This Father’s Day come slide sideways with Grip! This is a Skid Pad, Drifting & BBQ. This event is more “Fun” than “Technical”. Bring the family out and come show off your ride while you lose some Grip with us.
Test the limits of your car’s “GRIP” on a sealed and sprinkled skid pad. Spinning out is half the fun in this controlled and safe environment.
Families/guests will be permitted to ride along for this fun and thrilling event.
No Helmets Required
“Grip 618 Skid Pad & BBQ” will give you the adrenaline rush you crave, without losing focus on every driver’s safety.
Alongside the skid-Pad, is a massive parking lot where we’ll be hanging out, music playing, BBQing, admiring other cars, and watching all participants drift from the overlook area.
NOTE: This is one of the few events we host that convertibles can attend.
This is a family friendly event so bring the entire crew. Spots will be limited for this event.
Spectators Only: $50 (Please Register)
We will all meet at Summit Point Raceway Potomac Skid Pad facilities on Sunday, June 18th at 9am, When you arrive at the gate, you will need to show your event registration email confirmation for entry (both in-print or digitally on your device will be accepted).
9:00am — 5:00pm – Open Skid Pad
10:00am — 2:00pm — Festival & Lunch (BBQ) in conjunction with skid-pad running
5:00pm — Load-up & Roll-out
Non-driving guests must be registered online to attend the event. They will be able to partake in all the same activities, except for track time. Please add your guest registration at the same time you complete your driver registration.
There will be no exceptions to the following cancellation policies:
All sales are final. No cancellations will be accepted for any reason. There will be no refunds, no partial-refunds, no transfers to future events, and no credits given.
All sales are final. No cancellations will be accepted for any reason. There will be no refunds, no credits of any kind.
At a skid pad event, drivers will learn how to recover from understeer (front skid) and oversteer (rear skid). Drivers will learn on a wet skid pad with no more than one other car at a time, going in the same direction. Skid pad is a non-competitive event. The focus will be on translating skills from the skid pad to being able to recover from oversteer or understeer in other events such as High-Performance Driving Education.
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