Interested in joining the world of Time Trials?
Track Trials; Street cars no longer cut it at Track Trials. Only cars prepared for Road Racing or Solo events are allowed as speeds and intensity levels are higher. The tier-three program offers closed-course track time, with competitions again decided by fastest time around the course. Like Club Trials, competition time is run with no-passing and limited numbers of cars on track to ensure safety and "clear air" for all competitors.
Hill Climbs are the fourth and top level of the Time Trials program. There are no more fences and no more grandstands. Full safety gear is mandatory as it’s just you, your car, and a mountain road. Hill Climb events are run on paved mountain roads over short distances, and in the true spirit of racing, fast time wins. WDCR does not currently produce Hill Climb events but If you're ready to compete in a Hillclimb, the Washington D.C. Region recommends our sister regions, the Blue Mountain Region, Northeast Pennsylvania Region and the Pennsylvania Hillclimb Association. Together, they organize many Hillclimb and Track Trial events in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. For more information visit their web site at: pahillclimb.net
You can also volunteer to help work these events, instruct (with the proper credentials) or participate as a driver. We strongly recommend that all drivers, instructors and volunteer workers read and absorb the Time Trials Rules to be fully prepared to participate in any position for this exciting opportunity to experience motorsports in a new and rewarding way. More information can be found on the National web-site. A good starting point is the National Time Trials page found at the SCCA web site. We look forward to your participation in these excellent instructional and competition events.