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Old 07-03-2007, 12:21 PM
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Moroso Motorsports Park brings Time Attack to Florida
Saturday July 21st and Sunday July 22nd
Moroso Motorsports Park brings the speed & excitement of time attack racing to Florida for the first time. Moroso Motorsports Park is the first sanctioned time attack series open to the general public in Florida. You have seen it on TV. You have read about in Magazines. Now is the time to experience it
With the vehicle classifications and rules developed by the experienced management of Moroso Motorsports Park, any car can compete, No matter if you own a stock 2003 Honda Civic or if your shop runs a 600whp Mitsubishi EVO 8, Moroso Time Attack has a class for you. If you're tired of waiting hours for a few short minutes of seat time at the local Auto-X competitions or if you're an up-and-coming tuner shop who wants to make a statement, Moroso Time Attack is the perfect venue.
Taking place as part of the Florida Sports Car Championship Weekend July 21st and 22nd. Each day will a stand alone event with a separate Moroso Motorsports Park Time Attack Saturday and another on Sunday.
Winners will be crowned in 3 divisions each day following the completion of the Moroso Time Attack sessions.
Every driver will receive a number of practice sessions throughout the day to fine tune their car and perfect their skills. Finishing off the day will be the official Moroso Time Attack competition session. Each division will be sent out onto the track in small groups. After one warm-up lap, all cars in the TIME ATTACK session will have 3 hot laps to run the fastest time possible. The Time Attack session is the ONLY session that will count towards your Time Attack lap.
Moroso Time Attack is open to all competition-licensed drivers (FIA, PBOC, PCA, NASA…ect).
Moroso Time Attack will not be the only event taking place on the Track that day. The Florida Sports Car Championship will also be hosting the super fast and super sexy Radical with Sports and D Sports racers in the Radical Cup. The always-exciting Spec Miata series where fully race prepared but equal Mazda Miatas rub and bump in the “Spec Miata” Challenge on the 2.25-mile Moroso Motorsports Park road course. Rounding out the action will be the Super Solo Class where some of Florida’s fastest and most exotic cars take to the track for high-speed action.
Gates open both days at 7:00 Am. The first cars take to the track at 10:00 Am.
Spectator Admission is $20 each day. $30 for a 2-day weekend pass. Children 11 and under are free.
For more information call (561) 622-1400 or log onto
Welcome to Moroso Motorsports Park
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Nice.
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Where do I sign up.. I've got an itch.
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Originally Posted by treekiller View Post
Where do I sign up.. I've got an itch.
Here ya go!
http://www.morosomotorsportspark.net...ryformfscc.pdf
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i might go, I am new to autocross
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i might go, I am new to autocross
Not an autocross. It's a full 2.25 mile track. Depending on your car and balls you can be doing 140mph at the end of the front stretch.
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Wow its more than a day at Sebring.. OR about the same as a Chin event.

I have only been there for a motorcycle event and it sucked due to the 3 differnt road surfaces. I guess in a car its not a big deal.

Ill let others try it out 1st and report back then decide if I want to do one. Im packing up now to head out to Sebring for this weekend for a PBOC event.

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Originally Posted by Chuck 98 RT/10 View Post
Not an autocross. It's a full 2.25 mile track. Depending on your car and balls you can be doing 140mph at the end of the front stretch.
Not to mention you also need to hold some sort of racing license.
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That is a good Question for our orginizers. I hold a SVRA Time trial license which was required to run OLOA. however no physical license is issued by them. I am solo certified with NASA, PBOC, EMRA, BMWCCA, yadda yadda yadda. so I highly doubt anyone will question my ability to pilot a vehicle around a track at speed.

Just making sure this is fine before I sign up. and try to drag Loren out of hiding.
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Originally Posted by jaball77 View Post
Not to mention you also need to hold some sort of racing license.
I don't think a license is needed for Time Attack.

Gallego, can you clarify?
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