About this event
St. Lac is pleased to present rounds 5 and 6 of the 2021 CASC Ontario Regional Autoslalom Championship!
- All three air strips will be used for the course on Saturday and on Sunday the course will be reversed.
- We will have Security on duty over both Friday and Saturday nights to ensure safety of both the venue and competitors equipment.
- Unfortunately, camping on site is NOT allowed by local by-laws.
- Pre-registration and pre-payment is MANDATORY and day of entries may not be allowed. Registration closes at 9 p.m. on Friday August 13.
- Entry fees:
- $65 per single day and $120 for both days.
- $55 per single day and $100 for both days for St. Lac members and CASC-OR Regionally Registered Competitors.
- We use SCCA classing and their rulebook can be found at https://www.casc.on.ca/sites/default/files/Documents/2021-Canadian-National-Autoslalom-Regulations.pdf
- If you need help with classing or registration, please email the registrar or you can join us on the CASC-OR Autoslalom Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/748795628486875/
- The events will NOT stop for lunch to ensure our daily target of 6 official runs. Please plan to bring your own lunch.
- Portable toilets will be on site.
- Loaner helmets will NOT be available.
- Registration will be in a trailer in the paddock.
- Pre-grid and grid spots will be assigned.
- Start and Finish will be at the westerly end of the converging active air strips.
- COVID protocols will be in place and will adhere to the current government guidlines at that time.
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, every attempt will be made to minimize the risks of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to assess the risk to you, both on-track and off, and to make the decision on whether or not to participate. If you are feeling unwell or are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath please stay home. If you have been in contact with someone who has been experiencing these symptoms in the last two weeks, please stay home. While on site please take the health and safety of your fellow participants, volunteers and staff into consideration and practice social distancing, wear a mask, and wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer frequently. Consider downloading the Covid Alert mobile app to be notified of possible exposure. Make sure your MotorsportReg contact phone number is up to date for contact tracing.
7:00: Registration Opens
8:00: Registration Closes/Driver's Meeting
8:30: Course Drive
9:00: Marshalling Assignments/Competitors Line Up
9:30: First Car on Course
Visiting Prince Edward County and Picton, Ontario
Picton is located in Prince Edward County, which is a beautiful tourist area and is rapidly developing a significant wine making industry due to its unique ecology. If you are entering both events and consequently staying over the weekend, many hotels/motels are available in the area. Information on the Picton area can be found at http://www.pec.on.ca/picton.
The airfield has been used for scenes in many Movie and TV shows with The Discovery Channel TV series “Canada’s Worst Driver” being one of the most recent. Incidentally, the OPP and RCMP conduct some of their high-speed car training on the same airfield sections that we will be using. As the airport was designed for the heavier demands of bomber training during WWII, the foundation and surface have survived quite well. Moreover, there is a certain “ambiance” about the place with all the old hangers and military camp buildings. It’s believed that the airfield’s unofficial on-site dump is the home to a V2 rocket smuggled home from the war by none other than Farley Mowat. A simple online search can point you in the right direction.
Where to Say: There are few places in North America as beautiful as Sandbanks Provincial Park. You can find out more at https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/sandbanks Those of you who would describe themselves as indoorsy, can find information for this option at http://prince-edward-county.com/item/town-of-picton/
What to Do: Whether its camping for the kids, visiting the Lake on the Mountain, seeing the Bay of Quinte from above no visit is complete without some antique shopping (downtown) or dropping by one of the many area wineries.
Hope to see you there!
- The course will be set up Friday night but check-in will not be open on Friday night.
- The Airfield is a functioning airport and is NOT closed Friday evening. As a result, it is imperative that you DO NOT drive on the air strips at this time.
- As per Federal Ministry of Transport requirements, no drones will be allowed.
- Supplementary regulations for this event will be posted shortly.
- Helmets meeting the following standards are approved for use in Autoslalom:
- FIA 8860-2010
- FIA 8859-2015
- Snell 2020 SA, or M 2020 D or M 2020 R
- Snell 2015 SA, or 2015 M
- Snell 2010 SA, 2010 SAH, or 2010 M (expiry 31.12.2023)
- SFI Foundation 31.1/2015
- SFI Foundation 31.1/2010
- ECE R22.05 ECE 22.05 (expiry: ten years after date of manufacture as noted on unaltered, helmet label)
- Helmets homologated to Snell M, ECE 22.05, and ECE R22.05 standard are not acceptable for use in vehicles equipped with roll cages.
- Helmets may be either open faced or closed face. They must be in good condition both inside and outside and never subjected to a crash or other severe impact.
- All vehicles must display numbers and class letters on both sides, which must be readable by Timing & Scoring, Course, and Grid workers at all times.
- Only one set of numbers and class letters may be visible while the vehicle is running.
- Each digit making up the number must be a minimum 15 cm high and 2.5 cm wide throughout, tape or shoe polish in an contrasting colour is acceptable.
- Example of a properly identified vehicle
Directions To Picton Airport:
The Picton airport is located just a couple of minutes south of the town of Picton, Ontario. The town of Picton is located in the heart of Prince Edward County, Ontario’s only island county. Picton is located in the golden triangle, 2 hours east of Toronto, 2 hours south west of Ottawa and 45 minutes west of Kingston. Surrounded by some 100km of beautiful Lake Ontario shoreline, Prince Edward County is one of Canada’s most picturesque locations. Charming towns and cozy B&Bs abound in this historical tourist destination.