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This is merely a GUIDE. We have seen drivers move groups after just one event, and there have been drivers that exceed this guide for the next group but remain in the lower run group.

We have four groups, which means we run four groups of cars on the track in four to five sessions each per day. Sessions last 30 minutes, depending upon the event. Run Groups are based almost entirely on driver experience and skill, and each one contains about 10 to 15 cars per mile of track. Track experience will be verified.

Novice

"Novice" drivers are those who have never driven on a track or have very little experience with some track days. Signing up for Novice requires an instructor. Passing other cars in Novice is only allowed on straights after the driver of the lead car signals.

Intermediate

"Intermediate" drivers are those who have participated in at least 7 track days and have been "signed off" by an instructor on multiple tracks. Passing other cars in Intermediate is only allowed in certain areas, depending on the track, after the driver of the lead car signals. Instructors are available at no additional cost, but must be requested at time of registration.

Advanced

"Advanced" are those who have participated in at least 20+ track days and have been "signed off" by an instructor for multiple tracks. Passing other cars in Advanced is allowed anywhere on the track, but only after the driver of the lead car signals acknowledging the pass. Instructors are available at at no additional cost, but must be requested at time of registration.

Instructors

Instructor need to be certified through some other recognized organization. You will be teaching 1 student and occasionally 2. Passing other cars is allowed anywhere on the track, with signal from the driver in the lead car. This is not a timed competition so please be courteous to your fellow drivers.

TrackDaze puts on some of the safest and most professional track events I attend, but always manages to keep the fun factor alive at the same time.

- Mike Skeen