NJMP Track Days

NJMP Track Days

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During New Jersey Motorsports Park’s Track Days, our primary goal is the development and training of the driver and their vehicle on a professional road course. It doesn’t matter whether your goal is to become a professional driver or you just want to get on the track for fun, all drivers are equally important to us. Between the extensive on-track time and specialized classroom instruction each participant will receive, you’ll be treated to a first-class experience by the staff at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Participants are expected to provide their own vehicle for all packages besides the Hot Laps Ride Along. See below for available packages, pricing, regulations, and more.



Paced Laps

How much? $25

Who is this for? If you are looking for a taste of what the track looks like from a driver's point of view, paced laps is for you.

What should I expect? Experience the Drivers Meeting and head out on track for a 20 minute drive behind the Official Skip Barber Pace Car.

What should I bring? No special gear required.


Hot Laps Ride Along

How much? $50

Who is this for? This ride-along experience is for those looking to ride shotgun with a qualified instructor as they tackle New Jersey Motorsports Park at speeds over 100 mph.

What should I expect? Experience adrenaline-pumping laps from the right-hand seat of a performance car driven by an experienced instructor.

What should I bring? No special gear required – just bring your courage! NJMP will provide a helmet. Participants must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes.


Progressive Paced Laps: Beginner

How much? $215

Who is this for? The Progressive paced laps experience is for those who want to experience the speed of New Jersey Motorsports Park, but don’t have previous on-track experience.

What should I expect? Drivers will take part in a full day of performance driving education including classroom instruction and (4) 20-minute sessions on track, led by the official NJMP pace car. Each session will build on the previous, progressively increasing speed and frequently exceeding 100 mph. by the end of the day.

What should I bring? Participants must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, in addition to a helmet rated Snell M or SA 2010. Helmets are available for rent on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Progressive Paced Laps: Intermediate

How much? $215

Who is this for? This is for drivers who have attended a progressive paced laps experience before. A great way to get on the track. Put the skills learned as a progressive paced laps beginner to the test at slightly higher pace.

What should I expect? Drivers will take part in a full day of performance driving education including an increased level of classroom instruction and (4) 20-minute sessions on track, led by the official NJMP pace car. Much like Progressive Paced Laps Beginner each session will build on the previous, progressively increasing speed and frequently exceeding 100 mph by the end of the day, but will start at a faster pace.

What should I bring? Participants must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, in addition to a helmet rated Snell M or SA 2010. Helmets are available for rent on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Progressive Paced Laps: Experienced

How much? $230

Who is this for? The fastest and most experience progressive paced laps group. This group should be made up of students who have completed the beginner and intermediate paced laps experiences above.

What should I expect? Drivers will take part in a full day of performance driving education including now even more technical classroom instruction and (4) 20-minute sessions on track, led by the official NJMP pace car. Again, each session will build on the previous, progressively increasing speed and frequently exceeding 100 mph by the end of the day.

What should I bring? Participants must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, in addition to a helmet rated Snell M or SA 2010. Helmets are available for rent on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Hot Laps

How much? $295

Who is this for? Meant for tenured drivers to hone their skills and instructors to take their students for instructional rides. Also a great place to shake down your car or test for an upcoming event.

What should I expect? Drivers will part take in advanced passing rules sessions. Drivers will receive (4) *30-minute sessions on track. *Session times subject to change.

What should I bring? Participants must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, in addition to a helmet rated Snell M or SA 2010. Helmets are available for rent on a first-come, first-serve basis. Caged cars must have full racing gear.

The Hot Laps option is available to NJMP Drivers Club Members Only


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Important note on convertibles and open top vehicles:

Convertibles with roll hoops or roll bars must pass the “broomstick test”. A broomstick is placed on the top edge of the windshield continuing toward the rear and on top of the hoop/bar. The top of the driver’s helmet must be below the bottom edge of the broomstick.

Pop up factory roll hoops do not constitute rollover protection and such vehicles are not permitted.

Removable hardtops do not constitute rollover protection and such vehicles are not permitted