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Pitt Race ARPCA HPDE - Oct 28 - 30, 2022

Pitt Race ARPCA HPDE - Oct 28 - 30, 2022

PCA - Allegheny

Friday, Oct 28 — Sunday, Oct 30, 2022
Pitt International Race Complex, Wampum, PA

Registration closed October 21, 2022 11:59 PM at 2022-10-21T20:59:00-0700 Registration ends October 21, 2022 11:59 PM at 2022-10-21T20:59:00-0700 Registration opens December 31, 2021 12:00 AM at 2021-12-30T21:00:00-0800 Registration runs from December 31, 2021 12:00 AM to October 21, 2022 11:59 PM

ARPCA Halloween HPDE at Pitt Race

FULL 2.8 mile circuit

 Saturday and Sunday, Oct 29 - 30, 2022

Advanced Solo Lapping (ASL), Friday, Oct 28, 2022

Are you new to track driving? Never driven with ARPCA? We have a long history of making everyone feel welcome! All ARPCA DE events are a great opportunity to drive your car on a fun and challenging track and enhance your driving skills. All makes are welcome, and you don't need to be a Porsche Club member to drive with us.  You'll see plenty of "non-Porsches" at our events.

Photo used with permission from Matthew Little Photography

Track Tour

Due to the limited remaining daylight, an abbreviated Track Tour is offered Friday evening, led by one of our senior instructors. We'll meet at 5:30 pm.  The focus is on track orientation for new drivers and those new to the circuit.  We will drive some lead/follow "parade" laps at slow speed.  If weather/daylight permit, we will get out on foot at a few locations on the track.  Everyone is welcome to attend. Contact Carol at track@arpca.com with questions.  A track tour specific email with logistics will be sent one week prior to the event.

Friday Advanced Solo Lapping (ASL) 

Instructors are not provided, therefore a demonstration of a high level of track driving experience and skill is required to qualify. ASL drivers are also required to register for the weekend HPDE. 

Approved ARPCA Instructors are automatically accepted. If you have previously attended an ARPCA ASL event at Pitt Race you will be accepted.

For all others, indicate your interest in attending ASL when completing the registration form. Please make sure your logbook of experience in your member profile is up to date. We will use this to evaluate your ability to qualify. We may also ask for a recommendation from the Chief Driving Instructor of your Region and will contact you by e-mail if we need your CDI’s contact information. ASL events are conducted as open track days and we are very careful to only have qualified participants at these events. This precaution is done to insure the enjoyment but primarily the safety of those who will be sharing the track.


If you are not currently an approved instructor for ARPCA and would like to instruct for us at Pitt Race, please contact Dave Palmer at chief.instructor@arpca.com.

Costs and Options

  • Driver Registration Sat/Sun: $595
  • Instructor Registration Sat/Sun: $100
  • Advanced Solo Lapping Friday: $295 (Friday ASL approval required; Sat/Sun registration required)

Garages and RV/Trailer electrical hookups are available for rental directly from the track.  Call Pitt Race at 724-535-1000.

Payment and Refunds

Our payment policy: We charge your card immediately upon registration.

You may cancel your registration through MotorSportReg.com.

Our Refund policy:

  • Cancellation fee through Sep 29, 2022: $25
  • Cancellation fee Sep 30, 2022 through Oct 6, 2022: $100
  • No refunds after Oct 7, 2022
  • No refunds for mechanical failure
  • No refunds for failing tech inspection
  • No refunds for weather
  • No refund if track management closes the circuit

More history of Pittsburgh International Race Complex (Pitt Race)

Pitt Race is just a short 20-minute drive north of the Pittsburgh International Airport with easy access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Exit 13). The circuit was expanded in 2015 and now boasts nineteen corners, over ninety feet in elevation change and is 2.8 miles in length. The circuit now offers plenty of challenges for even the most experienced driver.