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Open Track Days

The cost for Open Track Day is $250.

Anyone with a car can enjoy the tracks and facilities of NOLA Motorsports Park. Whether you are a race fan, driver or rider, we have a place for you. NOLA Motorsports Park offers everyone the ability to use our tracks for recreational or competitive use.

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Track Day Lite

The cost is $125.00 per driver. Track Day Lite is limited to 20 participants.  No passengers.

TDL is an easy way to get out on track in your own vehicle (no trucks, SUVs, or minivans) to experience what it’s like to drive on a real race track. We start with a 25-minute class before transitioning down to pit lane to go out in the first of two 20-minute sessions on the race track. This is a lead and follow format – you will be following one of our instructors while they teach you the proper line around the 2.75 mile course.

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Track Day Heavy

The cost is $150.00 per driver. We limit the total number of cars to 20 (10 cars in each run group).   No passengers.

So you’ve done a TDL and now you want to get a taste of what a regular track day is like – the TDH was designed with you in mind. We start with a short class to go over flags and the passing rules before we go down pit-lane to start the first of two 20-minute sessions on track. This is an opportunity to see what your car will do (no trucks, SUVs, or minivans). This is run similar to a normal track day – no lead and follow, so no speed restrictions.

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Track Day Requirements

All participants must have a valid driver’s license. Anyone under the age of 18 must sign a minor waiver. Parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the minor waiver.

Please read through the Driver & Vehicle checklists below.

Driver Safety Checklist

All drivers must have and/or check the following safety items:

  • Battery secured
  • Positive battery terminal covered
  • Helmet (M or SA 2005 rated or newer)
  • Fully functioning brake lights
  • Convertibles must have factory roll over protection as stated in the owner’s manual or a SCCA Solo II roll bar installed.
  • Closed toe shoes
  • Car is in proper working order – no leaking, cracked windshields, etc.

Vehicle Inspection Checklist

Wheels & Tires
  • No cuts/defects/cords showing.
  • No bent or cracked wheels.
  • Center caps (hubcaps) removed.
  • Tighten lug nuts (typically 90lb/ft – follow manufacturer recommendation)
  • Check Tire Pressure (typically 3-5psi above manufacturer recommended cold pressures)
Brakes
  • Brake Fluid (level full, recommend new fluid at least every year, no leaks, recommend at least DOT 4)
  • Brake Pedal (firm pedal, not spongy)
  • Brake Pads/Shoes (at least 50% pad thickness, no cracked rotors)
Engine
  • No fluid leaks (oil, water, fuel, etc…)
  • Check oil and water levels
  • Wires and Hoses secured.
  • Throttle Return Springs (make sure throttle returns on it’s own)
Suspension/Steering
  • Steering (no play, proper fluid level, proper alignment)
  • Tie Rods (no looseness or excessive play, bolts tight)
  • Wheel Bearings (lift vehicle off ground – check for excessive play or looseness)
  • CV/U-Joints (no play, noise, or grease leaks)
  • Shocks (no play or loose mounts)
Body
  • Fender to tire clearance (no rubbing)
  • Body parts secure
  • Windshield (no cracks)
Interior
  • Seat and belts secure and in good condition
  • All loose items removed (floor mats, bags, etc…)
Safety Items
  • Battery secured
  • Positive battery terminal covered
  • Brake lights (must be operational)
  • SA 2005 or M 2005 rated helmet (NOLA Motorsports Park rents helmets)
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