Khanacross runs in a similar format to a Motorkhana however the competitive sections (tests) are longer and faster (watch the video above). Junior drivers can start straight into these events with no problems at all.
Our Khanacrosses are run on dirt only. Drivers need to start and stop in a garage (marked by traffic cones) and follow the correct route around each test. Knocking down a course marker or going the wrong direction will result in a time penalty.
Each test may traverse man made or natural landscape and can have straights up to 100m long before a bend. KX can also run into the dark (we call them Twilight Khanacross).
Many KX tests can be run during an event and often two or more tests can run at the same time, depending on entry numbers.
Only one driver races on each test at a time (with no passenger) and is timed by stop watch.
The winner has the fastest overall time across all tests with the little or no time penalties.
Car Requirements: Car needs to be mechanically sound without major damage and have correctly functioning seats and seat belts. Car must have an in date 1kg fire extinguisher (with metal bracket) which is bolted in. NB: Extinguishers must have been manufactured or re-certified within the last 3 years. Date is stamped into extinguisher body. A normal road car is suitable to use, however we do not recommend lowered vehicles. To aid with traction, many competitors fit mud/snow or rally tyres. The vehicle does not need to be road licensed.
Driver Requirements: If you have a AASA racing license, CAMS NS (or higher) or AASA Day License you can race. A requirement of neck to wrist to ankle clothing (AKA long shirt and long pants) with covered shoes and a compliant helmet is also required. Drivers from as young as 12 years old may compete and multiple drivers may use the same car.