Stacked On Track - Poconos Mega & North CoursePocono Raceway
About this event
Stacked On Track Poconos Mega Course & North Course for 2 days of driving! HPDE at Pocono Raceway for - Saturday, October 22nd - Mega Course & Sunday, October 23rd - North Course (see the course outlines below). Each group will have 6 - 20 minutes sessions. Giving you a ton of seat time. Check our website for details.
When: Saturday, October 22nd (Mega Course) & Sunday, October 23rd (North Course) with driving starting at 9 am. The sessions are separated by driver skill and there will be a lead and support instructors on site to work with drivers.
Ticket Pricing Schedule: (Discounted tickets this season will be offered for early registration and pricing will adjust towards full price per the schedule below)
2 Day Driver's Passes: 7/6 thru 10/7 - $655; 10/8 thru 10/22 - $725
Mega Course Driver's Pass: 7/6 thru 10/7 - $380; 10/8 thru 10/22 - $425
North Course Driver's Pass: 7/6 thru 10/7 - $300; 10/8 thru 10/23 - $325
Which Course(s) Will Be Used:
North/South Mega Course is a 2.53 mile road course with 15 turns, 2 S’s and a straightaway. The track width varies from 45-100′. See course layout below highlighted in yellow.
North Course is a 1.5 mile course utilizing Pocono’s north infield road course and turn 3 of the tri-oval. The course has nine turns and 2 straights, the longest being approximately 1,700′. The course varies in width from 45′ to 60′. See course layout below highlighted in yellow.
- Mega Course will be capped at 20 drivers each for Novice and Intro with 30 drivers each for the Intermediate and Advanced groups.
- North Course will be capped at 20 drivers each for Novice and Intro with 25 drivers each for the Intermediate and Advanced groups.
Driver Groups: HPDE will be split into four groups.
This group is for all persons who are new to HPDE. There will be highly experienced lead instructors on-site that will work with drivers to teach the in's and out's of HPDE including line, speed, how to approach a turn, what gear you should be in, proper way to brake, etc. Passing is very limited in the intro sessions. There are mandatory classroom and after session debriefs for this group.
This group is for all persons who are newer to HPDE (2 or more track events) and have driven the track that we are attending before. There will be highly experienced lead instructors on-site that will work with drivers to teach the in's and out's of HPDE including line, speed, how to approach a turn, what gear you should be in, proper way to brake, etc. Passing is very limited in the novice sessions. There are mandatory classroom and after session debriefs for this group.
Drivers in this group must be able to demonstrate that they can keep pace, stay on line, be consistent, and have good situational awareness for their situation (i.e. proactive point-by's). Passing is limited and should be done in the specified zones and "point by's" in this group are required. It is the passing driver's responsibility to make sure all passes are executed in a safe and controlled manner. Coaching is available on a request basis and will be completed in a lead follow format with a follow up debrief session.
This class is for drivers who are experienced HPDE attendees, race-car participants (current and former), and instructors. Drivers in this group must be able to demonstrate that they can keep pace, stay on line, be consistent, and have good situational awareness for their situation (i.e. proactive point-by's). There are no passing restrictions, however, passing still needs to be approached with extreme caution and proper track etiquette - "point by's" are required. It is the passing driver's responsibility to make sure all passes are executed in a safe and controlled manner. This event is not a race - leave a clear passing lane and do not force a pass to be made late. This is the highest level of driving in HPDE offered by Stacked On Track and all drivers should be highly experienced and have a great knowledge of high performance driving.
All event times will be sent to event participants the week of the event. Anticipate a 6:15 A.M. load in time, 9 A.M. go live time and a 6 P.M. end time.
This is outlined in the 2022 Stacked on Track Rulebook located here. Please familiarize yourself with the rulebook and be prepared for this weekend. Stacked On Track and Pocono Raceway staff will have a zero tolerance policy for participants who break the rules and disrespect the venue.
Arrival and Drivers Meetings:
There will be a drivers meeting before going live each day. Arrival, load in, pit and driver meeting times will be emailed out to all participants before the event.
**PLEASE NOTE: ALL DRIVERS ARE REQUIRED TO MAKE THE DRIVERS MEETING EACH DAY OF THIS EVENT**
Section I: Drivers Requirements:
All drivers must attend the Driver’s meeting
All drivers must 17 years of age or older and possess a valid driver’s license.
Driver’s must wear long pants and closed toe shoes
A helmet is required. Must be SA2015 or SA2020, only closed faced helmets are allowed. All helmets must have a working chin strap and must be used.
Road Speed is 10 mph in all areas off the track
No trucks, vans, or SUVs are allowed without approval. Any soft-top convertibles must have rollover protection. Stacked reserves the right to refuse track use to any vehicle deemed unsafe for participation.
Electric Cars: In order to operate electric vehicles on track at you must first obtain permission from Stacked. Please email us to discuss before registering for this event if you are intending to use an electric vehicle on track.
Section II: Vehicle Requirements
Vehicle inspection will be conducted at the beginning of every event. Tech Inspection will be conducted before the driver’s meeting. Any car deemed unsafe will not be able to participate until all safety requirements are met.
Vehicles must have car numbers posted on both the drivers and passenger’s doors. Numbers must be large and visible.
Brakes, Drive train, chassis, and suspension will all be inspected for safety.
Fire Extinguishers are highly recommended for all events. They must be mounted properly and must be within reach of the driver WHILE they are fastened into their seat. Minimum 2Lb rated
Everything Loose inside your vehicle must be removed including floor mats, cell phones, baby car seats, sunglasses, tires etc
ABSOLUTELY no fluids can be leaking out of your car.
Battery must be securely tied down with proper hardware. No duct tape or wood blocks, no bungie ties rope or zip ties. If the battery box is located in the drivers compartment then it must be sealed – non venting. If it is not sealed then it must vent to the exterior of the car.
All suspension bushings and ball joints must be in good condition and must not have any play or clunking.
All participants’ cars must have all lug nuts present on both wheels and spacers.
Brake lights must be operational
Tow hooks are highly recommended for both front and rear. They must be highly visible and/or their location clearly marked. Soft straps are not required but recommended for ease of use.
Section III Harnesses and Seats:
Harnesses must be mounted properly. Harness in-date are recommended, expired harnesses must be in good shape with no rips or tears.
Harnesses must be mounted using proper hardware. When using eye bolts which go though the floor, large fender washers must be used. Harness shoulder straps must be mounted to a roll cage or separate harness bar and should not be outside of 20* of horizontal. The seat cannot be used as a guide for the harness. Harness mounting points must be attached to the chassis or roll cage/harness bar, not to the seat or seat rails.
If car does not have a roll cage, a harness bar can be used to mount the shoulder belts when using a 4, 5 or 6-point harness. 4, 5 or 6 point harness is required for any vehicles equipped with a roll cage, minimum of 5 point is recommended.
Please refer to manufacture specs for proper installation and maintenance procedures.
If stock seats are used, oem seat belt must be used. Harnesses are not permitted for use with seats which do not have provisions for such.
If race seats are intended to be used with stock seat belt, the lap belt part of the seat belt must pass through the holes in the sides of the seat
All convertibles must have proper roll over protection. Fiberglass tops Do Not qualify as they provide no structural support. In order for convertibles to be able to participate in a Stacked On Track event they must have four point, structural roll hoops installed which must meet the requirement of SCCA Solo 1 Time Trials rules. These roll bars can be bolted in or welded, but must provide a full hoop with down bars from the corners of the hoop triangulating toward the rear of the car. If you are unsure whether or factory roll bar safety qualifies then please email us at email@example.com so that we can review it. â€‹
Note: Drivers with their tops down must use eye protection - helmet visor, glasses etc.
Miata Owners: Miata's 2006 and newer do not have proper OEM rollover protection and proper roll bar will have to be installed in order to participate in the Stacked On Track events.
We will be conducting a "broomstick Test" (the driver's helmeted head is below a bar placed on top of the roll bar and windshield). If you do not pass the test you will not be allowed on track.
No glass containers, kegs, etc allowed on the grounds.
No Weapons of any kind are permitted
No open fires
No Burnouts or any reckless behavior. Staff and security will be patrolling all areas during the event and enforcing rules - do not be disrespectful to them.
There is a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for any rule-breaking. Any fireworks, reckless behavior, or disrespectful actions towards staff or security will not be tolerated and you/your party will be banned from future Stacked events.
For any questions please feel free to contact the Stacked crew through our contact form or email at Info@StackedOnTrack.Com
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