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2018 Cascade Lakes Hillclimb

Event Requirements


Registration closed June 6, 2018 11:59 PM on June 6, 2018 11:59 PM PDT Registration ends June 6, 2018 11:59 PM on June 6, 2018 11:59 PM PDT Registration opens May 4, 2018 9:00 AM on May 4, 2018 9:00 AM PDT Registration runs from May 4, 2018 9:00 AM to June 6, 2018 11:59 PM

WHERE TO STAY - Camping on a lake in a beautifully maintained camp ground with hookups is available at Howard Prairie Resort (http://jacksoncountyor.org/parks/Camping/Howard-Prairie-Resort) just 7 miles from the climb site. Call Jackson County Parks at 541-774-8183 for more information. All camping is on a first come, first served basis, but the area is large. More primitive camping is available at the county-run Grizzly Campground on the lake 5.5 miles from the climb site. Dry camping will be allowed at the hillclimb site under the direction of officials. No outdoor fires/barbecues are allowed on site. Motels – There are a number of motels in Ashland, 14 miles from the climb site. Check out www.ashlandchamber.org. There are also motels in Medford, another 12 miles from Ashland. They can be viewed at www.visitmedford.org/lodging.

DIRECTIONS - From I-5, take exit 14 (Ashland), head east on Highway 66 toward Klamath Falls for approximately 7/10th of a mile. Turn left onto Dead Indian Memorial Road (To Mountain Lakes). Travel approximately 13.8 miles. Turn left on Conde Creek Road. (If you see milepost 14 on right, you have gone too far.) The pits and race central are about one-half mile up the road. Alternate route for those towing: From I-5 Exit 30 (North Medford) take Highway 62, 6 miles to Highway 140. Proceed east for about 25 miles to Forest Service Road 37 (Big Elk Road) and proceed south 7 miles to Dead Indian Memorial Road. Go west 7 miles to Conde Creek Road (just past milepost 14 on left). Much easier towing on this route.

HILLCLIMB REGULATIONS: The event will be run under Northwest Hillclimb Association regulations. They can be viewed at www.nhahillclimb.org. All entrants must pay $10.00 to become a member of NHA before arriving at the hill. They will be given NHA stickers to display on both sides of car. Membership can be purchased on the NHA website or contact Ryan Davis - rycdavis@gmail.com

DRIVER & EVENT CONDUCT: Drivers must have driven in at least 3 autocrosses or equal experience in sports car driving experience. A maximum of 60 entries will be accepted. Cars are limited to two drivers. Each driver will get at least two runs per day, barring no delays during the runs. No alcohol or drugs consumption allowed at the hillclimb site. Violation may bring disqualification and ejection. No fluid spillage of any kind is allowed (gas, oil, antifreeze). Bring drip pans, oil pans, and/or oil blankets and a one-gallon container for fluid spills. All fueling must be conducted on a paved surface with containment device positioned below. Speed limit of 5 mph in the pits. No excessive speed on the hill before or after the event. Speeding will be grounds for disqualification. Hill will be closed to competitors at 6:30 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday to allow for crew safety during setup. Pets must be on leashes. Due to fire danger, no smoking, except in vehicles that are on paved surfaces. No open fires allowed at the hill. Drivers meetings are mandatory. First runs may be forfeited if the meeting is missed. Drivers must run in assigned groups unless given permission to change. Drivers must surrender run cards to grid monster. Each driver or a representative may be required to work a corner station while others compete. Competitors will shut down immediately after the finish line and proceed slowly to the stop box at the top of the hill. Anyone not stopping in the stop box will be disqualified. Drivers must have valid street driver’s license to be shown at the hill. First time hillclimbers must mail in proof of prior experience. Minimum of three autocrosses will be required. Proof of high speed driving schools, racing licenses, etc. is also accepted. Everyone on the hill must sign a release form and get a wrist band. Drivers will be asked to sign a waiver at the hill where it can be witnessed.

RACE VEHICLES & SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Fire extinguishers with 5BC rating or a fire system is required. Extinguishers must be attached with a metal bracket and, except for halon, current within 13 months. Extinguishers must be within reach of the driver when belted in the car. All cars must have DOT or better seat belts and shoulder harnesses or straps. All helmets must be Snell 2005 or newer and be shown at tech inspection. Driver’s side windows must be up during runs or safety nets in place. Arm restraints recommended in open cars. Roll bars are required in all open top cars. Integrated roll bars are acceptable if they are above the driver’s head. Bars in cars such as Porsche Boxsters are not acceptable, nor are inflatable bars. Roll bars are required in any car running in a class where non-DOT (i.e., racing slicks) tires are allowed. Drivers must wear long sleeve cotton shirts and pants or fire suits during runs. Shoes are required during runs. All cars must have spark arrester mufflers.

REQUIREMENTS FOR HEAD AND NECK RESTRAINTS HAVE CHANGED. All competitors must wear a minimum of SFI3.3 neck donut. However, all cars competing in classes that allow NON-DOT approved R-Compound tires require a HANS-type device - regardless of what tires are mounted on the car. FURTHER EXPLANATION and OTHER CHANGES are found on the NHA website - www.nhahillclimb.org

Following are 2 internet links with more information on these devices: 1) http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=hans+device +video&FORM=VIRE1#view=detail&mid=3571CEBAFA7276F58FB63571CEBAFA7276F58FB6 2) http://news.epicinter.net/hans-device-vs-no-hans-real-life-rally-crash-comparison/ There will be a noise limit of 99dba to comply with government regulations. Readings are done at 50 feet, at a level 90 degree from the car.

CLASSES: 2018 Solo classes and rules will be used for classes requiring D.O.T. compliant tires (Improved Touring, Street Prepared, Street classes). Vehicles in “Street Classes” must comply with national rules regarding car preparation and tires. This includes, but is not limited to a minimum UTQG tread wear rating of 200. If your tires do not meet this rule, you must run an appropriate class other than “Street”. Super Street-R (SSR) class is the only class being carried over from the 2014 Street-R classes. GCR Classes and rules will be used for vehicles using racing tires (slicks).

SPECIAL NOTES: Please read all the NHA regulations found on their website - NHAhillclimb.org. Failure to follow these could result in revocation of the event permit. Due to high concerns about spillage of liquid chemicals and fuels, all replenishment must be done in the area immediately adjacent to race central, not in pit areas. Procedures noted in the regulations must be followed. Please check the hillclimb link at www.ssccmedford.org for event updates. This booklet can also be viewed on the website.

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