Car Track Day

TonysTrackdays goes to four wheels! No, we are not leaving motorcycles behind in any way.  These car days grew out of a shared passion for all things track related.  A group of us thought, hey wouldn't it be fun to drive our cars at Palmer? We tried it out, and it WAS fun!  After a successful test day in the fall of 2020, we are excited to offer these opportunities for our customers to drive their cars on track in a low key atmosphere. The goal of these days is simply to enjoy some nice cars among good friends.  It is geared towards street cars and bike people! 

The format for the days is similar to our bike days.  We will have 4 groups of no more than 12 cars on track for 15 minute sessions.  
  • Technical inspection 7AM-8:30AM
  • Driver's meeting 8:30AM
  • Track live 9AM
  • Lunch Break 1PM-2PM
  • Sessions end 5PM
Due to the limited number of cars, member discounts do not apply to these events.  What we CAN offer is a multi-day discount if you register for both days up front.    

1 Car Day $400
2 Car Days $700

Remember... we run RAIN or SHINE!   

The track charges TTD whether it is raining or not, so TTD needs your payment to pay the track.

We know it's not ideal, but we strongly encourage riders to participate in wet trackdays.  The actual riding techniques do not change - everything is simply done at a lower speed.  If you find yourself "slipping" a lot in the wet - then you are doing things wrong in the dry also - but the extra grip is saving your butt.  Learn how to ride properly, and your "slipping" (rain or dry) will go away.

Regardless of your reason for trying to cancel your trackday spot, please understand that there are only a certain number of spots we sell to each trackday. We have a formula using the cost of the track and how many riders can safely fit on the track at one time - and then decide how many spots to sell.

When you buy a spot  - then that spot is GUARANTEED to be yours for the day.  (Similar to reserving a HOTEL room for the night.)

If you showed up to the track ready to ride - and I said, "sorry, I sold your spot to someone else."   I am sure you would feel like I didn't hold up my part of the agreement. 

Remember, your "spot"  only has value on the day of the event.   If the spot goes unused for that day, then we have less income to pay the track owners for that day.

For this reason - asking for a credit to a different date is the same as cancelling - and then signing up for a different day.  Your original spot goes unsold and your payment is not available to pay the bills for that day.