About Us

AUTOCROSS

Autocrossing is a low speed, precision driving event against the clock. Cars of all years, makes, models, and design complete against each other in various classes based on a variety of factors such as engine size, tire size, vehicle weight, and custom build and modifications.

Autocrosses take place on flat paved surfaces where drivers attempt to manuever their cars through a series of gates usually designated by small pylons. Each driver tries to complete the course as fast as possible but hitting a pylon results in a time penality and missing a gate all together is an off course run.

Autocrossing not only is a fun and very safe, low cost entry level motorsport event, it is also used in police and defensive driver training and car control clinics. Because the sport emphises driver skill and not speed, the average autocrosser has a better understanding of how cars perform and vehicle dynamics than an average road going driver.Anyone with a valid drivers license can participate in autocross events. Very fun and family oriented, many people will travel out of state and make a weekend at large autocross events. The autocross season usually runs from April through October rain or shine.

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Autocross

Road Rally

Road Rallys are a fun public road event consisting of 2 people per car. Any and all road legal car is allowed. Teams consist of a driver and a navigator. There are 2 main types of Rallys – Time Speed Distance (TSDs) or Question & Answer (Q&As).

TSDs are done with set speeds, times, and distances designed to get you from point A to point B and so on. Improper calulations can lead you off course and potentially lost costing you valuable time and points.

Q&As are done with simple instructions such as “Turn Left at the 3rd Stop Sign”. Between certain points you will have a series of questions who’s answers can be found along the way. Wrong answers result in a points penality.

Because rallys take place on public roads, any and all rules of the road must be obeyed. There is also a penality for arriving at the finish too soon – you where speeding. The drivers license is also sealed in a marked envelope. This is to make sure nobody is pulled over for woreckless driving and has to open it to show the officer.

Rally season usually starts in October and runs through March.

What to expect?
Rally’s are broken into 2 classes. Novice and Experts. Novice teams are people who have competed in 3 or less rallies. Everyone else is considered an Expert.

Stopwatches are need for TSD events and pencil, paper, flashlights (night rally) are needed for Q&A rallies.

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Road Rally

SPECIAL EVENTS and DRIVERS SCHOOLS

We host and produce a wide variety of driving events tailored to your needs. We can supply everything from driving instructors to full autocross equipment and track rental. Great for corporate team building, test and tunes, arrive and drives, small call club events or any other auto related show or driving events you may need.

We have worked with BMW, Hawk Brakes, BFGoodrich, Kumho, Lingenfelter, Hankook, Ford, Fox News, Nissan, First Energy, Summit Racing, Law Enforcement, Terry’s Tire Town, Lotus, Porsche, Mustang Clubs and many other manufactures and smaller car clubs.

We have also helped organize car shows and cruze ins for charities and have donated $10’s of thousands over the years to Childrens Hospitals, Law Enforcement, Food Banks and other organizations. We have worked with the Euclid Beach Boys over the years on various public events.

If you have the need for a driving event and want some assistance to make it happen, we can help. 

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If you are interested in coming to an event and would like some basic information on registration, classification, and what to bring, click below.

Special Events