RACING INFO

FORMS

PROCESSES AND PROTOCOLS

New for 2021: Please help reduce entry line waits and streamline paperwork by preregistering at:

 

MotorsportReg.com

Alternatively, see the mail'n'send forms below:

For those pre-registered participants, download the appropriate following form and complete the listed vehicle technical inspection items prior to the event. Bring the partially completed form to the Registrar (then later to the Tech. Inspector) at the beginning of the event. If you have not completed the inspection prior to the event, you will be given an inspection form by the Registrar, to be completed prior to participation.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

OVERVIEW

Getting on-track, starting racing, rules, regulations, and requirements

Southwest Motorsport, Inc. (SWMS)—the largest road racing club in New Mexico— is a non-profit organization operating since 1999 to provide vintage, open wheel, sports car, and kart racing enthusiasts a venue in which to exercise their sport. Our home track is Sandia Speedway just outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Southwest Motorsport’s racing groups are run by “gentleman’s” rule, meaning that we do not encourage, nor condone contact, blocking or otherwise “offensive” driving tactics.

We are people who enjoy cars, competition, and good, clean racing; we realize that our cars are valuable and that many of our member’s budgets are finite. Besides our regular Spec Miata, Contemporary, Vintage, Open-Wheel, and Kart competition racing groups, our weekend events include a High Performance Driving School and a Lapping group for those enthusiasts who want to run their high-performance vehicles (street or otherwise) in a controlled environment but are not yet prepared to become full-fledged racers. We are passionate about sharing our sport and we hope to see you on the grid!

QUICK SUMMARY

Please reference the following table when navigating the required Forms, Processes, Protocols, and Rules found below.

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RACE TRACKS

Sandia Speedway

SWMS “home track” is Sandia Speedway, just west of Albuquerque, NM.  When run in it’s normal, full configuration, it is a 14 turn 1.6 mile road course, and can be run in multiple configurations.

Arroyo Seco

The club will sometimes schedule a SWMS run event at a nearby, regional track, often the first race of the season in the spring, typically in March or April.  Tracks include, Arroyo Seco Raceway in Deming, NM, and Pueblo Motorsports Park, in Pueblo, CO.

Pueblo Motorsports

The club will sometimes schedule a SWMS run event at a nearby, regional track, often the first race of the season in the spring, typically in March or April.  Tracks include, Arroyo Seco Raceway in Deming, NM, and Pueblo Motorsports Park, in Pueblo, CO.