- Do I need $500,000 in liability insurance?
- What documentation must I provide?
- Are motor swaps legal?
- What modifications are legal?
- What tires are legal?
- What do I do in case a tire fails during the event?
- Does my co-driver have to be a member of the sanctioning body?
- I've driven for years, do I need two drivers schools?
- Does my co-driver need two schools if not competing on track?
- Does my co-driver need a medical exam if not competing on track?
Yes. Everyone in the car needs to be covered either as a named driver on the entered car's policy, or in separate policies. In a perfect world, this would be unnecessary, but we reside in a world with a culture of lawsuits, this protects us all.
All team members will provide copies of their insurance declarations page showing a minimum of $500,000 in liability coverage.
All team members will provide copies of their current driver's licenses.
All team members must be members of the National Auto Sport Association and provide copies of their licenses. www.nasaproracing.com or 510-232-6272
The team captain will provide a copy of entered vehicle registration.
Yes. The classes are based on what the car was when it came from the factory; not what is has become. In fact, we don't care if you somehow stuff a Allison V-12 into the car. It's your car, your money, you've got to live in it for a week.
Hmmmm, any, or certainly many. Well, the car has to be street legal. This means that we will need to verify that the car is registered, inspected and insured for use on public highways.
All tires must conform to the tire policy posted for the specific year. All tires must come from Tire Rack with the required markings to insure compliance and keep teams from changing tires mid-event.
If a tire fails during the event, a team must inform One Lap officials of the change and provide verifiable justification for the replacement. Failures due to too much negative camber, for example, are not considered reasons for replacement. Any teams found changing tires without proper notification and reason will be disqualified. If a change is necessary, it is strongly suggested that the failed tire be retained until an official can see it.
Yes. Everyone that enters the event has to be a member of the sanctioning body to be covered by the insurance. Once inside a racetrack, the sanctioning body's insurance applies.
As the on-track speeds have increased over the years of One Lap, we need to know that all competitors have the skills to safely deal with anything that might happen on the racetracks. Two drivers schools with instruction in a racing environment is considered the absolute minimum. Most racetracks have this instruction available, many at a reasonable cost. Please contact us if you need some guidance to find some in your area. In rare cases, some have had equivalent experience. Any waivers to the two-school rule will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us directly for clarification.
No. Many teams have transit-only drivers. While they are not required to have two schools, they will be issued a non-driver wristband at registration and if for any reason they are found to have driven, or attempted to drive, on any racetrack, disqualification is to be expected. Transit-only drivers are allowed to compete at dragstrip, autocross and skid-pad events.
No. Many teams have transit-only drivers. While they are not required to have medical exams, they will be issued a non-driver wristband at registration and if for any reason they are found to have driven, or attempted to drive, on any racetrack, disqualification is to be expected. Transit-only drivers are allowed to compete at dragstrip, autocross and skid-pad events.