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Cabin Fever HPDE 2020

Event Requirements


Registration closed April 19, 2020 11:59 PM at 2020-04-19T20:59:00-0700 Registration ends April 19, 2020 11:59 PM at 2020-04-19T20:59:00-0700 Registration opens February 1, 2020 6:00 AM at 2020-02-01T03:00:00-0800 Registration runs from February 1, 2020 6:00 AM to April 19, 2020 11:59 PM

Please review the following requirements and information BEFORE REGISTERING:

Driver:

  • Must be 18+ yrs old
  • Must show valid state or international driver's license at registration
  • Must bring completed Medical Information Form to registration (see below for more information about our forms)
  • Must be a current BMWCCA member to obtain discounted pricing (bring your current membership card)
  • Must sign an insurance waiver at the event
  • Novices without previous on-track driving experience are encouraged to attend a separate Advanced Driving Skills School (separate event) before returning to the track 

Vehicle:

  • Must be inspected with Pre-Event Safety Inspection Form completed by qualified individual within 3 weeks of event (see below for our forms)
  • Brake fluid must be flushed 
  • Will be subject to a pre-event safety check on the day of the event
  • Failure to meet safety check or incomplete tech forms will disqualify students from event and forfeit entry fee
  • All student and instructor vehicles MUST have passenger seat
  • Student vehicles must have equivalent seats and restraints for both student and instructor
  • NHMS limits vehicles to 99dBa from 50 feet away under acceleration; please be sure your exhaust system complies
  • Open top and convertible cars (even cars with factory roll-over protection) are not permitted unless fitted with a roll bar or full roll cage meeting BMWCCA requirements
  • Open cars MUST have arm restraints

New 2020 – Automated Collision Avoidance Features Before you register, please note cars with automatic braking and/ or lane drift correction systems will not be permitted to participate unless the systems can be fully turned off for the track sessions; proof that the systems can be turned off must be provided (i.e., information in Owner's Manual, etc.)

Pre-Event Technical and Safety Inspection. In the Boston Area once again for 2019 a number of our supporting Independent BMW Service Shops have offered to provide pre-track inspection services free of charge to our club members as a means to make attending a driving school easier and safer. You can, of course, still go to your shop of choice for a pre-event tech inspection and or inspect your own vehicle if you are qualified. The following is a list of our supporting inspection shops in alphabetical order.

      
                             

Helmets:

  • Snell 2010 or newer helmet required (M or SA, 2010 or 2015) - Snell 2005 helmets are no longer permitted.
  • Each driver must bring their own helmet

Saturday Student Registration Fees:

  Member ISG Member        Non-Member      
Before Feb 14th           $275              $275          $325
Feb 15th- Mar 22nd           $300      $320          $350
Mar 23rd - Apr 14th             $350      $370          $400

Novice Students pay $225 for their first track day (early bird discount does not apply for novices; late fees do).  Novice Students are students who have never attended a track day event previously.

Credit Card Payments will be deferred.

Students must sign up and provide valid credit card information before the dates indicated to get the pricing listed. 

Cancelations must be requested before March 15th and will incur a $50 processing fee. No cancelations for any reason after March 15th. 

Instructors from other organizations:

  • We welcome our volunteer instructors at no charge. If you are certified as an instructor with other groups who provide similar on-track instruction, but have not previously instructed with the White Mountain or Boston BMWCCA, please contact Caleb Johsnon at c.johnson@whitemtn-bmwclub.org , or the Registrar at b.bergeron@whitemtn-bmwclub.org

Required forms:

  • Links to all required forms appear at the bottom of this page but this one is key ProceduresAndRulesWmcBoston 2020.pdf
  • Bring a Technical Inspection Form with you (instructor vehicles subject to annual inspection) 
  • Bring a Medical Form with you. This form is for use by emergency personnel in the event of an illness or injury; this form will be destroyed immediately after the event
  • You will be expected to sign an insurance waiver at Registration
  • BMWCCA members will be asked to show a current valid membership card to confirm their eligibility for the discounted member price 

Event details and other requirements:

  • School hours are approximately 7 AM to 5 PM
  • Garage spaces are made available on a first come basis.  If you do take a garage space, please offer to share with others, especially if the weather is bad.
  • Food and beverages should be available at the in-field restaurant or various locations about 1 mile south of the NHMS entrance
  • You are welcome to bring spectators as guests but they must sign two waivers - one with NHMS and with one the BMWCCA staff and obtain a wristband
  • No one under the age of 18 permitted in the pit area -  minors in the paddock must be supervised at all times
  • All participants are required to attend classroom sessions designed to teach vehicle dynamics and driving techniques. Failure to attend as required will result in loss of driving privileges
  • On the morning of the event our tech crew will collect your Pre-Event Safety Inspection Form  and perform a spot check of every vehicle. You are solely responsible for insuring that your vehicle is safe before you come to the track. Failure to present a completed form or failure to pass our spot check will disqualify you from participation in the event and your entry fee will be forfeited.
  • This is not a racing school but rather a safe, high speed driving school, conducted on a race track under close supervision by experienced instructors. You will learn how to handle and control your vehicle at speeds not normally attained on public roads. This will help to prepare you for emergencies that may occur in normal driving situations. It will also allow you to explore your capabilities as a driver and those of your vehicle.
  • At no time will you be pushed or encouraged to go any faster than is comfortable for you. All participants will be organized into run groups in accordance with experience, skill, and type of vehicle. Participants not "signed off" will be required to drive with an instructor on board at all times.
  • Under no circumstances will timed laps be permitted!  If you are seen with a stop watch at any time, you will be asked to leave and forfeit your ability to participate in this or future White Mountain Chapter events.
  • Under no circumstances will drones be permitted to operate on site. 

Still have registration questions?  Contact Bruce Bergeron at b.bergeron@whitemtn-bmwclub.org

Before registering, read and understand everything above!!

At the event you'll need:

More information to make your experience better:

  • Introduction to BMWCCA HPDE
    New to the track? This video guide is just for you.
  • NHMS Guide
    Travel information, track map, and description of New Hampshire Motor Speedway from our friends in the Boston Chapter.

Questions?

• For answers to questions regarding student registration, or our Driving Schools in general, please email the registrar using the "Contact Host" button on the right side of this page.

 

Registration closed April 19, 2020 11:59 PM at 2020-04-19T20:59:00-0700
Registration opens February 1, 2020 6:00 AM at 2020-02-01T03:00:00-0800

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