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Western Washington Sports Car Club Championship Event – BEAC Autopilot

  • 23 Jul 2022
  • 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sanderson Field, Shelton, WA

Registration

  • Pay your registration fee for this event at: https://scorekeeper.wwscc.org/register/ww2022/events
    Sign-up for the PM session, for the Club-T class (Tesla Club class).

    This is to keep track of how many members have registered to participate in the Autocross event.

    This registration does not guarantee your registration for the event with WWSCC.

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Come test your driving skills with Autocross!

When: July 23rd 2022, 7:30AM – 4PM (AM and/or PM Session)
Location: Sanderson Field, Shelton, WA


Registration:
  • Pay your registration fee for this event is to be through - https://scorekeeper.wwscc.org/register/ww2022/events
  • Sign-up for the PM session, for the EV designated class CLUBH specifically intended for Tesla and EV for that day only
  • A valid driver's license is required for all participants

Tesla Owners of Washington in participation with the Boeing Employees Autosports Club (BEAC) would like to invite you to come and test your driving skills at an event that almost seems custom named for Teslas; Autopilot.  Autopilot is an annual event going as far back as the 1970’s that’s part of the 2022 Western Washington Sports Car Championship (WWSCC).  This is an autocross event that will be held at the decommissioned runway at Sanderson Field in Shelton, WA.  A special vehicle classification has been created for this event by BEAC specifically intended for Teslas and other EVs (CLUBH).  You can run in the EV class in the AM session or the PM session or both.  You register for Club H and then arrive at the event for the session you choose to run.  You will still need to arrive in time to registration for the session of your choice.  Official results will be posted on the WWSCC website after the event.  Regardless if you run in the AM or PM session all times will be group together in a single class at the end of the day.  For the maximum opportunities to get your best time, you can choose to run in an regular class in AM and then Club H in the PM.  The event will be held rain or shine and welcomes drivers of all skill levels.  For those new to the sport of autocross and/or motorsports, this is an opportunity to engage in some safe and legal racing to explore your car’s and your own limits.  For those experienced drivers with fast EVs, here’s an opportunity to go up against other EV drivers to see where you rank in western WA.  While participation in the EV class does not count towards WWSCC Championship points, TOWA will award 3 trophies to the top 3 times set by an electric vehicle in Club H at the event.


Registration for event at - https://scorekeeper.wwscc.org/register/profile 


Cost: Refer to http://wwscc.org for up-to-date rates for this event.  Price mentioned below are tentative.
  • $40 (USD) for pre-registration per session single session (AM or PM)
  • $45 Day of event on-site registration available, cash or check only (no credit cards)
  • $35 for 2nd session only if 1st session is paid for (AM & PM)
  • No admission fee required for non-race participants
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WWSCC – Western Washington Sports Car Council


BEAC – Boeing Employees Autosports Club


For any questions about the event , please contact Noel Aquino, 425-269-6635, by texting first and/or leave voicemail.


Refund policy

 (Choices are 30 days in advance, 7 days in advance or no refunds. Standard policy is 7 days in advance)? Credit card is not billed until 3 prior to the event. If the credit card is billed by 7/24/2022, registration is not refundable. All cancellations must be done prior to 7/24/2022. 


Participants are responsible for their own insurance. BEAC and WWSCC have their own insurance coverage for the site and event.


Autocross is a grassroots motorsports, it’s only possible through the participation and help of everyone driving.  You drive half the session and then you’ll be assigned a work assignment the other half of the session. Most work assignment will be watching over the course for cones that get knocked down or displaced and putting them back in their proper place. Refer to the WWSCC ‘So How Do I Get Started?’ link (

http://wwscc.org/so-how-do-i-get-started112.html ). Contact Noel Aquino for any questions you may have pertaining to how the event runs and what to expect.

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