LATEST NEWS: NEXT AUTOCROSS: Our June autocross is scheduled for the 1st and 2nd. We will be running the Red course. See the daily event schedule near the bottom of the home page.
ALERT: Late registration will not be allowed. Our entries have increased and we need to get started on time. Registration closes at 10:30 on Saturday and 9:30 on Sunday. Please arrive early to complete registration.
|NEXT MEETING: June 12th at Rudy's BBQ at 7:00 pm|
|***May 2013 Results can be found under Recent Results ***|
Welcome to the South Texas Border Region of the Sports Car Club of America!
We are located in Corpus Christi, Texas and our main event venue for autocross is Waldron Naval Airfield in Flour Bluff, a subdivision in the eastern part of Corpus Christi. Our autocross events are open to almost any kind of car - so long as it passes a general technical inspection. Our events are inexpensive and fun.
Interested participants can come out and watch our autocross events at no cost. We even allow passengers (12 years old and older) to ride with SCCA members if you want to see what it is like "on the track". So, come on out to an event!
Our autocross fees are $30 for SCCA members and military personnel and $40 for non-members. The fees cover both days.
Autocross event schedule:
Saturday - Gates open at 8 am
Registration - 8:30 to 10:30 am
Drivers meeting - 11:00 am
Sunday - Gates open at 8 am
Registration - 8:30 to 9:30 am
Drivers meeting - 10:00 am
In What Class Does My Car Run?
What are the rules for autocross? What modifications can I make?
The National SCCA site has their Solo rule book online. You can download it at:
On an autocross course, your car encounters more stress and higher loads than in normal, daily driving. It is very important to ensure your car is ready for the track. If you need to jack up your car, always support the car's weight with jack stands.
Participation in SCCA motorsports events required the use of a SNELL-rated helmet, open-faced or closed-faced. Virtually all helmets sold in the U.S. meet D.O.T. requirements. But the D.O.T. rating alone is not sufficient and will not be accepted as suitable protection.