Due to social distancing requirements, we are asking that everyone help out by participating in the ETI or RTI process. The ETI is an NHRA program that is accepted at ALL NHRA Member Tracks. The RTI program is designed for “street legal” cars that participate regularly at our events such as Midnight Madness or Wide Open Wednesday, but that do not need an NHRA License. The RTI is only good at WWT Raceway. We will offer these on a time/staff permitting basis at the first few events. If you know that you need to get an ETI or RTI, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to let us know the event that you are planning to attend and we will do our best to accommodate you on that date.
How does the ETI work?
The ETI allows you to go through an expedited tech process in order to get through tech quicker as well as help with social distancing rules. In order to get an ETI, you will need to go through a tech process and provide information on SFI Spec’d equipment that will be included on the required NHRA form. You will then get a serialized sticker. In order to facilitate this process, we ask that you please bring serial numbers and expiration dates off all SFI Spec’d equipment, including, but not limited to: Harmonic Balancer, Transmission Shield, Flexplate, and Flexplate Shield. While we may be able to accommodate going through this process later in the day (only if we have an available tech inspector), we ask that you please schedule an appointment for this.
How does the RTI work?
The RTI is designed for Street Legal cars that are slower than 10.00 in the ¼ mile. If your car is quicker than this, you will need to go through the ETI process. Please fill out 2 copies of THIS FORM and bring them with you. Please bring all safety equipment that you are required to have. Note: helmets must be Snell 2010 (or comparable SFI spec 24.1/2010, 31.1/2010, or 41.1/2010) or newer. If more than one person wishes to drive the car, each driver will need to bring the above form and go through the RTI process. WWT Raceway will then issue a track serialized sticker that will also serve as your competition number. While we may be able to accommodate going through this process later in the day (only if we have an available tech inspector), we ask that you please schedule an appointment for this.
Why should I get an ETI or RTI?
With the ETI, you can simply turn in your tech card when you show up, no need to wait in the tech line. With the RTI you will have an expedited tech lane where we will check your completed form to verify that you have proper safety equipment with you for that day and to put your car number on your vehicle. PLEASE NOTE: after July 1, 2020, WWT Raceway will have a surcharge for any competitor not having an ETI or RTI. TNT, WOW, Mid Mad will be a $5 service fee. Bracket Races will be a $10 service fee. Please take advantage of this process while it is free and help us maintain proper social distancing guidelines.