So, just finished up the AutoX event at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, WA. For $60, you get 12 runs (more at the end for fun if you want to, usually), a transponder for timing, a numbered sticker that you don't have to apply with tape or supply yourself (I particularly like this), actual time on a track (even if you have to navigate cones, its still track time), and you don't have to work cones on your off track time. Most places around here just give you three runs, make you work the course on your off time, require you to supply your own means to display your number, use the laser track timer that they threaten to make you pay for if you hit it, and most times are in an open concrete pad instead of a track. Evergreen even gave out trophies to the top three in each class (AWD, RWD, FWD). Kinda puts the other AutoX hosts to shame around here. Look out for more events in the future, as the season is just beginning.