The Mojave Mile
Standing Mile racing is now the hottest form of racing on the West coast!
That’s right – standing-start, flat out speed, as fast as you can go in ONE MILE!
(or maybe even a mile-and-a-half)
Held in conjunction with the Mojave Air and Space Port in Mojave, CA, the Mojave Mile is the latest, fastest, and best venue for Standing Mile type racing. Mojave features a smooth, 12,000’ runway, with up to a mile of shutdown distance, the latest in accurate laser timing equipment, a top-notch staff of experienced professionals and safety response teams, and a huge overnight-secured Paddock area with P.A. system and food. Plus, our Mojave Magnum variant allows you to go for a full 1.5 miles!
The Mojave Mile and Magnum are open to both cars and motorcycles. Mark your calendar to attend one of the most exciting racing venues in the country!
October Magnum event a huge success! New Record set!
We had great weather and a great turnout for the Mojave Magnum on October 12th and 13th, 2013. Mike Garcia set a new Magnum motorcycle record at 247.3 MPH. Many racers earned new 200MPH and 225MPH club shirts.
Results are now posted! The links are on our results page. Speed certificates, trophies and club shirts will be mailed out as soon as possible.
The list of speed club members has also been updated.
Event dates for next year will be announced in the near future.
Entered an event but haven't paid yet? Your spot is not guaranteed! Read This!
Here's an important point that all entrants need to be aware of. If you put in your online entry to one of our events, but you decide not to pay at that time, that's fine; however, until your entry fees are paid in full, your entry is on HOLD, and your spot is NOT guaranteed. This means that if we get near our entry limit and other, paying entrants want to sign up, you could be bumped out of the event. To avoid this situation, pay your fees as soon as possible!
Speed Limits Raised!
Good news! Effective immediately, we have raised the Auto 1 class maximum speed limit (vehicle tech speed) to 175 MPH (from 170). And, to keep the limits aligned, we also raised the speed limit (driver tech speed) for Class C drivers (and riders) from 170 to 175 MPH.
One other rule change was enacted along with the higher limits. It now takes a 160 MPH run to graduate from a Basic license to a Sportsman license. (This was formerly 153 MPH.) Existing Sportsman license holders who have not yet gone 160 will still get to keep their licenses. (This rule change means that it is no longer possible for no-experience rookies to jump directly to a Sportsman license level using their initial required Rookie run. It will now take at least two runs for them to get that 200mph license.)
Bill Warner 1969-2013
We were saddened to learn that Bill Warner, our all time Mojave speed record holder, passed away on July 14, 2013 from injuries suffered in a racing accident at Loring, Maine. Our sincerest condolences go out to his family and friends. RIP Bill.
A WORD TO THE WISE
IF you plan to be a "walk-in" or "late arriver" and not sign up until you get to Mojave: We really don't recommend that you wait that long to sign up, but hey, we understand. If the event has not sold out in advance, we can most likely accommodate you. HOWEVER, there are some very important things that you can do before you arrive that will save you a LOT of time (possibly an hour or more) when you get there.
ONE - please, please put your entry into our on-line registration system ahead of time, even if it's just the night before. You don't have to pay online if you don't want to, but we need that entry information.
TWO - download, print and fill out the Tire, Medical, and Emergency forms.
You're going to have to do these things anyway, and it's a lot easier to do them at home. If you have to do them at Mojave it may take quite a while; time that could be spent racing instead!
THREE - Properly equip yourself and your vehicle. Here's a couple of quick tips: You can't just show up wearing a t-shirt, shorts and sneakers and expect to race. And you can't show up with ten-year-old tires and expect to run, either. Yet, every event, it seems that we encounter that sort of thing. People, the most important thing about competing at Mojave isn't going fast, it's going home safe and sound after the event. That is why we have strict safety rules. We know, the full Rule Book is a little intimidating, but if you do nothing else, PLEASE read the appropriate Preparation Guide (from our Downloads page) for your type of vehicle and the speed you intend to go. It's only a couple of pages. Understand what the safety and equipment requirements are for you and your car or bike. If you arrive at Mojave missing some required items, chances are not very good of you finding any equipment for sale anywhere nearby. Being well-informed and having the right gear puts you that much ahead of those who just can't be bothered!
Our Message Board is open!
Visit our Message Board by clicking on the "FORUM" link at the top of the page. You can read what your fellow racers are saying, and even join in!