their group's work period. Autocross is a very inexpensive form of motorsports and depends on drivers pitching in to remain so. If you are unable to perform your work duties for the full event notify a club official.
As this venue is large, non-motorized transit (bicycles, scooters, skateboards, etc.) may be used to aid the course walk. Individuals requiring walking aids may use devices such as powered mobility scooters (or equivalent) as needed.
See the Cumberland Motor Club website and Facebook page for more event and club information:
New to autocross? The CMC and SCCA webpages have some good introductory information:
Additional questions? Need help identifying car class? Use the Contact link below, or visit the CMC Facebook page.
Driving is open to all club members. Karts will be allowed. Annual and weekend memberships are available for purchase.
All drivers, passengers, and spectators must sign the club liability waiver on-site. Insurance regulations require all drivers and passengers to be licensed drivers (certain exceptions exist for junior karts).
A Snell rated (or equivalent) helmet is required for all drivers and passengers. A limited number of club loaner helmets are available for use. The current list of valid helmet certifications is maintained by the SCCA: Helmet Certifications
All cars need to pass technical inspection
CMC uses SCCA solo rules for car classes. If you are unsure on where to class your car, start with this Autocross Classification Tool. If you still have questions please inquire with the club officers. The CMC Facebook page is a good resource for discussing car class questions, or use the Contact link below.