The Lotus Evora and Porsche 911 were our cars for this station. With one mid-engine and one rear-engine car, you'll get a feel for the different dynamics of both designs, though both are excellent representatives of their type. You'll get many passes around the course in both cars over the two days, though you may never get it quite perfect. It's surprisingly challenging if you've never done it before.
There's a lot going on all at once here, and on the first day you may not see much improvement, but even experienced drivers will likely be surprised how much difference a day of instruction makes when they attack the autocross on day two. You'll feel more confident, you'll be smoother, and you'll more easily and consistently approach the limits of the car and the course.
Coming in part two...
In the next segment we'll cover the threshold braking and emergency lane change elements, and in part three, we'll finish off with the slalom, road course, and conclusion.