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Why IMG?

If you're new to IMG, you probably have a few questions for us. Here are the answers to the most popular questions new members ask. If you have a question that isn't on this list, please feel free to Contact Us at any time.

What Makes IMG Different?

Here are the top 6 reasons for driving with IMG, chosen by our drivers:

  • More Track Time - For Races and DE Drivers
  • More Racing - 2x Double Races (4 races) on most weekends
  • Smaller Run Groups for Better Quality DE & TT Track TIme
  • Strict No-Contact Policy for Safer Competition
  • Friendly and Helpful Club-like Atmosphere
  • Saturday evening Car-B-Q's!

What are IMG Events Like?

The Independent Motorsports Group's goal is to sanction friendly, safe motorsports events where drivers can have fun on track, compete in races, and hone their craft in a no-contact environment.

On track, we drive hard and drive clean. To that end, we have a team of experienced instructors to help you get up to speed and perfect your technique. Our no-contact policy and rules of the road keep our High Performance Driver's Education (DE), TT, and Race sessions clean for all competitors.

Off track, our events and paddock are designed to have a friendly community feel. If you find yourself needing a helping hand, you can look towards our staff as well as your fellow drivers - We'll do everything in our power to make sure that no one is ever stranded at an IMG event.

Who runs the events?

Our staff is composed of experienced staff, flaggers, and instructors from all over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. We work as a tight knit team under the guidance and direction of Charlie Greenhaus, Our Director of Motorsports Activities. Charlie uses his decades of experience sanctioning DE, TT, and Race events to the fullest and ensures that our events are always both safe and fun.

View Staff Profiles on our Contact Us Page >

I've never been on a track before. Are IMG events for me?

Absolutely! The IMG DE program offers full in-car and classroom instruction, as well as mentorship from experienced drivers to get you up to speed. All you need is a properly maintained street or race car, a full-face helmet rated Snell 2005 or later, a long sleeve shirt, pants, and closed toe shoes.

Find out exactly what you need on the On-Track HPDE Page >

Do you accept licenses from other organizations?

Yes! We accept race and time trial licenses from many recognized sanctioning bodies, including SCCA, NASA, IMSA, and others.

To find out about your license, Contact Us >

Where do I sign up?

Registration is open for our events on our Schedule and Registration page.

Click here to Register Online >