About this event
Open Track Day is a unique program presented by Utah Motorsports Campus that allows enthusiasts to drive their street or race-prepared car at speed on our world-class racetrack in a non-competitive environment. Previous on-track experience required.
- SAFETY FIRST!!
- Staffed with expert corner workers, medical and safety teams.
- Almost any modern street car and fully-prepared competition race cars are also welcome.
- Minimum requirements: a safe car in excellent mechanical condition, and a SNELL approved helmet.
- ALL cars must have numbers on both sides of the vehicle.
- Mandatory drivers meeting to review the safety rules of the track and expectations.
We are offering 2 run groups: INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
Intermediate: Experience level requirements, at least 6+ track days or HPDE Level 2 or 3. Drivers that have substantial experience on the track. Drivers at this level have received numerous days of in-car coaching/on-track instruction. The driver has been signed off by an instructor to run as Intermediate. Passing requires a point-by signal, and passing zones are unrestricted.
Advanced: Experience level requirements, HPDE Level 4 or higher. Our top classification includes drivers with years of experience and thousands of laps at numerous different tracks. The driver's road course skills and traffic management are instinctive. The driver has superior situational awareness and is capable of multi-tasking at a very high level. Heel/Toe downshift technique is second nature. Drivers at this level are comfortable with side-by-side conditions, safely passing through corners, driving off-line, and promptly yielding to faster traffic. No Point by Necessary and passing zones are unrestricted.
The UMC Open Track Day will be a self-tech event. Participants are required to download the Tech Form, fill it out and turn it in at the Drivers Meeting on the day of your event. Safety is our highest priority, and it should be yours, too. You are responsible to insure that your car is safe for the sake of yourself and other participants.
Download Tech Form here: SELF TECH INSPECTION FORM:)
All UMC Open Track Day participants are required to wear an approved helmet while on track.
Car helmets (SA) must have DOT/SNELL ratings. Helmets cannot be older than 2010. Dirt bike/Motorcycle helmets (M) will not be allowed. (The SA standard requires a flammability test; the M standard does not.) If you do not have a helmet, you can rent one from us for $25/day.
Convertibles are prohibited, unless they are equipped with factory-installed rollover protection, or approved aftermarket rollover protection.
Arrival Time and Requirements
Check-in at Classroom 4, between 12:00 – 1:00 pm to get the appropriate wristband and sticker for your run group before entering the track.
Afternoon session only, Check-in at Classroom 4, between 4:00pm – 5:00pm to get the appropriate wristband and sticker for you run group before entering track.
Attend the mandatory driver's meetings in outside classroom 4 at 12:45pm
Drivers MUST have wristband and sticker in order to get on track.
Late check-ins will not be allowed on track until after a briefing with Track Operations Management.
Track goes hot from 1pm - 8pm
Other Rules and Regulations
All participants MUST wear a helmet
Drones, or any kind of airborne photo/video platforms or machines, are not allowed.
No passengers allowed
Open to all licensed drivers
Participants are required to wear closed-toe shoes.
Standing on mechanics wall or hot pit wall is not allowed.
Anyone under the age 16 are NOT allowed in the hot pits
Drivers are responsible for any damage to the track property
Drivers understand that they assume the risk for any damage they may cause to their vehicle
UMC reserves the right to refuse track time to anyone at their discretion. Participants who are unsafe on track and/or fail to follow event rules will be asked to leave and will forfeit their entry fee.
***Minors are required to have parents accompany them to the event to fill out the Minor Waver Form, OR print out the form online and have your parents get the document notorized***