Can I come out to the track and pay to run my car or motorcycle? AMP does not hold “track” days open to the public. The facility is available to clubs and track day organizations that hold events for their members. Local clubs such as: ProAutoSports, NASA-AZ (Pro Racing), PCA-AZ Region (Porsche Club of America), Xcel Track days (Motorcycles), SCCA, and others are typical Users.
Is Drifting allowed at AMP? No. The tire-smoke, squealing tires and loud engine noises that are produced by drifting cars are not “neighbor friendly.”
How quiet does my car or motorcycle have to be to run at AMP? Arizona Motorsports Park has set a maximum limit of a 94.dB for any vehicle operating at AMP.
Why a 94dB? This sound level prevents the track sound meter limit from being reached.
How do I know how loud my car or motorcycle is? Periodically Amps’ event organizers hold sound certification days for their members. When your vehicle passes the sound test a sound compliance sticker is issued and you are OK to run.
Don’t the noisy jets from Luke AFB exceed the AMP sound meter limit? Yes they do, however AMP has data recording sound meters strategically placed on the property that indicate if loud noises are from LUKE AFB jets or cars on the track.
How many people can be allowed on site at any given time? AMP’s Special Use Permit allows for a maximum of 200 people to be on site at any time with an off-duty police officer required at 99 people and over. Gates open at 8:00 AM, vehicles are from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM, with gates closed and the facility vacated by 5:00 PM.
Can races be held at AMP? Yes with the same 94dB sound limit.