NASA at Sebring International Raceway
NASA - Florida Region
If you are new to NASA FL please email email@example.com before registering so you can be cleared or licensed for a particular run group based on prior training and experience, otherwise you will automatically be placed in HPDE1 or on a waiting list. Jim will want to see your driving history in as much detail as possible; please also list this in your profile.
A limited number of Saturday-only entries may be available as the event gets closer to known safe participants in HPDE2 and above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. If you are new to us you must run both days for evaluation â€“ regardless of experience or skill level, one day entries will not be accepted if you have not run with NASA FL before. You will also need to register for both days if it is your first weekend in a higher run group, if you need a check ride for whatever reason, or plan to move to a higher run group - so you can be observed and evaluated properly.
Pit Lane Garage Stalls are now open only to cars registered in the event and are only available for an additional fee when you register below. A garage stall is NOT included with an event entry so please do not park in one unless you have reserved it. Garages are free for registered instructors, please email email@example.com if you are a registered instructor who needs one.
If the group you want to register for is on Waiting List status below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org first. Sorry, there is no more "holding" of spots without a Waiting List registration below. If you are cleared to sign up for a Waiting List entry below, it usually means we are pretty sure we have a spot for you. If not, your Waiting List entry will automatically be applied to the next Sebring event.
If you have an instructor request or anything else to tell us, please put it in the additional comments field when you register below so you don't have to send us an email later with the same info.
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Please read everything at all these links BEFORE signing up below:
Registration details (i.e. all the info that used to be on this page): http://www.drivenasafl.com/sebring/sebring-registration-details/
General event instructions (where to go, what to do, track specific details): http://www.drivenasafl.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/sebring2016info.pdf
This event's specific weekend schedule and entry list: http://www.drivenasafl.com/scheduleresults/sebring/
National CCR (rulebook) and competition series rules: http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules
Florida regional supplemental CCR: http://www.drivenasafl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/NASAFLCCR16.pdf
Entry cancellation policy: http://www.drivenasafl.com/contact-us/cancellation-policy/
Current promos/discounts/specials: http://www.nasaforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=53674
Frequently asked questions: http://www.drivenasafl.com/faq/
Still need an answer? Please contact us: http://www.drivenasafl.com/contact-us/
Thanks very much and see you at the track!