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LVR-PCA HPDE @ Spring Mountain

Event Requirements


Registration closed March 1, 2021 11:59 PM at 2021-03-01T23:59:00-0800 Registration ends March 1, 2021 11:59 PM at 2021-03-01T23:59:00-0800 Registration opens January 30, 2021 12:01 AM at 2021-01-30T00:01:00-0800 Registration runs from January 30, 2021 12:01 AM to March 1, 2021 11:59 PM


 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

1. Due to COVID-19, we now have to follow additional guidelines set by PCA National and State of Nevada. These include the following guidelines:

  •  Follow the state, municipal guidelines, and the track's rules.
  •  All participants and staff will wear masks at all times (except in the car under your helmet). This is for your safety and the safety of everyone on-site. In the case of incarcerations instruction for the
    Yellow group: Masks will be mandatory when you are outside of the car and anytime inside the car without a full face helmet. The only exception to the mask rule will be when your helmet is on (Full Face) with the visor down. If you have an Open Face helmet, you will be required to wear a mask at all times...even with your helmet on.
  • Hand sanitizer, disposable gloves, trash baskets, disposal face masks, cleaners and disinfectants will be provided if you do not have any. However, you should bring your own to ensure there is enough for all.
  • We will limit in-person contact as much as possible between you, other participants, and the volunteer staff. There will not be a hospitality tent at this event.
  • You are encouraged to stay home if you are at a higher risk for severe illness. Your temperature will be checked at the gate. If it is higher than 100.4 degrees, you and all the occupants in your car will not be admitted to the event and asked to go home. A refund will be given.
  • The Tech Review will be set up in the paddock - look for the cones that mark out the Tech area. Please be sure to  social distance. Be prepared for this to take a little longer to complete.
  • A Driver's Meeting in written format is avaiable in Item #3 below. Please download, read, and understand fully what is included in the notes. Should you have questions contact Brad Zucroff at brad@omnivorous.com. We will still have a mandatory Driver's Meeting in the paddock at 8 a.m. each morning

2. Head and neck restraints are required for all occupants in harness-equipped vehicles. Tech review staff will be checking head and neck restraints expiration dates.

Head and neck restraints are required for all five or six point harnesses. The same type of restraint system is required for both driver and passenger. Harnesses are required to be SFI or FIA approved for competition and mounted in the manufacturer's approved configuration. Any harness approved for PCA Club Racing is acceptable when installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. Evidence of this approval must be provided by the driver, if necessary. We will be checking expiration dates on harness systems at Tech Review. We recognize five-year FIA expiration cycles... if your harnesses are more than five years old, they'll be expired.

If you are running stock/DOT approved 3-point restraint system (stock seat belts) additional head and neck restraints are not required. The Las Vegas Region PCA will not rent/provide head and neck restraint systems. Participants must provide their own systems if required.

3. Gates open at 7:00 a.m. The 8am Mandatory Drivers Meeting will not be held in the classroom this time. The Driver's Meeting will be located at the Tech Review area. There also is a written Driver's Meeting version that should be reviewed prior to arriving at the Track. See attached. DE Written Driver's Meeting Notes.pdf . You must arrive prior to 8:00 a.m. to ensure you pass the Temperature Check, Registration and attend the Driver's Meeting.

4. All entrants must be 18 years of age and possess a valid state, province or country Driver's License. Be sure to bring it with you to registration check-in. We will be checking them.

5. All car occupants must wear a Snell approved SA2010, SA2015, or SA2020 certification. Motorcycle helmets are not allowed, except for the Yellow Student group.
Note:
At our May event, SA2010 helmets will no longer be allowed. For those of you with 2010 Snell SA certified helmets, it's time to move to a 2015 or 2020 Snell certification. Snell 2020 helmets are available for sale from most retailers.

Helmet rentals will not be available at the track.

6. We no longer rent transponders.

7. Clothing: Full-length pants, long sleeve shirts. Shoes must be enclosed, non-slip, with a relatively smooth sole. Hiking type deep lugged soles are not acceptable. No short pants allowed. Clothing must be of natural fibers, no synthetics except approved fire resistant material. If the weather is very hot, we MAY declare a "hot day" and allow short sleeves, but don't count on it. Bring long sleeved shirts.

8. All convertibles and “open” cars must have roll bars unless equipped with factory rollover protection, such as Porsche Boxsters and newer Carrera Cabriolets. Convertibles must run with the top closed - this includes T-tops, Targa tops and sunroofs. Faceshields or protective goggles are required in all open cars and cars without a windshield.

9. Arm restraints are required for all open top cars.

10. Occupants in cars that are race prepped or have had the interior removed, must wear a SFI or FIA approved fire resistant driving suit that conforms to PCA Club Racing rules. See PCA Zone 8 Rule Book for suit specifications.

11. The Drivers Meeting is MANDATORY for all drivers. Critical topics will be discussed including Flags, Passing Rules and Track Entry/Exit. For this event the Driver's Meeting will be held socially distanced in the paddock near the Tech Review area.

12. A Tech Review Form will be required to be completed prior to the event and brought with you to the track to present to Tech Review. Technical Review Form 2019.pdf 

13. The PCA Release and Waiver of Liability form RELEASE_AND_WAIVER_OF_LIABILITY-PCA2009 (1).pdf  and the Communicable Disease Exposure and Infection Assumption of Risk, Hold Harmless, Release, Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement form PCA Communicable Disease Waiver 20200625.pdf must also be completed prior to the event and brought with you to the track to present to the Registration desk.

Without these three forms (PCA Release and Waiver, PCA Communicable Disease Waiver, and Tech form) signed, you will not be able to participate in this weekend event.

We look forward to seeing you there!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration closed March 1, 2021 11:59 PM at 2021-03-01T23:59:00-0800
Registration opens January 30, 2021 12:01 AM at 2021-01-30T00:01:00-0800

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