About this event
We are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with Holly Ridge Development to run a fall CCC Track Day on the Main Track at Summit Point on October 4th, 2019. As well as his position as President of Holly Ridge, John Petrella is an avid track enthusiast and with his son Calvin and Bogdan Poplacean have been around motorsports for many years.
We will be introducing a new category to the typical CCC Track Day schedule, with two “Lead & Follow” run groups in the morning and at lunchtime. For those who are less enthusiastic about joining a CCC run group, this will offer a wonderful introduction to what happens during a high performance driving event.
No change in the price of $275.00 per entrant. Lead & Follow Run Group cost is $100.00 per entrant). Spectators are welcome subject to a small fee of $25.00 each.
The provisional Event schedule is attached. The facility will be open from 5.00 pm on the 3rd to those who have pre-registered through Motorsportreg.com. Those who have not pre-registered will not have access until 7.30 am on the 4th. We have attached the Tech' Reg's.
CCC Track Days are a sell out!!! The fun activities that you have come to expect at a CCC Track Day including the "Hot Lap" competition, the go-kart time trial in the paddock, fun prizes and of course the infamous CCC BBQ will be front and center. Numbers of entrants will be limited subject to the size of the respective run group. We strongly suggest that you sign up quickly.
Speaking of our fun prizes that you all clamor to win. We welcome more of the individual handmade trophies rather than a store bought trophy. Just like the "Sarli", we are inviting anyone to donate a trophy of his/her design. Wayne Nicolette of XIBITZ and my local, Gina's, are each donating a trophy, the latter being a beer pull suitably mounted (comes with a six pack). Use your imagination. It must be mounted on a block of wood, with your name on one side or even on the trophy. And a small donation to the Annapolis Trust should accompany it. Great advertising and talking point. We need eight.
For those who have not attended a CCC Track Day; take a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WNZI-fTOTM
If you need to insure your car for the day, we have made arrangements that you can obtain insurance from Lockton Motor Sports. You can either call 866-582-4957 or by the following link: https://locktonmotorsports.com/
Should you want to rent a car for the day, then please contact Bret de Pedro at Bret@rpperformanceracing.com or call 304-728-6749
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CCC Track Day is a charity event organized by the Colonial Challenge Cup Inc a 501 (c) (3), and provides the opportunity for you to bring your car to Summit Point Raceway in WVA and learn your real capabilities as a driver in a controlled environment under the tutelage of experienced instructors. You may think that you are a good driver; but by the end of the day, you will know the real truth! Without the restrictions of everyday traffic and standard road obstacles like the police, Sunday drivers and mini-vans, you will drive your own car on the Summit Point Track, known as the “Big Track” for four twenty minute sessions with other drivers of similar experience. You will learn new driving techniques, revitalize the skills that you have forgotten and enjoy a safe, fun day with fellow enthusiasts.
The beneficiary of the event is the Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust (Annapolis Trust) www.annapolistrust.org which is a charity that provides financial support to first generation low-income students connect with opportunities to learn to their fullest potential, complete a post-high school education and become engaged members of the community. Since the Annapolis Trust was created in 2000, over seventy students have been provided with scholarships to attend university, technical schools and community colleges. The Annapolis Trust students have achieved a 70% graduation rate with many entering the professions, the US military and business. By investing in our youth’s education, we can cultivate leaders for generations to come.
We are working on some new events and maybe an automotive sponsor. We are still looking for sponsors; for those of you who do not want to be a full sponsor, but would like to make a donation of any amount to support the two 2019 Annapolis Trust scholarship awardees, you can make a donation directly to the Annapolis Trust via this link: http://www.annapolistrust.org/donate
Sponsorship inquiries should be addressed to Crispin Etherington at firstname.lastname@example.org