If you want to really drive your car and [practice your drifting skills](www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LpPc8qutCA) in a safe environment, there’s no better way to do it than on a track. And if you want to perfect the setup, we highly recommend doing it at night. To that extent, Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) launched a brand new program that allows drivers with no prior racing experience to have fun with their rides on a track. It costs only $150 and doesn’t even require drivers to be SCCA members. The program will visit 20 facilities across the U.S., so let us know if any of you decide to participate because we’d love to hear about your experience. More details on the offer after the break.

**Official Release:** For owners of BMWs (or any other vehicle) whom want to have fun with their prized rides, the new Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Track Night in America program is the fastest way everyday people can get on a real race course. Previous on-track experience or SCCA membership NOT REQUIRED! All anyone needs is to be at least 18 years old, have a valid driver’s license, and access to a helmet and street car in good working condition. No race cars allowed for this unique program.

The cost is only $150 per entrant seeking time on track, which is fairly inexpensive and includes three 20-minute on-course sessions, as well as access to SCCA instructors and staff. Admission is free for those wishing to just hang out and enjoy the festivities or display cherished rides. People can register for a spot or learn more by visiting [www.TrackNightinAmerica.com](http://www.tracknightinamerica.com/).

With support from the FIA Sport Grant Program, SCCA Track Night in America, Driven by Tire Rack was created as a way to remove the mystery surrounding race circuits and eliminate hurdles that keep people from enjoying local tracks. In 2015, SCCA Track Night in America will visit nearly 20 facilities around the U.S. from April through August. Events take place weekday afternoons/early evenings, leaving weekends free for other obligations. Generally, each specified race circuit will host one Track Night in America monthly during the spring and summer.

A news release with additional information can be viewed at the Track Night in America press page. A brief FAQ, calendar of events and official logo can be found in the Track Night in America media kit.