The philosophy of Indiana Rallycross has always been to provide as near to a true stage rally experience as possible, while also keeping events accessible to any level of competitor. IRC events are exciting and fast paced, challenging and hard on cars and competitors alike. The combination of racing at night one day, and on custom rally-motoX track the next perfectly exemplifies what we’re about and how we try to put on events that live up to our “make life epic” tag line.
Continue reading below for a quick recap of the weekend from our perspective and get the preliminary race results...
We're just 1 day away from the 2015 IRC Rallycross double header! Today is the last day of online registration, prices go up tomorrow.
Click here to register.
We will be meeting at the Badlands main entrance for sign in both days prior to racing. All competitors, crew, and spectators MUST sign in before getting access to the race site. (Even if you have registered online, you still need to sign in at the site.) Everyone MUST attend the mandatory pre-race meeting after sign in.
Registration and sign-in at the Badlands Main entrance from 6-8PM. Racing in the Badlands parking lots and quarry until 1 AM.
We understand it may be hard for some competitors to get here on time - if you think you will be late, please contact us ahead of time so we can plan accordingly.
Registration and sign-in at the Badlands Main entrance from 10AM - 12PM. Racing the UMC track until 5PM.
(Reminder - we will not be running the forbidden lands on Saturday)
The IRC team will be on site Friday morning doing final prep for both the Friday and Saturday courses. We'll probably be posting a few updates throughout the day.
Please contact us or post here if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing everyone out there this weekend!
Due to a last minute scheduling conflict we won't be able to race at the 'Forbidden Lands' track on Saturday. This sucks, but it's not the first time we've been bumped from a site and likely won't be the last time. It's one of the realities of running a grassroots rally program.
This does open up an opportunity though. We've been getting a lot of questions about when we might reschedule a chance to run the UMC track, and with 5 days of warm temperatures and no more rain in the immediate forecast, we think we'll be able to safely run it this Saturday. It's short notice, but this might be the best shot we get. This will make the double header rallycross a truly epic event.
We'll be updating the event pages with more details as the plans get finalized.
(continue reading for answers to some anticipated questions)
The next race will be a two part double header. Part 1 is the night race on Friday night, followed up by part 2 at the forbidden lands on Saturday. Both races promise to be exciting and offer two completely different experiences.
July 24 Night Rallycross Details
July 25 Forbidden Lands Rallycross Details
Click Here to register and pay for these races.
Let us know if you have any questions
Curious what it's like to race at night? Check the on board video from Eddie Sadauskas at the 2014 Night Rallycross.
The next race is a night race - which promises to be one of the most exciting and intense races of the 2015 season.
What's it like to race at night? Your adrenaline will be pumping, everything seems to go by faster, the obstacles blend together with the course, and even with good lighting it can be difficult to see the next turn. Total focus and concentration is required to navigate the course so having a navigator in the passenger seat can be a huge help.
Check out the Event Page for more details and video from last year's race. More details will be posted soon.
And as an update to the UMC event - we're still looking for a new date to reschedule and will post up that date as soon as we can.