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  RallyCross - Managed by George Ackerman  

RallyCross is the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport in the Sports Car Club of America, and the perfect place to see if you have what it takes to powerslide your way to victory. 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. One need only arrive at event registration with a sound, hardtop vehicle and the entry fee. Best of all, it's great fun!

RallyCross is the most cost effective way to gauge a driver's interest and aptitude for "doing it in the dirt." RallyCross classes categorize cars according to number of driven wheels, engine capability and the style of tires mounted. Unlike Solo, a similar competition staged on paved surfaces, where an entrant's ranking is based on the single fastest run, RallyCross competitions are judged on the total of multiple runs.
A RallyCross is any event in which one vehicle at a time is timed over a defined course on a generally unpaved, flat surface and consists of short straight sections and connecting turns or corners. The emphasis is on vehicle handling and agility rather than speed or power. Scoring is based on total time for all runs plus penalties.
Anyone with a valid driver's license can run. You must be an SCCA member but if you are not an SCCA member you can buy a Weekend Membership.
Event are open to any fixed-roof production based vehicle (including convertibles with a factory hardtop attached, targa-types with factory panel in place, t-tops with factory panels in place) that can pass a safety inspection as defined in the rules linked below. Vehicles with high centers of gravity are subject to the approval of the Event Safety Stewards and Organizers. If your vehicle is deemed unsafe for competition you will receive a full refund.
The standard RallyCross classes are:
Stock Rear Wheel Drive, Stock Front Wheel Drive, Stock All Wheel Drive
Prepared Rear Wheel Drive, Prepared Front Wheel Drive, Prepared All Wheel Drive
Modified Rear Wheel Drive, Modified Front Wheel Drive, Modified All Wheel Drive

For more information on rules and competition head over to the SCCA Rally Page
The 2015 rules can be found at:

  RallyCross Announcements  

BMR 2015 - 2016 RallyCross #2 Kempton Fairgrounds - November 21st, 2015 Results

Thank you to everyone that came out both to help us put on the event and to compete!

We weren't quite sure what to expect trying to run at night, but everything went really well. Somehow the cone count was cut in half for the Night runs!

Stay tuned for details on our next event. With the Holiday Season upon us we are not currently planning on holding an event in December.

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Also, Another BIG Thank You goes out to Mike Vanino of Mike Vanino Photography for again coming out and taking some amazing photographs of the event.
His photos from the event can be found HERE

Results are HERE in PDF format or HERE in Excel format.

Details on the Series Points Standing are HERE in PDF format
Thank you.

BMR 2015/16 Rally Cross Points Series

All events held by BMR during the 2015/16 Rally Cross Season will be part of a points based series.
This includes the first event held on October 18th.
The series will be at least four events, hopefully more, depending on site availability.
No matter how many events we hold you will be scored on one less (a throw away of your choice).
At the end of the series and after all points have been tallied we will present awards.
An event is counted once you start the clock, even if you do not complete a run for that event.
Awards will be given to first place in each of the SCCA Rally Cross classes.
Ties will be broken by the most class wins.
Second tie breaker if needed will be best overall position for the series.
Two driver cars MUST run in the same run group.
Passengers will be allowed, as long as the meet SCCA age requirements.
All passengers must follow all safety rules, and sign the waiver.

Points will be awarded as 16 - position in class:
1st Place = 15 Points
2nd Place = 14 Points
3rd Place = 13 Points
And so on...

For more information contact George Ackerman, BMR Rally Cross Chairman

  George Ackerman  

  Previous Event Results  

BMR 2015 - 2016 RallyCross #2 Kempton Fairgrounds - November 21st, 2015
PDF or Excel

BMR 2015 - 2016 RallyCross #1 Kempton Fairgrounds - October 18th, 2015

NEDIV RallyCross Challenge Event #2 - February 8th, 2015
PDF or Excel

Kempton Fairgrounds RallyCross #4 - January 11th, 2015
PDF or Excel

Kempton County Fairgrounds RallyCross #3 - October 19th, 2014
PDF or Excel

Kempton County Fairgrounds RallyCross #2 - May 4th, 2014
PDF or Excel

Kempton County Fairgrounds RallyCross #1 - November 24th, 2013