About this event
Do you have what it takes to let loose and get dirty?
RallyCross takes your driving experience to the next level. While on the course, you will traverse multiple types of surfaces that will test and hone your ability to respond quickly to traction variables and constantly changing track conditions. RallyCross tests the vehicle's agility and handling, rather than its speed or power.
Please pre-register for RallyCross events. (Payment can be made the day of the race.)
PLEASE make sure you get fuel for your vehicle before you come out to this event.
Experience Required: None, but you must have a valid driver's license or permit.
Location - Saturday - Day 1: The Saturday event will be held south of Cascade (Cascade is approx 25 miles south of Great Falls, off I-15) on the property of the Bull Run Guest Ranch / Willo Ranch. Take Exit 256 off of I15 at Cascade. Turn to the east (leading into Cascade). Road becomes 1st Street. Turn left (east) onto Central Avenue. Proceed on Central Avenue as it crosses the river & becomes Hound Creek Road. In approximately 1.8 miles, turn right (south) onto Sheep Creek Road. The approximate distance from the interstate exit is 9.5 miles. The ranch will be on the left. Additional travel to be made to get to the track. It will be marked. You can also put in the name Bull Run Guest Ranch into Google Maps. 719 Sheep Creek Road.
Location - Sunday - Day 2: The Sunday event will be held southwest of the KOA campground in Great Falls. From 10th Avenue South, turn south on 51st Street. (Do not enter the KOA campground.) Before the entrance to the KOA, follow the road as it turns to the right (west). Cones will be laid out to guide you to the staging area.
Set-up and Check-in: Meet at the trailer at 9 a.m. Check-in and Tech will take place there.
$30.00 Per Driver/Day. New Drivers $25 the first day of driving. SCCA Members get a $10 discount if they participate both days.
Competition Vehicles: Eligibility can be viewed here. Please read the rules before registering. From there, you should be able to determine your class. Vehicles cannot be over 90% height-to-width ratio (For example, if your car is 100 inches wide, it can only be 90 inches tall.)
-Make sure you have a solid battery strap. No bungees!
-Your exact class is not needed, but please be as close as possible. Your class will be determined after Tech Inspection.
-DOT-approved studded tires are not allowed at this time, on this track.
Windshields may have cracks in the outer lamination only, and must not obstruct the driver's view.
Helmets: Snell 2010, M2010 or SA2010 helmets or newer. (A limited number of loaner helmets will be available on-site.) Here is a link to the .pdf of approved helmet stickers: Helmet Rules A limited number of helmets are available to borrow for the event, but cannot be shared unless they are in the same household.
Passengers: Allowed, 1 per car, ONLY if there are spare helmets. Both passengers must wear masks if they do not live in the same household.
Minors: Drivers must have a signed release from parents on file. Passengers, 12-18 must have a signed release form by parents on file. Minor waivers are good for 1 year from the date it was signed.
Spectators: Allowed, must sign the waiver.
Lunch: We are planning on taking a break for lunch. Please bring your own lunch as the closest restaurants will take too long to travel to and from.
Please check the SCCA RallyCross rules for qualifying vehicles, classes, and technical specifications.
Cars will be inspected for safety before the race. Please review sections 2 and 3 in the rules for more information.
Please remove any loose, unnecessary, and miscellaneous items from your vehicle prior to arriving. Anything remaining in the car must be bolted or strapped down securely. Loose items are a hazard and you will be asked to remove them. Depending on weather conditions, there is no space to hold items inside the trailer so they will be exposed to the elements.
*You are required to attend the driver's meeting. We will be holding the driver's meeting at one point AFTER 9:00 a.m.
Working and Assignments
All competitors are required to perform work assignments when they're not running or they need to find someone to work on their behalf. Replacement workers must attend the driver's meeting. Failure to work your work duty during the race could result in disqualification. If you have a special circumstance, such as a disability, please make the event staff aware at registration check-in. This track is on pasture. There is uneven ground! Please be aware of your surroundings while working near the track. Even though set-up and tear-down are not assigned duties, everyone's help is appreciated.
Please make sure the registration information is up-to-date and that it includes an emergency contact name and number, current mailing address, current email address, and phone information! If not, please go update your profile.