Sat, May 29, 2021

SFR Regional Event - May 29

Crows Landing

About this event


We are using Speed Waivers for the waivers for this event to minimize person to person contact. To use speed waivers, you must have a smart phone. Be sure to sign your speed waiver before you get to the event so that you can breeze through. Speed Waiver can be accessed HERE

We will be doing temperature checks for all persons entering the site. If you have a fever, do not show up.

Because of the limited entries allowed, those over 65 will be required to work. We will do our best to accommodate those with special work requirements.

Cancellations will not be accepted after registration closes.


  • 3 groups per day to help facilitate social distancing.   Run1-Work2, R2-W3, R3-W1. If needed, we will increase overlap time between cars on course to account for fewer corner workers. There will not be a midday/lunch break. If you are running these events, plan on being there in the morning. Gate will open at 7 AM. First car out will be 10 AM.
  • Onsite waiver and registration check-in will only be open from 7:30 – 9:30am.
  • While not a requirement, you are strongly encouraged to complete your waiver using the SpeedWaiver online waiver system. This requires a mobile phone to receive your authentication. The link for the SpeedWaiver for our event is located here:
  • NO SPECTATORS – site entrance will be monitored and all people not registered for the event will be asked to leave. This is not the time to invite friends and extended family out to spectate at our events. 
  • Masks are REQUIRED - everyone must bring their own masks and PPE, masks are required in the presence of others, social distancing should remain at 6ft. People living in the same household (ie. family, roommate’s, etc.) can be within 6ft of each other.   Examples of good masks include disposable non-surgical or surgical masks, cloth face coverings, neck gaiter worn so it covers your mouth and nose, helmet balaclava worn so it covers your mouth and nose, a closed face helmet with shield down.   Basically, cover your mouth and nose.
  • Annual SCCA Waiver or pre-filling SpeedWaiver (when you register) is highly encouraged.   
  • NO LOANER HELMETS – you MUST bring your own helmet
  • No ride-alongs or instructors (except co-drivers or those in the same household), novice instruction will be from out-of-car between runs as a socially distanced conversation
  • Bottled water WILL NOT BE PROVIDED – please make sure to bring your own
  • What should I bring to the event?
  • Mask & hand sanitizer (and any other PPE)
  • Pen
  • Helmet
  • Water & food
  • Sunscreen

Social Distancing Guidelines

All people must follow current CDC guidelines for social distancing, including but not limited to:

  • Keep a minimum of 6ft away from each other
  • Cover your face when coughing or sneezing
  • Avoid handshakes and hugs
  • Masks are required
    • During set up and tear down
    • Anywhere near registration/waiver check in
    • Site entrance monitor
    • Starter
    • Grid worker
    • Anywhere near timing trailer
      • Inside the timing trailer is off limits to all unless you are working in the timing trailer
    • During tech for your car
    • Bathrooms

Event process

Entrance to site and Waiver/Registration

Please do not show up at the site the day of the event and expect to get into the event if you have not successfully completed the online registration. If you do, you will be asked to leave. 

  1. Entrance to the site should be via Ike Crow Road (as usual).   Please do not show up before 7am!
  2. Each car entering the site will be required to stop at Waiver/Registration area – PLEASE STAY IN YOUR CAR AND HAVE YOUR MASKS ON
  3. All people entering the site will have their temperature taken – anyone with a temperature over 100.4 F will be asked to leave, along with all other people in the same vehicle (yes, we will refund your entry fees)
  4. Everyone in the vehicle will sign the waiver sheet, show the SpeedWaiver photo on their phone OR show their annual waiver hard card. Note waivers MUST be signed or otherwise verified in the presence of waiver workers. Please bring your own pen if possible.  
  5. Waiver Wristbands for entrants and crew will be provided and put on before moving to the paddock.
  6. When entering the paddock, remember to social distance when parking, spread out and keep at least 1 car length between spots!   Crows Landing is BIG, take advantage of it!
  7. Entrants will inform registration of their name and car info from their car.   Please socially distance while in the reg line!
  8. Entrants will be confirmed their work assignment at Registration


Grid and Tech

  1. Grid will retain its usual A and B Chevron style grid set up, with 2 driver cars in the designated 2 driver lane.  
  2. Grid spots will be 2x as wide as normal to encourage social distancing.  Try and use common sense and “center up” in the grid spot.
  3. Tech will be on grid as usual and use the following steps:

2019 or 2020 Annual Tech sticker already on car : 

    1. Entrant will do their expected self-tech to the vehicle before arriving on grid.

All cars that do not have 2019 or 2020 annual tech stickers will follow this process:

  1. A Tech inspector will come up to your car, YOU NEED TO BE AT THE CAR WHEN THIS HAPPENS!
  2. Tech inspector will physically go through the OUTSIDE items on the car.    This may include, but not limited to : all lugnuts present/tight, wheel bearings are tight, battery properly secured, helmet is legal.
  3. Tech inspector will ask the entrant to demonstrate the INSIDE items on the car : no loose items in car (floormats OK only if secured properly by FACTORY tie-down points), throttle/brake/clutch pedals return as expected, seat belts/harnesses OK.
  4. Tech will apply tech sticker on vehicle windshield or other appropriate spot


Work Assignments 

Timing trailer

  • Masks are required if staff are not from the same household
  • Trailer will have minimal staff, prior experience is required
  • Equipment will be sanitized between each group
  • Timing trailer is off limits to all except those working in the timing trailer
  • Car Queuer will work nearby but OUTSIDE the trailer.
  • Worker Check-in will be done OUTSIDE of the timing trailer.  Check-off person (usually one of the event chairs) will call names, please respond WHILE socially distanced .

Starter and Grid chief

  • Masks are required for these positions 


  • Masks are not required (but still highly encouraged) if you are working course and are farther than 6ft from other course workers 
  • Flag and radios will be sanitized between each group (i.e. bring them in after your work shift if you are working course)
  • Hand sanitizer should be used pre- and post- working course
  • Do not touch your face when working course


  • Social distancing should be followed at all times in Grid
  • NO LOANER HELMETS will be available – you MUST bring your own helmet
  • No ride-alongs or instructors – UNLESS family/housemate member and previous approval


  • Course walks should be done keeping social distance – 6ft away from anyone else on course
  • Timer displays will be placed specifically for drivers coming off course
  • All bathrooms will be in one area 10ft apart from each other, hand sanitizer will be available and should be used pre- and post- bathroom use 

Detailed event info can be found on HERE

Reminder: You have to work! We keep a running list of those of you have skipped out on work. Check it out HERE and make sure you aren't on it.

Be sure to verify your number/class combination is available by comparing it to the taken class numbers found HERE

Cancellations will not be accepted after registration closes.

Event requirements

All participants must be SCCA members. This can be an annual SCCA membership, or a Weekend membership

Loaner Helmets are available on site.


Regional Event Entry (pre-registered): $55

Regional Event Entry (on-site registration): $70 NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO COVID 19

Weekend Membership: $15

Cancellations will not be accepted after registration closes.

Entries (97)

Eric Lam
Cheng Li
Adam Crowell
Bob Pires
Dan Pellow
Lloyd Feaver
Yvan Yukee
Alec Storrie-Lombardi

Crows Landing

Crows Landing, CA


Autocross/Solo organized by

SCCA - San Francisco Region - Solo

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Event over!