Tech Inspection Form
Tech inspection is something all drivers must take their cars through before being allowed on the track. This is done ahead of the event and you will need to have a tech fill out the inspection form we provide. A link to that form can be found below on this page.
If you do not have the knowledge or experience to inspect your own vehicle, we suggest you have it inspected by a qualified mechanic. They will need to check things like the braking system, suspension and steering systems, drivetrain and other things to make sure the car is mechanically ready for use on the track.
Driver Gear Requirements
- Proper helmets are required for all on track sessions. Helmets need to be Snell rated 2010 or newer. If you don’t have your own we will have some that you can borrow.
- Long sleeved shirt and pants (made of cotton are preferred but not required). Shorts and t-shirts are allowed in street cars. Driving suits are required in race cars.
- Closed toe shoes (thin sole are best)
Car Equipment Requirements
- Take your car to be inspected before the event and bring your tech form with you to the at-track registration.
- Make sure you have filled your car’s fuel tank full and insure you have at least ½ a tank of gas before your second driving session, if scheduled. Do not go out for a driving session with less than ½ a tank, your car can fuel starve around the corners as your tank gets closer to ¼.
- All cars that drive on track need to have identifying numbers on each side. The numbers should be 10 to 12 inches tall. You can use blue painters tape, or have vinyl numbers cut prior to the event. You can select your number, as long as it is not 0, 1, 11, 111, 2, 22, 3, 5, 55, 7, 07, 77, 777.
Driver Experience Requirements
If you are new to the sport of High Performance Driving we have instructors available, that will help you learn the ins and outs of driving on a racetrack from your passenger seat.
Driver Eligibility Requirements
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)
All participants must digitally sign release waivers after registration to participate in the event.