Motorsports Boot Camp Starts In
Monday 3 July 2023
Registration for 2023 is open
until 16 June 2023
The mission of Motorsports Bootcamp is to combat serious injuries or death of Active Military service members by providing important skills through a blend of classroom, parking lot drills, and closed course training.
Learn to control your vehicle
Bring yourself, your car or motorcycle and let us do the rest! Our experienced mentors will work with you to help you apply what was previously taught book knowledge and apply it at speed in a controlled environment.
Do you have Questions?
A list of frequently asked questions to help you understand how this works.
1. Do I have to provide my own motorcycle or car?
Yes. You must provide your own bike or car and it must be prepared a particular way to be eligible to be allowed on the track. See our participant requirements for “Motorcycles” and “Cars” for details.
Trucks, SUVs and Vans are not authorized due to liability and insurance restrictions.
2. Do I need to have any special gear?
Yes. You need to bring your own safety gear. The gear you need will depend on if you plan to bring a car or motorcycle to the event. See our participant requirements for “Motorcycles” and “Cars” for details.
3. What does Motorsports Bootcamp cost?
Nothing! The event is free to eligible participants who are current active military. See Terms and Conditions or question 5 below for details.
4. How do I prepare my motorcycle or car for use on the track?
We have details on how to achieve this our participant requirements for “Motorcycles” and “Cars” for details.. This prep will vary depending on if you will be using a car or motorcycle for the event.
5. Who is eligible to participate in the bootcamp?
Must be Active Military Armed Forces and possess an active Armed Forces of the United States Geneva Conventions Common Access Card (CAC)
The term “Active Military” means—
- Full-time duty in the Armed Forces
- Drilling members of the Reserve Component
The term “Armed Forces” means—
- the United States Army,
- Navy, Marine Corps,
- Air Force, and
- Coast Guard,
- including the reserve components thereof.
The term “Reserve Component” means, with respect to the Armed Forces—
- the Army Reserve
- the Navy Reserve
- the Marine Corps Reserve
- the Air Force Reserve
- the Coast Guard Reserve
- the Army National Guard of the United States
- the Air National Guard of the United States
Who is not eligible:
– Inactive Ready Reserve (IRR)
– Inactive National Guard (ING)