you will want to take autocrossing:
- Foaming type
and a towel - I like to clean my windshield after I arrive at an
- Tire pressure
Longacre's digital model is accurate, easy to read and use.
- Magnetic Numbers
- TrackSpec made
set to match my car and fit on the steel rear quarter panel as the
doors are aluminum.
- License plate
I'm not a fan of my license plate showing up in pictures on the
- Tire Pump
- Get one
that stops when it gets to the desired pressure. I found this one at
Target and it is accurate and cheap. Similar rebranded models are sold
- Folding chair
you want to stand all day, or be anti social and sit in your car by
yourself when you
aren't working or driving.
- Helmet -
Get a full face helmet vs. an open face in case you ever want to do a
trackday. If you ever did get into an accident at a autocross,
however unlikely though it can happen, you would be much better off
with a full face helmet. I remove the visor when autocrosing to keep it
from getting scratched as you end up not using it and it gets in the
- Drinks, food, sunscreen.
- Walkie-talkie. I
started to bring a FRS/GMRS radio to eavesdrop on the course radio
channel to hear where I hit cones during a run. Otherwise it can
be hard to determine where you hit a cone.
- The rough measurements are 19.5" x 15 "x 13.5".
- It fits very well in the trunk and is weatherproof.
- I keep most everything in it so that way I don't forget to
- If you do not drive your car very often your battery will
with one of these.
- Modern cars do tend to drain the battery when left to sit
for a more
than a couple weeks, even moreso if you leave it locked.