(leading image courtesy of Regis Vincent)
Autocross is a sport where you try to drive around a course in the shortest possible time. The course is laid out in a big empty parking lot and outlined by orange plastic cones.
Every run is timed electronically and time is added for each cone tipped over. You can measure your progress throughout the day, and possibly earn bragging rights.
Autocross is also a driver education class; there are qualified instructors available at each event.
Since so many of our events are held at the Alameda site and it doesn’t have a compact address, here is a description of how to get there:
For our purposes, it’s “the gate through the fence at the dead end of Main Street, just past the intersection of Main Street and Navy Way”. Navigating to that intersection will get you close enough to see the gate and it will then be obvious.
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