Track Preparation

Track Preparation

Are you ready to take your exotic car into the upper echelon of performance competition? We offer a number of services for a host of vehicles, including:
  • Exotic car track preparation
  • Classic car track prep
  • Performance tuning
  • and more

You’re probably wondering, “What do I need to do to get my car ready to race?” We’ll handle all the specifics and heavy lifting. The following list provides a general idea of what goes into exotic car track preparation and classic car track prep. This gives you a head start and a glimpse into what you’ll need to get ready.

What Do I Need to Do to Get My Car Ready to Race?

Any exotic car track preparation or classic car track prep entails a specific list of steps in proper planning before getting ready for action. Consider the following steps – and when you’re ready, contact us to set up your tuning track prep service.

  • Choosing a Vehicle. Will you hit the track with a classic or exotic vehicle? Depending on what type of experience you’re looking for, each make and model provides a unique performance adventure.
  • Set a Budget. When people ask, “What do I need to do to get my car ready to race?” usually they’re hinting at cost preparation. As a general rule, starting with an investment of $10,000 should get you everything you need for a top-tier experience.
  • Tires. Tires are what connect your exotic or classic car to the road. A dedicated set of track tires is needed that are used solely for race days.
  • Brakes. If your goal is just regular lapping on a standard track, average brake systems will suffice. However, if you plan on racing on a track with tight curves and other challenges, upgraded brake pads are needed so your vehicle doesn’t lose its grip under high-stress situations.
  • Suspension and tuning. Your suspension makes a huge difference in the handling of your vehicle. In addition, using tuning software can help boost your engine performance to get that extra push you need. Alignment also falls under this category.
  • Roll cages. If you plan on making a regular hobby of racing, consider roll cage installation as part of your tuning track prep.
  • Personal gear. Finally, flame retardant suits, helmets, and other gear should be purchased to protect yourself while racing.

A History of Track Experience

With a close connection to Pfaff Motorsports, Pfaff Tuning is your one-stop shop for preparing your car for the track this season. Chris Clark, our lead track technician, was the head technician on the #13 Orlando Corporation/Pfaff Motorsports Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR competing in the IMSA WeatherTech championship. Adrian Miranda, track technician, historically worked on a Canadian Touring Car Challenge race team outside of work.

Whether it’s track alignment, Pirelli Trofeo R tires, or safety gear from roll cages to fire suits and helmets, trust the experts at Pfaff Tuning to prepare your car for the track this season.

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