The 2019 Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge
On November 9-10, 2019, Motorsports History Repeated Itself!
The Cancer Journeys Foundation and Cal Club Autocross repeated motorsports history on Sunday, November 10, 2019, at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, when they hosted the world’s second annual mixed-gender team motor sports event, the 2019 Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.
2019 Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge Winning Teams
Category 1: Open – Combined Age Unlimited
Kyle O’Rourke and Chelsea McBride
Category 2: One Driver Under 21, Other Driver Unlimited
Matthew Gonzalez and Amy Turland
Category 3: Both Drivers Under 21
Samuel Barrish and Shelby Baltazar
Category 4: Combined Age of 120-139
Tom Berry and Theresa Berry
Category 5: Combined Age of 140 or More
Bill Cadenhead and Diane Cadenhead
- Find a partner who likes to have fun driving and who enjoys meeting fun and interesting people.
- Visit the Cal Club website and learn all you need to know about autocross.
- You don’t need a special race car to compete in autocross. You can use your daily driver. [See the Chevy Bolt in the sidebar].
- You don’t need a race license. You simply need a valid state driver license.
- Visit a practice weekend and meet the people. We have first time drivers every weekend.
Why You Should Particpate in the 2020 Stop Cancer Autocross Challenge
- It’s super fun and not expensive at all.
- You’ll learn a lot about driving your car. [There are instructors who provide free training. That’s right. National champions who will teach you for free!]
- You’ll be helping save lives by being part of our cancer awareness program.
Thanks for reading this post. We hope to see you at one of our events and at the 2020 Stop Cancer Challenge.