RallyCross Minnesota | Easy to get involved, do you have a car?

Minnesota RallyCross | Get in the dirt, have some fun!

This is without a doubt the easiest way to get sideways, powerslide your way to grins and quick times on a budget. 

Rally racing on a budget, and do it locally with other enthusiasts just like you!  Sound like something that you might want to try, here you are.  SCCA rallycross enjoys the quality structure of a sound event with very low entry fees and safety requirements to ensure that you have fun, and not break the bank.

Events are held throughout the year, all you need to do is fill out the form on the right, and we will get back to you with our next event, some features & benefits to joining our select group and get ready to learn from the fast guys as well as school them on the talent you already have.

 

National Challenge Infomation:

The Central Division National Challenge event will be held July 11th and 12th at the Rice County Fairgrounds in Faribault Minnesota.  The National event will be scored based on the results of both days, while two regional events will be scored based on the results of each day.

2-day National Challenge event registration (July 11th-12th)

1-day Treading Thin Ice Regional registration (July 11th)

1-day Blazing Sun Regional registration (July 12th)

 

With this being a National Challenge event, there are a few different rules than our normal regional events

  1. All timed runs will be added up to get your overall time
  2. 2 driver cars will need to switch drivers every run so that every driver in the set will be on the same run number
  3. No passengers allowed during timed runs

RallyCross Schedule 2015

Treading Thin Ice: March 28th - Rice County Fairgrounds - Postponed to July 11th
Tax Brake: April 26th - Rice County Fairgrounds
Spring Fever: May 17th - Rice County Fairgrounds
June Bug: June 7th - Rice County Fairgrounds
Blazing Sun National Challenge: July 11th-12th - Rice County Fairgrounds
2015 Rallycross National Championship: August 7th-9th - Indianola, IA
Dog Daze: August 16th - Rice County Fairgrounds
Harvest Moon: September 13th - TBA
Oktoberfest: October 11th - TBA
Jack-O-Lantern: November 8th - TBA

 

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2015 RallyCross TYPICAL SCHEDULE:  Subject to change based on individual event

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m Registration is open

8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Tech is open

9:30 a.m. Drivers Meeting

10:00 a.m. Runs begin

~4:00 p.m. Wrap-up meeting and awards


REGISTRATION:
All competitors are urged to register and pre-pay no later than 7PM on the Friday leading to the event. There must be a minimum of 15 PAID registrants before the registration deadline or the event will be cancelled. Payment transactions will not take place until the event is confirmed on Friday.

FEES:
Online Entry Fee: $45.00
Day of Entry Fee: $55.00
Weekend SCCA Membership: $15.00
(The weekend membership can be used as a $15 discount on a full SCCA membership)

Driver must have either a full SCCA membership or buy a weekend SCCA membership to compete.

2015 RallyCross RULES:
All competitors and spectators must sign the official SCCA Waiver of Liability.
All minors present must have a minor waiver printed in color and filled out.
All competitors MUST work the course as a condition of event entry.
All competitors must have an FRS Radio, radios cannot be shared between competitors.
All competitors must have a Snell/M2000 or newer helmet. Loaner helmets are available but the quantity is limited.
Passengers will be allowed if waivered and wearing an approved helmet.
Passengers are not allowed to hold items during the run including cameras
See official rules here: http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/assets/2015 SCCA RallyCross Rules.pdf


Cars will be checked for the following items, please make sure your car passes all the listed items before the event.
·All loose items (including floor mats) removed from inside and outside the car (including the trunk and storage areas)
·Snap‐on hub caps and other detachable accessories (e.g. fender skirts, trim rings) removed
·Convertible, targa or t‐top vehicles must have their factory hard top panels securely in place
·Lug nuts tight, correctly installed, and none missing
·Tires in good condition and have adequate pressure (no cords or belts showing, no cracks, etc.)
·Seat belt(s) present and properly attached
·Positive throttle return
·No excessive leaks (engine running)
·No “spinner knobs”
·Brakes in proper working order
·Wheel bearings, steering and suspension in good working order
·Battery tightly secured, positive terminal insulated
·Helmet rated Snell SA2000/M2000 (or newer), BS 6658‐85 type AF/R or SFI 31.1
·Each Driver has a FRS Radio (we usually use channel 8-0) 

Classes are Stock, Prepared, and Modified and then each class is divided up into FWD, RWD, and AWD. See official rules for car classing.