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T O P I C    R E V I E W Posted - 12/22/2010 : 10:05:05
Someone told me at the recent Sebring event that drivers need to be at least 18 years old to participate. Let me know what's 'official,' I'd like to bring my 17 year old daughter to a future track day.

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The management Posted - 09/04/2015 : 11:07:47
A clear-headed driver with a good attitude and a safe car is eligible. We've seen some committed enthusiasts continue to enjoy the hobby into their 80's...

Drive Well, The management
Wierdgrandpa Posted - 09/03/2015 : 18:14:26
This line talks about a minimum age. Is there a maximum age? I first saw the light of day 77 years ago. Am I eligible?
The management Posted - 12/22/2010 : 14:46:40
that waiver is executed in person at the track, by parent and child together. With a driver's license, a helmet, a car, and those signatures, a 16 or 17 yr old can participate.

Drive Well, The management Posted - 12/22/2010 : 12:40:50
Excellent! Can you point me to the required waiver?

The management Posted - 12/22/2010 : 12:08:50
...don't let a guess or a rumor mislead you... ask Chin staff directly. A 16 or 17 yr old licensed driver CAN participate. A parental waiver signature is the only additional requirement. We welcome teen drivers to get some advanced driver training, it might save a life!

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