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Results for the November 3rd & 4th at the Santa Rosa Fairgrounds can be found here:
Results for November 11th at Prairie City can be found here:
Just getting started? Check out our RallyCross FAQ section!
March 10-11: Prairie City RallyCross (CRS & NCRX)
April 28-29: Santa Rosa RallyCross (CRS & NCRX)
May 26: Rally Trials at Prairie City
May 27: Prairie City RallyCross (CRS & NCRX)
September 15-16: Prairie City CANCELLED
November 3-4: RallyCross at Santa Rosa (CRS & NCRX)
November 10-11: Prairie City (CRS & NCRS)
Rallycross (or RallyX) is an easily accessible and affordable extreme sport held on an unpaved plot of land where a course is marked out with traffic cones. Cars run one at a time against the clock and have the opportunity to drift and powerslide through the dirt with very little risk of hitting anything tougher than a rubber cone.
All you need to compete is a regular car* and the entry fee. We have loaner helmets available and love to help new people get started. Just ask any questions you might have!
*Cars need to be hardtops. Cages are not required but you will occasionally see them in pictures because some competitors also use their cars for stage rally. Convertibles are required to compete with the factory hardtop.
NORCAL RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION:
For the NorCal RallyCross (NCRX) Championship, we will be following the most current California Rally Series (CRS) RallyCross Championship rules with the exception of car classification. Instead of following the CRS RallyCross Classes we will be using the most current SCCA defined Vehicle Classifications plus we will be running a new class called "Limited".
For CRS Championship Rules please see:
For vehicle classifications, please see Article 3 of the latest SCCA RallyCross Rules found here:
Limited: drivers may elect to enter into the limited class, in lieu of the SCCA classes, the only requirement is that the car has to be running on all season tires; 2-wheel drives (L2) will be separated from 4-wheel drives (L4).