Join us for the 2013 Oregon Solo Season
No experience is necessary for our events, please come and join us.
See our Newcomer Info Packet
it is loaded with a lot of good information.
Entry Fee Increase
Our entry fee has increased to $30 receive a $5 discount for online registration. Entry fee is paid at the event. No payment is charged at the time of preregistration.
Important Note from our Tech Inspectors
Your car must be presented at tech as it will run in competition. An example is a camera with mount must be on the car at tech inspection.
2013 Novice School Information
Registration is closed the school has been filled.
Thank you to
For hosting our
2013 Kick Off Party and Annual Tech Inspection
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Thank you to the sponsors of our Special Awards for 2012.
Sportsman of the Year, awarded to Tyler Rakes
PSI Portland Speed Industries
Most Improved of the Year, awarded to Leah Nagengast
Rookie of the Year, awarded to Jeromy Born
Driver of the Year, awarded to Tami Daniels
Worker of the Year, awarded to Morris Green
AR Auto Services
Worker of the Year, awarded to Chuck Jarvie
Going to one of the Packwood, Washington events?
For lodging and local information go to
New Event Registration Policy Change
Effective January 2008 (revised 1/2/2008) See details in the What's New in Solo News section.
Are you new to Solo competition?
If you are new to the sport, please take time to review the information provided on this site - - it will make your initial outing more pleasurable. We invite you to join in the fun at an upcoming event . . . you are in for a ride you won't soon forget!
Autocross is the sport of trying to navigate your vehicle through a defined course faster than your competition. The course is defined by traffic pylons (orange safety cones) and each driver runs solo against the clock. Autocross drivers gain confidence in their driving as they learn how to drive at the limits of their vehicle's potential. Each course is different, thereby offering challenges to all drivers. The key to participation is to have fun and improve over time. The sport is open to men and women - - from those interested in improving their driving skills to those interested in competing on a National level. Autocross competition affords the average individual to come test their car handling skills (and have fun doing so!) with nothing more than a helmet and your every day car. It is not a spectator sport . . . autocross must be experienced from inside the vehicle. Only then will you come to understand what all the excitement is about. It is the most intense 60 seconds you can imagine.
Newcomer Info Packet (pdf file)includes an introduction to Oregon Region SCCA Solo event procedures, rules and regulations, what to bring / wear to an event, an explanation of penalties and more.
Oregon Region SCCA Solo Supplementals cover material that is IN ADDITION to the guidelines addressed in the National Solo Rule Book. Details on how the Championship Series is scored can be found in the supplementals.
Glen Region (NY) SCCA Novice Handbook written by Kate Hughes offers valuable information for everyone, not just newcomers. Though there may be some differences in local procedures, the general advice on course walks, etiquette and preparation is common across all regions.