NEWS

Results from out August 7th event are here.


Our next event will be September 11th, at Bisbee Douglas International Airport


Some pictures from our May 1st event taken by Anthony Stevens, thanks Anthony!


New Shop Rag from John Lawson, includes video!


Older write ups and results from the past

Announcements

You must be an SCCA member to run at our events. Weekend memberships are available if you don't plan to run often. See the News for more details.  MINORS (under 18) You need to have your parents show up at the event and sign a minor waiver in front of a club officer if you plan to go out on course as a driver or passenger. This is NOT OPTIONAL. Once you do it, you are good for the rest of the year. If you do not have a completed minor waiver, you cannot drive or ride along. Again, no exceptions will be made.


Who We Are:

The Sierra Sports Car Club has been holding SCCA sanctioned Solo autocross events for over 30 years. We typically hold an event on the first Sunday of every month except December, when we have the annual Christmas party. Check out the Events link for our calendar of events.


Solo autocross is a great way to test the limits of your car and hone your driving skills. No special equipment is needed, and loaner helmets are provided by the club if you don't have your own. Beginners are welcome. Our courses are typically laid out on airfields or parking lots, and send drivers on a timed course marked with pylons. Runs usually last between 40-60 seconds, and you get 4-5 attempts to make your best timed run. We have participants ranging from novices to national champions, coming from as far away as California and New Mexico.

Our events are run/work, so if you wish to run, you will have to report for your work assignment on the course when you are not running. Spectators are welcome and it's free to look and maybe even get a ride along, as long as you sign an insurance waiver.

Cars on the course usually run in second gear, occasionally reaching third in the straightaways, so you are never really driving above the state speed limits. The difference is, it's like driving 60 mph in a 25 mph zone! Safety is key at these events, and we have never had an injury or collision to date. All cars must pass a safety/tech inspection before going on course. If you would like to attend an event and have never autocrossed before, check out "Getting Started" to help you know what to expect and how to prepare for what could be a life changing experience. Did I mention that it can be addictive?

Next club meeting will be August 30th, 7pm at the Country House restaurant.


Moved to 7229 Land Grant Rd., Hereford, AZ 85615. (Corner of Land Grant and Hereford Rd.)

Proud sponsers of Sierra Sports Car Club, click to view

Fee Rates
SCCA and Sierra Sports Car Club members $25
SCCA members only $25
Weekend SCCA member $30
Timed runs, after scored runs, additional charge $10
Sierra Sports Car Club annual membership (single) $20
Sierra Sports Car Club Family membership (annually) $25

If you would like to help design a course layout, you may submit a layout plan to the club course designer. The chief of course may use part or elements of submitted course as required to fit safety and space constraints. Contact a club member for more information. See club Info page.


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