Porsche vehicles were bred to be on a race track. While most folks will only scratch the surface of their Porsche's full capabilities, getting your Porsche on track can be one of the most rewarding aspects of owning a Porsche.  

There are several clubs such as PCA, SCCA, NASA and others who focus on driving education and providing opportunities for enthusiasts to push the limits of their vehicles. 


Many clubs offer different driving experiences such as autocross, driver education (HPDE, DE, PDX), and competition racing. 

Pictured: 981 Cayman at VIR (Virginia International Raceway) 

Track Day Checklist

  • Oil - Bring an extra quart
  • Trans / Diff Fluid - Make sure to have fresh fluid
  • Brake Pads - Make sure to have fresh pads or swap to a track compound at the track, ensure rotors have sufficient thickness
  • Wheels / Tires - Make sure to have ample thread and no damage to tire or wheel
  • Steering / Suspension - Make sure everything is functioning correctly and nothing is loose
  • Engine - Make sure it is running correctly and is not leaking any fluids
  • Safety Equipment - Comply with event and track rules (Snell helmet typically needed)
  • Glass Cleaner - Bring in case you get debris and dirt obstructing view
  • Wax - Put a coat of wax on the front bumper, fenders, and around the wheel wells for easy clean up
  • Tire Gauge - Check tire temps before and after sessions
  • Basic Tools - 19mm for wheel lugs, T-20, T-25, T-30 torx bits, 10mm wrench for brake bleeder valves, wrenches, etc.
  • Rags / Towels
  • Folding Chair - bring something comfortable


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