About this event
Come join us at Waterford Hills in Clarkston, MI for an exciting weekend where individuals wishing to learn how to race wheel-to-wheel take to the track for the very first time. In conjunction we also hold "New Flagger School' for those interested in getting involved with this exciting specialty.
All types of Volunteers are needed to support this event
Driver training will take place on Saturday with practice starts on Sunday, so we will need Grid Workers, Flaggers, Fire & Rescue, Starters, T&S etc. to make this a successful weekend.
- Park down near "Lena's Place" and sign the release to get your arm band or hard card sticker. A SCCA license is not required at Waterford Hills.
- Plan to arrive by 9:00 am and check-in with your Specialty Chief.
- Lunches and drinks will be provided each day.
- On track activities end no later than 6:00 pm.
- There will not be a cookout or Sunday trophy presentation for this event.
Flaggers: Sign in at the base of the tower. The morning meeting is at 9:30 am to give everyone time for announcements, updates, assignments, etc.
New Flaggers: Welcome! Classroom training will take place on Saturday morning after the morning meeting, with on-track hands-on training in the afternoon and all day Sunday. You are highly encouraged to attend both days to gain the necessary safety training and experience. If you want to learn more click on "New to F&C?" at michiganturnmarshals.org
Note that this registration is for volunteers only.
- Drivers and Crew please click here.
- All specialties are welcome to sign up here for this event. We invite you to contact the appropriate Chief for more info. Contact names are available on the WHRRI website.
If you are between 16 and 18 years of age, you will require a notarized minor consent form signed by a parent or legal guardian in order to participate. Contact Chip Bliem, WHRRI F&C Co-Chief at email@example.com
Note:In light of the current COVID-19 situation, every attempt will be made to minimize the risks of exposure to the virus. New processes and procedures have been put into place for this and all events going forward.
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.