About this event
January 15, 2022 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim
2000 E. Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, CA 92806
PCA Los Angeles invites you to come out and join us for the inaugural event in our monthly autocross series. Our series has been organized by volunteers with a long history of running POC and PCA sanctioned autocross events. Autocross is a fun way to learn the basic handling dynamics of your car in a controlled environment.
Instructors will be available — no previous autocross experience required. See details below.
$125 Early Bird Registration (through January 1st)
$135 Regular Registration (after January 1st)
$10 Non-Member Fee (participants who are not PCA members)
- Early Bird Pricing Offer ($10 discount) for this event expires on Saturday, January 1, 2022 at midnight.
- $10 non-member fee for participants who are not PCA members.
- Registration may be canceled with no penalty through January 9, 2022. After January 9th there is a $50 cancellation fee.
- Cards will be charged immediately upon registration. If the event is full then you can choose to be waitlisted and your card will not be charged until your registration is confirmed.
- Refunds for approved cancellations will be processed within five working days.
- Each participant must have their own individual MotorsportReg account and register individually.
This is a rain or shine event.
Gates Open. Tech Inspection Opens.
- ALL vehicles must go through the Tech Inspection Line.
- All drivers should park and unload their car before proceeding to the Tech line with your Tech Inspection Form, download it here.
- Your helmet will also be inspected at Tech and must be Snell rated M or SA 2015 or 2020
- After Tech Inspection please park your car and bring your completed and signed Tech Form to the Registration Desk.
- You will need to show your valid Driver's License at the Registration Desk
Tech Inspection closes.
MANDATORY DRIVER'S MEETING
First car out
If you have questions regarding this event, contact Michael Oest firstname.lastname@example.org
Event will be conducted according to the Autocross rules and regulations of the Porsche Club of America. Details here PCA Autocross Minimum Standards.
HELMETS: Required and must be Snell certified SA or M 2015 or 2020. We have a few loaner helmets available.
CAR NUMBERS: Car numbers are automatically assigned when you register, it may take a few seconds for the drop-down list to populate. This number will be your driver/car number for use at all PCALA Autocross events. To download printable numbers, click here. Numbers shall be at least 6" high in a color that contrasts with the car. Number needs to be placed on both the driver door and the passenger door. Driver numbers 1-99 are reserved for veteran autocrossers, please add your requested number in the "Notes to Registrar" or email Karen Guthorn to request yours, email link here.
TECH INSPECTION: All entrants must bring a Tech Inspection form to the event and have it with them when they go through the Tech Line. Upon arrival, park your car, remove your floor mats and other loose items and be sure you have your car numbers on both doors as stated above. Drive your car to the Tech Line where the Tech Team will check your helmet, your car, and sign off on your form. Please park your car and bring your completed Tech form and driver's license to the Registration table. The Tech form can be downloaded here.
Registration Table: Bring your completed Tech form and Driver's License to the Registration table where you will be given your Run Group sticker and wristband. Place your Run Group sticker on the top left corner of your windshield. Put your wristband on your left wrist for the Starter to easily see.
NEW CLASSING GUIDE for Porsches and Non-Porsches
as of January 9, 2022
Car Classing for Porsches: To compete for points in your appropriate car class then it is mandatory that you and your Porsche be registered on the Zone 8 Car Classification Website. Please note that tires with a treadwear rating of 200 or less are not allowed in the Stock (SS) class and must register in Points Class (CC). Here are some helpful instructions for navigating the Zone 8 Car classification website.
NEW definition of X Class for Porsches and Non-Porsches: If you only want to drive and you don’t want to compete against other cars with similar performance points then you can register in X Class. If you choose to drive your Porsche in X Class then you do not need to register on the Zone 8 Car Classification Website. No awards are given in X Class and you will not earn any points.
NEW Car Classing for Non-Porsches: Cars other than Porsches can now compete in the Points Class (CC Class) which was previously only for Porsches. You must register on the PCALA Autocross Website for Non-Porsche classing which will assign you the appropriate class. Please note this classifier is ONLY for Non-Porsches. As stated above, if you only want to drive and you don’t want to compete against other cars with similar performance points then you can register in X Class and you do not need to register on the PCALA Autocross Website for Non-Porsche classing. Here are some helpful instructions for navigating the PCALA Autocross Website for Non-Porsche classing.
NOVICE Class: This class is only for Porsche drivers that are new to Autocross. Drivers are only eligible to drive in this class for their first 6 events within one calendar year, after which they are required to move to the correct class for their car. You may choose to leave this class before 6 events but then you cannot return to it. Cars do not need to be classed to run in Novice. Points are earned in Novice.
PCA Membership and Test Drive Membership
PCA Autocross Minimum Standards.
PCA Safety Checklist
Tech Inspection form
Zone 8 Qualified Pre-Event Inspection Stations
Zone 8 Car Classification Website
PCALA Autocross Website for Non-Porsche classing
Helpful information for classing your car