Competition 

Low-Speed (Autocross)
Low-Speed events are held throughout the region (and other regions) and several are sponsered by CCC. A course is laid-out using cones on a flat, smooth, unobstructed, paved lot. There are numerous curves and slaloms to challenge the driver to finish the course in the shortest time.

Each run in electronically timed and recorded. This is an NCCC sanctioned event so points are awarded as well as trophies for the fastest times. If you want to see just what your Corvette is capable of (handling), in a controlled environment, this is the place. It will definitely enhance your driving experience and you’ll be even more impressed with this high performance sports car.your business, what you do and what sets you apart from the competition.

Watch the video to see how much fun low speed racing can be.

Autocross Video - Experience the Ride!

PARTICIPATE

Ready to test the limits of your Corvette and you own driving skills? If you answered yes, then our Low Speed events are just what the doctor ordered. Sign up and see how you and your Corvette perform when pushed to the limits - safely on our closed course.

VOLUNTEER

Low Speed events require a lot of volunteers. From timing and scoring to course layout, safety and spotters, there are lots of opportunities for you to get involved.

Competition Reports







Area Sanctioned Events
    
Sanctioned Events award points toward NCCC Club Standings

Autocross - 14 Events - May 21 – 22, 2017            Southeast Community College, 8800 O St, Lincoln, NE 68520

Peers All Corvette Show - Jun 3                               Peers Auto Works, 4331 S 90th St #101, Omaha, NE

7 High 7 Low Speed Events - May 27                      Iowa Speedway Dr, Newton, IA

Autocross - 14 Events - June 17 – 18, 2017            Mid-America Center, Council Bluffs, IA

Autocross - 14 Events - Sep 23 – 24, 2017              Lincoln Air Park, Lincoln, NE





NCCC                            West Region                          Cornhuskers

The purpose of the Sanctioned Competition Program is to encourage interactivity between individual Corvette Clubs within the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC).

NCCC is operating the Sanctioned Competition Program to provide uniform and fair standards under which competition events may be sponsored  by individual Corvette Clubs.

National Competition Program
2016 Final Point Standings



Place    Club Number                  Club Name                                       Total National Points

   1              WR-095            CORNHUSKER CORVETTE CLUB                             24077
   2              IN-072              ELKHART VETTE SET                                                 15714
   3              MI-006             CORVETTE CLUB OF MICHIGAN                              11877 
   4              MW-470           ROUTE 66 CORVETTE CLUB                                     11357
   5              MW-351           WINDY CITY CORVETTES, INC.                                11000 
   6              EO-005             CORVETTE CLEVELAND, INC.                                   10721 
   7              MI-362             MICHIGAN AUTOCROSS GROUP                              9322 
   8              MW-246           BADGER STATE VETTES                                              9094 
   9              SE-073              NASHVILLE CORVETTE CLUB                                    8762
  10             MW-277           SUNBURST CORVETTE CLUB                                    8579 


Cornhusker Corvette Club was No. 1 in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 1999, 1989 & 1978.

2015 National Champions

Congratulations to Joe and Teresa Eller, who are the reigning 2015 champions of NCCC racing.  This is the first champion from CCC in 30 years, and Team Eller captured both the Men’s and Ladies divisions.