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Track days

Open Track Days At The FIRM

We welcome drivers of all experience levels to enjoy our track!

Open Track Days at The FIRM are the most fun you can legally have in your car!

Let’s cover a few of our most common questions:

  • No license is required, we are on private property.
  • Click here for our YOUTUBE CHANNEL of in car views of our track
  • We are closed to the public (for private events or discreet training) unless we are running Open Track.
  • Open track is only held on some Friday, Saturday or Sunday (depending on private events)
  • Prior experience is not required! The FIRM is excellent for first timers and experienced racers!
  • 20 Minute $100 Instruction session is required for all drivers who have not attended at least 5 track events.
  • We run RAIN or SHINE. No rain checks/no exceptions.
  • If your car is inoperable and you call 48 hours prior to the event we will issue a one-time courtesy credit good for 90 days.

Click here to see a schedule of Upcoming Events

Most Common New Track Driver Answers:

  • Must attend the mandatory driver’s meeting.
  • SA 2015 or Newer Helmet Required.  Motorcycle/DOT helmets are not permitted  *NO Exceptions*.
  • DOT 4 High Temp Brake Fluid and 60% Minimum Brake Pad.
  • 5/32 Inches Minimum Tire Tread.  Does not apply to slicks/track tires
  • No Cracked Windshields.
  • Helmets, Seatbelts and Close-Toed Shoes are required.
  • Long pants and long-sleeved shirts are recommended.
  • Passing is only allowed when your wheels are straight, and only when the driver being passed gives you a “point by” to indicate that they are prepared for you to pass them.
  • Driving off-course repeatedly, whether intentionally or unintentionally, may end your race day. Respect other drivers on track – we are not racing.
  • We run RAIN or SHINE. No rain checks/no exceptions.
  • Click here for more details of what most common make/model convertibles are allowed.
  • Must be 16 or up to be on track as a driver, co-driver or passenger.
  • Under 18 must have MINOR WAIVER everyone else a WAIVER.

The FIRM open track days attract a diverse group of drivers. So whether you’re an expert driver, or a novice still getting used to the world of motorsports, this is the perfect time to test your skills! We rotate groups of 9 cars on our 1.6 mile track, which means you get a lot of seat time, and a lot of room to improve your driving skills. Check out our track here.

Insurance & Liability Disclaimer: Check your insurance provider to determine if your vehicle is covered for track use or CLICK HERE for Track insurance quotes with Hagerty.

How to Register and Costs

Open Track Days on most FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Spectators, Guests and Crew Members are FREE!

$275 – Registration Fee or $250 if you register at least 3 days in advance
$100 – Private 20 Minute Instruction (required if this is your first hpde event ever)
$100 – Extra Driver Fee if you and another driver are sharing the car.
$35 – Rent Transponder or $25 to Link Personal Transponder
$25 – Passengers

$25 – To rent a Required SA-2015 or newer Helmet if you don’t own one.

Open Track Day Schedule

7:30 AM – Gates Open
8:00 AM – Vehicle Technical Inspection
8:45 AM – Mandatory Driver’s Meeting
9:00 AM-12:00 PM – Track Open
12:00 PM-1:00 PM – Track Closed (Lunch)
1:00 PM-4:00 PM – Track Open
5:00 PM – Gates Closed
*WE RUN RAIN OR SHINE (No Credits. No Refunds.)

FIRM events are subject to change based on Private Events. In rare cases OTD Events may be rescheduled and credits applied (no refunds).


Upcoming Events

Date Name Type  
Jul 13 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – July 13th Open Track Details
Jul 14 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – July 14th Open Track Details
Jul 19 The FIRM Friday Open Track – July 19th Open Track Register
Jul 20 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – July 20th Open Track Register
Jul 21 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – July 21st Open Track Register
Jul 27 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – July 27th Open Track Register
Jul 28 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – July 28th Open Track Register
Aug 2 The FIRM Friday Open Track – Aug 2th Open Track Register
Aug 4 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – Aug 4th Open Track Register
Aug 9 The FIRM Friday Open Track – Aug 9th Open Track Register
Aug 10 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – Aug 10th Open Track Register
Aug 11 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – Aug 11th Open Track Register
Aug 16 The FIRM Friday Open Track – Aug 16th Open Track Register
Aug 17 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – Aug 17th Open Track Register
Aug 18 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – Aug 18th Open Track Register
Aug 23 Hooked on Driving – Waivers & Helmet Rentals Open Track Register
Aug 25 The FIRM Sunday Open Track – Aug 25th Open Track Register
Aug 30 The FIRM Friday Open Track – Aug 30th Open Track Register
Aug 31 The FIRM Saturday Open Track – Aug 31st Open Track Register
Sep 22 Rally-X #3 at The FIRM – Sept 22 RallyCross Register
Oct 27 Rally-X #4 at The FIRM – October 27 RallyCross Register

Convertibles are allowed on track ONLY if you can pass the “Broomstick Test” AND the below minimum standard checklist:

In motorsport, the “Broomstick Test” is a typical practice to rest a broomstick across the top of the windshield and the roll bar hoop while the occupants are seated in the vehicle to determine whether the roll bar hoop is high enough. If the top of any occupants’ helmet is above this plane, the roll bar is not going to provide sufficient protection.

Sufficient roll bar hoop height can also be an issue for tall drivers; in part because the roll bar hoop is designed by the manufacturer for street use (driving without the additional height of a helmet). It is your responsibility to confirm you have sufficient roll bar height before registering for our events.

  • You understand it is an added risk to take an open top on track as if the car ends upside down, your head may take the impact.
  • The FIRM is not a manufacturer expert and can only provide a guide based on google and customer research.
  • The FIRM is not responsible, nor making absolute claims, nor liable for your vehicle; that is your responsibility.
  • Vehicles we know need a 4pt and/or after market Roll Bar:
    • Mazda Miatas 2005 and older (NA/NB) must have a 4pt roll bar.  2006 and newer (NC/ND) do not, though it is highly recommended.
    • All convertible Mustangs, Camaros and Corvettes (C8 is only exception) must have an aftermarket roll bar
  • Vehicles we believe have factory rollover protection or an aftermarket roll bar; are listed below – so if your vehicle is older than 2006 and not on the below list – then you will not pass.
  • Most Vehicles built after 2006 have built in roll over protection (check your safety manual if you are unsure) or call your local dealership.  We can not figure this out for you – we’ve provided a good guide but there are always exceptions only the owner and/or manufacturer will know.
  • Please do not call us – only very specific people would possibly know the answer.  So if you really have tried all your own efforts then email [email protected] but understand it may take up to 7 days before someone has time to do research and get back to you.

Targa top vehicles – OK
Audi A4/S4
Audi TT Roadster (2009)
Aston Martin DB9, DBS
BMW 1 & 6 Series
BMW Z3 (Optional pop-up bars)
BMW E36 (Optional pop-up bars)

Chevrolet Corvette C8
Chrysler Crossfire
Dodge Viper
Ferrari 355 & 360
Honda S2000
Honda Del Sol (top on or off okay)

Infinity G37
Jaguar XK8/XKR
Jaguar F-TYPE
Lamborghini Murcielago / Gallardo
2002+ Lexus 430sc
Mazda Miata (3rd & 4ta Generation only, 2006‐present)
Mercedes SL (1990+)

Mercedes CLK, SLK, E Class, C Class
Mini Cooper 2009+
Nissan 350Z/370Z
Porsche Boxster
Porsche 991, 996, 997
Saab 9-3 (2004 &)
Volvo C70
VW Eos

Acceptable roll bars include, but are not limited to, the following: Hard Dog (any specified as acceptable for NASA or SSCA HPDE on their website). Auto Power Street Roll Bar, Street-Sport Roll Bar, or Race Roll Bar. Blackbird Fabworx Miata / MX5 / 2017+ Fiat 124.

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