So you want to get on track...
What is required?

 - Pre-registration is required

 - Safe street legal or purpose built car

 - Convertibles require factory or supplemental roll protection, contact us for more information

 - Snell M or Snell SA 2010, 2015, or 2020 rated helmet (open or closed faced)

 - Vehicle numbers, magnetic or vinyl numbers preferred, but masking tape also works

 - Good attitude, ready to learn!

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 - tire pressure gauge and basic hand tools

 - extra fluids (oil, coolant, brake fluid, etc)

 - upgraded brake fluid 

 - long pants and long sleeved cotton shirt

 - dress for the weather, we run rain or shine

 - consider volunteering or spectating if you are want to get your feet wet before diving in

What is recommended?

What should I expect when I arrive at the track?

 - arrive at the track when the gates open

 - check in at registration early, ask any questions you may have

 - fill out tech form, have inspector check anything in red on tech form

 - pay attention in driver's meeting, introduce yourself to lead instructor

 - classroom session before going on track

 - first few mins of first session are usually paced laps to learn the track and racing line

 - classroom sessions follow each on track session, coaches will help you get through the rest of the day!

 - have fun!

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Vehicle Eligibility

Minimum vehicle requirements to run

RULES OF THE TRACK

Basic track rules, the flags and what they mean

SAFETY RULES

Basic safety and vehicle requirements, convertible rule protection requirements

TECH FORM

Individual vehicle inspection, tech inspector reviews all items in read

CLASSING

Where does my car compete? Find out based off vehicle type and modifications