Ah, I see. You don't have to worry about that Miriam. Rally crossing, like auto crossing, are solo timed races. That means that you're pretty much by yourself on the course for your run. Your place is determined by adding up all of your timed runs. No other cars will be side by side with you. Rally cross is done on a unpaved surface while auto cross is the paved version. Course is set up on a pretty much level dirt surface with cones marking the course is layout. Both types of races are meant for drivers to find their driving capabilities and the capabilities of their vehicles. You don't really have to be competitive but just have fun as alot of people will be beginners as well. Some of them are also in it just for fun while others are using it as a learning experience for the more advanced races. Plus, you don't just stand around waiting to race as well. To keep costs down, racers are supposed to work the races. That means you could be doing the timing, helping set up the cones that may have been knocked down on the course, etc. I think it'd be a fun learning experience for us Ravers so hopefully more will join up.