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Come test your driving skills and take your car to the edge of its performance at The FIRM “Open Track Days”! Become a Drivers Club Member for even more exclusive open track benefits.
Where are you going to find blind corners, elevation changes and kinky roads in Florida? The FIRM has exactly what you are looking for! No speed limits! No traffic lights! High speeds, plus you will experience esses, hairpin turns, and straights.
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.
Open Track Days *FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
* Check out our calendar for BLACK OUT DATES
FIRSTTIME Trackers WELCOME! Register Early and Pay Only *$250
*Required $100 Instruction Session If Limited Track Experience.
Q: Are all convertibles allowed on track?
A: Yes if you can pass the "Broomstick Test" AND...
1. You understand it's an added risk as upside down your head may take the impact.
2. According to our insurance, cars built after 2006 will either have pop up roll bar, fixed roll bar, or extra support built into the frame so they will pass.
3. The below Convertibles built prior to 2006 are examples of some that were produced with OEM rollover protection.
4. If your vehicle is not on the list, you will have to check the manufacturer specs; typically if nothing is noted in the specs, then YOU WILL need to install at least a 4 point after market roll bar.
If your convertible is not in this list, it most likely requires an aftermarket roll bar to be installed in order to use it on track.
Q: What about the broomstick test?
A: If you are using 4-, 5- or 6-point racing harnesses that will hold you upright in the event of a rollover, the top of all occupants’ helmets must fall below the line between the top of the windshield and the top of the roll bar for the roll bar to provide full protection. In motorsport, this is referred to as the “broomstick test” because it is typical practice to rest a broomstick across the top of the windshield and the roll hoop while the occupants are seated in the vehicle to determine whether the roll 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 hoop height can also be an issue for tall drivers, in part because the roll 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.