The official schedule for 2016 Autoslalom series has been released! See below.

For the latest details, and to stay up to date on all Autoslalom news, check out our forums at Scroll down about half way to find the Autoslalom section.



Below is the schedule for 2016.

The first event on Sat, Apr 30 will be a Test and Tune. No season points will be awarded. This will simply be a fun day for members to bring their cars out, do some fun runs, shake off the rust (driver’s rust, that is) and test out any changes to their setups. There will also be a mid-season Test and Tune in July.

Event # Date Location
TnT Sat Apr 30 St. Andrew’s Airport
1 Sun May 1 St. Andrew’s Airport
2 Sun May 15 St. Andrew’s Airport
3 Sat May 21 St. Andrew’s Airport
4 Sat Jun 4 St. Andrew’s Airport
5 Sun Jun 19 St. Andrew’s Airport
6 Sun Jun 26 St. Andrew’s Airport
7 Sun Jul 10 Gimli Motorsports Park
TnT Sat Jul 23 St. Andrew’s Airport
8 Sun Jul 24 St. Andrew’s Airport
9 Sat Jul 30 St. Andrew’s Airport
10 Sat Aug 13 St. Andrew’s Airport
11 Sat Aug 27 St. Andrew’s Airport
12 Sun Aug 28 St. Andrew’s Airport
13 Sun Sep 11 St. Andrew’s Airport
14 Sat Sep 17 St. Andrew’s Airport
15 Sun Sep 18 St. Andrew’s Airport


Individual event results will typically be made available the day after an event. Season standings will be updated after every race weekend.

We now have live results available online during an event. Though these are unofficial until our crew has had a chance to review everything at the end of the day and sort out any mistakes or technical glitches, they are usually quite accurate. We encourage spectators at the event to follow along on their smartphones, it adds to the excitement of the live racing. Anyone can also follow along at home if you are unable to make it to the event. As a reminder, drivers are not allowed to view their smartphones or any other distractions while working the course, or (obviously) while driving. 🙂

Live Results can be found at

2016 Autoslalom Results:
Season Standings
Event 1 – May 1st
Event 2 – May 15th
Event 3 – May 21st
Event 4 – June 4th
Event 5 – June 19th
Event 6 – June 26th
Event 7 – July 10th
Event 8 – July 24th
Event 9 – July 30th
Event 10 – August 13th
Event 11 – August 27th
Event 12 – August 28th
Event 13 – September 11th
Event 14 – September 17th
Event 15 – September 18th

What is Autoslalom?

Fast. Cheap. Fun.

Also known as solo racing and more commonly “autocross,” autoslalom is a timed motorsport competition that rewards intense concentration, car control skills, and vehicle handling. Drivers navigate one at a time through a course defined by traffic cones, usually in large parking lots or on airport runways. While speeds tend to be lower than other forms of motorsports, usually not exceeding 100 km/h, the activity level (measured in turns per minute) can be higher than even Formula One due to the number of elements packed into each course. Courses are different at each event and every driver gets three or four attempts to put down their best time.

Cars are classed according to their level of preparation and relative performance. There are classes for all types of cars from stock econo-boxes to fully race-prepared formula cars, though most local competitors drive stock or slightly modified daily-driven sport cars and sedans. The only safety equipment required is a helmet, seat belts, and a car in proper working condition.

Autoslalom is an excellent way to develop your driving skills and is very affordable compared to other motorsports. Aside from some extra tire wear and the occasional cone mark (they buff out), a season of autoslalom puts less wear and tear on a vehicle than a Winnipeg winter!

Want to learn more? Check out this short documentary about autocross.


Autoslalom Schools

We will be hosting a couple of autoslalom-oriented high performance driving schools in 2016.

Level 1 – Sunday, June 5, 2016

Level 2 – Sunday, August 14, 2016

Stay tuned for more details.


We typically host 2 schools each year:

Level 1 is ideal for novices, but very useful for veterans as well. It’s great as an introduction to the sport and also provides much seat time to practice the fundamentals with personalized instruction

Level 2 is designed for racers with at least 2 seasons of autocross under their belts, and works on the finer details of at-the-limit driving and event execution.

Interested in a private school? We can tailor the curriculum to you! Minimum 12 students required. Contact us for more information.

Registration & Event Notes

Online registration will be the same as last year, using our online partners at Motorsportreg (MSR). Simply go to to get the full list of WSCC Autoslalom events, and follow the instructions from there. Events will be posted as soon as the schedule is confirmed.

Plan on attending your first autoslalom in Winnipeg? For more information on how to register, please see our step-by-step Registration Guide.


12 am – Pre-registartion closes at midnight before the event – register early!
10 am – Gates open & course is open for walking
10:30 – 11 am – Check-in & Late Registration (No walk-up competitors will be accepted after 11am)
11:15 am – Novice course walk (Mandatory for first time participants)
11:45 am – Drivers meeting
12 pm – Competition begins
Lunch after 1st heat (approx 1:30-2:00)


Race for as little as $20 when you pre-register and pre-pay!

Regular Events

  • $30 per event for WSCC members*
  • $5 discount for early registration (on MSR)
  • $5 discount for online payment (on MSR)
  • Non-members add $10 for a daily membership

Autoslalom Schools

Each school costs $150 per student and includes free entry to the next autoslalom event. There is a $10 discount for all WSCC members.*

*WSCC memberships can be purchased or renewed on, or in person.


  1. Pull up to the registration table
  2. Sign the waiver
  3. Check your run group and grid range
  4. Park your car in any grid spot in the appropriate range
  5. When check-in opens (usually 10:30):
    1. Hand in your completed car safety tech sheet* if you have not already completed it online. Please print and complete the tech sheet before coming to the event. Note: the tech sheet can be completed on MSR when you pre-register online. We highly prefer that you do this.
    2. Check in or register for the event
    3. If you didn’t pre-pay online, make your cash payment
    4. Take a course map
  6. Sign up for a work duty

*All participants are responsible for going through the tech sheet before the event. Random inspections may take place.

Other Helpful Information

We have a very active online forum. If you have any questions, please register and ask a question in the relevant forum topic.

Here are some quick links:


2016 WSCC Supplemental Regulations

Self-tech declaration form – Note: you can complete this online through MSR if you pre-register. The paper version is only required if you do not register online.