Racing with AROSC HPD is wheel-to-wheel racing in the club sense; it is not a "blood sport". Our goal is to have fun competing with people driving cars with similar speed potential (see Car Classification) on the track to see who can get to the finish first. Our emphasis is on safe, clean racing. Car-to-car contact is dealt with very aggressively by our Directors. On a typical weekend, we run several practice sessions, a qualifying race and a final sprint race (typically 12 laps). If the schedule permits it in the late spring to early fall, we may also run an enduro of 2 to 2.5 hours in length.
All racing takes place in Race Group. Timing and scoring is done using an AMB transponder system whenever possible. Consequently, if you want to be scored you will need to have one mounted and working in your car. They are available directly from My Laps ( Car/Bike Transponder) and they occasionally show up on eBay. You can also try searching the web for a "TranX 260 transponder". We do not normally have any at the track to rent. You can race without a transponder but you will not be scored.
All cars and drivers must pass a technical and safety inspection before they are allowed onto the track. We accept drivers with race licenses from most other clubs and organizations but drivers without AROSC Race Licenses should contact the Race Director prior to signing up for an event.
Our schedule usually includes events at places such as Willow Springs, Buttonwillow. We also occasionally run at Spring Mountain, Las Vegas and the Auto Club (formerly California) Speedway and Laguna Seca (when we can get a date). And we expect to run at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway in the future.
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