the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport. 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
What is rallycross?

Event Day

We compete in all weather. Rain or shine. Make sure to bring your weather appropriate clothing... don't forget the sunscreen!

First thing all competitors should do is go to registration. Pay your money, get your number, and drink your favorite caffeinated beverage while talking to your friends in line. Don't forget to bring your driver's license.
Tech Inspection
Next it's on to tech inspection. This is where your helmet and car will be inspected. The vehicle inspection is to ensure the safety of all competitors (including yourself), workers, and spectators. Safety First!
Course Walk
Every course is different. Walking the course is vital. This is a great opportunity to talk to more seasoned veterans about how to approach that tricky slalom. We also have a novice walk for those who want an expert "how to" approach to the entire course.
Driver's Meeting
This is meeting is mandatory for all competitors. It's filled with vital safety and course information. For novices, this is where you'll learn penalties and worker positions. Competition starts immediately following!

Car Classes

Levels of Competition

Fort Wayne Region SCCA is just one of hundreds of SCCA regions all across the country. You don't have to be a member to participate. Our Region is Fort Wayne IN, and the four northwestern most counties in Ohio.
National Challenge
The DirtFish SCCA RallyCross National Challenge is a three-event rotating-location series with events on the east coast, west coast and a central location. These are two-day multiple-course events and just like the national championship are scored by combining the time from each of your runs.
National Championship
The DirtFish SCCA Rallycross National Championship is an annual winner-take-all event which crowns national champions in each RallyCross class. This event is a two-day event in which competitors drive two different courses, with the combined time from every run used to determine the champions.


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