Solo (AKA Autocross) is a test of driving skill and the car's agility in which one car at a time is driven over a clearly defined course, the elapsed time and penalties for course deviations being the determining factor for awards. Most Solo events take place in large parking lots, with the course defined by orange pylons. Speeds are limited and the hazards to spectators and participants do not usually exceed those encountered in normal, legal highway driving. Watch the video below to see how easy it is to enter an event and have fun with your car at these events!
- Autocross FAQ: Courtesy of SFR Region SCCA - A comprehensive FAQ all about Solo/Autocrossing
- Solo Novice Handbook: A guide to help you make it through your first season. Courtesy Katie Hughes, Glen Region SCCA.
- Car Classification Guide (pdf): Courtesy of Milwaukee Region SCCA and Jeff Cashmore
- Car Classification Worksheet (pdf): Courtesy of Milwaukee Region SCCA and Jeff Cashmore
- Newcomers Guide to Solo 2 (pdf): Courtesy of Rocky Mountain SCCA
- Corner Workers Guide: Courtesy of Rocky Mountain SCCA