It’s recommended to pre-register as soon as you can so we can get an accurate estimate on how many participants we’re going to have. If something comes up or you change your mind and can’t attend… you will not be charged for the event so there’s no risk in signing up early.
You can also just show up the day of the event and register on-site but there is an additional $5 fee.
zMAX Single Day
$50 – SCCA Members
$65 – Non SCCA Members
zMAX 2 Days
$100 – SCCA Members
$120 – Non SCCA Members
$40 – SCCA Members
$55 – Non SCCA Members
You might find lower costs at other clubs at other sites but unfortunately large quality sites like zMAX don’t come cheaply. They also come with additional requirements like an ambulance and safety crew on site so we have to charge more than your typical parking lot. The upside is that our courses tend to be twice as long and the speeds are higher than you’ll see elsewhere. The site more accurately reflects what you’ll find at SCCA Nationals.
Once you’ve registered, you need to empty out all loose items in your vehicle and make sure your numbers and class are clearly labeled on the sides of the car. This can simply be painters tape. If you’re unsure of where technical inspection is, be sure to ask for directions at the registration trailer… but it should be pretty clear. Look for some lazy bums in orange vests and a line of vehicles. Drive through the tech line and be prepared to open your hood and trunk. More information on tech can be found here: Technical Inspection
Gates Open: 6:30 AM
Registration: 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM – $5.00 On-Site Registration Fee
Late Registration: 9:00 AM – 9:15 AM – $10.00 Late Registration Fee
Tech Inspection: 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Novice Walks: 8:00 AM, 8:30 AM, 9:00 AM
Novice Meeting: 9:30 AM
Drivers Meeting: 9:45 AM
First Car Out: 10:15 AM
NOTE:NO entries will be accepted after 9:15.
Tech inspection after 9:15 at the discretion of the Chief of Tech.
Safety must be the first priority for all participants. Anyone who is reckless or out of control while driving on course, purposefully or otherwise, will be removed from the event.
Any participant seen speeding or driving dangerously on or around the site shall be disqualified. While driving in paddock and grid areas, drive at a walking pace and keep your eyes open for distracted or oblivious pedestrians.
All participants must remove all trash from their areas.
Quality autocross sites are hard to come by so we have to avoid doing anything that might cause us to lose access to a site.
parents/guardians as appropriate (Section 4.13).
Drivers from five (5) to twelve (12) who are running Junior Karts are exempted during their run group. Junior Karts will typically be run first and no other vehicles can be in motion while they run.
A novice driver, a driver with less than one year of experience, is not allowed to have a passenger unless it is an instructor.
Passengers must be at least 12 years old, and any passenger younger than 18 must have the Minor Waiver form signed by both parents/guardians. The parent/legal guardian signatures must be witnessed by either the registrar at the event, a safety steward at the event, or the Event Chair. If the form is signed off site, then it must be notarized.
The purpose of passengers is to expose a potential participant to the sport. It is not meant to show off to a friend. Anyone abusing this system will no longer be able to give a ride.
Passengers must keep their hands and arms inside the vehicle at all times.