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Kansas Region RallyCross
Kansas Region is glad to announce the start of their own local SCCA RallyCross program in 2018. Four events are currently planned starting March 25 with the possibility of additional events being added.
RallyCross is the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport in the Sports Car Club of America, and the perfect place to see if you have what it takes to power slide your way to victory. Imagine a scaled down version of a rally stage laid out on a non-paved plot of land where the course is delineated by traffic cones instead of trees or rocks.
The entry fees and equipment requirements are considerably less than those necessary to enter any other forms of performance rally, so in most locations one need only arrive at event registration with a safe hardtop vehicle and the entry fee. Events are ran in a work/run format where participants are split into groups of two or more. While one group drives another will be working to keep things running.
Ready to play? check out our schedule and come join us!
Looking to learn more about getting started in RallyCross? Check out Jim Rowland’s
RallyCross Novice Guide.
Want to try RallyCross out but don’t think you have the car for it? We have you covered with our 2002 Nissan Sentra RallyCross rental car with cool ac for the summer heat and a welcoming automatic transmission. We do all the vehicle prep and provide the necessary fuel. You just have to arrive and drive!
Rental fee is $55 per driver per day with a discounted rate for groups of four.
This is the place for newcomers to start. We provide a place for you to play without the stress of classing or the worry of running against more experienced drivers. Expect existing members to go out of their way to make sure you’re having fun and ready to roll.
The stock category of SCCA RallyCross is the most restrictive and made up of three classes: Stock Rear Wheel Drive (SR), Stock Front Wheel Drive (SF) and Stock All Wheel Drive (SA). Cars must run on DOT-approved tires which are not marked “For competition only”, “Not for street use” or similar. There are a few minor modifications allowed, most for RallyCross-specific protection/safety, non-performance cosmetic accessories or minor performance enhancements like cat-back exhaust or drop-in air filter.
Like Stock, the Prepared Category is made up of three classes: Prepared Rear Wheel Drive (PR), Prepared Front Wheel Drive (PF) and Prepared All Wheel Drive (PA). Cars in prepared class may do anything allowed in stock, and some additional modifications. Additional mods including allowing any tires (other than home-built studded tires) exhaust modifications, any shocks/struts and more.
In keeping with the category structure in Stock and Prepared, Modified also has three classes: Modified Rear Wheel Drive (MR), Modified Front Wheel Drive (MF) and Modified All Wheel Drive (MA). These classes see the most modifications including major weight reduction, aftermarket forced induction, and aero-devices like wings or splitters.