About this event
AUTOCROSS EVENT PRICING:
|Pre-registered SCCA member:||$55|
If you need to cancel for any reason, certainly to include COVID-19 symptoms, cancellations made via MSR will receive a full refund.
The schedule is compressed in order to minimize down time and maximize drive time. It requires every participant to focus on:
- Getting to the site EARLY
- Checking In IMMEDIATELY - REGISTRATION (check in) CLOSES PROMPTLY AT 830AM
- Getting Tech Inspection performed
- Walking the Course
|Tech Inspection:||7:45-9:00am (roaming tech, ALL SCCA regional annual tech accepted)|
|Course open to walk:||8:30-9:00am|
|All drivers meeting:||9:00am|
|Event complete:||*normally* between 3:00 - 4:00pm|
E9 course map: to be posted later!
Rancho Luna food truck will be onsite.
Event 9's charity is Camp Amigo, Children’s Burn Camp of North Florida (https://www.campamigo.com/). The club will be proudly donating a portion of proceeds to the Camp and additional donations will be collected on site.
Not sure what class you're in? Check out the SCCA Solo Rules :
- Determine your modification class (most cars are in Street, Street Touring, Street Prepared, or Street Modified, etc)
- Find you car make and model in Appendix A of the SCCA Solo Rules.
- Dont be overwhelmed by the Rulebook! Drop the Event Organizer a message or join our Facebook group "SCCA Jax Solo" to introduce yourself and get any questions answered quick!
Autocross is drive + work sport. All drivers will be required to work a heat and drive a heat, you must be present for both heats.
Special for Event 9 will be the Grassroots Motorsports (GRM) $2000 Challenge Class, "G". This class is being offered to drivers ALREADY registered for the GRM $2000 Challenge the following weekend. This special offering will afford drivers and teams some extra prep, testing, tuning or practice! Drivers registered in the "G" class will be required to work (or have an eligible surrogate) the mid heat (heat 2 if there are 3 heats, heat 2 or 3 if there are 4 heats). "G" class entries will be allowed to make runs in the 1st heat of the day and the last heat of the day. Thereby, doubling the potential quantity of runs and allowing for time to make adjustments..... or repairs..... This class will not use the SCCA class indexes and cars in "G" cannot gain seasons points in other classes, nor be competitive on the overall PAX results as the preset PAX index for the class will be 1.0.
Jax Solo offers a few car classes that are unique and not defined in the SCCA Solo Rulebook:
PRO "P": offered for drivers who will complete throughout the season in multiple classes or those who have routinely won a particular class. This class will use a 'modifer' based on the cars actual class index/pax.
(STREET) TIRE "T": offered for cars who class, per the SCCA Solo Rulebook, may run R-comp (treadwear rating <200) tires but instead are running street tires (treadwear rating >=200). This class will use a 'modifier' based on the cars actual class index/pax.
NOVICE "N": this class is intended for drivers participating in one of their first 3 autocross events. Running this class will ensure that a novice gets the attention and assistance from more experienced participants. Furthermore, the class will run in the second heat after working the first heat so that the novice has seen the action before they drive the course for the first time. This class will NOT use a 'modifier' based on the cars actual class index/pax. A novice discussion will be held prior to the drivers meeting to go over the basics. Additionally, a novice course walk will be guided by a (typically) nationally competitive driver who will explain the course elements. The Novice discussion and course walk are open to any participant, not just those registered in the novice class!
DRIVERS WITH PHYSICAL IMPARMENTS:
To keep autocross affordable and available each driver has to contribute to the event by performing a work assignment. A vast majority of the work assignments are course working - standing outside the driving line and watching for cones to be displaced and replacing them. Each heat is typically 1 to 1.5 hours in duration. If you are unable to stand for atleast an hour or unable run or quickly walk short distances PLEASE MESSAGE THE ORGANIZER to request an alternate assignment. Please understand that there is a limited number of work assignments that do not require standing or being able to move quickly. Therefore, please do not request an alternate assignment unless you truly require one.