Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ
Time Attack Series

86CUP is the premier independent Toyota 86, Scion FRS, and Subaru BRZ time attack series in North America. The independent, community driven series, strives to provide beginners and veterans with the perfect environment for developing and testing their driving skills with the 86 platform.


86CUP is a one chassis time attack series, typically run in a HPDE environment. There are several independent 86CUP regions in the USA, all running under a very similar ruleset:

Utilizing a rule set that is specific to the platforms, the 86CUP aims to provide a friendly, safe environment in which Toyota 86/Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ enthusiasts can hone and showcase their driving skills.

What do I need to participate?

Getting started in easy and inexpensive. All you need to get started is

  1. Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ

  2. High performance brake fluid and track ready brake pads are highly recommended. Intermediate and advanced drivers will also want to equip an oil cooler to keep their engines running cool and healthy.

  3. Sign up for a NASA membership in order to register and drive at the NASA events where the 86CUP class competes.

  4. Check the schedule and register for any of our events this year. You can rent a transponder and helmet from the track day hosts.

Come out to any of our events and turn in a 86CUP competition form at the track (forms will be available). Please check for the organization hosting the track day for specific requirements to drive your car on track.

Car Classes

Cars are classed into four different classes according to their level of preparation ranging from Stock (stock car with upgraded brake pads and brake fluid) to Unlimited (fully modified where anything goes).

Use the Class Points calculator to easily class your car using 2019 classing.

2019 Rules

Rocky Mountain 86CUP follows the rule set created and managed by SoCal 86CUP which can be found here.

86CUP 2019 Rule Book