Last year, in 2022, Interior Rally Sport Association in partnership with The Squamish Brackendale Rally Cross Club ran the longest and most diverse RallyX championship in BC history. (results here) This year, we welcome one more club into the mix – Speedy Goat Motorsport Club. This adds 2 double header weekends of racing on the ice at Barnes Lake!
The championship kicks off on January 14th in beautiful Ashcroft, BC. In spring and early summer SBRCC runs the next five events at Pemberton Speedway. The final five are run by IRSA in fall and early winter at the Thunder Mountain Raceway in Kelowna.
Each event you participate in will give you points based on the results (see the chart below). 8 best results will be added up to make the final score. (Only two of the Ice events will be used). Note that double headers constitute two different races and results.
To participate in the championship, just show up and race in one of the BCRXC events.
You can purchase a special set of door number decals. Anyone who chooses to buy the door stickers will be able to choose their own number and hold onto it for future seasons. If you don’t want to purchase a door sticker, a number will be assigned to you at the time of the event.
At the end of the championship, one driver from each class will be crowned as the BC RallyX Champion. The award ceremony will be held at the end of the last event in Kelowna, BC.
Competitors can participate in as few or as many events as they want/can. Only 8 best results count.
All three venues each have their own specific set of rules, so be sure to read through the supplementary regulations to avoid any issues on race day. See links for The Squamish Brackendale Rally Cross Club and Speedy Goat Motorsport Club at the bottom of the page.
There are two classes in the championship: AWD & 2WD
If any competitor wishes to compete in two different classes, it must be done at different events. Points will be awarded based on class and not overall points. RWD & FWD vehicle changes will be exempt from this rule as they both fall within 2WD class. *A decal reprint fee will be required anytime a new vehicle is registered to an existing BCRXC competitor*
At this time we will not be allowing side-by-side/UTV class to participate in the championship as the introduction of this class is still in its infancy and competitor numbers are expected to be lower for this class than for AWD & 2WD.