About this event
Welcome to ZCON 2021 Colorado Springs Motorsports Events!
Get ready for an amazing two days of events that will allow you to learn to drive your Z on a world class race track, autocross course and drag Strip. You will undoubtedly advance your skills and get a feel of what it was like in the glory days of Datsun/Nissan racing!
Day 1, Thursday 8.19.21, is a High Speed Driving Event at High Plains Raceway. The track is approximately 1:45 from the host hotel in Colorado Springs. HPDE, or High-Performance Driver Education, is an opportunity to work with experienced drivers and learn (safely) to drive on a race track. The day includes a variety of experience-level run-groups (Novice through Advanced) with emphasis on safety.
Day 2, Friday 8.20.21, A full day of fun at Pikes Peak International Raceway. You can participate in either, or both, of the two motorsports events as well as a low speed lapping of the oval. Located at the famous Pikes Peak International Raceway, you may participate in the Track Attack/Autocross and or the Drag Racing event. If you are only participating in the Oval Circuit Lapping you're not required to complete this form, and your ZCON registration will suffice.
We will be using Motorsportreg to classify and organize students, drivers, cars, instructors and schedules for these events. It is very important you complete this form to help us run a smooth, safe and enjoyable two days at High Plains and Pike Peaks Raceways.
ZCON registrants must complete a full ZCON 2021 registration at www.zcon.org prior to registering here at Motorsportreg. This is a third party application (MotorSportReg.com) in order to help us organize run-groups, communicate safety regulations and organize students with instructors.
Link to ZCON 2021 Registration:
When your ZCON 2021 full registration is completed please move forward with completing the event registration here at Motorsportreg.
All instructors registrations must be approved by the organization staff.
Please download and print the full event packet as well as the High Plains & Pikes Peak Raceways Rules Regulations and Information here:
This packet includes your tech form, medical form, additional waivers, track maps and other information pertaining to the event.
All forms must to be completed prior to the events, brought to ZCON registration at the host hotel and day of the event at the respective Motorsports parks. See full event packet link above for more details.
Questions please email the ZCON Motorsports team at ZCCAHPDE@GMAIL.COM
Helmets, Tech Inspection, Waivers and Damages, & Car Classes for Events
For all ZCON HPDE's we accept only SNELL SA 2015 and newer rated helmets. We DO NOT accept any M rated helmets, nor will we accept Snell rated helmets older than 2015.
All participants' cars must pass a vehicle inspection. The inspection can be performed at any dealer or at any independent shop with access to a car lift. The inspection form must be completed and signed by the mechanic. Your vehicle also must successfully undergo a second tech inspection the week of ZCON at the host hotel, in order to participate.
All participants, staff, and guests must sign the event insurance waiver at time of check-in. Everyone will be required to sign the track's waiver. Wristbands will be issued when the waiver(s) are signed and must be worn at all times while on track property.
Participants are responsible for any and all costs associated with cleanup or repair to the facility caused by their vehicle and must be paid day of event. Participants are also responsible for damage to other participants vehicles caused by any tech gear or other improperly secured parts.
For more specific information please see the full event packet
HPDE Car Classes
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced & Instructor
Track Attack/Autocross Classes
The PPIR Track Attack/Autocross will be comprised of nine (9) classifications of cars. The classifications are as follows; Rear Wheel Drive A, Rear Wheel Drive B, Front Wheel Drive A, Front Wheel Drive B, All Wheel Drive A, All Wheel Drive B, GT, Xtreme and SS. The designation of A and B in each respective group is determined by vehicle power to weight ratio. Any car with a power to weight ratio of less than 9.0 pounds per horsepower will be placed into GT class (given that the car meets specific GT Class rules). Any car with a power to weight ratio between 9.01 and 12.0 pounds per horsepower will be placed into A class (given that the car meets specific A Class rules). Any car with a power to weight ratio between 12.01 and 16.0 pounds per horsepower will be placed into B class (given that the car meets specific B Class rules). Any car with a power to weight ratio above 16.01 pounds per horsepower will be placed in SS class (given that the car meets specific SS Class rules). There will be an Xtreme run group at each event for vehicles that do not meet the eligibility rules for any of the above classes.
For more information on the Track Attack/Autocross at Pikes Peak Please visit the web site:
Drag Race Classes
Same as Track Attack/Autocross