Solo Nationals Autocross Tips from 5 Time Solo Nationals Champ and 5 Time ProSolo class winner David Fauth

This is a great talk by David Fauth on how to approach Solo Nationals from which course to walk first to how aggressive to be. He picked up autocross tips from his experience as well as from other champions like Bob Tunnell.

David has 5 Solo Nationals Class Championships to go along with 5 Pro Solo Class Championships.

He has autocrossed Dodge Neons, Acura Integra Type R’s, BMW 3 series in DSP and FSP and is currently in CM.

I learned a lot from him since he lived and raced here in Denver when I began (even bought my first Integra after talking to him about is – and seeing how fast they could be).

Let us know what you learned and any Solo Nationals Autocross tips you have to share.

John Hunter is a National Champion as well as a Nationals Course designer a coach and much more

John Hunter is your 2013 CSP National Champion and has 9 trophies at Nationals in all.

Although his first daily driver car was a CRX SI he started autocrossing in a mild…super mildly prepped CSP Miata.

He has stepped it up and is racing with Ron Ver Mulm (www.RSRacing.com) is his beautiful Camaro. Talk about a fast car.

John started racing in 2001. He has raced Miatas, CRX, an STI, and now the Camaro.

He is a coach at the starting line schools and evo schools.

He also played “a ton of Grand Turismo”.

John had a great way to think of weight transfer and we talk about Roll over vs. Lean over.

He limits his course walks to three.

He was surprised how good the late 80s 300 zx was on an autocross course (so keep your eye out for one ;).

He wanted to thank BlackArmorHelmets.comhttps://www.scca.com/pages/starting-line
Evo School

Hope you enjoy it!

John Hunter Autocross CSP Miata
John Hunter Autocross CSP Miata

John Hunter SCCA Autocross
John Hunter SCCA Autocross