Brazeau Racing campaigns a 1995 BMW M3 in Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) autocross competition events, known as Solo, at the Regional, Divisional, and National level.
SCCA Solo Competition, has been the grassroots of motorsports activities for more than 30 years. Competitors run one-at-a-time (hence the term "Solo"), against the clock, through a road course lined by traffic cones on a low hazard location, such as a parking lot or inactive airstrip. While top speeds are usually no greater than those normally encountered in legal highway driving, the combination of concentration and car feedback creates an adrenaline pumping experience. Over 1000 SCCA Solo events are held across the country at the local shopping center, airport and stadium parking lots or where ever competitors can find a large amount of pavement or concrete to layout their courses. The sport attracts ordinary sports and sports-type cars used for daily transportation as well as heavily modified vehicles used for racing purposes only. Several National Series offer top level competition from across the country. The ProSolo Series features two cars on a side-by-side drag-strip start, leading to separate mirror-image courses. National Tours, Divisional competition and the National Solo Championship, which attracts 1200+ drivers each year, round out competition levels for everyone.
Why race a BMW M3? The M3 has proven itself to be a winning race car in national level autocrossing, as well as professional road racing. It's suspension geometry, weight distribution, braking capability, smooth power, and overall quality make this car perfect for autocrossing, track events, and road racing. The M3 truly is The Ultimate Driving Machine!