Hey Nashville! We couldn't wait to see you, so we are coming back on October 14th! This time we have extended the event until 11pm which means the addition of Night Drifiting and Drag/Roll Racing! Make sure to grab a ticket and get your underglow lit! The event will also feature Hot Laps, Bunouts, Two Step Competition, plus our massive car show! More details will be coming soon!BUY TICKETS
Convertibles MUST comply with the below requirements. No refunds will be issued if vehicle is found to be non-compliant. Convertibles MUST have occupant rollover protection installed immediately behind the driver’s seat with no (rear) seats between the drivers seat and the rollover protection. Windshield only rollover protection is not sufficient. Bolt on or retractable hardtop roofs are not sufficient. T-Top or Targa tops are OK as long as there is a permanent B pillar. OEM rollover protection is acceptable only if installed immediately behind the driver’s seat. OEM “pop up” rollover protection is acceptable only if installed immediately behind the driver’s seat. Aftermarket “pop up” rollover protection is not acceptable under any circumstances. Permanent aftermarket rollover protection is acceptable and must meet or exceed SCCA Solo standards in order to be accepted.
Common examples of convertibles with acceptable factory rollover protection: C8 Corvette, Honda S2000, Porsche Boxster, BMW Z4/Z3 (1998 and newer), Nissan 350Z/370Z
Common examples of convertibles that DO NOT have acceptable factory rollover protection and must have aftermarket protection added: ALL Mazda Miata/MX5 including RF models (the ’06 and newer have “style bars” that are not designed to provide rollover protection per the manufacturer) - Porsche 911/GT3 series (although they have pop-up protection, these are 4 passenger cars despite how small the rear seats are and the rollover protection is behind the rear seats) - Chevrolet Corvette through C7 - Chevrolet Camaro - Ford Mustang - Fiat 124 - BMW Z3 (1996-1997)