Autocross is a timed motorsports event in which drivers navigate one at a time through a course (usually) laid out with traffic cones in an open space, like a parking lot, racetrack paddock, or an unused airport runway. As with other forms of motorsport, there are different competition classes defined based upon the year, type, and any modifications of the cars. Typically, events also include a “Fun” class for those coming out just to enjoy the experience. Every run is timed electronically, and a time penalty is added for each cone knocked over or displaced along the course. You can measure your progress throughout the day, and possibly earn bragging rights. We emphasize safety, fun and speed. This is probably the safest and least expensive way to drive your Porsche at the limit.
|2021 Autocross Results||All||By Class||By Pax|
|April 18 – Porsche (updated 6/12/21)||pdf
|April 18 – All (updated 6/12/21)|
|2020 Autocross Results||All||By Class||By Pax|
|October 11 – Porsche|
|October 11 – All|
|November 22 – Porsche|
|November 22 – All|
|Year-to-date Standings as of November 2020|
|2019 Autocross Results||All||By Class||By Pax|
|May 5 – Porsche|
|May 5 – All|
|September 15 – Porsche|
|Year-to-date standings as of September 2019|
Redwood Region currently follows Zone 7 rules for Autocross, including standards regarding safety, personal conduct, and car classification for events. Click on the button below to review these rules. Reach out to our Autocross Directors if you have any questions. Thanks.