About this event
A full weekend of high performance driving!
Las Vegas Region - SCCA is holding a Time Trials/Track Event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway!
The event will be held on the Outside Road Course, their 2.4-mile, original configuration.
This layout can be seen by clicking this Link
Early Bird Entry Fee: $200 Ends Jan 1st, 2024
Track Event/Time Trial Fee: $220
Payment is due at the time of registration. You will be charged immediately once you have registered.
This event is limited to the first 100 participants, so sign up early!
SCCA Membership (but not an SCCA license) is required,
weekend memberships are available for $20 during registration
For assistance with procuring an annual membership please email our LVSCCA Registrar
Passengers... unfortunately NO Passengers for this event.
This is a combination Time Trial and Track Event which means you can choose to remain
non-timed/unofficial or enter into Time Trial classing and be a part of the competition portion.
Visit SCCA Time Trials Classing Assistant if you do not know what class your car is in.
If you choose not to partake in the Time Trials portion and just want to make it a lapping day, please choose (Exhibition) under the class drop-down when registering.
If you have trouble figuring out your class to participate in the Time Trial, please email LVSCCA Registrar for assistance in getting properly placed.
Since this event is a BYOTD (Bring Your Own Timing Device) it’s important to remember that there are no Track Transponders available for rent and you cannot bring your own. That being said, you can use any GPS-based timing device/app
Examples of these include but are not limited to:
- HotLap (Our Personal Favorite)
- Track Addict
- Harry’s Laptimer
- AiM SOLO
- Garmin Catalyst
Run Group Structure:
Novice: Generally 0-2 days track experience, or anyone with more experience but not yet as comfortable on track. The session includes a lead-follow familiarization lap in the first session to familiarize with the track/safety protocol and session-by-session instructor meetings to help with questions and feedback throughout the event. Point by passing based on group progression, generally front and back straight.
Intermediate: Generally 2-4 days track experience, or anyone with more experience but not yet as comfortable on track. Point-by passing on front and back straights.
Intermediate/Advanced: Generally 4-10 days track experience. Point-by passing on all straights.
Advanced: Generally 10+ days track experience. Point-by passing still mandatory, but may be taken anywhere on track.
The schedule may be adjusted closer to the event date as we balance our entires and run groups, but there will be four run sessions per group.
Drivers meetings between 7:30 AM and 8:00AM, first cars out between 8:15 AM and 8:30AM, finishing by 4:30PM, but is subject to change.
Do you know who the backbone of our events are? Track Staff!
Although we do pay our track staff, you can donate to our Track Staff Bonus Fund
If you'd like to donate to our track workers we will match 100% of your donation!
* At the time of registration enter your desired donation amount and Donations will be processed after the event is over *
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Drivers - Full refund for cancellations received on or before 01/05/24.
A credit towards one of our future track day events between 01/06/24 and 01/16/24.
No refunds or credits for cancellations (for no-shows) after 01/16/24.
Our tech inspections are known as "self-tech", and is the standard way track day organizers handle inspections today. Essentially you follow a checklist of items to ensure that all requirements are met, and during registration you will certify that your car meets all the requirements
Tech forms will be available at the event but you are welcome to print out and fill them out on your own
SCCA TT TechForm
Some vehicle tech requirements are as follows:
- Convertibles without factory rollover protection must have a rollbar OR a hardtop. ie. Miatas (all generations) need to have either a hardtop or an aftermarket rollbar. S2000s only need the factory rollover protection
- If your car has any of the following features, take your car to Tech for Tech Signoff
- Aftermarket Seat
- Aftermarket Seat Belts/Harnesses
- Roll Bar/Cage
- Non-DOT Windshield
LVRSCCA reserves the right to refuse a vehicle to be driven on track, if the vehicle is deemed unsafe and does not follow the safety requirements. Drivers who have a vehicle that is declared unsafe will not be issued a refund if their vehicle is unable to pass tech.
(A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOANER HELMETS ARE AVAILABLE - PLEASE PROVIDE WHAT SIZE YOU NEED DURING REGISTRATION)
A. Helmets meeting at least one of the following standards must be worn while on track (Note: ECE helmets are no longer allowed as of 2023):
1. All helmets meeting the latest or two immediately preceding Snell Foundation standards (SA2020, M2020, EA2016, SA2015, SA2010, SAH2010, M2015, M2010)
2. SFI standards 31.1, 41.1, 31.1A, 31.2A, 41.1A, 41.2A;
4. FIA standards 8859-2015, 8860-2010, 8860-2004;
5. British spec BS6658-85 type A are acceptable.
B. Full face shall be worn in an open vehicles without windshields. (e.g. sports racer, exoskeleton kit-cars) Face shield, goggles, or similar face protection (conventional eyeglasses are not sufficient) shall be worn while competing in any other vehicle with less than the standard-size windshield.
For maximum protection, helmets must fit securely and should provide adequate peripheral vision. The chin strap must be securely fastened.
You can also visit GummyGrip to purchase a helmet as well.
Thanks to our sponsor Gummy Grip Las Vegas for continuing to support LVRSCCA.