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In Europe Autocross is car racing on a race track with unsealed surface (dirt, gravel or soil).

Start of a final of the 2004 German Autocross Championship round at the Estering at Buxtehude

Cars compete against the clock, and start at the same time. A well attended international series is the FIA European Championship for Autocross Drivers.

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FIA European Autocross Championship

The FIA European Autocross Championship is a racing competition held on natural terrain circuits with unsealed surfaces ranging from 800 to 1,400 meters in length. Up to 10 cars race simultaneously in qualifying heats, followed by two semi-finals and a final race. It features different categories for "buggies," including SuperBuggy, Buggy1600, and JuniorBuggy. Events also host rounds of the FIA European Cross Car Championship and FIA Cross Car Academy Trophy for younger drivers aged between 13 and 16 years old.[1]


A 2007 autocross competition at Circuito de Arteixo, Spain

Autocross started in the end of the 1940s in the United Kingdom as a club competition. It took until 1968 when the first Autocross event was staged in continental Europe (Austria). In 1976 the FIA created standardized Autocross rules and started a European Autocross cup for specialized cross cars. In 1979 a cup for touring cars was added. In 1981 both categories were promoted to be a European Championship for Autocross Drivers.

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  1. ^ "European Autocross Championship". 22 January 2015.

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