RRT Racing encourages everyone who is interested in motorsports to do just that. It’s easier than you think. Most everyone starts of with just going to a race. You don’t have to know anyone, simply purchase a ticket to the event, grab a cold drink and watch the exciting action. Many different locations will allow you to walk around the pit area and meet the racers and see their cars. It is really easy to make new friends because everyone automatically has something in common, RACING!

For those of you that want to step up to the next level and participate in an event, that is easy too! Most people start off doing some type of driving school or HPDE event. These are simply events designed for you to learn about driving on the track in your (or someone else’s) street car and give you the thrills of going fast, legally. These are run pretty well, are safe and there is very little risk to your car.

After you get comfortable behind the wheel at speed, you might just get the bug to go racing yourself. There are literally hundreds of race classes across the country, so finding one that you and your car fit into should not be that hard. RRT Racing would be more than happy to help you decide were you might want to race and we can certainly help you get your car ready!

Some of our partner organizations

Autocross differs from track events because it typically remains under 60 mph and has less straightaway and many more turns. Autocross events are frequently held in large parking lots. Traffic cones are used to define a course where drivers compete one car at a time against the clock. The times are recorded and used to differentiate drivers as they compete against each other. There is no passing or rubbing of fenders since cars are always separated from each other and do not compete in the same manner as race car drivers. RRT is proud to be the title sponsor the 2015 & 2016 NCC Autocross season. You can find more information on NCC Autocross’s website

American Endurance Racing

The American Endurance Racing (AER) series was born out of a desire for an inclusive endurance racing series with simple rules. AER’s goal is to provide a fun, safe environment for experienced drivers to participate in endurance races using almost any production based race car.

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was formed in 1991 to deliver high quality motorsports events to enthusiasts at major racing venues throughout the nation. NASA has created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles to enjoy the full performance capabilities of their cars in a safe and controlled environment. NASA offers many different programs that will allow you to enjoy motorsports on a number of different levels, including our High Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Rally Sport, Time Trial, NASA-X and Competition Racing programs.

BMW Club Racing is an excellent choice for those die hard BMW enthusiasts. What the organization lacks in Marque variety, it more than makes up for with specific and exceptional knowledge of BMWs. It driving schools are among the best out there and everyone is willing to help whether you are a rookie or a seasoned veteran.

Since 1944, SCCA has championed one mission: To bring motorsports to the masses of American men and women who are passionate about automobiles, speed and competition. From National Championships to regional events, whether professional or amateur, we exist to organize, support and develop auto racing at every level and provide an outlet for you to get out of the armchair and into the action. So, whether your passion is autocrossing, rallying or road racing as a professional or as a weekend warrior, SCCA wants to help you fuel your passion.