Interested in Time Trials? First you should read about the Drivers Ed Series.

Finished? Now that you are back we can move into "What is a Time Trial?"

At first glance, a Time Trial looks a lot like a DE. This is because most of the event IS a DE. A Time Trial is an addition to a DE event, where the format of the last run session is run differently to allow each driver to be timed. This last session gives the event an optional competitive aspect and all the fun and camaraderie that goes along with it. (Note the word "optional," drivers may choose not to participate in the last session.) You think you are fast? Here is your chance to prove it!

So a Time Trial is a DE with a little bit extra at the end. Please note that the competitive nature of this is, like Autocross, against the clock. It is NOT wheel to wheel racing, even though the DE sessions may give that appearance.

As with Drivers Education, your car must meet the requirements set in the Zone rules and must pass a technical inspection. Having your car checked out prior to the event at an inspection station is strongly recommended. This is critical as your safety and the safety of those around you are paramount to PCA.

National Tech Inspection Form here

Z8 Classification/Tech Inspection Form here

Time Trial rules can be found here: Zone 8 Rules

Questions? Contact the Zone 8 Time Trial Chair

Don't forget to take a look at the Zone 8 Events Schedule