’23 RallyCross Nationals Registration Opening Soon

RallyCrossers from across the nation come together once a year to decide who’s best during the winner-take-all SCCA® RallyCross National Championship, and in 2023, that dirty shindig returns to Topeka, KS, Oct. 6-8 at Heartland Motorsports Park. The equation is simple: Perform the best in your class over two days of timed runs (keeping in mind that every run counts), and then be crowned an SCCA National Champion, accepting a trophy and champion’s jacket that proves your excellence. It couldn’t be easier. But first, you need to successfully register for the event – and considering the RallyCross Nats often hits entry cap limits, this is a topic you need to take note of.

There will be three registration tiers for 2023, with Tier 1 opening Wednesday, July 26, at 6 p.m. CT for all former RallyCross National Champions, as well as 2022 RallyCross Nationals Event Chiefs. After that, Tier 2 registration opens Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 6 p.m. CT for RallyCross Nationals competitors who’ve taken part in RallyCross Nats shenanigans at any time since 2018.

Then there’s Tier 3 registration, which opens Wednesday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m. CT for anyone else who wants to take a crack at the SCCA RallyCross National Championship event. Keep in mind, no previous RallyCross experience is required – and, like we mentioned earlier, this event often sells out.

No matter the tier, the button below delivers you to online registration for RallyCross Nats. The entry cap per class is 30 challengers, and the overall event cap is 125. The entry fee is only $270, so save your spot to be part of an event that always churns up a great time.

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What’s SCCA RallyCross?

Don’t know what RallyCross is all about? It’s the most widespread and readily accessible form of extreme dirt motorsport in the SCCA arsenal, and it’s a rad 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. If you’re familiar with SCCA Solo, then this is an autocross course in the dirt, sand, or grass – but way more challenging because (as we pointed out) every run counts.

You can read more about the sport at SCCA’s RallyCross webpage. Or better yet, check out the video below that offers an overview while also showing why RallyCross is so dang fun.

More to Know

Online registration for RallyCross Nats closes Monday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. CT. The last day to register and be eligible for a refund is Monday, Sept. 25, and the final day to cancel an entry and receive a refund is Wednesday, Oct. 4 – but that only applies to those registered by Sept. 25.

Also note that all two-driver vehicles must use a two-digit car number and a corresponding “100” on vehicles. For example: the two-driver car numbers of “69” and “169” is acceptable (and expected). Single-driver cars can use any number up to “999” except “101” through “199,” which are reserved for second drivers.

For more information, click the button below and visit the 2023 SCCA RallyCross National Championship event webpage.

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Photo by Rupert Berrington