About this event
Join us at Virginia International Raceway's FULL COURSE for HPDE Intermediate SOLO drivers, Advanced drivers, Racers, Time Trial drivers, Instructors, and Experienced Club Members are welcome only on May 5th from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Limited enrollment to allow maximum track time. Three Run Groups
Only $499.00 per driver!!!
Up to 3.5hrs of track time!!
Arrival: Drivers may arrive on the evening of Thursday May 4th at 6:30pm.
Tech/Registration will be available Thursday evening 6:30PM-7:30PM and Friday morning 7:15AM-9AM
Please bring the below filled out Self-Tech form with you to Tech.
Lodging at VIR is available. Call 434-822-7700 ext 300 or visit the website at: https://virnow.com/lodging/
SCHEDULE (subject to change)
Thursday May 4th
6:30 PM Gates open for those participating on May 5th
7:00 PM Tech and Registration Open at the Tech Table
8:00 PM Tech and Registration Close
Friday May 5th
6:30 AM – 7:45 AM Tech/ Registration/Check-in
7:45 AM - 8:15AM ALL HANDS MEETING - REQUIRED!
Intermediate- Designated passing zones only – Point by Required.
"Intermediate" drivers are those who have participated in at least 5+ HPDE track days and have been "signed off" by an instructor as SOLO. Passing other cars in Intermediate is only allowed in certain areas, depending on the track, after the driver of the lead car signals.
Advanced- Open passing anywhere – Point by Required.
"Advanced" are those who have participated in at least 15+ track days and have been "signed off" by an instructor for multiple tracks. Passing other cars in Advanced is allowed anywhere on the track, but only after the driver of the lead car signals acknowledging the pass.
Unrestricted Advanced– Open passing anywhere – No point by required.
1) Current race License from approved sports car racing sanctioning organization OR:
2) Experienced driver with 50+ days track experience.
Helmet / Clothing Specifications
Helmet Requirement - SA2015 or newer, NO DOT or motorcycle helmets permitted.
HANS devices, fireproof clothing, shoes, and gloves are recommended.