Racing licenses from an accredited association are required to rent our race cars (track day car doesn’t apply) unless you’re renting the car to attend a driver’s school.
When you rent one of our cars you are financially responsible for it. That means any damage to the car, whether caused by you or ANOTHER DRIVER, you are responsible.
Our engines are very well built and we want to keep them that way. We do not allow overreving and have mechanisms in place to help avoid it, however if it comes to light that the engine has been overreved we have fines associated with each incident.
We reserve the right to pull a driver from one of our rentals if we deem that you are a danger to yourself, those around you or our equipment. We would like to avoid this at all costs, so please make sure you know what you’re doing before jumping in one of our 40+ year old irreplaceable cars.
We do require a deposit to reserve a car for your race weekend and all the details can be found in our contract.
This is not NASCAR. Road course racers race in the rain. Whether or not you choose to run in the rain is completely up to you. Rain sessions that you opt out of will not be credited or refunded in any way. We will provide you with rain tires if you decide to go out. Keep in mind none of the cars have defrosters and the windshield WILL fog up. We use antifogging compound which helps. We will also give you a squeegee to carry in the car to wipe the inside of the windshield when it fogs up. Also, not all of the cars have wipers, so we use a copious amount of Rainex. Hey, if it was easy, everyone would do it right?
We have a legal contract that you must sign before we will even accept your deposit. We encourage you to read it over thoroughly. Bring it to your lawyer if you like and have them also read it over before you sign it. Essentially, you’re renting a race car and there are lot of risks involved and we are not responsible for any injuries, etc. It’s all in the contract, so you MUST read it thoroughly. Read it twice.