About this event

Covid19 procedural changes can be found on the next page

Tiered event cost:

50   registrants ::: members => $75 / non-members => $85    :::(10 runs with lunch break)

75   registrants ::: members => $65 / non-members => $75    :::(8 runs with lunch break)

100 registrants ::: members => $55 / non-members => $65   :::(8 runs no lunch break)

 

NO WALK UP REGISTRATION

 

Schedule:
7:00 AM               Site open

8:15 - 9:00AM     Tech Inspection

9:00 AM               Virtual track walk / Novice parade lap

9:40AM               Virtual drivers meeting

10:00 AM             First Car Off

 

Run/work structure (ie. work once, drive once; work twice, drive twice; etc) subject to change based on registration numbers

Classes:

New York Region uses the SCCA National classes. Trophies are awarded in Grouped classes comparing PAX times.

The SCCA Solo Rules. Specific car classing starts on page 163. Class allowances start on page 71

Our classes are grouped as follows:

[S]   Street classes

[T]   Street Touring classes (Includes Solo Spec Coupe)

[P]   Street Prepared classes

[B]   Builder (all Street Mod, Prepared, and Modified classes)

[C]   Classic American Muscle 

[N]   Novice (index class, all vehicles permitted. All class participants must have the letter N predominantly displayed on both sides of their vehicle)

Supplemental classes:

- CAM eligible cars running R-compound tires have the option to be grouped in CAM class however the applicable SP pax will be applied

- SSR eligible cars running 200tw+ tires will be grouped in Street class, SSR eligible cars running R-compound tires will be grouped in Street Prepared Class 

 

Car Numbers:  

We will be running our events with unique car numbers at every event. That means that there will only be one car #777. Whatever car number you were assigned at your first event of the season will be reserved for you all year, and changing car numbers or classes mid-season may cause loss of accumulated season points.

Car numbers 0-299 are reserved for annual SCCA members (0-99 require preapproval from chief of registration). Novices must use car numbers700-799.  All novice numbers are cleared out at the end of the season.

Anyone who competed in enough events last year to qualify for season points is guaranteed their same car number for the current season, as long as they register for the first event of the year (with the exception of novice class).

Event requirements

COVID19 procedural changes:

Face Coverings / PPE 

  • TECH - Face covering is MANDATORY when going through Tech.  Please stay inside your vehicle and follow instructions from Tech.
  • GRID- Face covering is MANDATORY when outside of your vehicle.  This will be strictly enforced.  After your first warning, you will be asked to leave and you will not receive a refund.  Do not approach the Timing Tent.
  • PADDOCK- Face covering is MANDATORY (mask or full face helmet acceptable)
  • COURSE- Face covering is optional if you are maintaining proper distance from others.  You should be spread out while working the course anyway.

Cancellations and Refunds 

  • If you missed the deadline to cancel your registration through MSR and you wake up feeling sick the morning of, e-mail chief of reg  the day of the event and we will be more than happy to put your entry fee towards a future event. 

 Registration

  • We will be conducting online registration only
  • Cash payments will not be accepted the day of events.

Waivers 

  • Speed waiver is live and can be found HERE please screenshot your waiver confirmation screen and have it available at tech

Paddock Parking

  • Please park every other spot in a grid pattern

 Set Up / Tear Down 

  • We will make all efforts to minimize the number of setup persons to the lowest level practical to set up a safe event and course. 

Tech 

  • Drivers remain in cars. 
  • Tech workers will wear gloves. 
  • For your helmets, you’ll also have to show the tech person the appropriate Snell sticker. 

Work / Heat Assignments 

  • After tech, you follow directions to receive your worker assignment as you stay in your car. There will be 2 lines by which run group you are in.
  • There will also be no worker check-in before going out to your station, we will check you in via radio.  

 Loaner Helmets 

  • We will not be providing loaner helmets for the foreseeable future  
  • You can find SCCA-legal Snell helmets for very reasonable prices. SCCA HELMET RULES

Driver’s Meetings 

  • We will have our on-site driver’s meeting as usual, however it will be done via facebook live.

Grid Spots 

  • Grid will be broken up into a two-driver car section and a single-driver car section.  
  • Drivers are to remain in the area around their vehicle for the entire duration of their run group.  They should inform the grid workers if they must leave grid. 
  • Socializing is permitted, but please do not walk over to another participant’s vehicle. We ask that everyone use common sense in maintaining 6 feet from one another. 
  • If you are outside your vehicle in grid you must wear a facial covering.  
  • Two driver vehicle participants who share a household will not be asked to maintain social distancing.  

Timing Tent

  • No more than 3 individuals shall be permitted to work inside the tent at any time. 
    • Computer T&S
    • Auditor
    • Announcer
  • Event participants that are not assigned to work in the tent are not permitted to enter the tent for any reason, at any time, during events. 
  • Workers inside the tent shall wear face coverings at all times.

Results 

  • Everyone has access to live timing via their phones and we ask that individuals make a conscious effort to avoid congregating. Live timing link will be posted on the AXLI facebook page the morning of the event.
  • Official Results will be posted online within 48hrs.

Passengers, Non-Participants & Co-Drivers

  • Ride-alongs in single driver cars for novice instruction are suspended until further notice.  
  • No Novice/non-novice Instructor runs
  • Co-Drivers from same household are permitted
  • Those who are sharing a car that don’t live in the same household must have approval to share a vehicle
  • Non-participating spectators will not be allowed to enter autocross events until further notice.   

Course Walks  

  • Course walking shall maintain 6 of more feet between them at all times. 
  • Please use ‘walk right, pass left’ policy.
  • Persons observed course walking in groups will be asked once, to separate. A second warning will result in disqualification of results for the event and/or program chairs reserve the right to request any individual actively in non-compliance to leave the event.

  Shared event and site resources include: 

  • Timing computers 
  • Station Radios
  • Flags 
  • Fire extinguishers  
  • We recommend you bring your own PPE and hand sanitizer

 General 

  • Food & water will NOT be provided.  Please bring your own, or stop somewhere to buy it BEFORE you arrive on site.  
  • Autocross is an inherently social event. We typically encourage socializing during events, within reason. We know the ongoing COVID19 situation is going to make it very difficult to go back to ‘normal’ in the short term. We must ask that if you are going to socialize at autocross events, you use common sense.
  • Do not walk up and down the grid lines. We need to be reasonable and serious about complying with the State’s up to date social distancing guidelines.  

 

Car Numbers:  

We will be running our events with unique car numbers at every event. That means that there will only be one car #777. Whatever car number you were assigned at your first event of the season will be reserved for you all year, and changing car numbers or classes mid-season may cause loss of accumulated season points.

Car numbers 0-299 are reserved for annual SCCA members (0-99 require preapproval from chief of registration). Novices must use car numbers700-799.  All novice numbers are cleared out at the end of the season.

Anyone who competed in enough events last year to qualify for season points is guaranteed their same car number for the current season, as long as they register for the first event of the year (with the exception of novice class).

 

All vehicles must be muffled. No vehicle will be louder than 97 dB @ 50’.

Entries (58)

AG
Anthony Grilli
LB
Lucas Barbou
DY
Danylo Yakymiv
EL
Eric LaDonna
EB
Elijah Baptiste
ET
Evan Thurneau
JM
John Harley marchica
AC
Alp Caglar

Nassau County Veterans Memorial Col

Uniondale,, NY
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SCCA - New York Region - Solo

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