Drive Your Vehicle On A World Class Track and Course!
We want everyone to experience what it is like to drive on a world-class track! This is why we have opened our doors to the public and are providing just about everything you need to come and live your fastest dreams! Come check out the Amateur Track Days at Utah Motorsports Campus and experience our Beginner, Advanced, and Auto Cross sessions.
Never driven a track before or want to get some more practice? Beginner sessions are the perfect setting to gain experience driving a race track in a car that you are already comfortable in. ATD Beginner sessions last 1 hour where safety is our top priority.
After 5 Beginner sessions are you ready to run with the pros! Run 5 continuous during each round with other cars, only passing in pre-determined areas. ATD Advanced sessions get you the experience you need to actually start racing. Click Register Now to learn more!
See how good you actually are with this professionally set up driving course. Worried that you don’t have “the car” for the big track or would like to have someone in the passenger seat, autocross is perfect! Take the course as fast or slow as you want to, improving your time with each run.
Amateur Track Days FAQ
Can I get a refund?
The refund policy is below:
- 48 hours or more = full refund
- 24-48 hours = 50% refund
- Less than 24 hours = NO REFUND
What is Allowed On Track?
We only allow cars with 4 wheel street-legal cars at Amateur Track Day. Every car must have certified roll protection or a certified after-market roll bar installed. This means that convertibles and anything with less than 4 wheels are not allowed.
What Type of Fuel is Available on Campus?
We have several types of fuel available. We have (85,100,110, Deisel).
What if I get there early?
There are parking areas in front of each gate. Park your car and wait to be let in at the beginning of your session.
Will there be a tech inspection?
We require a self-done tech inspection to be done before your session. A sheet will be filled out and checked before you are allowed to drive on the track.