About this event
Due to the soaring success of our previous TARGA Driving Events and Track Days, we're back. Come drive your car in a controlled environment. Driving on track removes the variables of spirited driving on public roads. Without having to worry about pedestrians, law enforcement, and wildlife (aside from an occasional rattlesnake), we get to focus driving. Our track days are made to explore our car's handling capabilities, acceleration and braking thresholds, and driving skill, in a safe environment; more appropriately, in a FUN environment.
Gates open at 7:00 a.m. and gates close at 6:00 p.m. After registration, we hold a track orientation and introduction for those new to ORP. This also includes driving laps around the track with a lead car to better understand the layout. Bill, at ORP, is an amazing resource and though you may have driven the track numerous times, he's always good for a couple pearls of wisdom. Following the drivers meeting, the track goes live.
Sunday April 18, 2021: All abilities are welcome! We split the drivers into three run groups. Groups run 20 minutes sessions from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and with an open track the last hour until 5:00 p.m. There is an hour break midday where track goes cold. You are welcome to camp/trailer and arrive the night prior with approval (dry camping only).
Drivers will be placed into three categories:
Novice - 0-2 Track Days Experience: The Novice's focus will be getting familiar with driving and etiquette on track. There will be parameters to ensure safety, including limited passing area by point-by only. We try to keep this as comfortable as possible for new drivers.
Intermediate - 3-9 Track Days Experience: This group's focus will be improving fluidity of driving, improved lines on track, and the like.
Advanced - 10+ Track Days Experience: This group works on fine-tuning, and improved lap times/lines.
Instruction: Targa offers private instruction. Our professional driving instructors are recommended to us, and certified by ORP. Add this to your track day to provide personal training, and in-depth track knowledge.
Driven on track but never been to ORP? Or, feel like you need to touch up your skills? A One Run Session of instruction is a great fit. One Run Session instruction will be scheduled on a first come first serve basis. Available Sunday only.
Never been on track before? Want to maximize personal driving development through the course of the day? Achieve that through an instructor for one Full Day. Available Sunday or Monday.
Requirements: Safety is our primary concern. You will bring your own vehicle. It may be a daily-driver, modified street car, or fully-prepped racer. Cars must be in good condition.
All participants will submit a self-certifications technical inspection form that assures compliance with ORP regulation. The Tech Checklist can be read here.
For more information on car requirements and/or track rules please contact us.
We run rain or shine. Limited spaces are available. Upon registration, we’ll follow up with further details.
Dry camping is available and facilites are open.
For more information about Oregon Raceway Park, please visit www.oregonraceway.com
To register, you can also visit www.targanorthamerica.com
We'd love for you to join us!
Safety is our primary concern. You will bring your own vehicle. It may be a daily-driver, modified street car, or fully-prepped racer. Cars must be in good condition. Track Day requirements include (but are not limited to):
Adequate tire tread
Proper tire inflation
Loose items removed
No cracks in window in drivers view
Seat belts in good condition and working order
Driver and passenger seats secure
Brake lights functional
The battery needs to be mechanically secured to the car and positive terminal properly covered
The helmet requirement is Snell SA2005 or Snell M2005, or newer
Roll bar (convertibles)
Eye protection (convertibles)
All participants will submit a self-certifications technical inspection form that assures compliance with ORP regulations. ORP does not provide a formal inspection process to determine the compliance status of the vehicle. ORP does not provide a formal inspection process to determine the compliance status of the vehicle. If, however, after consultation with presenter, a participant fails, or refuses, to complete and sign the form, or, by obvious appearance of the vehicle, participant has falsely claimed compliance, ORP management will have cause to, and will, deny access. Please review the Self Certification Technical Checklist prior to registration. The Tech Checklist can be read here.
I hereby certify that all information supplied is correct and that I have registered for the correct group based on my prior on-track experience.
I understand that it is my responsibility to ensure that my vehicle is in satisfactory condition, especially all safety equipment, for the rigors of high performance driving on a racetrack.