How to obtain a PCA Club Racing License
Any PCA member may apply for a Club Racing license if they meet the criteria set forth in the PCA Licensing Procedure (contained in the Rule Book). Join PCA here if you’re not yet a member.
To renew your racing license, download the form below.
To apply for a racing license, follow these steps. It is also important to read the Licensing Policy/Procedures at the beginning of the Rule Book.
Criteria: The PCA Club Racing License application will provide for two routes to obtaining a PCA Club Racing License:
- Via an existing, current full-competition license with current experience from a recognized road-racing sacntioning organization, including NASA, SCCA, POC, IMSA, USCR, equivalent sanctioning body (no time trial), or any vintage group which is a member of the Vintage Motorsport Council.
- Or, the member must meet the race-track driving-experience requirements as defined in the licensing procedures in the Club Racing Rule Book.
- A current physical exam certification is required.
STEP 1: Complete all sides of the following forms and obtain the necessary certifications:
STEP 2: Send these completed forms with fee to the address shown on the License Application Form.
STEP 3: Complete the PCA Club Racing Vehicle Compliance Form and the Technical and Safety Annual Inspection. Take a copy of each with you to your first PCA Club Race.
STEP 4: In order to be Timed and Scored, your car must be equipped with a MYLAPS Car Transponder. (The AMB Tranx 260 is compatible with our Timing and Scoring system.)
STEP 5: Go back and double check all of your forms and fill in any missing information. On the medical form, please check to make sure that the form is signed and dated by the doctor and that one of the 3 boxes at the bottom of the physical exam page is checked. An incomplete license application will not be processed.