Register ASAP for ’23 Time Trials Nationals

Register ASAP for ’23 Time Trials Nationals

No matter how super slick you are behind the wheel at SCCA Time Trials events, you’ve got to first show your speed at a computer or smartphone starting at 3 p.m. CT on Wednesday, July 12, because that’s when online registration opens for the 2023 Tire Rack SCCA® Time Trials Nationals Powered by Hagerty (TTN) taking place Oct. 12-15 in Bowling Green, KY, at NCM Motorsports Park.

The entry fee is $550 per driver, with a cap of 225 entries, so the price is right and the space is super limited.

Then considering this event is not just TTN, but also where Grassroots Motorsports Ultimate Track Car Challenge (UTCC) takes place this year, this uber-amazing SCCA event is a must-attend for any Time Trialer. So register now and sort your personal logistics out later – because you know you want to go.

 Register Now! You Know You Want To!

Is Time Trials Nationals Right for Me?

Short answer: Yes. Longer answer: Yes, it is!

The SCCA Time Trials program welcomes anyone with a passion for cars, fun, and parties who want to get on a racetrack for timed competition. And for Time Trials Nationals at NCM, it’s a stunner track and a knockout festival that this year takes place alongside the famed Grassroots Motorsports Ultimate Track Car Challenge. Learn more about the event, the long list of on-track activities scheduled, and additional info here.

If you haven’t done TTN before – or maybe you have, but you partied so hard that things are a little fuzzy – catch this recap video from the 2022 event to put things back in focus.

Still Not 100% Sure? This’ll Get Your Blood Pumping!

When we say you need to register for TTN fast, we meant Justin Peachey fast. Wanna know how fast that is? Check out the video below that shows Justin Peachey wheeling his Corvette around TTN’s 3.15-mile Grand Full Course at NCM. This is what the amazing track looks like from a driver’s perspective as he turns a breathtaking 2:07.931 lap. If that ain’t a good time, we don’t know what is.

Photo by Philip Royle / Staff