Registration & Results

Welcome to the 2016 Autocross season!

While we have not been able to secure a venue for our regular cup series of events, we are fortunate to again partner with the folks at Mt. Baker to host a couple events this summer!

Day of Event Schedule
Mt. Baker – Gates open at 8AM. Registration and tech will open at 8:15 and close at 9:15. Drivers meeting at 9:30 and first A.M. car on course at 9:45. Trophy presentation 15 minutes or so after we finish all runs.

Bellingham – Gates open at 7:30. Registration and Tech will open at 8am, and close at 9am. Driver’s meeting around 9:15am and first car on shortly thereafter.

Mt. Baker Father’s Day Sunday, June 19th – Results

Chuckanut Cup #2 Sunday, July 17th – Results

Chuckanut Cup #3 Saturday, September 24th – Results

Chuckanut Cup #4 Sunday, September 25th – Results

Chuckanut Cup #5 Saturday, October 15th – Results

Chuckanut Cup #6 Sunday, October 16th – Results

Championship Standings

Double Header Pricing – We are offering a special for the Weekend Double Header events in the fall, if you plan on attending both days, your price will be $75 for both events. This is payable only on site. Single day events stay at the price of $45.

PRICE INCREASE: The price of an event has gone up this year. The cost is $45 for the day.  The autox committee feels this still represents a great value for a full day event.

A very important piece of information for people new to the club:
In order to participate in one of our events, you must be a member. Our club has a policy for offering temporary memberships for $10. If you don’t know anyone in the club, don’t be afraid! We are an extremely friendly club, and we encourage you to join! We always have a blast, so come on out and see what we do!

Our goal is a minimum of three runs per session, or 6 total per day, though the number typically ranges from 8 to 12!
All CSCC hosted events are limited to the first 60 paid entries and club membership is required. If you are not already a CSCC member, print the Membership Application, complete it, and bring it with you to your first event. Annual membership is $30.00.

BEFORE YOU REGISTER: Read the CSCC 2016 Rulebook. You will be asked to select your car class when you register. To do this, you need to determine the SCCA class for your car and then select the CSCC class that includes your SCCA class. For help determining your SCCA class, see the SCCA 2016 RulesThis cheat sheet runs down the basics of what each class category is allowed to modify, then then Appendix A will list the specific class of your car. If you need assistance from a live body (our Rules Steward) you may send an email to our Rules Steward.

If you are a novice (meaning you’ve run 4 or less events prior to this one) you don’t need to worry about classing your car, the only restriction is that you may only run 200+ treadwear tires. 

Also, we have added a “Public Alias” field in the profile section of Scorekeeper. Use this field if you would like your name to not be displayed on our public results page. If you would like to use the Public Alias, please let us know by emailing and we will set one up for you.

Father’s Day Event Details
Take this opportunity to enjoy an event outside our usual semi-industrial setting, up in the clouds at Mt. Baker’s Lower Salmon Lodge parking lot. The club will provide burgers and/or hot dogs and condiments at lunch time, participants are asked to bring a dish to share for our pot luck.

Location: White Salmon Lodge Parking Lot

Autocross School
Unfortunately, due to the lack of our own venue this year, the school has been put on hold.



The Chuckanut Sports Car Club has had a good history of holding fun autocross events throughout Whatcom County. The 2009 series was held in Blaine, and the 2010 series found home to the old GP property at the Port of Bellingham. We also hold our annual Father’s Day autocross in the lower lodge parking lot of the Mount Baker Ski Lodge. We have also re-instated a past event called the Driver’s Challenge. In 2010, it was known as the Champions in Reasonably Priced Cars, and was a blast! Only those who won their class throughout the season, and those who volunteered more time and effort than was expected, were invited to participate.

We aim to have a great, friendly autocross environment for everyone to come and have fun and learn how to be a better driver.

And remember, you don’t need a special car to have fun! Many people have shown up in completely stock cars on snow tires, and had a blast! The goal is to have fun, and we aim to please.

If you would like to keep updated on what’s going on via email, you can join our Autocross Announce list for updates and announcements.

If you have any questions, feel free to email with any questions.

Past Results Archive

Autocross 2015
Autocross 2014
Autocross 2013
Autocross 2012
Autocross 2011
Autocross 2010
Autocross 2009


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