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> Tucson RallyX #4, Saturday September 17
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post Jun 12 2016, 03:21 PM
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Our next event in the 2016 season is September 17th. We have time to introduce new drivers to the events in Tucson! The site is accessible for practice, test, and tune - we can put you in direct contact with the site owners.

If you are preparing a car for SCCA RallyCross events, we recommend competing with the car (or truck) first before investing in modifications. So much is dependent on the driver, that you may find yourself competitive in a stock class with the car as manufactured.

Everyone should have a plan to compete at least one time in RallyCross. Where are you in that plan?
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post Jun 26 2016, 09:35 AM
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Ok I am reaching out for some advice here....
My 2 sons and I are building a SEMA car for Hyundai, a 2016 Veloster Turbo.
We plan to autocross, rallycross and trackday the little guy.

Since we are already looking into suspension mods as part of the build I was wondering if anyone tries to lift the car at all or just install larger diameter tires or ???

I have done plenty of off road racing in dedicated 4x4 vehicles, just never a tri sport car that goes from asphalt to dirt.

Are rocks a concern?
Does anyone make their own HDPE or aluminum skid plates?
Were do most folks go to practice? Gravel roads, dirt lots?

Thanks and looking forward to some fun.


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Lance Blair
72 Chevy C-10 truck wanting to play
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post Jun 26 2016, 09:05 PM
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QUOTE (oneleglance @ Jun 26 2016, 10:35 AM) *
Ok I am reaching out for some advice here....
My 2 sons and I are building a SEMA car for Hyundai, a 2016 Veloster Turbo.
We plan to autocross, rallycross and trackday the little guy.

Since we are already looking into suspension mods as part of the build I was wondering if anyone tries to lift the car at all or just install larger diameter tires or ???

Are rocks a concern?
Does anyone make their own HDPE or aluminum skid plates?
Were do most folks go to practice? Gravel roads, dirt lots?


The RallyCross events are low impact. Per the rules, there are no jumps, and our courses have little elevation change. Rocks are a concern, but you will be OK at stock ride height with most cars. We have a practice location in Tucson arranged through the MC Motorsports Park. If you want cones, we can bring the trailer to the site. You should come to an event or practice session with the car and then plan RallyCross specific modifications after some time in the dirt. It would be great to see you out there!
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