• Arrive and Drive Open Racing is available 7 days a week - reservations recommended!
  • No racing gear? No problem!
  • F1 Boston has the racing suits, helmets, neck braces...everything you need.

Arrive and Drive
7 Days a Week!

If your thrill meter is running on empty, our Open Racing sessions are the perfect solution. Open Racing sessions – known in Europe as Arrive & Drive – are available to the public 7 days per week. You'll come in and suit up, receive a driver briefing, and hit the track. You can purchase individual races or buy a multi-race package and save some money. Reservations recommended, call 781-848-2300.

Just come in and suit up, get a quick race briefing, then hit the track against other drivers scored by our computerized, split-second timing system – the same system used in professional racing.

With our City Course and Country Course tracks, you can choose your challenge – from sharp turns, a corkscrew and tunnel to rolling hills and off-camber corners.

PLEASE NOTE: To race, drivers must be 18 + with a valid drivers license.

Join a League!

Adult Leagues, Private Leagues, Endurance Leagues and Junior Leagues

League Racing is undoubtedly the best way to go racing at F1 Boston - not only do you get to compete with other racers like yourself, you also get the best deals. Leagues cater to both Sprint and Endurance formats and run on Tracks One and Two as well as the Joint Track, considered by many to be the best of its kind in the World.

Individuals or small groups can join one of F1's Adult Leagues, or if you have enough drivers (minimum of 10), you could even form your own league.

There is an F1 Boston Adult League level right for every racer seeking competition, fun and the opportunity to improve their skills. Rookie, Sprint and Pro leagues are formed throughout the year.

Call now for more info and registration! 781.228.2050

Endurance Racing... The Ultimate Driving Challenge

Finding that you just can't get enough? A blend of teamwork, consistency and outright speed is necessary to succeed in F1 Boston's 1 1/2 and 3-hour Endurance Races.

Endurance races feature timed practice, with the fastest team taking Pole Position, followed by the race itself. Teams choose when to change driver or re-fuel, although each team must make at least five pit stops and driver changes during the 1 1/2 hour race and ten pit stops during the 3-hour race.

In every Endurance Race, the top three teams receive awards at the podium. And every team will have been pushed to the limit - of strength, competition and sheer excitement.

Call the Leagues and Schools office at 781-228-2009.

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