About this event
Celebrating its 41st year, the Lime Rock Historic Festival once again brings together an exciting and diverse field of historic racing machines for a Labor Day Weekend celebration of speed, sound and beauty with classes that range from pre-war open-wheel cars to the sports and formula cars of the postwar era. Friday, Saturday and Monday feature non-stop, on-track competition across a diverse set of historic racing classes.
MG will be the featured race group, celebrating the centennial of the first MG sports cars, with more than 50 vintage examples participating. Formula Junior, the training class for future F1 drivers in the 1960s, will have its own racing group, representing the largest gathering of its type on the East Coast in recent history. For the first time at Lime Rock, there will also be a full field of slick Sports 2000s.
Historic Festival 41's Sunday in the Park Featured Marque will be Chrysler and its famous Hemi engine. Known for their groundbreaking designs and powerful engines, Chrysler will display several rarely seen concept cars throughout the festival, including the Dodge Firepower, the Chrysler Atlantic and the Chrysler Turbine car, each promising a fascinating glimpse into automotive innovation.
The Park will also host Ralph Gilles, Stellantis’ Chief Design Officer for the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Maserati brands. Gilles, known for his significant role in the automotive industry, will serve as the Grand Marshal for the event.
Adding another layer of elegance to the Historic Festival, will be Lawrence Auriana, the Honored Collector. Recognized for curating one of the greatest Italian car collections in the world, Auriana will share several of his extraordinary vehicles, including the Maserati Tipo 151 campaigned by Briggs Cunningham at Le Mans in 1962 as well a rare example of the stunning Alfa 33/2 Stradale coupe. The pair will join an impressive lineup of Ferraris, Alfa Romeos and Maseratis that will be featured in the Sunday Concours and on display all weekend.
Workers are paid employees. You must register and be approved prior to the event.
All registrations will require confirmation. Approval/confirmation will be based on, but not limited to the following:
- Overall experience and ability.
- Pro Racing experience.
- Available to work both days.
If only able to work one day, please register and we will review and get back to you as soon as possible.
All Workers must have completed the PAF payroll form. This form must be completed no later than the morning of your first day working. More specific information regarding registration/check-in, annual track paperwork and track waiver will be provided all workers prior to the event.
Workers must be at least 18 years old.
An SCCA membership number and license grade is preferred but not required.
All workers must wear whites and come prepared for any possible weather and station conditions; rain gear, bug spray, sunscreen, gloves and whistle, as well as face masks and hand sanitizer.
All workers (except campers) enter the track at the Track office, park in Z lot and come to the Paddock A cafe.
The morning of your first day working you will complete any paperwork, get your "hot track" pass, and each morning everyone must sign the insurance waiver (even those with LRP credentials) and the payroll sign-in sheet.
7:30 - 9:00 AM
7:00 - 8:00 AM
Location: Paddock A Cafe
Please check in with either Flag Chief, Desiree or Joe, at least 15 minutes prior to the Flag Meeting.
FLAG MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT THE A PADDOCK CAFE.
Saturday and Monday
Location: Paddock A Cafe
All track workers are required to attend the flag meeting; Flagging & Communications, Grid and Stewards
We are back to most of the usual standards for working stations and flag station assignments.
If you would like to continue working with household or family members, please let us know.
The following LIME ROCK Guidelines remain in place:
No admittance into EMS unless you have a medical emergency.
If you have a fever or any COVID symptoms or have been in direct contact with someone who has symptoms or recently tested positive DO NOT to come to the track.
You will not respond to any accident on track, EMS will respond as required.
No one is allowed onto the flag station with corner workers.
Worker camping must be reserved prior to the event. Indicate you are camping when registering to work.
For questions about worker camping, please contact Desiree at: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE CALL LIME ROCK DIRECTLY WITH QUESTIONS REGARDING CAMPING SITES OTHER THAN IN WORKER CAMPING.
There are fees associated with these camping sites.