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Track Day Heavy 


Faster Speeds Designed
For Seasoned Drivers.

Your opportunity to see what your car can really do. Enjoy more freedom: reduced car counts, no lead and follow, and no speed restriction.

Open track experience required

$150 for the day.

What is Track Day Heavy?

Track Day Heavy (TDH) is an opportunity to take your car out on an open track but with a reduced car count when compared to a regular Open Track Day.

Format of the Day

TDH’s are held in the late afternoon to early evening (usually 5 pm - 7 pm).  We start with a short 20-minute class discussing passing rules and flagging followed by two 20-minute sessions on track. Run groups are limited to a maximum of 10 cars each and there are no speed limits.


If you are at least 16, have a current driver’s license, have your own car, and have previously completed a Track Day Light or have VERIFIABLE previous open track experience you can register for TDH. Simply find a date that works for you on our calendar above.

Book time on the track

Upcoming Track Day Events





  • Training

Drivers must have completed a Track Day Light previously. There is no speed restriction for TDH drivers, nor is there a lead and follow. If you have adequate experience on the open track and want to see what your vehicle is truly capable of, this is the experience for you.

  • Cancellations

If you register but you cannot attend, contact us in advance and we will issue you credit towards a future TDH.

Vehicle Requirements

  • Regulation Cars
You do not need a race car to participate. In fact, almost any sedan, sports sedan, or sports car can participate. Trucks, SUVs, or minivans are NOT allowed and convertibles must have roll-over protection and must meet NASA standards for protection and safety.

If you have questions about your car’s eligibility, contact us.

  • Car Condition
During the drivers’ meeting, we will give you a tech sheet to fill out and turn in to check if your car is performance ready. It is your responsibility to ensure your car is ready for the track. We do not mandate that you take it to a shop to pass tech.

  • Insurance
Most insurance policies don’t typically cover track day driving. We recommend contacting your insurance agent to verify or get coverage.

  • Mechanical Failures
Mechanical issues are, unfortunately, an intrinsic part of the motorsports hobby. We recommend to every driver that they get a vehicle inspection to ensure race-readiness (though we do not require a formal tech evaluation). If you have a mechanical issue, we will do our best to assist you, though we do not offer refunds for failures at any point during your participation in TDH.

Track Rules

  • Passing
There will be several cars on the track in one run group. Passing other cars is allowed in designated passing zones with specific passing rules that will be discussed in detail during the drivers’ meeting.

  • Passengers
Passengers are not allowed on the track during TDH. However, friends and family can hang out and watch you from outside.

  • Helmets
Each driver must have a helmet with an “SA” Snell rating no older than 2010. If you do not have one, we will let you use one of ours’ free of charge.

  • Rain or Shine
We run rain or shine but if we get too much standing-water to safely run on the track, we will credit your entry for a future TDH.

Track Day Checklist

All participants must have a valid driver's license. Anyone under the age of 18 must sign a minor waiver.
Parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the waiver.

Please read through both the vehicle & driver checklists.


All drivers must have and/or check the following safety items:

  • Battery secured
  • Positive battery terminal covered
  • Helmet (SA 2010 rated or newer)
  • Fully functioning brake lights
  • Convertibles must have factory rollover protection as stated in the owner’s manual or an SCCA Solo II roll bar installed.
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Car is in proper working order – no leaking, cracked windshields, etc.


Wheels & Tires

  • No cuts/defects/cords showing.
  • No bent or cracked wheels.
  • Center caps (hubcaps) removed.
  • Tighten lug nuts (5lb/ft over manufacturer recommendation)
  • Check Tire Pressure (typically 3-5psi below manufacturer-recommended cold pressures)


  • Brake Fluid (level full, recommend new fluid at least every year, no leaks, recommend at least DOT 4)
  • Brake Pedal (firm pedal, not spongy)
  • Brake Pads/Shoes (at least 50% pad thickness, no cracked rotors)


  • Fender to tire clearance (no rubbing)
  • Body parts secure
  • Windshield (no cracks)


  • Seat and belts secure and in good condition
  • All loose items removed (floor mats, bags, etc…)


  • No fluid leaks (oil, water, fuel, etc…)
  • Check oil and water levels
  • Wires and Hoses secured.
  • Throttle Return Springs (make sure throttle returns on it’s own)
  • Suspension/Steering Steering (no play, proper fluid level, proper alignment)
  • Tie Rods (no looseness or excessive play, bolts tight)
  • Wheel Bearings (lift vehicle off ground – check for excessive play or looseness)
  • CV/U-Joints (no play, noise, or grease leaks)
  • Shocks (no play or loose mounts)

Safety Items

  • Battery secured
  • Positive battery terminal covered
  • Brake lights (must be operational)
  • SA 2010 rated or newer helmet (NOLA Motorsports Park rents helmets)