Want To Drive CoTA?

News, Racing I By Winding Road Staff I May 10, 2017

We're looking for a few novice racers. If you have an interest in driving at Circuit of The Americas, we have a special offer in conjunction with NASA. On May 27-28, we will be at CoTA and you can drive with Winding Road Racing. If you know someone who should be embarking on the path to wheel-wheel racing, share this information with them.

This is an HPDE event ("track day"). You'll be assigned to an appropriate run group, but you will not be racing. Bring your own (suitable) street car, and we'll provide a garage and basic mechanic support. We can arrange coaching/data analysis if needed (but note that NASA provide coaching/instructing for novices). You also get an inside look at the race prep and data analysis for our licensed NASA drivers who will be racing in NASA Prototype, Spec Miata and American Iron.

The cost of the weekend is $1199, which includes the entry fee, so you basically save $650 on the normal price. Tires, fluids, pads and any other parts, if needed, are extra. Contact Jeff Sexton ([email protected]) for details and to sign up.

We also have full race packages and race cars available to rent at extra cost (racing requires a separate entry fee as well). Again, Jeff can help you with that. 

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