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October 14-15 RallyCross Weekend in Santa Rosa:
Due to the damage caused by the wildfires and the use of the Fairgrounds by emergency responders and evacuees, both the Saturday Oct 14th Practice Session and the Sunday Oct 15th RallyCross in Santa Rosa are cancelled. Please ignore any automatically generated event reminders you may have received from myautoevents.com.
October 28th Mendocino Rally:
Cancelled due to wildfires.
November 11-12: Prairie City 2 Day RallyCross with night runs:
The 6th annual "Who turned out the Lights" RallyCross!
Essentially 3 events in one and a great way to finish the year! There will be daytime runs on Saturday, evening runs on Saturday as soon as it gets dark and daytime runs on Sunday!
There will be glowsticks attached to the cones for the evening runs and free camping available on Saturday night for those who want it. You don't want to miss this one!
If you are new, don't be intimidated by the night runs. This is also a very beginner friendly event just like all our rallycrosses. Just slow down if you can't see well!
Link for more details and to pre-register:
- April 28-30: Santa Rosa Primitive Rally School and RallyCross
- May 27-28: Prairie City 3rd Annual SCCA RallyTrials and RallyCross
- September 16-17: Santa Rosa RallyCross and Practice Day
- October 14-15: (Cancelled) Santa Rosa RallyCross and Practice
- October 28: (Cancelled) Mendocino Stage Rally
- November 11-12: Prairie City 2 Day RallyCross with night runs
Rallycross (or RallyX) is an easily accessible and affordable extreme sport held on an unpaved plot of land where a race 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 can compete with the factory hardtop.