Interested in getting started with participating in autocross or rallycross events? Looking for more information about what it is like? This page serves as the main place that we suggest people begin to learn what they need to have a fun, safe time out in their first event.
Autocross is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to compete in a car, navigating a course marked off with traffic cones at up to highway speeds. Whether you are looking to scratch a competitive itch or just want to get out there and see more of what your car can do, the basics of getting started with autocross are relatively simple. To the right underneath the "New to autocross?" block there are some key documents that can assist newcomers both in preparing for their first autocross event as well as a rundown of what an event tends to be like. The latter document is also available on-site as a tri-fold handout, but many people find it useful to read over in the days leading up to an event.
For rallycross, we're still working on similiar documentation. Once that is complete there will be a similiar block off to the right as well.
New to AutoCross?
Nebraska SCCA Novice Guide - Your First Event (Tri-fold)
[Note: The tri-fold handout is also available for free on-site!]