Autocrossing is a timed event on a closed course where balance and car control play important roles in successfully navigating the course. Laid out in a large open space, the course is designated by orange cones and includes a variety of low and higher speed turns. Some autocross or car control experience is helpful before attending a High Performance Driving School.
This is a great venue for learning and applying car control skills.
You are invited to join the Central Calif. Chapter BMWCCA for it’s Spring autocross. Test your driving skills on a
challenging course. This is open to any licensed driver. No club affiliation or even a BMW needed.
Registration 8:00 AM – Day of event (Cash or Check)
Practice runs 9:00 AM
Timed runs After Lunch
$30 for BMW CCA Members
$40 for non-BMW CCA Members
$50 to Autocross and join BMW CCA (1 year membership)
- Previous Events Results
- Click here for results from our November 9 2014 Autocross! Congrats goes to Frank Vasquez (again) for the best time of the day in his well-prepared E36 M3, followed very closely by Jim Clenney in his tricked-out E46 M3, and Ric Quinonez in his (stock, I think) Scion FRS! Various Awards: “Most Entertaining” goes to Demo Samuth in his sideways E90 M3; “Mr. Consistency” goes to Greg Belemjian in his sweet Boxter S with his last three runs all within 3 tenths of each other; and Bruce Cambern gets both “Most Cones Consumed” (lost count at 10) and “Best Sounding” with his beautiful 1966 AC Cobra 427. Yes, those of you that missed this event missed a lot! See you next time!
- Click here for results from our April 14, 2014 Autocross! Congrats to Frank Vasquez with the best time of the day, with a blistering 65.19 seconds, in a sweet E36 M3! But, oh my…Grinil Khanna was close behind in a much-sweetened BMW 325is, with a 65.74.
- Click here for results from our October 27, 2013 Autocross! Congrats to Jim Clenney for fastest time of the day in a beautifully set-up E46 M3, at 52.92 seconds!
- Click here for results from our May 19, 2013 Autocross! Congrats to Craig Peyton for fastest time of the day in a time-attack prepped Suburu STI, at 69.09 seconds, and to Ken Vaughn for fastest time of the day in a non-race car (70.43 seconds in another WRX STI – he was 0.16 seconds faster than yours truly – grrr).