Q: Can I drive my own car on the track?
A: There are several ways that you can get track time in your own car at Lime Rock Park. Click here to see all your options. For more information, call 860.435.5000.
Q: What’s the best way to get to Lime Rock Park?
A: Driving is the best way to get to the track, and the experience will be part of the fun, as most of the area routes are designated scenic roads or highways. There is a page dedicated to driving directions on the website (click here) or call the track office at 860.435.5000 to receive a faxed copy of the driving directions.
Also, Metro-North Railroad’s Harlem line has a station in Wassiac, N.Y., which is 20 minutes west of the track.
Q: How can I purchase tickets to Lime Rock Park events?
A: You can purchase tickets at www.limerock.com and instantly receive a print-at-home ticket or you can call 860.435.5000 to purchase over the phone. AAA offices in Connecticut, Pioneer Valley, Massachusetts and the Albany-Hudson Valley area of New York also sell Lime Rock Park tickets. You can also purchase tickets on the day of the event at the gate price.
Q: What is the price of a ticket to Lime Rock Park?
A: Ticket prices vary depending on what event you chose to attend and when you purchase it. Advance Tickets cost less than gate tickets and are available until one week before the event. We also encourage fans who like to come to all the race weekends to purchase a discounted Season Pass for the year. In addition, we offer tickets with Fan Zone Hospitality included. Please visit the website, www.limerock.com, or call the track office at 860.435.5000 for more information.
Q: What do tickets cost for children?
A: Admission for children 12 and under is always free. We always provide fun "kid" things to do, such as a Bounce House, karting for kids, a race car the kids can play on and in, face painters, etc.
Q. How do I rent a golf cart for an event?
A. We work with W&B Golf Carts out of Hudson, N.Y. Call them at least two weeks ahead of time! 518.851.2266
Call with credit card to reserve
Q. Can I fly my drone at Lime Rock?
The flying of any drones, fixed-wing or rotor (i.e., UAVs), is strictly prohibited at Lime Rock Park during any and all ticketed or un-ticketed spectator events. Violations may result in confiscation of drone and drone apparatus and expulsion from the property, at Lime Rock management’s sole discretion. Use of drones at private events MAY be allowed but ONLY with prior application to, and approval by, Lime Rock Park
Q: What should I bring to the track?
A: Lime Rock Park is truly a park that has a racetrack winding through it, so plan for a day at Lime Rock the same way you would plan for a day in the park! The track purposely does not have bleachers or grandstands, so plan on bringing blankets and/or chairs to use on the spectator hillsides. Suntan lotion is always a good idea and since the events are rain or shine, an umbrella and rain jacket should be included in your backpack. Don't forget your camera, cooler and a "Sharpie" for autographs!
Q: Does the track have food concession areas?
A: Lime Rock Park Catering sells a tasty variety of breakfast and lunch meals from a number of locations: one in the Outfield, one in the Infield and one in the A Paddock. We also deploy a number of hot dog stands -- Hummel Bros. is our official Hot Dog. Lime Rock Park's official Bottled Water is Crystal Rock, the official Beer is Harpoon, and the official Soft Drink is Coca-Cola.
Q: Can I bring my own food and cooler?
A: Yes, you can bring a cooler with food and drinks, and there is no size restriction on the coolers. Glass bottles are prohibited at the track, so please bring your beverages in cans or plastic bottles.
Q: Are dogs allowed?
A: Dogs are not permitted on site during the major spectator race weekends: Trans-Am May 22-24; IMSA Tudor United SportsCars July 24-25; Historic Festival 33 September 3-7.
Q: Where do I park once I get to the track?
A1: General Parking at Lime Rock is free and we have plenty of event parking staff who will show you exactly where to park when you arrive. You just have to decide if you want to park in the Infield (enter through the Lime Rock Park Main Entrance, 60 White Hollow Road) or the Outfield (directly off of Route 112). Parking in the Outfield means a short walk over the pedestrian bridge at the end of the front straight. Handicapped parking is available in both the Infield and Outfield parking areas; a valid handicap-parking permit must be shown in order to park in the designated area; we will direct you to the handicapped parking locations. All parking is convenient to the Spectator Hillsides and Viewing Areas, and we make the journey to the perfect spot on the hill even easier by providing Courtesy Golf Cart Shuttles to help you manage the kids and the cooler.A2: Other option: Guaranteed Infield Parking spot on race days – regardless of when you arrive – for a fee of $25. We will hold a parking spot for you, even if you arrive just minutes before the green flag flies for the feature race! This does not mean we are charging for parking: If you want to park in the Infield for free, you must arrive early in the morning and you will likely be parked in the Infield – but we can’t guarantee that. Remember, Guaranteed Infield Parking is simply a choice you have to guarantee that Lime Rock Park will save an Infield Parking spot for you regardless of when you arrive on a Race Day.
Q: What is the Paddock?
A: The Paddock is where the race teams park their transporters. These transporters become temporary garages where the race mechanics prepare the race cars. Lime Rock Park has two Paddock areas -- the A Paddock, which parallels pit lane, and the Sunoco B Paddock, which is inside the Downhill corner. Paddocks are where you can see the race cars, drivers, engineers and mechanics up close. Paddock access is free, and children under 18 are welcome in the Paddock as long as an adult is with them.
Q: What if it rains during an event?
A: The events at Lime Rock Park take place rain or shine so make sure you bring your rain gear. If the race is postponed because of weather your ticket will be honored as a Rain Check for the make-up date. Please visit our website, www.limerock.com, to check on the weather at the track; we update it constantly.
Q: Is there a campground at Lime Rock Park?
A: Yes. Camping at Lime Rock Park requires the purchase of a weekend admission ticket (unless you are a Season Pass holder). Lime Rock Park charges a per-event campsite fee, starting at $25 (more for different options). This fee covers the designated number of nights of each particular race weekend, whether it’s two, three or four nights. Camping begins 9:00 a.m. on Thursday of event week.
Call 860.435.5000 ahead of time to arrange payment of the Camp Site Fee and for more details. We offer a designated Family Area with special “quiet” evening hours, too. Reserved RV spots are also an option and must be purchased in advance (see below).
Q: Are there facilities for RVs?
A: We have reserved RV spots that may be purchased in advance. Lime Rock Park does not offer electric or water hookup facilities in our RV area. Pumping can be arranged by calling "PJ's" at 203.748.6906.
Q: What are the vehicle weight/length/width limits for the Infield drive-over bridge, also know as the Bailey Bridge?
A: 10 tons (20,000 lbs), 40-feet long and 12-feet wide. Anything larger needs a track escort across the racetrack. Please call 860.435.5000 in advance for escort information.
Q: Can I barbeque or grill at the track?
A: Grilling is allowed in the camping area in the Infield, as long as you're using a grill or hibachi. Grilling is not allowed on the Spectator Hills and the Paddock areas. And, as mentioned before, coolers are allowed at Lime Rock Park making it easy for you to enjoy your barbeque at the track.
Q: Where is "Will Call?”
A: Will Call is located in the small Registration building at the end of the Main Entrance stone driveway; bear right as soon as you turn into our entrance off of 60 White Hollow Road and follow the stone driveway until it ends. Will Call is open between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. during major event days.
Q: Can I ride my bike at the track?
A: Bicycles are allowed in camping. After 6 p.m., fans and participants may ride bicycles in the Paddocks and on roadways at Lime Rock Park.
Q. Where is the nearest gas station?
A: The Patco/Mobil station in Lakeville, Conn., is at the intersection of Rt. 41 and Rt. 44. There is a Citgo station at the intersection of Rt. 7 and Rt. 63. Both are less than 10 minutes from Lime Rock. Please visit our area services page on our website for more choices and information. Click here.
Q: How can I receive packages at the track during event weekends?
A: If you are part of a race team, have your package shipped to Lime Rock Park c/o Guest Services: Main Gate, 60 White Hollow Road, Lakeville, CT 06039, Attn: Team Name. Shipments must be clearly marked with the team's name. The packages will be delivered to Guest Services office and placed in the package tent awaiting your pickup and signature. Lime Rock Park will not be held responsible for any packages delivered to the track.
Q: Where can I purchase Lime Rock Park memorabilia?
A: Really cool racing- and Lime Rock-related merchandise can be purchased at The Store at Lime Rock Park in the A Paddock area, next to the Lime Rock Cafe concession stand. The store is open during all days of the spectator events and open during track rental days, Monday to Saturday from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. If you want to get a head start on your shopping, call 860.435.5007.