Colorado RallyCross

Welcome to Colorado RallyCross!  What is RallyCross?  Think of it as autocross gone wild.  Instead of a paved parking lot, we race on gravel or dirt under all types of conditions—dust, more dust, mud, rain, snow, ice, wind, and even darkness.  If you’re new to RallyCross, check out our website for more information about the most exciting entry-level motorsport on the planet!  If you’re a RallyCross veteran, be sure to mark this year’s events on your calendar.  We hope to see you at the next event!
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Time Flys when your kicking up dust 4 years, 9 months ago #1478

  • RyOlSe
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Gesh, with all of this snow you'd almost think we weren't coming up on May and therefore almost a 1/4 of the way through the season, but it is true. So for those of you who haven't been out for the first 2 events, here's some of the new things that have been happening this year.

First of all, we went from a snowy mud fest with no wind at CORE for the first event to tons of wind kicking up the dry track, literally cones were blowing away on their own, at the Truck Driving school. So hopefully at our next event there will be just enough of a breeze to blow away the dust and weather in the mid 60's.

Colorado RallyCross is also pleased to announce a partnership with Flatirons Tuning. Through support from Flatirons Tuning, we will provide driver packets to each Colorado RallyCross participant. The packet includes the following:
· First-timer’s guide to rallycross;
· 2013 Colorado RallyCross calendar listing the season schedule;
· Daily event schedule showing the normal race day schedule of activities;
· Colorado RallyCross business cards to share with friends;
· Two (2) highly-prized CO R-X decals for your car;
· Two (2) beloved Bill stickers, and most significantly;
· A Flatirons Tuning business card that’s good for up to 30% off any purchase!

We have also introduced a new novice class to each of the existing classes. So for those who are competing in their first season don't have to worry about the intimidating likes Aaron Miller, Eric Adams or Peter Zlamany. Instead their places will be added up within their class for a special Rookie of the year trophy at the end of the season. Plus as with every year their points will still add up for placing within their class. So their is the potential for a first time driver to come in 4th or even 1st overall for the season plus Rookie of the year in that class, plus a Ironman trophy as well... FEW! That's a lot of potential heavy hardware for someone to take home, hopefully they find time to hit the gym to carry it all away.

And lastly, due to the US government being bazillions of dollars in debut and unable to find a way to cut back on it all. We've decided to show them by an example of how to, by introducing an alternative to the higher cost event trophies. These new event trophies will still feature the uniqueness and fun that our group has to offer, but while still staying within our budget. Be sure to give it all you got and then stick around at the end of each event to collect your 1 of a kind piece of hardware.

As always we hope to see you all out at our next event at the USTDS which is less then 2 weeks on May 4th. And save yourself some time the morning of by going to our website and Pr-Registering.
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