TRAC currently holds races in three distinct series, each with their own championship at the end of the season.
There are plans to add a fourth series.
There are two sprint series’, with 15 lap races. During each race weekend, there are multiple races in each of these series contributing to the overall results.
A 1-hour Endurance race held during each race weekend contributes to an endurance championship each season. This year, this is the Vantage VW 1-Hour Enduro.
Competitor cars include everything from production-based cars, like Honda Civics and CRXs, Volkswagen Golfs, BMWs, and Dodge Neons, to dedicated racing machines, like our Pro Stock class, other tube-chassis cars, and even a Radical – something for every fan.
Car classes are determined by lap time brackets for maximum flexibility.
GT Class Cars
GT cars are classified using laptime brackets. This allows a spot for nearly any car to race in the field.
The current GT classes are:
- GT1: 1m, 09.999 or faster
- GT2: 1m, 10.000 and slower
- GT3: 1m, 13.500 and slower
- GT4: 1m, 16.500 and slower
- GT5: 1m, 18.500 and slower
- GT6: 1m, 20.500 and slower
ARMS Pro Stock
In addition to the GT Class cars, another class custom-tailored for Pro Stock cars also competes within TRAC.
ARMS Pro Stock is a road racing class designed to re-purpose existing Pro Stock cars in the region. Rising cost to compete in the Tour series have priced many racers away, so we are offering a fun, safe and competitive environment to race this type of car. The rules are strongly based on the current MPST rulebook. Basically, square up the car, get a good 4 speed gearbox, make weight, and you are good to go road racing!
Looking to build or buy a race car?
Check out our Get Involved section to find out more about build specs, safety, and more!