About this event
JOIN US AT OUR ANNUAL CONE HEADS RACE—Where regions race for cones and fun times are had by all!!
Every region with at least 10 drivers will go home with at least 10 cones!
Top 5 people rated in PAX get 5 SCCA cones each toward their club total.
Top 6 - 10 people rated in PAX get 4 SCCA cones each toward their club total.
Top 11 - 20 people rated in PAX get 3 SCCA cones each toward their club total.
Top 21 - 30 people rated in PAX get 2 SCCA cones each toward their club total.
Top 31 - 100 people rated in PAX get 1 SCCA cones each toward their club total.
WHICH CLUB WILL TAKE HOME THE MOST CONES AND BE CROWNED THE WINNER OF CONE HEADS??
LET THE COMPETITION BEGIN!
By registering for this event, you have READ, UNDERSTOOD, and AGREE TO the guidelines and policies on our COVID-19 page (CLICK TO VIEW).
Experience Required: None, but you must have a valid driver's license or permit. (Excluding Junior Karts)
Location: Rocky Mountain Emergency Services Training Center, Helena, Montana. Please visit our website under Calendar and Registration for directions (at the bottom of the page).
Set-up and Check-in: Set-up begins at 7:00 a.m. Check-in ends at 8:30 a.m. No late check-ins. Please bring your Driver's License and SCCA Membership card with you to the table. The gate will be manned and there is a maximum of people allowed on the property.
Region 105 members, please expect to be setting up promptly at 7:00 a.m.
SCCA Members: $35 for one day, $65 for both days.
Non-Members pay an additional $20.00 which includes the mandatory weekend membership. We highly recommend getting a yearly SCCA membership!
Non-Members: $55 for one day, $85 for both days.
First-Time discounts are not applicable for Cone Heads.
To get your annual membership, please visit SCCA.com. Region 105 does not charge additional region fees.
Need: Snell 2005, M2005 or SA2005 helmets or newer. (A limited number of loaner helmets will be available on-site.) Here is the link to approved helmet stickers: 2020 Helmet Rules (This will download a .pdf.) Loaner helmets will not be shared among drivers! Preference is given to drivers, not passengers.
Vehicle: They will be tech inspected for safety before the race if they haven't previously been teched by Region 105.
Passengers: Allowed, must sign a waiver. Any non-household passenger who is riding along will require all occupants of the vehicle to wear a mask during that run.
Minors: Drivers must have a signed release from parents on file. Passengers, 12-18, must have signed release form by parents on file. The waiver is valid for 1 year.
Spectators: Allowed, must sign a waiver and agree to follow our COVID-19 guidelines. NO DRONES ALLOWED.
Lunch: We will be taking a break for lunch. Please pack a lunch or be prepared to make a quick lunch run.
Toilets: Porta-potties are available on-site. THE BUILDING IS OFF LIMITS.
Rules: Can be viewed here: https://www.scca.com/pages/solo-cars-and-rules.
All competitors are required to perform work assignments when they're not running. Failure to do so could result in disqualification. If you have a special circumstance, such as a disability, please make the event staff aware at registration check-in. If anyone is working in your stead, they also need to attend the drivers meeting.
Planning on staying on-site?
We are fortunate to use this facility for our sport. Please help us continue to have an excellent relationship with the facility and track management by keeping their rules in mind:
Please do not enter the runway or road course areas of the track until a Region 105 official allows entry.
We can park trailers and campers in the gravel parking area as well as the adjoining area to the west of the administration building parking lot as well as the mowed area south of the Boeing building.
We CANNOT park or camp east of the administration building or in the gravel area circling the fire training planes or by the white fire station building.
We CANNOT park for an extended time in the parking lot for the two-story administration building.
The facility does not allow any hook-ups to facility electrical or water service. There will be no access to the building for showers or restrooms. Only porta-potties available. Shower locations might include the KOA or the local truck stop, depending on their rules. Please make your own arrangement to use those facilities.
When parking trailers, campers, or motor homes, please conserve space.
********UPDATE ON TENT CAMPING. NO STAKES ALLOWED IN THE GRASSY AREA OR ANYWHERE THERE IS GREEN GRASS. Tents may be on the WEST side of the RMESTC parking lot and the grassy area between the pads. Please bring something heavy to hold down your tent so that the wind cannot lift it and blow it onto the track. Tents must be removed from the property by 6:00 p.m. on Sunday. Anyone violating the no-stake rule will be asked to leave with no refund.
If you have issues with access to the lot after hours, please contact Bob @ 406-799-7619