Date: May 21st - 22nd, 2022
Track Name: Pueblo Motorsports Park
Configuration: Road Course
Join us at the Rumble in the Rockies on May 21st and 22nd at Pueblo Motorsports Park.
This event will feature our High Performance Driver Education (HPDE) program, Time Trials (TT), and wheel to wheel competition racing.
If you are interested in learning the basics of High Performance Driving, or simply want to drive your car on a racetrack in a controlled and professionally staffed environment, then NASA’s High Performance Driver Education is for you. NASA HPDE gives you a chance to test your skills and learn from NASA's pool of experienced instructors at a venue designed for safe, spirited driving far away from the risks present on the street. Our HPDE program has become the standard for the 'open track' industry and features multiple skill levels to ensure that you are able to enjoy a safe and fun day at the track.
HPDE entries DO NOT need to also add an instructor entry. HPDE1 drivers will automatically be assigned an instructor.
If you are registering for HPDE and also adding a TT check ride, please make sure that you have applied for your TT license prior to the event. A link to the license application can be found below in the TT section.
Click here to learn more about NASA's HPDE program.
In NASA Time Trial competition, anything goes, from prototype racecars and converted production cars to the current crop of electric cars. Weight-to-horsepower ratios make for fair classes and lots of creative freedom to build the car you want. NASA Time Trial provides a venue for spirited on-track competition with a high degree of safety and convenience.
Click here if you'd like to learn more about the Time Trial program.
You must posses a current NASA TT license to participate in TT. Click here to apply for your license now!
The NASA Rocky Mountain regional sprint race series is offered as a fun, friendly environment with emphasis on good sportsmanship and clean competitive racing.
You must have a current medical on file with NASA as well as a 2022 Competition License to participate in any racing event. If you don't have a valid license or approved medical, you will not be able to participate in any wheel to wheel racing. You can drive in any TT or HPDE session.
You can apply for your license by clicking here.
If you want even more track time, you can choose to super size into another group. Super Size entries must be in addition to a normal entry.
Single Day: $249
Weekend Super Size**: $199
Single Day Super Size**: $124
Single Day: $279
Weekend Super Size**: $249
Single Day Super Size**: $145
** Super size entries not associated with a normal entry will be charged the difference for the normal entry fee.
Transponders are required in all Time Trial and race groups. We also provide timing information for anyone participating in the HPDE3 and HPDE 4 groups.
Transponders can be rented for $40/day.
All cancellation requests must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your request is received before 12:00PM Mountain time on May 9, 2022, you may select to receive a full refund less a $50 processing fee or full credit towards a future Rocky Mountain region event in the 2022 Season. Requests received after that time are not eligible for a refund. Instead, credit less a $50 fee will be issued that can be used towards a Rocky Mountain event in the 2022 Season.
Credits will be issued via a onetime use promotional code that can be used during the normal online registration process. Credits are only valid for one event. If you are unable to attend the event you used the credit towards, a refund or second transfer will not be permitted. Credits are not valid for cross-over events hosted by another region.