2021 ACSMC AutoSOLO Championship

Our Championship Coordinator is Peter Cox: peter@acsmc.com

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Competitors Guide – AutoSOLO

What is AutoSOLO?

For AutoSOLOs all cars must be driven to the venue with classes for those with minimal modifications to a single class for all over-modified cars.   Classes are split on saloons and sports cars with the saloons broken down into capacity classes.  The tests are all forwards with compulsory changes of directions at least every 50m.  Success is more down to the skill of the driver than the performance of the car.  Championship points are scored on a class-based system, with bonus points being given for the number of competitors beaten. 

The tests are all forwards with compulsory changes of directions at least every 50m.  Success is more down to the skill of the driver than the performance of the car.  Championship points are scored on a class-based system, with bonus points being given for the number of competitors beaten. 

2020 Championship

The 2020 ACSMC AutoSOLO championship provided competitors with nine great venues local to the ACSMC area including the open parts of Kemble airfield and Abingdon airfield to the more confined and historic old finishing straight at the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, Brooklands, which opened in 1907.

Jamie Yapp (Clio 172 Cup)      74.0
Steve Conner (Puma & MX5) 72.8
Alan Wakeman (Micra)           68.0
Paul Ireland (MX5)                  67.8
Thomas Alderton (MX5)         67.4

These events are incredibly popular and so 2021 competitors are recommended to enter events as soon as entries open, as oversubscribed entries are very common.