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How to obtain a Club Racing License

 

 

Overview of PCA Club Racing Rules

Club Racing has classes for every type of Porsche. To be eligible, a car must have a Porsche chassis and drivetrain.  There are two types of classes: 

  • Stock (street cars with minimal modifications, all allowable modifications are carefully defined in the Rule Book)
  • Modified

Stock classes are formed from similar factory power to weight ratios, and cars must have complete road trim, stock drive trains, street tires, etc. Modified classes are defined by engine size, and are further split by street tires or race tires. 

Safety equipment requirements include: 

  • Roll cage meeting the minimum specs for the specific class
  • 5- or 6-point harness with proper seat
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Window net
  • External cut-off switch (can be installed internally, with an external pull wire)

Driver equipment includes helmet, suit, shoes, gloves, etc. The Club Racing Rule Book contains all specifications for safety equipment.

 

How to obtain a PCA Club Racing License

Any PCA member may apply for a Club Racing license if they meet the criteria set forth in the PCA Licensing Procedure (contained in the Rule Book). Join PCA here if you're not yet a member.

To renew your racing license, download the form below.

To apply for a racing license, follow these steps. It is also important to read the Licensing Policy/Procedures at the beginning of the Rule Book.

    Criteria: The PCA Club Racing License application will provide for two routes to obtaining a PCA Club Racing License:

    • Via an existing, current full-competition license with current experience from a recognized road-racing sacntioning organization, including NASA, SCCA, POC, IMSA, USCR, equivalent sanctioning body (no time trial), or any vintage group which is a member of the Vintage Motorsport Council.
    • Or, the member must meet the race-track driving-experience requirements as defined in the licensing procedures in the Club Racing Rule Book.
    • A current physical exam certification is required.

    STEP 1: Complete all sides of the following forms and obtain the necessary certifications:

    STEP 2: Send these completed forms with fee to the address shown on the License Application Form. 

    STEP 3: Complete the PCA Club Racing Vehicle Compliance Form and the Technical and Safety Annual Inspection. Take a copy of each with you to your first PCA Club Race.

    STEP 4: In order to be Timed and Scored, your car must be equipped with a MYLAPS Car Transponder. (The AMB Tranx 260 is compatible with our Timing and Scoring system.) 

    STEP 5: Go back and double check all of your forms and fill in any missing information. On the medical form, please check to make sure that the form is signed and dated by the doctor and that one of the 3 boxes at the bottom of the physical exam page is checked. An incomplete license application will not be processed.

    After downloading the forms and reading the procedures, should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Susan Shire, PCA Club Racing License & Program Coordinator.

    Archive

    • Effective immediately (04/14/17):

      Simpson Performance Products has recently discovered a potential safety issue with its Snell SA 2015 Voyager 2 helmet. Follow this link to view Simpson's full recall notice.
      http://cdn.growassets.net/user_files/scca/downloads/000/021/054/MA_17-01.pdf?1492005244

    • Notice of Counterfeit SFI Labels on Suits and Hoods sold by Sawan Sports
    • LEATT MRX Safety Bulletin August 20th
    • PCA Club Racing Notice to all Racers regarding equipment issues

      1)  IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS from SFI

      Counterfeit devices have been obtained by Simpson Performance Products and the matter is under investigation.  If you have a non-carbon head and neck restraint device labeled Hutchens Hybrid Pro with a 2013 SFI 38.1 label, this device may not be genuine.  Read morehttp://sfifoundation.com/important-notice-regarding-counterfeit-product/

      2)   VOLUNTARY FIELD MEASURE FOR RECARO POLE POSITION SPG (FIA) AND RECARO FURIOUS SPG (FIA)

      In a voluntary field measure with regard to its racing seats RECARO Pole Position SPG (FIA) and RECARO Furious SPG (FIA), produced until November 2014, RECARO Automotive Seating has asked its end customers precautionary to refrain from using these seats. 

    • Seat Belt Safety Notice:  The SFI has sent out the following notification concerning seat belts found not to be compliant.  Any racer with these belts should replace them, as they are no longer valid for PCA Club Racing. Read more: ....... SFI Ruian Dragon Recall Letter