February 1, 2012
Experience the SCCA autocross competition, Solo 2. Solo events are driving skill contests that emphasize the driver's ability and the car's handling characteristics.
About SOLO II
For more information visit www.solo2.com
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHO IS CSCC?
CSCC is the California Sports Car Club which is the Los Angeles region of the SCCA. CSCC provides infrastructure, workers and competitors for amateur and some professional road racing series. Go to www.calclub.com for more information.
WHAT IS SOLO?
Solo, Solo 2 or autocross is a low speed, timed, handling event. It is set up as a small road course lined with orange traffic cones on a large parking lot or aircraft taxi way. Courses in Southern California are between 1/2 to a mile long. Cars enter the course one at a time and are spaced out to minimize risks to competitors and event workers. The emphasis is on handling and car control and the courses are laid out so that the top speed is limited to what would be encountered during normal driving. The primary goal of solo is to have fun and improve your driving skills. It may sound pretty sedate, but you will find that driving thru a technically challenging course as fast as you can is a lot of fun and will get the adrenaline flowing.
WHO IS CSCC SOLO?
CSCC Solo is the Solo events organization for CSCC. CSCC Solo is a volunteer, non-profit, organization that puts on Solo events in the Los Angeles area. It has been in existence since 1985 and is an out-growth of the Southern California Council of Sports Car Clubs (SCCSCC), an autocross organization that had been putting on events around LA since 1952. It is made up of the Solo Committee and a collection of individual teams or clubs that provide the manpower and organizational structure to schedule and organize our series of Solo events around LA. Go to www.Solo2.com for more information.