Date: March 19, 2020, 02:30 PM - 08:00 PM EDT
Address: 3662 Kershaw Hwy, Kershaw, SC, 29067

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By now, you are well aware that complications from the COVID-19 virus are impacting events across the country, and that includesSCCA Track Night in America Events. The health and safety of our members, participants and staff remains our top priority and, as such, we have made the decision to suspend this Track Night at CMP event scheduled for March 19th.

For the most up-to-date information on SCCA’s response to coronavirus, please watch for official announcements posted on scca.com.

  • Carolina Motorsports Park
    3662 Kershaw Hwy
    Kershaw, SC 29067
  • Comments
    J. Coffin

    I have a question about the groups amd the cars allowed in each one. I have over 25 years racing experience on dirt and paved oval and some off-road racing experience. I am kind of new to road racing though. The car i would like to bring is a car that is beimg built as a Pro touring car. So has never been on a track yet. Would i be better to go in the novice group or the intermediate group based on the car being new to me?

    Kathleen Barnes

    Sounds like you want to bring a race car to a street car event.  You will need to sell that to Jack Track:  jack@tracknightinamerica.com  

    You can ask for a waiver here:  https://www.tracknightinamerica.com/pages/racecars

    J. Coffin

    It is a street legal car. Infact it just passed inspection in December. It has been off the road for close to 2 years while rebuilding engine trans and doing rust repair. But its not a full built race car. Im asking what group i should register for as i am new to the road course stuff but many years racing experience of other types

    Udaloy

    You should go with intermediate. Just my humble opinion. Novice is to get used to the rules and passing safely.