Born in 2013, the Two Days Of Awesome is a weekend long, national tour style throwdown in which autocrossers from all over Arizona - and sometimes New Mexico, California, and Texas - descend upon Tucson to see just how awesome they really are.
For the 8th year running, the Border Region will be running a two day, national tour style event to welcome fall to the Old Pueblo (just don't mind the temps in the 90s...). Both days are open and welcome to anyone at any autox skill level. In fact, there might not be a better introduction to the sport than seat time on back to back days!
The Saturday event does not count towards any AZBR series, only the Two Days of Awesome. The Sunday event counts towards the Fall 2020 series. Cumulative results for the weekend Awesome Series are made available online. Entrants can sign up for one or both days and we offer a $10 discount for entrants that are registered and paid for both days by the close of on site registration on Saturday. To get the discount you can pay via Paypal prior to the close of online registration or by check or cash at the registration table on Saturday.
Please take the time to read the important event details on this page. If you have any questions, feel free to post in the Tucson Autocross Forums.
The following information pertain to Two Days of Awesome events held at Marana Regional Airport. This information is in addition to the autocross supplemental regulations and the site regulations that cover all AZBR Solo events at Marana Regional Airport.
Junior Karts are not permitted this year.
The SCCA waiver is good for both days. If you attend Saturday then just keep your wrist band on and show it at the gate. If you remove the wrist band then you will be required to sign the waiver on Sunday.
Tech inspection only needs to be performed once for this two day event. If done on Saturday it will not be required for Sunday. Exceptions are entrants making significant changes to their cars between Saturday and Sunday. Use sound judgment, avoid safety issues, and re-tech if needed; the line on Sunday is usually very short since many people tech Saturday.
Bring appropriate drinks for all day hydration. Six 12 or 16 ounce water bottles or sport drinks are usually adequate. Due to COVID, the club is unable to supply water this year, so make sure you bring more than you think you need!
No alcohol is permitted to be consumed on the event site.
No barbeques can be used on site.
Gates will open on Saturday for participants per the normal event schedule. See camping rule below for local RV/trailer option.
Overnight camping may be possible both Friday night and Saturday night for $20/night (no RV hookups available). The club is not coordinating anything here, you will need to contact Musselman Honda Circuit directly to make arrangements. Be advised that Saturday from 4-10pm is open practice at the circuit which may be noisy.
Another option is the RV park at the Pima County Fairgrounds not far from the site. This is $30/night with a 50A RV hookup, but spots are first come first served (no reservations) and there are events at the Fairgrounds this weekend.
Registration for both days closes Thursday, October 22nd at 7:00pm.
The SCCA requires that all event participants be SCCA members. If you are not an SCCA member a weekend membership is available for an extra $10, which is included in the Non SCCA entry fees shown above.
The weekend memebership fee is only charged once for entrants competing on both Saturday and Sunday. This is reflected in the two day, non-SCCA (weekend) member fees shown above.
Entry fees can be paid online via PayPal while registration is open. Please send payments to 'firstname.lastname@example.org' or visit this page for links to send the correct payment amounts.
Due to COVID, we are not accepting payments on site. All entrants MUST pre-pay via PayPal.