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Links:TT License Application,Classification Forms,Rules,more

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Greg G.

Most of the links below are broken due to the upgrade in the NASA computer system and servers. The links are being re-worked, with new names. Until that time, please go to the NASA main website (not the TT Website) to download all Rules, Forms, Class Calculators, License Applications, etc.

https://www.nasaproracing.com/

https://www.nasaproracing.com/rules

https://www.nasaproracing.com/forms

 

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The NASA TT License Application form can now be downloaded off of the main http://www.nasaproracing.com site in the forms section http://www.nasaproracing.com/images/rules-forms/Time-Trial-License.pdf

TT License renewal is available on-line--just log in to the main NASA website and find the license renewal button. http://www.nasaproracing.com/

 

NASA has decided that racers with a current NASA Competition or Provisional Race License will not need to also get a TT License. They do need to be aware that driving over-aggressively in a TT/HPDE4 session will put their Competition License at risk.

 

The TT Car Classification Forms can be downloaded here:

TTB-TTF: http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules/time_trial_classification.pdf

TT1/TT2/TT3/TTU: http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules/time_trial_classification-sur.pdf

 

TT Rules:

http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules/time_trial_rules.pdf

 

NASA CCR's:

http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules/ccr.pdf

 

Regional Director e-mail:

http://nasa-tt.com/Regions

 

Provisional Car Classifications:

http://www.nasa-tt.com/Rules/p2005_articleid/29

 

Rules Addendums and Clarifications:

http://www.nasa-tt.com/Rules/p2005_articleid/30

 

TT On-line Class Calculator Tools:

http://www.nasaproracing.com/racing/series/NASA_TTU123_Class_Calculator_2014_v1.xlsx

http://www.nasaproracing.com/racing/series/NASA_TTB-F_Class_Calculator_2014%20v1.xlsx

 

National TT Website:

http://www.nasa-tt.com or http://nasa-tt.com

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owenxguo

What does TT license look like? I have my HPDE4 leader signed the application, and turned in(paid of course)at Buttonwillow, but almost 2 months, haven't receive anything yet. Should I call to ask? or keep waitting?

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jason

It's a plastic credit card type card, like your membership.

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Grintch

NASA has decided that racers with a current NASA Competition or Provisional Race License will not need to also get a TT License. They do need to be aware that driving over-aggressively in a TT/HPDE4 session will put their Competition License at risk.

 

Does this also apply for SCCA Regional Competition License and Novice Permit holders?

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Greg G.

NASA has decided that racers with a current NASA Competition or Provisional Race License will not need to also get a TT License. They do need to be aware that driving over-aggressively in a TT/HPDE4 session will put their Competition License at risk.

 

Does this also apply for SCCA Regional Competition License and Novice Permit holders?

No. They need to either get a NASA TT License or a NASA Competition License. It is likely that someone with an SCCA Comp License will be approved to run in HDPE4/TT by the regional TT Director. A Novice Permit holder may require a check-out ride. But, in either case, they will need to follow the process for obtaining either a NASA TT or Comp License.

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Kubs

Hi, I am new to the forum here and I am looking to get my TT license this summer. I have done several club time trials and HPDE type events with point to pass situations. What all would be required of me to get a license? Should I just show up at a school with the proper forms?

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Tcal
Hi, I am new to the forum here and I am looking to get my TT license this summer. I have done several club time trials and HPDE type events with point to pass situations. What all would be required of me to get a license? Should I just show up at a school with the proper forms?

 

I am also new to the scene, but this is what I think your options are

...someone correct me if I am wrong.

 

1-work your way up through NASA HPDE 4 and get signed off to TT by HPDE 4 and TT director.

2-Sign up for a NASA / Mid-Ohio comp school license course (hpde 4 at least required)

or

3-just fill out a NASA TT application, send it in, and see if your past experience is good enough

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