|Carl Baily||11.139||126.72||SVT Cobra|
|Gordon Little||11.661||118.63||SVT Cobra|
|Carl Poleschner||12.314||113.2||SVT Cobra|
|Caleb Reschar||13.551||103.29||V6 (NOS)|
|DJ Grantham||15.233||91.43||6 Cylinder|
|George Forgeur||19.373||70.16||4 Cylinder|
Guidelines for Drag/Road Racing
- Wheel bearings tight
- Steering linkage tight
- Shocks / struts in good condition
- Metal / flexible brake lines in good
- No side wall cuts
- Wheel lugs tightened (torqued to spec)
- Rims in good condition (w/hubcaps removed)
- Proper tire pressure for track
- Battery secure
- Belts in good condition / free of cracks
- Electrical harness and relays secure
- Throttle linkage and return operational
- Oil and gas lines secure
- Coolant overflow catch can
- Brake fluid fresh and clear / recently flushed
- Brake system recently bled
- Sufficient brake pad/linings (pads w/50% material)
- Brake pedal firm
- Brake lights operational
- Rotors (front and rear) free of cracks
- Air cleaner/filter assembly secure
Bradenton Motorsports Park
If your car runs faster than:
13 seconds - Helmet is required.
12 seconds - Helmet and roll cage are required.
- The top must be up and secured properly.
- You must have a helmet regardless of what your car runs.
- You must have a roll cage if your car runs under 13 seconds.
- Closed-toe shoes with socks and long pants are preferred at some tracks, but are mandated at others.
Sebring International Raceway
NASA Pro Racing and HPDE on-track events
Watch some of the best road racers in America compete on the famed Sebring Raceway and participate in the HPDE courses. The HPDE consists of classroom and on-track time with a qualified instructor riding along in your car while you drive at speed (Levels 1-2 only)! Higher level and more experienced drivers can advance to levels 3-4 where you are doing everything but racing the other cars on track. Serious racers can apply for a competition license.
A list of requirements and costs for the events:
- Any car in good working order... (so long as you pass tech)!
- Join NASA: $45 (if you have an existing or NASA-sanctioned car club membership, such as INEX, you're fine)
- Pay entry fee: $299.00 for the day
- Have approved safety equipment (helmet)
- Pass technical inspection. If you don't pass tech, your entry fee will not be refunded! (can be run through pre-tech locally, check website for details) The table under Event Rules should be a good baseline to start with.
- Be dressed appropriately. No need for a firesuit and HANS, but you need to wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and closed-toe shoes.
- Have a state driver's license
- Knowledge of Club Codes and Regulations
- Seat belts in good working order
- Mufflers (depends on track policies)
- Convertibles require a 4 point roll bar