Autocross in the snow is a fun way to spend the winterEnlarge Photo
If you've been out on the roads this winter, chances are you've seen some pretty stupid low-grip maneuvers. Don't you wish there were a safe environment where normal people could learn how to control their cars on snow and ice? There is such a place. It's at Road America.
Fortunately for those of us a bit more versed in the fine arts of driving, you can also go to the Road America winter autocross to show off your skills in your favorite boost buggy--or just hoon it up with whatever salt-laden rustbucket you use as a winter beater.
Unlike normal autocross, which appeals most directly to a hardcore cross-section of automotive nerds (your author included), snow autocross appears to have a much broader appeal, if the anchors of this Fox 6 Now news team are any indication.
At least until they find out they're going to have to spend four of their six hours chasing cones in the snow.
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