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Like a lot of people, we managed to make a decent amount of races until life got in the, kids, global pandemics, etc.  So now we sit with a car that we love, that's caged and Lemons legal, but as much as we dream of the old days and scheme to get back there again, registration deadlines come and go. 

How best do we get back in the car without a full Lemons weekend?  Are we relegated to autocrosses?  Is it possible for the 3 or 4 of us to show up somewhere one day with our car and all of our gear and throw down some laps on a track or do we need to be involved with a series still?  None of us are currently members off SCCA or anything of the sorts and imagine that's a crucial next step.  The hope is to get back on track with the Lemons gang soon, but we also want to scratch the itch lightly until then. 

FWIW, NJMP is our home track.

NJMP '11--#132 (Speedycop), NJMP '12 to '16--#215 (Philthy Motorsports), NJMP '16--#75 Most Heroic Fix, NJMP '17--#75 (still drying out), NJMP '18--#75, NHMS '18 - #75 Datsun 510

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NJMP has tons of track days. You don't need SCCA licenses. Contact NJMP for details.

1992 Saturn SL2 (retired) - Elmo's Revenge -  Class B winner, Heroic Fix winner x2
1969 Rover P6B 3500S(sold) - Super G-Rover - I.O.E Winner, Class C Winner
1996 Saturn SW2 - Elmo's Revenge (reborn!), Saturn SL1  Dazzleshipm Class C x2 and IOE winner
1974 AMC Javelin - Oscar's Trash heap - IOE,”Organizer's Choice" and "I got Screwed" award winner

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Many tracks have test and tune days.  I know a couple of tracks in CA don't require any racing license for those.  Some High Performance Driving Events (HPDE) also allow racecars. Check the calendar of your favorite tracks and see who is running events.

Team whatever_racecar #745 Volvo wagon

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AER races at NJ all the time.

"get up and get your grandma outta here"