motorsports enthusiasts COVID-19 Guidelines


The following guidelines will apply to MoE HPDE Events once the track opens up and we are running.

If you have not already, please sign our petition to Gov Murphy to open up NJ Race Tracks:

Before the event

  • First of all, if you are showing symptoms, don't feel well, or have come in contact with someone who is infected in the last 14 days, don't come to the track! CDC guidelines to possible symptoms are at the bottom of this page.
  • Tech Sheets and Waiver will be completed, and emailed to us prior to the event. A photo with your phone is fine. We will not collect or sign any sheets trackside. 
  • As always, a completed tech sheet and waiver is required to drive.
  • Be sure to have a mask, hand sanitizer, a pen, and gloves in your car.

During the event

  • NJMP will have COVID-19 gate admission procedures in place, make sure you bring your own pen.
  • MoE HPDE staff will have masks and gloves.
  • Participants are required to wear masks while in the paddock area, for your own protection, as well as the protection of others.
  • Handshaking, hugging, or other close contact between participants is strongly discouraged. 
  • Drivers meetings will be held outdoors, with 6 feet between participants.
  • Participants are encouraged to maintain safe social distancing at all times, 6 feet is what the CDC recommended.
  • Passengers will not be allowed.
  • NJMP will have an accelerated restroom cleaning schedule, as well as procedures in place to reduce exposure when opening doors, etc.
  • Concessions will be closed, but curbside pickup at the clubhouse will be available.
  • NJMP has produced  COVID-19 guidelines, you can view them HERE as well as in our DOWNLOADS section.

Novice Groups and Instruction

  • No in-car instruction will be conducted. Instead we will have a lead-follow for novices, estimated 4 cars per leader. 
  • All novice instruction fees will be waived for these sessions. 

Common sense

We have all had this re-iterated daily, the virus does not fly or crawl on it's own.  Simple common sense habits & procedures can greatly reduce risk of exposure. Safe social distancing, frequent and thorough hand washing, don't touch your face, wear a mask for your own protection and the protection of others. If we follow these simple guidelines, we can get out of our bunkers and back to the race track!

Official CDC COVID-19 Guidelines can be found here: 

As always, be safe, be smart! If you feel we should add something, please let us know HERE