About this event
50+ only! Clockwise in the morning and counter-clockwise in the afternoon! Lunch included!
MassTuning TrackFest 2021 Schedule: www.MSReg.com/TrackFest
A day of educational, high performance driving! No timed racing, no trophies. Simply a focus on safety and fun on a legal road course.
This track day is open to all, including novices in regular street cars. Drivers must be comfortable driving solo and following standard track protocols. Everyone will have two 3hr open sessions totaling 6 hours of available track time.
Instructors will be available for lead/follow exercises as well as in-car instruction if both student and instructor are comfortable. Windows must be down. Beginners with limited to no track experience are given priority for instruction.
The event is rain or shine and will be entirely outdoors. Prepare for any possible weather conditions. No cost for onsite camping but anyone interested must arrive the night prior between 7pm and 9pm.
Guests are welcome. Food concessions should be open but be prepared for alternative plans. Drink water prior to the event and stay hydrated.
Video by DanFPV of 2020 TrackFests at Canaan Motor Club: https://vimeo.com/484037785
TrackFest Form.pdf (paper copies will be available onsite)
Canaan Registration: $249/day (spots are limited and do sell out!)
Optional Helmet Rental: $25/day (first come, first serve and includes purchase of brand new balaclava)
8:00am - 9:00am – Check-In & Tech Inspection
9:30am – Drivers Meeting
10:00am - 1:00pm – Open Track (CW)
1:00pm – Lunch Break
2:00pm - 5:00pm – Open Track (CCW)
CDC guidelines must be followed at all times.
Lastly if you'd like to socialize online about this track day and other upcoming TrackFests, feel free to join us on Facebook: www.fb.com/groups/TrackFest
Valid driver's license and closed toe shoes are required. Short pants and short sleeve shirts are allowed.
Drivers must attend the morning driver's meeting. Make prior arrangements with the event organizer in advance if you absolutely can not make it.
Be alert and pay attention to all flaggers and track officials. If you do not, you will be sent off track. Repeat offenses will result in being ejected from the track.
At all times and in all run groups, passing is done only with point-bys and only in designated passing zones.
If your car is considered to be too loud, you will be given a warning and asked to either make physical changes to your exhaust or your driving by upshifting earlier to keep RPMs low. This mostly applies to straight-piped, naturally aspirated cars. Silencer inserts can be purchased here: www.carchemistry.com/silencer-insert
If a mechanical failure occurs, pull off the driving line and pavement as quickly as possible in a safe manner.
Keep the facility clean. We operate on a carry in, carry out policy. You are responsible for all of your belongings and trash.
All spills must be cleaned IMMEDIATELY.