Entrant Registration for the Highway Safety School

for the 2018 BMW CCA Chapterfest

Use this site to sign up as an entrant for the HSS event only.

This event is part of the 2018 BMW CCA NCC Chapterfest! at Summit Point Motorsports Park!!
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Details for the HSS event:
Date: Saturday May 12th
Time: 7:30 am - 5:00 PM
Location: Summit Point Raceway - Jefferson Circuit
Registration Fee: $225.00
Age Requirement: All participants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver's license
Prepare for an exciting weekend of activities. In addition to the Highway Safety School on the Jefferson Circuit, the National Capital Chapter will be hosting an HPDE event on the Main Track and an Autocross on the Washington Circuit!
This HSS event an introductory performance driving event. You will have an instructor with you at all times – during the morning exercises and during the afternoon track sessions.
At a National Capital Chapter HSS, with an instructor in your car. you will be able to explore your car's capabilities, approach your car’s limits under controlled conditions, and practice the skills needed to control your car safely within those limits.
BMW CCA Membership is NOT Required for the HSS. In 2018 and moving forward, at time of HSS registration, you are not required to be a BMW CCA club member. Anyone, non-members and members alike, can register for NCC HSS program. Note that this policy applies ONLY to the HSS and not to other programs or events.
NOTE:
As of 2017, Snell 2010 and later helmets are required. SNELL 2005 rated helmets are no longer authorized for use. A helmet is required for the afternoon sessions at the HSS.
Vehicle Requirements:

  • Trucks, vans, and motorcycles are NOT permitted!
  • SAVs and SUVs are permitted if they meet rollover requirements and with approval of the Chief Instructor. Please contact us before registration if you are thinking of using an SAV or SUV.
  • Convertibles are permitted without roll bars. Speeds are limited to 70 MPH (for all vehicle types) to allow this.
  • Race cars or cars not inspected for road use are strongly discouraged for a HSS since this is considered an introductory performance driving event.
  • The use of R Compound tires is NOT allowed at this event since it is an introductory performance driving event and the use of R Compound tires will not allow the student to learn the limits of their car in a manner consistent with this type of event.
  • The Chief Instructor has the final determination on the safety of all vehicles prior to admittance on track! If you are uncertain, please contact us prior to registration to confirm.

Solo Criteria:

  • There are NO solo run groups at this HSS event.
  • Do NOT expect to get a solo sign-off at this HSS event.

This HSS event an introductory performance driving event. You will have an instructor with you at all times – during the morning exercises and during the afternoon track sessions. Allowing a student to drive solo is not consistent with an introductory event.
VEHICLE INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS - Cars must be inspected BEFORE EVERY HSS and within 60 days of every HSS by a qualified service facility. A properly completed tech inspection form (supplied) must be presented at the track. It is your responsibility to insure that your car is safe and road-worthy. If you are bringing a race car, or car not currently inspected for road use, you must present proper race car safety and certification material (i.e., annual race inspection).
New for 2018; Summit Point Motorsports Park has a maximum allowable decibel of 103 for HPDE and non race programs (which includes this HSS). At the very least, your HSS registered vehicle must be quiet enough to allow appropriate in car, on-track, communication between instructor and student and must also not interfere with communication between other instructors/students on track. If you're not certain if your car is acceptable, test the decibels or contact us.


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