Rallycross

Nebraska Region is home to the first ever RallyCross National Challenge (2005), and was host to the 2007 RallyCross National Championship 

RallyCross is the most widespread and readily accessible form of Sports Car Club of America extreme dirt motorsport. A combination of performance stage rally and autocross, it takes place on an unpaved open lot where, like Solo, the course is delinieated by cones. No convertibles/soft-top vehicles are allowed to participate in RallyCross, and unlike performance stage rally, roll-cages are not required. 

Classes are organized by drivetrain and modifications. And unlike Autocross, where an entrant's ranking is based on the single fastest run, RallyCross competitions are judged on the total of multiple runs. 


Minors (anyone age 18 and under)

You must have a waiver in order to participate in Solo, Rallycross and Race Events. This waiver must be printed in color, and must be either notorized or signed in the presence of an SCCA Member. 

 Forms can be found on the SCCA website.


 

Sorry these are late. Here are the results from the September 15 RallyCross #6.

Sorry these are late. Here's the results for the July 14 RallyCross #5.

Results for the RallyCross #3 Superweekend have been posted. 

RallyCross Results

What the heck is that Solo Weenie doing posting in the Rally section? Probably best not to ask questions you don't want to hear the answer to. :-)

Reguardless of the qualifications of the author, they have the ability to post the results so here they are:

Results

solo info

AutoCross/Solo

Solo (Autocross) events emphasize a driver's ability and their car's handling characteristics. Speeds are no greater than those encountered on legal highways and city-streets. The combination of competition, concentration, and car feedback creates an adrenaline rushing experience. The fasted single-run time wins! Do you think your skills are top-notch, or do you want to polish your driving technique? If so, Solo is for you.

rally info

RallyCross

RallyCross is the most widespread and readily accessible form of Sports Car Club of America extreme dirt motorsport. A combination of performance stage rally and autocross, it takes place on an unpaved open lot where, like Solo, the course is delinieated by cones. No convertibles/soft-top vehicles are allowed to participate in RallyCross, and unlike performance stage rally, roll-cages are not required. 

club info

Club Racing & Time Trials

Club Racing is the backbone of the SCCA with a program for almost everyone. Club Racing offers the opportunity to experience the excitement by climbing into a race car and competing against other amateur drivers or working on a corner within inches of all the action.

youth info

Junior Driver Program

The Junior Driver Program was started with the philosophy that having children compete at Solo® events would allow families to participate in and enjoy the Solo® experience together.