How do I get GT Radial tires?
Please visit this page for rules and additional details about the GT Radial Championship Prizes and Contingency Programs: https://www.86cup.us/gtradial/
What mods do I need to start tracking my 86?
Contrary to what many people think, you actually don't need much to begin tracking! For your first few track days, you'll just need proper track brake pads, and good brake fluid. We can recommend Winmax W5 for brake pads and Motul RBF600/RBF660 or Project Mu G-Four 335 for brake fluid. An oil cooler is also highly recommended, but typically not required for your very first track day. That's it! You don't need fancy suspension parts or super sticky tires to come out and have some fun!
My car is stock. It's no good for the track, right?
Absolutely not! In stock form, down to the "Prius" tires, the 86 is actually very capable, and a perfect platform for new drivers to learn and refine his/her driving skill. We have a "Stock" class for 86's with little to no mods so you can focus on driving and not worrying about mods and adjustments. As some would say, "stock is best!"
Will braces/tires/wheels/suspension/FI/engine swap mods make me faster on the track?
Not necessarily. You will certainly feel a difference from most of these mods, but we actually recommend you save some money and start out with a simple setup, and only start modding after you've had a chance to see what the basic platform can do. That way you only spend money on things that you think need improving, after you've had a chance to experience the car in what we think is an already capable form. Many of us have learned the hard way and actually removed mods from our cars, and have gone faster!