Rudolph Mazda PAR Championship Event #2
Registration closed March 16, 2016 6:00 PM on March 16, 2016 6:00 PM MDT Registration ends March 16, 2016 6:00 PM on March 16, 2016 6:00 PM MDT Registration opens March 9, 2016 9:00 AM on March 9, 2016 9:00 AM MST Registration runs from March 9, 2016 9:00 AM to March 16, 2016 6:00 PM
Sunday March 20 - Rudolph Mazda PAR Championship Event #2
Sunday Event Schedule
7:30 - 9:30 - Tech Inspection & Registration - PLEASE PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT
7:30 - 9:30am - Course open for walking
9:45 - 10:00 - Mandatory Drivers Meeting
10:15 - Corner Workers get in position
10:30 - Noon (appx) - First Run Group
12:00 - 12:30 - Lunch
12:45 - Corners Workers in position
1-2:30 - 2nd Run Group
2:30 - Course tear down and equipment loaded followed by awards.
Current SCCA Members - $40 if pre-registered & $45 the day of the event
Non-SCCA Members - $50 if pre-registered and $55 the day of the event
Credit Cards accepted at the event site or you can pay online here! No extra fee for credit card payments.
Save $5 by registering online - payment not required at time of registration. You may pre-register and make payment at the event!
Details......Details......Details...............Championship Series Events
Each competitor will be given a minimum of six ( 6 ) timed runs & possibly 2-extra "fun runs" if time permits.
The first six ( 6 ) timed runs will count towards your individual overall score for the event. Only ONE ( 1 ) of the "quickest" of the six timed runs will be your scored time for the event.
There will be two individual run groups for this event and all entries will be equally divided as much as possible. No competitor may ride in another vehicle ( in order to gain a competitive edge ) to receive another "look" so to speak, at the course.
Each run will be made on a technically designed, but challenging, course defined by orange traffic pylons. Top Speeds are usually kept at 60-70 mph by the fastest or most powerful vehicles and the course can be anywhere between 60 to 80 seconds in duration. The length of each run is usually 8-tenths to 9-tenths of mile.
A 2-second time penalty will be added to a given competitor's individual timed-run for each and every pylon that is hit or taken down during a run.
Everyone will be expected to work & perform their worker duty or task when directed by the Chief of Workers. We are a total volunteer group of workers and racers. No one is allowed to get out of their worker duties unless advance prior arrangements have been made with the Event Chairman via email. Exemptions for worker duty are a family emergency, having to go to work. Otherwise, all other excuses for not performing your worker duty when requested will not be recognized or acknowledged.
Only one rider per vehicle will be allowed to ride as a passenger in a given run provided that they are at least 12-years of age ( and have a signed parental or guardian form filled-out ) and have signed the event wavier form, plus the temporary weekend membership form also.
Loaner helmets will be available at the event or you may use your own helmet provided that it confirms to the 2014 SCCA Solo Rules requirements. If you bring your own it MUST be Snell rated 2000 or better.
Every competitor must have a current and valid drivers license or current and valid drivers permit ( with a signed parental or guardian form filled-out at the time of registration ) and must be prepared to present it at the registration table.
All vehicles must conform to the 2016 SCCA Solo Rules safety inspection. It will consist of making sure that all batteries are properly fastened in place, wheel bearings at all four positions are in good shape, seat belts are in good shape and properly fastened, brake pedal test involving no mushy brake feel or leaks, all lug nuts at each position are in place and properly torqued, all tires may not have any cords or belts showing & are not cracked or split anywhere on the carcass, etc. All coolant, brakes, engine or transmission leaks will be allowed if found to be excessive. All cars must have mufflers and be reasonably quiet during operation.
*We will need everyone's help & cooperation is picking up the course and loading the pylons and all the equipment back into the trailer.
After the course and equipment have been picked up and loaded onto the trailer, we will have a trophy and awards presentation.
We will have three different class categories for this year and trophies will be awarded for each of these three individual categories.
They are as follows:
You are eligible for this class if you are new or a first time competitor to solo racing and/or if you have not competed for 1-full year of solo competition
Anyone is eligible to run in this class provided that they are no longer eligible to compete in the rookies class any longer and if they have demonstrated that they are not exactly ready ( due to car preparation, car classification and/or driving experience or skill ) to compete in the Open class. No limit of years of competition here. If someone competing in this class clearly shows or demonstrates a strong or absolute dominance in this class, the Pan American Region board reserves the right to move a competitor into the Open Class at their discretion.
This a category that is reserved for drivers that have demonstrated very strong driver skills & experience ( not to be judged in years ), excellent car preparation and/or possess a vehicle that has a distinct and clear advantage over the competition due to its power, weight, tire & wheel size, car classification and/or PAX Index.
We hope that each and everyone of you will come out to experience and enjoy the exciting world of solo racing & competition.
You can pay online with a Credit/Debit card or Check via Motorsportreg.com or you can elect to pay with cash or check at the event itself. for credit card payments
Disclaimer: The above event is subject to cancellation due to other event scheduling conflicts that may occur from time to time during the year at the Cohen Stadium facility.