Time Trials & Track Event

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November 20th

Texas Region Time Trial #6

Eagles Canyon Raceway 2.7 CCW

Registration Link

Required Tech Form

TX Region Supplemental Rules (pdf)

TX Region Time Trial Classes (pdf)


Covid-19 restrictions are based on each track requirements.


This event has three registration options – Track Day – Novice, Track Day – Experience, and Time Trial. Please choose the correct element during the registration process:

  • Track Day – Novice (NG) element is open to novices with little or no track experience. This will help you improve your track skills and knowledge. This is similar to HPDE or PDX in other programs. NG drivers will participate in classroom sessions covering track driving concepts, flagging, etiquette, and more. Also there is track time to practice what you have learned with lead-follow. When you are ready, you will be signed off to solo. This will also earn you a SCCA Time Trial Novice license. You are required to sign up for this if you have not been signed off to solo on track with SCCA or another group.
  • Track Day – Experience (EG) is for those who have been signed off to solo by our novice group or other driving groups and would like to have some fun with their car on track or time to practice before starting competition. 
  • The Time Trials (TT) element is a timed event (SCCA level 2 Track Event), with the option to participate in the 2021 Time Trials Championship Series.
    • Driver qualification for Time Trials will be as follows:
      1. Hold a current SCCA Competition license, or a history of tracking events with SCCA or SCCA recognized organizations such as PCA, NASA, CHIN, BMW, PBOC, etc; or
      2. Hold a current SCCA PDX License; or
      3. Hold an SCCA PDX log book that indicates the ability to ‘solo’ and has successfully completed at least 3 SCCA PDX events; or
      4. Has been approved to drive solo by any of the following HPDE schools: Apex, Drivers Edge, Chinn, Eagles Canyon, Edge Addicts. 
      5. Receive an entry waiver from the Event Chief Driving Instructor.

If you do not meet the requirements of 1-4 above, you can request an entry waiver by contacting the Chief Driving Instructor,
Sam Graff
.  All drivers approved for participation who do not meet 1-4 above and who don’t have and entry waiver will need to choose the Novice Group (NG) option when registering.  NG drivers will have an instructor assigned to them for the day.  

*Your AMB transponder must be compatible with our timing system.  If you’re not sure, please email
Taylor Burnidge for clarification.


2021 Time Trials Championships

DatesEvent / TypeTrack
April 17Regional Time TrialMotorSport Ranch, Cresson 1.7 CW
May 22-23National TT and Texas Region points eventEagles Canyon Raceway
June 5Regional Time TrialEagles Canyon Raceway 1.65 CCW
July 17Regional Time TrialEagles Canyon Raceway 2.7 CW
August 21Regional Time TrialMotorSports Ranch, Cresson 1.7 CCW
September 19Regional Time TrialEagles Canyon Raceway 2.7 CW
November 20Regional Time TrialEagles Canyon Raceway 2.7 CCW
December 4Regional Time Trial / Toy RunMotorSports Ranch, Cresson 1.3 CCW

* You must be at least 18 years of age with a valid driver license. Convertibles, unless they are equipped with a hard top or an approved roll bar/hoop, are not allowed, See exceptions. Cars with other removable tops like, t-tops, and targa tops must meet appropriate safety regulations. The following convertibles are approved. MINI Cooper Convertibles, 2002 Porsche Boxster, and the Honda S2000 have been approved by the manufacturer as having factory rollover protection.


2021 Tire Rack SCCA Time Trials National Tour Powered by Hagerty:

More information on registration will be announced.

March 13-14: VIRginia International Raceway, Alton, VA

April 10-11: Buttonwillow Raceway Park, Buttonwillow, CA

May 22-23: Eagles Canyon Raceway, Decatur, TX

June 10-13: Tire Rack Time Trials Nationals, NCM Motorsports Park, Bowling Green, KY

July 3-4: Palmer Motorsports Park, Palmer, MA

July 17-18: GingerMan Raceway, South Haven, MI

July 24-25: Ridge Motorsports Park, Shelton, WA

November 6-7: Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA (tentative)

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Hagerty Track Day Insurance

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Track Experience

Track Experience, (TE) is a great way to get qualified. The Track Experience instruction program provides an instructional environment for drivers who simply want learn or improve their driving skills and increase their enjoyment of driving their vehicle. True to the “run what ya brung” adage, all it takes to be a part is your street car, a valid license and a helmet.

TE events are about you, the driver. Plenty of seat time, plenty of individual instruction and a ton of driving exercises make up a Track Experience; all of which is designed to educate you and make you more confident behind the wheel, both on the track and on the street.

Participants receive a solid blend of driving instruction, ranging from the classroom to in-car training to “follow me” drills. A wide range of topics are discussed and shown at a TE, including: following a “racing line”, passing zones, Safe Track techniques and other general driving skills. Of course, each driver receives feedback from his or her instructor at the end of each lesson.

Do you have a car that meets our regional requirements? (Our rules and supplemental rules.
Do you have a Qualifying Helmet?

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Time Trials

When you’re ready to race against the clock, Time Trials is ready for you. Time Trials builds on the instruction you received in the Track Experience classes while allowing drivers their first chance at competing against time. Competition classes are formed (with both street and fully-prepared race cars), and winners are decided by fastest time around the course.

Time Trials is limited to drivers who meet the following on-track qualifications:
Are you certified by a qualified HPDE or performance driver’s school?
Do you have a car that meets our regional requirements? (Our rules and supplemental rules.
Do you have a qualifying helmet?

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