We are in dire need for someone who can lead and assist the timing function at various autocross events. A ‘tech’ or ‘computer’ background is needed, as well as, strong problem-solving skills, and the ability to develop creative solutions to keep our events up and running.
Autocross is a motorsports event that emphasizes car control and performance handling.
Autocross differs from track events because the speeds typically remain under 60 mph and has less straightaway and many more turns. Autocross events are frequently held in large parking lots. Traffic cones are used to define a course where drivers compete one car at a time against the clock. As drivers compete against each other, their times are being recorded and used for placement in their appropriate classes. There is no passing or rubbing of fenders since cars are always separated from each other and do not compete in the same manner as race car drivers.
Additionally, there are several classes to register; one for each category of car, so you don’t have to worry about modifying or un-modifying your existing car.
The potential to damage a car is low because there is little chance of hitting anything beyond small traffic cones. And because autocross normally presents less stress on a vehicle than driving on track, it is a great entry-level event for performance motorsports enthusiasts.