Talon person, I am glad you are showing an interest in a passion that many of us here share. Here is a link to how Solo/AutoX "works" that includes links to more sites: http://www.soloracer.com/autoxguide.html
I do not speak for the club nor have I been to meetings (or solos, for that matter) recently and I do not know what the schedule will be for this event, but I would plan on being on site at 8am so you can ask questions about what to do and walk the course with some people who have done this a few times. You will find (in spite of the negatives that have been on this forum recently) that the people who do this are generally pleasant and willing to help out a fellow competetor. Do not be shy about asking for help.
Sometimes there is a vendor on site to sell food, but sometimes there is not. You will be there until at least mid-afternoon, so plan accordingly. Typically there are only two "heat", so you will run one heat and work another (everyone works who runs). There is time between heats to wolf down a sandwich, but usually not enough to run into Auburn for a Big Muck. Also plan for the weather. Mid-October at Kruse can mean an Indian Summer 75 deg. sunny day or it can mean a 40 deg pissing rain. We run no matter what (except when there is lightning or severe weather). Make sure your car is sound mechanically; the tech inspection is for safety, not rules infringement. Make sure your battery is tight (bungie cords are generally frowned upon), the brake pedal is firm (not spongy), your throttle returns, no missing wheel studs/lug nuts, no sloppy wheel bearings, no corded tires and no loose objects (other than the driver) inside the cabin. I'm sure George, Steve and/or Mavis can add to my list if I missed anything.
By the way, this is not as easy as and is more intense than most people think. Experience and seat time count for alot, so do not be discouraged if you show up in a fast car that you know how to drive well and cannot hang with the top half of the field. Be happy to be out there and strive to improve with each run.
Now it is time to do the job I get paid for. Good luck..