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October Autox & Practice—Stop Cancer Challenge

October Autox & Practice—Stop Cancer Challenge

SCCA - Cal Club Autocross

Saturday, Oct 20 — Sunday, Oct 21, 2018
Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, CA

Registration closed October 21, 2018 11:59 PM on October 21, 2018 11:59 PM PDT Registration ends October 21, 2018 11:59 PM on October 21, 2018 11:59 PM PDT Registration opens September 24, 2018 12:00 AM on September 24, 2018 12:00 AM PDT Registration runs from September 24, 2018 12:00 AM to October 21, 2018 11:59 PM


We return to Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA for the tenth event of the 2018 season.

We will have a Practice on Saturday followed by a Championship event on Sunday. The Sunday event will also be the inaugural Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge in conjunction with the Manhattan Beach-based Cancer Journeys Foundation (details below).

Solo, or autocross, is a low speed, timed, car handling event set up as a small road course lined with orange traffic cones on a large parking lot or aircraft runway. The emphasis is on handling and car control and courses are laid out so that the top speed is limited to what would typically be encountered during normal highway driving. Learn more about us at solo2.com.

The Saturday Practice and Sunday Championship events are open to all SCCA members. If you’re not an SCCA member, do not worry. During the online registration process, you can buy a weekend membership. 

Saturday Practice—October 20

Please note that Saturday is capacity-controlled to ensure people get a lot of runs, and registering for the event DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOUR ENTRY. However, once you are on the confirmed entry list, your entry is then guaranteed. Be sure to register early for your best chance at acceptance. 

To avoid confusion once the practice sells out, we have added a new 'Waitlist Saturday' registration option. If the practice is sold out by the time you register, the only registration open will be for the waitlist. 

The Details 

  • People usually get 12 runs
  • Required work assignment
  • Bring water and snacks
  • No overnight camping allowed (you may leave your car and gear on site, however)
  • If you bring an EZ-up, you must have 50 pounds of ballast at each corner

Schedule (subject to change)

  • 7:00 am—Tech/registration opens; course opens for walking
  • 8:00 am—Course closes for walking
  • 8:10 am—Mandatory driver's/safety meeting
  • 8:20 am—First group workers check-in; tech/registration closes
  • 8:30 am—Run groups begin


  • Single entry—$80
  • Split Entry—$95 (two drivers sharing the same car, one set of runs, and one normal work assignment)
  • Junior Kart single entry—$15
  • An SCCA membership is required
    • If you're not an SCCA member, you will need to purchase a weekend membership for $15 during the checkout process
    • This membership is good for the entire weekend should you elect to compete on Sunday

Note: Once on the entry list, your credit card will be charged unless your cancellation is received by Wednesday midnight, prior to the event. There will be no refunds or credits after this time.

Sunday Championship—October 21

Sunday Event Details 

  • 4 timed runs are included with your registration
  • You may purchase an additional 4 runs (called X-runs) onsite; subject to availability
  • Opportunity for free fun runs following competition
  • Work assignment is required
  • Free expert instruction is available for novices or those looking for some extra help 
  • Bring water and snacks
  • No overnight camping allowed (you may leave your car and gear on site, however)
  • If you bring an EZ-up, you must have 50 pounds of ballast at each corner

Schedule (subject to change) 

We will have two grids, A and B, and will be swapping workers while the course is hot. Our goal is to run everyone in the morning and have time left over for those who want to do fun runs. Fun runs will be split up into two groups and will work/run. Fun runs will be free, but require help packing up the cones in the motor home (fun runs are contingent upon a minimum of 20 people participating). 

  • 7:00 am—Registration/tech open, course open for walking 
  • 8:00 am—Novice course walk with Leonard Cachola
  • 8:20 am—Course closes for walking
  • 8:30 am—Mandatory driver's/safety meeting
  • 8:30 am—Junior Karts run
  • 8:45 am—First group workers check in/cars to grid
  • 9:00 am—Registration/tech close; run groups begin
  • 2:00 p.m. (approximately)—Stop Cancer Challenge trophy presentation

Run Order (posted the week of the event)


  • Online Pre-Registration (fees are fully refundable should you not attend the event)
    • Adult—$35
    • Student—$25
    • Junior Karts—$15
  • Walk-up Registration
    • Adult—$45
    • Student—$35
    • Junior Kart—$25
    • X-Runs—$25 
  • An SCCA membership is required
    • If you're not an SCCA member, you will be required to purchase a weekend membership for $15 during the checkout process
    • This membership is good for the entire weekend should you elect to compete on Saturday

If you pre-register for the Sunday event only and do not attend, your credit card will not be charged. If you are registered for both Saturday and Sunday and do not attend Sunday, please email our treasurer at treasurer@solo2.com for a Sunday refund.  

How and What to Register For

You may register online for a discounted fee, or you may register on-site at the event for a higher fee. You can register in a class based upon your car and modifications, or you can register to run Time Only (if you register TO, you will not be able to choose when you run/work). A work assignment is required. 

An additional set of runs (called X-runs) are available for purchase on-site for $25 (no additional work is required when you purchase X-runs). Your normal runs (in class or Time Only) must be purchased and completed prior to taking X-runs. X-Runs will be taken in the same group as your normal runs. Free fun runs will be available following class competition (provided we have a minimum number of participants).

Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge—October 21

Stop Cancer Challenge Details

The goal of the Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge is to raise awareness of cancer prevention and detection. During your regular registration for Cal Club Autocross's Sunday Championship, you can elect to have your runs also count towards the Stop Cancer Challenge. This unique competition features a team of one female and male driver—spouses, couples, siblings, parent/child, or friends/family. Each team member will drive an autocross course four times, with their team score being the combined total of the fastest run by each team member. Participant cars will be indexed so that teams will compete on an even basis regardless of the type of their car. Trophies will be awarded in four categories. The Stop Cancer Challenge will be run throughout the day during the normal Sunday event (details on the event are listed above). 

The team categories are as follows:

  • Category 1: Combined age unlimited
  • Category 2: One driver under 21
  • Category 3: Both drivers under 21
  • Category 4: Combined age of 130 or more

For Cal Club Autocross members who elect to participate in the Stop Cancer Challenge, the four competition runs still count towards year-end points and trophies.

Weekend Details

When you arrive

  • Sign the event waiver at our entrance gate
  • Register
  • Tech your car 
  • Walk course (there will be no parade laps, this is your only chance to see the course before you run) 

Driving Directions

Exit 210 or 10 freeways at Cherry, then head South (from the 210) or North (from the 10). You will see the large entryway gate. Tell the guard you are with the SCCA, they will tell you which lot we are in (usually we're in Lot 6). Please note that on October 21, Auto Club Speedway will be having their annual Cardenas festival in the fanzone. They have asked us to enter gate 7 that day, as they will close gate 1 until about 9 am.

Event Chiefs

Event Master - Brian Howlett
Registration - Kathy Strovers
Timing and Scoring - Rick Brown
Course Designer - Doug Teulie
Workers - David Barish
Tech - Ted Robinson
Gate - Kathy Teulie
Novice Coordinator - Leonard Cachola
Safety Steward - Mike Nakata
Youth Steward - Steve Ekstrand

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