A Family Member must be directly related, or live in the same household. Only listed family member drivers enjoy the benefits of the membership (e.g. reduced Race and Practice fees). Family Member Drivers expire with the Primary Membership. Family Member drivers must be added by using the account profile of that driver and using the PKRA Membership Additions event.
Race Day Pit Spots
A maximum of 4 pit spots is allowed per primary membership. The limit on race day and for vendors is 2 pit spots. Reserving a Pit Spot applies only to Club Races (not practice, and not outside races). Reserved Pit Spots expire with the underlying membership (or after a year for Vendor Pit Spots). Reserving a Front Row Pit Spot can be advantageous from a cost perspective if you race frequently, but also reserves your particular spot. Back row spots are free on race day, but you may reserve a particular pit spot. Race Day pit spots must be purchased with the account profile of the primary member and using the PKRA Membership Additions event.
Front Row (1-59) Annual $300 (Non-Member Vendor $375)
Back Row (60-177) Annual $50
View Map of Pit Spot Reservations
Change current Pit Spot Number – email PitSpaces@pkra.com
You may upgrade a membership level and pay the difference between the current prices for each. For upgrading Bronze memberships, both the Primary Membership and all Drivers must be upgraded. The expiration date will not be extended, and as the amount will not be pro-rated, so it may not be to your advantage to upgrade. You must use your primary member account profile to upgrade a membership using the PKRA Membership Additions event.
Reserve Kart Numbers for Club Races
Members may reserve a kart number for a particular driver and class by emailing email@example.com. Preference will be given to those with prior use of that number, so please review past points or race results to find an unused number before making a request. Also keep in mind that once reserved, that number cannot be used in that class by another driver outside of your account relationship (normally family membership). Don’t reserve a number if you expect to share your kart without changing the number. These reservations may be visible to other members and possibly the public.