Autocross - April - CANCELED

Autocross - April - CANCELED

Low Speed Double Autocross

We are very sorry to announce the last minute cancellation of the April 14th autocross event. Everything was on track to be finalized before the first event of the season, but due to circumstances largely out of our control we were unable to obtain a formal contract for use of the lot in that time frame. We are hopeful we will have everything in order by our second scheduled autocross event on May 19th. We will send out an e-mail as soon as possible indicating whether we will continue to host autocross events and if there are any date changes. We hope you understand and we offer our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience.
For those of you who have already pre-registered, we will give you the option of obtaining a full refund or applying your registration fee to a later autocross date. Send an e-mail to indicating your decision. Of course, if we are unable to finalize a contract for the remainder of the autocross season, we will gladly issue a full refund to everyone.

General Information

Open to Corvette and non-Corvette participants of all experience levels and ages 18 and over. Only cars are allowed; no trucks, SUVs, karts, motorcycles, etc. Spectators are welcome, but must remain off the course at all times and in the designated spectator area. No one under the age of 18 is allowed on the course at any time. Anyone wanting to ride along must be 18 or older, have a valid driver's license of their own, and must sign a liability waiver.

There will be a porta-potty on site as well as a trash can. There will be no electricity available for use by participants or spectators. There is a morning session of two heats with 4 runs each and an afternoon session of two heats with 4 runs each. We break for lunch and give you ample time to eat lunch and return for the afternoon session. There are fewer options nearby for lunch so you may want to bring a bag lunch.

See the Autocross Primer for more information about autocross and how to prepare.

Drivers & Tech Inspection: All drivers must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license. All drivers and passengers will be required to sign a waiver and receive an event wristband at registration/check-in. Drivers will be responsible for their car to be technically ready and will have to work the heat opposite any heat they drive in. A technical inspection form must be completed and signed by all pre-registered participants prior to registration/check-in at the event. If you forget your tech sheet or register the day of the event, you will have to tech your car and complete a tech form prior to going through tech inspection. More Info & Tech Form

Helmets: All drivers must wear an approved helmet. The helmet must be at least DOT, however SA2010 or newer is preferred. If you do not have a helmet, you can borrow one the day of the event. CCA members can borrow helmets for free and non-members can add all-day helmet rental for $5 when pre-registering online (make sure you enter a quantity and both the checkbox and radial button are selected when you add the helmet addon) or rent one onsite for $5 cash.

Worker Assignments: All drivers will be required to work the event. You will be required to work the heat(s) opposite the heat(s) you are running. The day of the event, the Worker Chief will assign you to a course location for the heat you are working. Worker Assignments

Questions: E-mail

Pricing & Registration Updated for 2019

Online pre-registration pricing ends at 6:00 PM the day before the event. After 6:00 PM, prices switch to on-site pricing, but you can still register online.

  Pre-Register & Pre-Pay Online Register or Pay On-Site
CCA MembersNon-Members CCA MembersNon-Members
Morning Session Only $30$30 $35$35
Afternoon Session Only $30$30 $35$35
Morning & Afternoon Sessions $45$50 $55$60
Helmet Rental Free$5 Free$5

To use the discounted price of $45 for current CCA members and their guests, you must sign into your account first or enter the same e-mail address associated with your account in the registration form in order to register drivers for this event. If you forgot your username or password, enter your e-mail address here and you will be sent an e-mail with your username and a link to reset your password. Problems registering? E-mail

If you will be sharing a car with another driver, you must register and pay for each driver and you will have to enter different car numbers in the registration forms. If you wish to drive in the same session(s), you will drive (and work) in opposite heats.

Schedule Updated for 2019

Registration: 8:00 - 8:45 AM
Tech Inspections: 8:15 - 9:00 AM
Novice Course Walk: 9:05 - 9:15 AM
Drivers & Workers Meetings: 9:20 - 9:30 AM
Cars to Grid & Workers to Stations: 9:35 - 9:50 AM
AM 1st Heat Start: 9:50 AM
AM 2nd Heat Start: 20 min. after 1st heat ends
Lunch Break: 12:50 - 1:30 PM
PM Only Registration & Tech Insp.: 12:50 - 1:20 PM
Novice Course Walk: 1:35 - 1:45 PM
Drivers & Workers Meetings: 1:50 - 2:00 PM
Car to Grid & Workers to Stations: 2:05 - 2:15 PM
PM 1st Heat Start: 2:15 PM
PM 2nd Heat Start: 20 min. after 1st heat ends

When You Arrive:

  1. Enter the lot through the entrance across from Stoney Run Rd. and turn left to park for tech inspection.
  2. Check in at the registration tent. Show your tech inspection form and drivers license. If you do not have a tech form, you will be given one.
  3. Return to your car at the tech inspection station and give your tech form to a tech inspection volunteer.
  4. Return to the registration table with your completed and initialled tech form and driver's license. If you registered and paid online, confirm your registration. Pay and register if you are not already pre-registered.
  5. Sign the liability release form and receive a wristband indicating you are a registered participant allowed on the course.
  6. Pick heat and grid positions for the morning/afternoon sessions. Experienced autocrossers are encouraged (sometimes forced) to sign up for heat 1. Worker positions will be assigned during the workers meeting.
  7. Place the blue card with your heat and grid number on your dash. Review the course map and familiarize yourself with the live timing webpage while you wait for the drivers and workers meetings.

Car Classifications

C4 Any C1-C4 Corvette
C5 Any base C5 Corvette
C6 Any base C6 Corvette
C7 Any base C7 Corvette
CZ Any C5-C7 Grand Sport, Z06 or ZR1 Corvette
OF Open Class non-Corvette Front Wheel Drive Cars
OA Open Class non-Corvette AWD Cars
ORD Open Class non-Corvette, Domestic Rear Wheel Drive Cars
ORF Open Class non-Corvette, Foreign Rear Wheel Drive Cars

Volunteers Needed

To make our autocross events successful and to run smoothly, about 20 workers and participants from our club are needed for each event. If you only wish to observe or volunteer, you do not need to be registered for the event. No experience is necessary, we will teach you everything you need to know. We need volunteers for Sunday morning for setup, tech inspection, registration, worker chief, grid, start box, spectator control, and cleanup at the event conclusion. Registration opens at 8:00 AM so all worker/participants involved with setup, registration, and tech inspection should arrive by 7:45 AM.

You can sign up to volunteer for autocross events on this shared Google spreadsheet (no sign-in required) or e-mail and specify the day and task you volunteer for.

Organizer Corvette Club of America


Helmet Rental

Options All Day (for non-members only)


Sun, April 14, 2019
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Eastern


7210 Ridge Road
Hanover, MD 21076
United States of America