Your car preparation is absolute key to a successful track day and for the safety of all our members. Absolutely no oil leaks. Your car should be in tip top running order for you to participate in a track day as your car will under greater stress than normal. We highly recommend fresh fluids for the track day. Brake fluid especially is very important. Must flush your brake system with high temp brake fluid. Trust us, you will thank us for it. We highly recommend you take your car to a qualified high performance shop and get it checked before participating in a track day. Before the track day our Tech Form must be filled. When you get to the track our staff will further inspect your car to make sure all safety systems are up to date, there are no oil leaks, and your tires are in good shape as we can not risk our members. Tires are absolute key to a successful track day. Worn out tires will not be allowed on the track. We highly recommend Z rated tires.
We run rain or shine. It's a great idea to bring the following items to the track day.
Green - the track is open and cars are running at speed. Passing is allowed in the passing zones.
Proceed with caution, no passing, be prepared to alter your line if necessary.
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Warns of an immediate hazard on the course, you may need to stop or slow down significantly.
This flag is often used when a spin occurs and there is a stalled car partially on the track or just off the track. Do not slam on the brakes without checking your mirrors - the car immediately behind you will end up in your trunk!
This flag indicates there is some foreign object, or fluid, on the track surface ahead. The track surface conditions have changed, and you may need to alter your line to avoid the object, or slow down to avoid slipping on spilled fluids. You might encounter a piece off another car ahead, dirt or gravel spread on the track surface, or wetness from a spill or rain.
The passing flag. A faster car is behind you... check your mirrors and prepare to signal cars behind you to pass at the next opportunity.... remember to stay on-line and lift off the throttle slightly to allow the pass to be complete... failure to heed this warning will result in a black flag.
Indicates an emergency vehicle or slow moving car is on the track.
This flags indicates an emergency situation. Check your mirrors and bring your car to a controlled and complete stop on the right side of the track. We may need to get emergency vehicles on the track quickly, and they will use the left side of the track. Stay on the track... your hot muffler may start a grass fire. Once stopped, release the brakes and do not engage the parking brake to avoid warping your rotors.
The meat ball flag indicates there is a mechanical problem with your car... something hanging, a leak, etc. Drive your car to the pits as soon as possible or pull off the track near the next corner worker station (if there is a fire).
You have been identified as breaking the rules or endangering others. Drive your car to the pits and be prepared to talk with an event official.
The session is over... you should begin your cool-down lap and be prepared to exit from the track at the next pit entrance.
Safety is our members and staff is our absolute number concern. Anyone driving in an unsafe manner will be expelled from the event without refund at the discretion of Project EG Staff. No participants under 18 years of age shall be allowed to drive on-track.
Only Passing allowed is “Point by” passing in designated areas. This is absolutely mandatory in all groups. NO EXCEPTIONS. The zones will be covered in the mandatory pre-event Driver’s Meeting in detail.
Every car on track must have a unique number on both sides of the vehicle. Numbers must be at least 6 inches. Car will not pass inspection without numbers and will not be allowed on track.
No motorcycle helmets allowed. All helmets must be SA2015 or never and are subject to inspection. Helmet rental is available.
No racing will be allowed or tolerated. Aggressive drivers will be black flagged immediately. We only do high performance drivers education events(HPDE).
Absolutely mandatory. Miss it and you will not be allowed on track.
Convertibles are allowed only if they have factory roll hoops or built cages. Please be aware that even with safety equipment, convertibles could result in serious injury or death. The responsibility to install and maintain a suitable roll bar or cage rests solely with the driver. Project EG can NOT guarantee or warrants, express or implied, about the safety or suitability of roll bars, cages, or any other safety equipment, and does not undertake to inspect such equipment. We reserve the right to not allow certain convertible or open-top vehicles on the track.
Windows must be up or down. No exceptions.
Passenger must wear same attire as the driver and must have a SA2015 or newer helmet. All passengers must be approved by Project EG prior to the event and must sign the same waivers as the driver. No passengers under 18 years of age shall be permitted on-track.