The WCLM Autocross is an event for the Lotus and sports car enthusiast to enjoy driving in controlled conditions without random traffic and law enforcement. It is the perfect place to explore the limits of both your car and your skill.
What is an autocross?
An autocross is a driving event where you can drive your car on a closed temporary course. The course is marked out with orange traffic pylons and is driven at lower speeds. Drivers are timed while on course and hitting a pylon adds a 1 second penalty. Typically the course is laid out to test a driver's skill and the cars handling and agility. WCLM autocross is low-key, fun and encourages drivers to enjoy and learn about their cars.
The site of the WCLM Autocross will be at the Emergency Vehicle Operations Center (EVOC) at Allan Hancock College in Lompoc, California. EVOC is where Firemen, Police, Ambulance and other First Responders train and hone their skills to safely operate emergency vehicles like fire engines, police cars and ambulances. It is a one of the kind center. We are fortunate to gain access to this facility for the WCLM Autocross. The course will be designed in conjunction with Barry Spencer of Spencers Motorsports who won the 2000 SCCA Solo National Championship in his Lotus Europa.Date: Saturday, Sept 23