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Waterford Hills Open Track Day
May 15 @ 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
One event on 04/10/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 05/15/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 06/12/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 07/10/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 08/14/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 09/11/2022 at 7:00 am
One event on 10/09/2022 at 7:00 am
Waterford Hills Open Track Day
NOTICE: Effective 7/21/2021 Participation of Electric vehicles has been suspended until WHRRI obtains specialized equipment to deal with Electric Vehicle emergencies.
WHRRI member $195.00
*Day of Event:
WHRRI member $220.00
Open Wheel (2 sessions)
Online Payment – WHRRI member $100.00
Online Payment – Non-Member $110.00
*This event will include a dedicated Competition run group*
** This event will include 2 sessions for Open Wheel vehicles**
Dates for 2020:
OTD 1 – April 9th
OTD 2 – April 10th
OTD 3 – May 15th
OTD 4 – June 12th
OTD 5 – July 10th
OTD 6 – August 14th
OTD 7 – September 11th
OTD 8 – October 9th
*3 pack and 6 pack discount packages are available
Cancellation Policy (Changed for 2022 – please read!)
10% base cancellation fee
30% cancellation fee if notification is received between 48 to 72 hours of the event.
50% cancellation fee for notification received in the 48 to 24 hours prior to the event.
100% cancellation fee within 24 hours prior to event.
No Show or arrival after Registration Close on event day will lose their spot and receive NO REFUND.
Track Pack/Credit cancellations: Penalties will be applied to the rescheduled event.10% base cancellation fee
There will be No Reduction for any cancellation/no-show penalty even if your spot is filled.
Events start at 7:00am for registration and tech inspections.
8:30AM Registration Closes – No-show/open spots distributed to walk-ups
9:00am driver’s meeting and novice instruction
Vehicles on course at 10:00am
Track secured at 6:00pm.
How do we make up the run groups?
We usually have 5 run groups made up of 16 drivers
Each group is scheduled to get 4 sessions during the day
Each session will be ~15 to 20 minutes
Drivers are split up into groups based on experience.
What kind of equipment do I need?
A vehicle that can pass a basic safety inspection (Contact me about restrictions on convertibles, open wheel, Truck, SUV and Hybrids)
Recommend using vehicles with manual transmissions
A SNELL rated helmet that’s 2010 or newer (We have rental helmets available at the track if you don’t have one)
No special tires are required!
I’m new to this!
Everyone was new at one point!
We have basic instruction in the morning
Club drivers can provide one on one instruction when available
Track day people are Awesome! Pretty much anyone at the track will be happy to help, or come find me and I’ll introduce you to an experienced driver
I’ve been collecting lots of information and posting it in our forums… check it out here: OTD Primer
Send me an email and I’ll get any other questions answered ASAP! (OTD@WaterfordHills.com)
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We use this list to keep everyone informed on schedules and changes.
Tips and tricks for newcomers!
Go here to join the list: Waterford OTD Mailing list
How do I rank myself for registration?
I double check your experience levels during the registration process.
If you have a question, note it in the “Notes to Organizer” on the entry form. I do read them!
Unsure of your skill level – start out as a Novice (HPDE-1) and tell me what your experience is – we’ll get you in the right group!
Use the table below to help you figure it out:
Event Class Descriptions
This group is for people that are new to OTD/HPDEs
You are learning the flags, hand signals and track etiquette
You are new to driving on a road course, and are also learning how to navigate the track.
You are primarily focused on your driving and performance.
You are learning to expand your focus to the Corner Marshals
You are reliant on Corner Marshals to let you know someone wants to pass.
Some experience – you have successfully completed 2-3 track days either here or at other tracks.
You are familiar with all of the flags and hand signals.
You are comfortable at speed on the track but still working on your line
You are gaining experience and comfort with passing on long straights.
Your focus is expanding to include drivers behind you
You are less reliant on Corner Marshals letting you know someone wants to pass
You know what an “Apex” is.
You have multiple track days here or at other tracks
You know the flags and hand signals well enough to give a speech on them
You have experienced the limits of traction, and have some experience how to resume control
You are highly aware of all driver and Corner Marshal activity around you
You are genuinely surprised if a Corner Marshal has indicated a driver wants to pass and you were not aware of it.
You are learning how to execute passes on low speed turns
You measure your OTD/HPDE experience by “Seasons”
You are comfortable passing/being passed at any point on this track
You are embarrassed if a Corner Marshal shows you a passing flag and you didn’t already have the passing zone picked out
You are capable of teaching flags and hand signals to a small group of people that do not speak your language.
Tires and brake pads have long ago become a known “expense” that is included in your household budget
You share knowledge with novice drivers on how to get started and improve their performance
LICENSED RACE DRIVER.
Licenses issued by WHRRI, SCCA, NASA or other major sanctioning bodies are required to run in this class.
This class has open passing
This event is approved for track day insurance with the following companies:
Hagerty track day insurance: https://www.hagerty.com/Insurance/Track-Day-Insurance
Long pants and closed toe shoes are required
No passengers are permitted during hot sessions (except instructors)
2018 WATERFORD_HILLS_OTD_TechForm.pdf (Tech form is for reference only – printed form will be provided to you on day of event)
2018 OTD Student Hand Book 20180313sl.pdf