Group Formats

Racing event formats

Step 1:
Registration, safety briefing, helmets and other equipment.
Step 2:
Drivers start on track “A.” The practice sessions are timed sessions followed by coaching techniques for more effective racing. A driver who beats a time of 16 seconds on track “A” during any practice session will move to track “B.” For example, a driver who completes an initial practice lap in under 16 seconds will move to the “B” track for the next two practice sessions. A driver who completes an “A” track lap in less than 16 seconds on the last practice session will do a qualifying session on the “B” track. After the practice sessions, the group will be split into the "A" group (those who never got less than 16 seconds) and the "B" group.
Step 3:
Qualifying. Groups “A” and “B” will qualify on their respective tracks. The outcome of these qualifying sessions will determine the starting position on the grid for the first race.
Step 4:
Each race will be a gridded standing start race. If an event has only one race, the winner of that race is the winner of the event. If an event has two or more races, points will be awarded according to the finishing positions for each race, and the total driver points will determine the winner.
Step 5:
Trophies and T-shirts are given out.

Format options

GP3 $75 per person

+ $15 for T-shirts given out at the end according to qualification.

5:30 minPractice A track
5:30 minPractice A track; some move to B
5:30 minPractice A track; newly qualified move to B
5:30 minQualifying for the Race, track A or B
11 minRace (A or B)

GP4 $100 per person

+ $15 for T-shirts given out at the end according to qualification.

5:30 minPractice A track
5:30 minPractice A track; some move to B
5:30 minPractice A track; some more might move to B
5:30 minQualifying for the Race, track A or B
11 minRace (A and B)
11 minRace (A and B)