Whether your are interested in driving, spectating or being an official we are always happy to meet new people. If you’re not sure if you want to drive, come out and see an event and watch from a turn or walk through the pit area and meet some of the drivers and their cars. If you have any questions there are always some officials near the start line. You’re welcome to stop by to find out more, just please be aware there are some areas restricted for your safety.
Check out the other New Driver pages for more information about what a typical event weekend is like and what you should know before you get started. Keep in mind that everyone’s plans vary a little bit so contact one of our technical guides before you start buying equipment or planning your schedule.
We are always happy to perform in front of a crowd and our events have designated areas for the best viewing from a safe location. Stop by one of our events if you are interested in finding out more about the sport or just want to see a racing event that doesn’t require an expensive ticket and hours in traffic. Once you get there find a designated spectating area and enjoy the show.
Being an official? That doesn’t sound like much fun. But being an official is as close as you can get to the action without being in the car. And it hardly seems like work when you’re around race cars. We are always looking for new people to help out, whether it is working the start line just a few feet away from the cars or manning a turn keeping an eye on the course and ready to respond if a car has an “incident.” No experience is necessary, we’ll train you and provide lunch. Just pack the right clothes and supplies to be outside for the day. It is helpful to contact the event organizer or our worker representative so they can tell you what to expect.
Current bylaws were approved at a meeting of the PHA Board at the Giant’s Despair Hillclimb on July 10th, 2004. A copy of the bylaws is available here.
Time Trials Rules