After completing in one autocross event last summer, I was hooked. With over 30 cars entering, I was in 10th. With just a few wrx's, gt500, 2013 BOSS,AE87 and a built 67' Fastback in front of me. Using the pax times, it lowered me to 15th. My excuse was the car was setup for drag racing/ drag radials. It looks like the first autocross was a success, with a projection of 5-6 events this summer. With a few event hopefully being held on a runway. Originally my Mach was setup for dd/drag racing, which was only 3-4 trips a summer out to the strip. This winter I decided to go balls to the wall suspension/tires/brakes for autocross. If your not first, your last mentality. Brake upgrades: Was....Stock front 13"rotors/2 pistons, 10.5 rear rotors to make room for my old 15x10 Prostars New....New rotors all the way around 13's in the front, Mach 11.7's in rear, Baer Brakes: 4701000B 6 pistons for the front. matching Baer pads front and rear & braided lines. Tire upgrade: Last summer I was running 555r's275/40r17's on stock Mach 17x8 rims, and just 555's 245/45r17's on the front. After checking reviews after reviews on tire rack, I decided to go for track times not nvh or ride quality. I picked up 2 spare 17x9's for the 555r's when I wanna have some highway fun/ possibly hit the strip. But mainly upgraded to Dunlop D2's 245/45r's on stock Mach 17x8 rims. Suspension upgrade: Already having some typical drag racing suspension parts, steeda rear upper and lower control arms, MM sub frame connectors. A few summers ago, the front end lost a bunch of weight.... Fr500 intake, dropped the a/c compressor, lines,condensor, lost all the shaker stuff and went with a H/O fibertrend hood. With the weight lost, which caused the front end to gain over an inch in height. So being cheap at the time, I went with MM 250lbs coilovers/ control arms and cc plates. The alignment was bang on, drove great.... Just like stock. New upgrades: I threw the MM catalog at the car. K member, front and rear coilovers, MM2 race series dampers, panhard bar, bump steer kit, reused last years MM tubular control arms, solid steering shaft, urethane motor/transmission mounts, solid rack bushings, 03/04 CC plates running 12" 400lbs spring in the front & 9" 275lbs rear springs. Along with Donovan's racing front bumper support, Flordia 5.0 radio delete, rear amp delete, rear seat delete.... Pictures to come.