GRANDSPORT TRACK DAY EVENTS
GrandSport Track Days is for car owners who want to drive in their own street car or racecar at GrandSport Speedway. You are allowed to do up to six weekend per year. If you would like to drive even more join our Club membership or just to come out and have some fun.
We have several different run groups from raw novices with no experience to seasoned pro’s! If you do not have any track experience we can teach you the high performance skills in our novice class to drive your car on the track! This is track lapping and not racing. Some groups allow controlled passing in certain zones. You can only participate in four GrandSport Track Day events per year.
The bronze group is for drivers with limited track experience from other track organizations or those that have advanced from the Novice Group or another track day organization. Drivers in the Bronze Group will work under the direct supervision of an instructor. An instructor may ride along if asked by the student or an instructor may request to ride long with any driver in this group. Drivers may lap on their own if the instructor directs them to. No passing is allowed. If a Bronze Group driver gets slowed behind traffic they will pull into the hot pit area and then a track official will place them onto the track in an area where they have more room to run. Sessions will be controlled with flags. If you come with experience from another track day organization you may be asked to complete a multiple choice knowledge test or check out ride before you are allowed on the track.
$175 per day on 2.2 Mile track
$250 per day on 2.2 Mile track
$350 per weekend on 2.2 Mile track
Jan 13/19 is sold out!
General Preparation for GrandSport Track Days – We recommend you arrive at the track early to ensure you can ready yourself and your car in a calm relaxed manner. Please make sure that you have remove all excess items from your car before you leave home and arrive at the track with a full tank of gas and your tires with the correct amount of air as stated in your drivers manual. We do not inspect car for safety or track fitness. This is the responsibility of you the owner to have your car checked by a certified mechanic. Click here for the form.(The takes effect for Feb 2018 dates). If your wheels have been removed recently for tire or brake repairs please ensure that your wheels have been re-torqued.