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How Can I participate at Roebling Road

If you’re looking to drive at Roebling Road Raceway there are many quality clubs and groups which will give you the chance.

Club Racing events require you to have a competition license, a complete attire of racing safety gear and a fully prepared racecar. Track Days/Drivers Education events only ask that you bring a safe street car, a few safety items and a good attitude. If you’re looking to satisfy your need for competition, Time Trials and Autocrossing give you the chance to participate without the risk of “wheel to wheel” racing.

Roebling Road Raceway hosts a variety of groups and clubs which cater to precision driving, motorcycle track days, road races and racing kart events each year as well.

Look below and pick your level of commitment and get started on your journey to experience the challenge of Roebling Road Raceway.

For Track Day Enthusiasts

Track Days, Drivers Education, High Performance Drivers Education and Performance Driving Experience are some of the names for the events where you take your own car on track and learn to safely explore driving limits.

For most of these events you will start out with a driving coach/instructor riding along to help you learn awareness, smoothness and speed. Once you have gotten enough experience you can “go solo” and drive on your own. Risk is mitigated by having controlled passing zones and “point-by” passing only. At Porsche Club (PCA) and National Auto Sport Association (NASA) events, learning the basics of on-track driving is even the start for a racing license. For most automobile enthusiasts these days, this is the first way they get on track.

Roebling Road Track Day Groups

Coastal Empire Region Porsche Club of America
Florida Citrus Region
Florida Crown Region
Hooked on Driving
Just Track It
National Auto Sport Association (NASA)

For Aspiring Racers

If wheel-to-wheel racing is your craving but you are not licensed or want to get better, a racing school is for you and Roebling Road Raceway has your opportunities to learn side-by-side, nose-to-tail and door-to-door racecraft

Bertil Roos Racing School

If you’re looking for a professional racing school to kick off your racing career or bone up so you can do better in the racing you’re already doing – Bertil Roos hosts a 3-day beginner school, a 2-day advanced school and a racing series event at Roebling Road Raceway each year. Visit their website.

Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)

The Buccaneer Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) hosts a drivers school each year at Roebling Road – you will need to have your own club-racing legal car or rent one for the event, but this is a great place to start your journey into the world of club racing. Visit their website.

For Club Racers

Once you have attended a drivers school or if you have your competition license and are eager for racing side-by-side, passing for the lead and fighting your way through groups of cars while they do their best to keep you behind them, club racing is the spot for you. Roebling Road Raceway has many clubs and groups who use the track each year for just this purpose.

National Auto Sport Association (NASA)

The Southeast Region of the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) visits Roebling each year for part of its racing series. If you have a racecar, a racing license and want to go wheel-to-wheel, these guys provide plenty of opportunity. Visit their website.

Porsche Club of America (PCA)

The Porsche Club of America may be widely known for its Driver Education programs, but they also have a club racing series. The Florida Crown Region visits Roebling for this Porsche-only event. You will need to be a Porsche Club of America licensed racer to join the fun, but this is a great place to fight for position in excellent German machinery. Visit their website.

Roebling Road Open Test Days

If you are a competition-licensed driver and have a fully prepped racecar, these are events for you to come and work on your driving and car set up.

Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)

The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) has more than 50 years of hosting motorsports events. The good news for SCCA racers is that there are multiple opportunities each year at Roebling Road Raceway. Visit their website.

Vintage Drivers Club of America (VDCA)

For racecars of yesterday the Vintage Drivers Club of America (VDCA) hosts events each year at Roebling Road Raceway. If you have a vintage racecar and can’t bear the thought of it sitting quietly in a garage or museum, these events allow you to suit up, strap in and relive the glory of racecars past. Visit their website.

For Time Trailers/Time Attack Types

When you want to be motivated by the clock, striving to put together that perfect lap but without needing a full racecar and the risk of metal-to-metal crashes, then Time Trials are the way to go.

National Auto Sport Association (NASA)

Yes they do Club Racing, but they also host time trial events – including the only national championship time trials in the country. This is a step up from the NASA High Performance Drivers Education (HPDE) and now it’s you against the clock, trying to turn in a better time than your competition. Visit their website.

National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC)

Each year the National Council of Corvette Clubs “Corvette Atlanta” group visits Roebling Road for a high-speed against the clock event. You will need to have a Corvette for this event, but everyone needs one of those in their garage. Visit their website.

Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)

The SCCA has many types of competition including a time trial series with different levels depending on your car preparation and speeds. November is usually the time of year to see the SCCA time trailers attack Roebling. Visit their website.

For Motorcycles

Roebling Road has a variety of ways for you to start out, learn to race and go racing on the back of high-rpm screaming beastly motorcycles.

American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA)

This group, which is dedicated to restoring and competing on classic motorcycles, visits Roebling Road each year for racing with both vintage and modern motorcycles. Visit their website.

Championship Cup Series (CCS)

A motorcycle racing group specializing in sportsman Level motorcycle road racing in nationwide venues, including multiple events at Roebling Road Raceway each year. Visit their website.

Ed Bargy Racing School

The Ed Bargy Schools are the most comprehensive and experienced, advanced high performance riding schools in the country. Visit their website.

Western Eastern Racing Association (WERA)

Motorcycle Racing, Visit their website.

Stick boy Racing
Motorcycle Racing, Visit their website.

For Karters

For our smaller displacement friends Roebling Road is visited each year by the Southern Kart Club (SKC) giving you the opportunity to lap Roebling just centimeters off the pavement.  Visit their website.

For Autocrossers

For those into slaloming, high-speed lane changes and precision driving competition without the risk of full track driving, autocross should be the place you look. These groups set up a course using traffic cones so that any driving miscue has less risk and a premium is put on precise moves.

Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)

The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) has more than a few decades of hosting autocross events. The good news for SCCA autocrossers is that there are opportunities each year to autocross at Roebling Road Raceway. Visit their website.

Fuel Information

Current Fuel Available:
98 Unleaded and 110 Leaded in 5 gallon pails.

Quick Facts

2.02 Mile Track
9 Turns
Located near Savannah Georgia
Sound limit of 103dB, with the allowance for vintage cars at 104dB is strictly enforced.

Roebling Road Raceway

1135 Roebling Road
Bloomingdale, Georgia 31302
Phone: 912-748-4205

Toll Free: 888-398-7223

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