In message <email@example.com>Jim Ochi writes
>Anyone know what the run group schedule for this Sunday is?
Yup. I haven't managed to put it up on the NASA autox web site yet,
but here's the dope:
Run Work Classes
1 3 CSP, FSP, Kart
2 4 AS, BS, CS
3 1 ASP, BSP, SS, SM, Prepareds, Modifieds
4 2 ESP. OSP
5 6 DSP, VS, VSP, ST
6 5 DS, ES, FS, GS, HS
First car out at 9 AM, 5th run group starts no earlier than 2 PM.
Here's the accompanying text (note that this year you must attend
MORE THAN 50% of the events to trophy):
Parallel women's classes run with each open class, please put an
L after the class on your run card if you intend to run in the
Ladies class. Classes listed are the same as SCCA National classes
with the exception of Vintage Stock (VS), Vintage Street Prepared
(VSP) for cars over 25 years old, and OSP (Open Street Prepared)
open to any car that does not fit in a regular Street Prepared
category and must be street register-able.
Tech and Registration will be open at 7:45 AM until 2:00 PM. Please
plan to arrive early enough to get registered, walk the course and
your car teched prior to your run time. 1st grid is inverted, first
car on parks in back, cars after the first car park in front until
line is full, then start next line. After 1st run, two driver and
single driver lines will be established. All tech inspection will
be done on grid. We use a two grid system where you bring your car
to grid while the group previous to your run group is running on
the other grid. Once on grid, you will be teched and you are then
in position and ready to run with your group. You risk forfeiture
of points & trophies if your car is not on grid before it closes.
You must run with your class to qualify for trophies. All drivers
must work the event or you will not qualify for trophies or year
end points. You may run out of group for no points, please put FUN
RUN on your card to indicate you have run out of group. All drivers
must have a valid driver's license. Drivers under 18 must have a
signed parental waiver and license or permit.
ENTRY: $25.00 per person; $40.00 a couple.
TECH: All cars must pass a tech (safety) inspection with no leaks,
tight wheel bearings, secure battery mounts, good brakes and tires
and no loose objects. No SUV vehicles (Jeeps). Seat belts & helmets
(loaners available) are required. 95dba @100ft sound limit. No
drugs or alcohol allowed on site. Speed limit in the pits and to
& from the autox site from B Street is 5 MPH. Any display of Speed,
scrubbing of tires or burn outs coming in or leaving will cause
the event to be SHUT DOWN, everyone will have to leave immediately
and we will NOT be able to return to this site again!!!
AWARDS: Points will be awarded to all finishers in each class. To
qualify for Season trophies in class or PAX, you must have attended
more than 50% of the season events. NASA/X 2001 Series awards will
be presented at the NASA A/X banquet in Jan. 2002.
DIRECTIONS TO MARINA: Take Hwy 1 to Two exits South of Castroville
toward Laguna Seca and Monterey. Take the Reservation Rd. Exit,
turn south toward Marina, go a short block and turn right to STAY
onto Reservation Rd. Follow Reservation Rd. through Marina and go
about two miles south of town. Turn Left into Marina Airfield at
the light and proceed into Marina Airfield. Turn Right on B St.
after the first big building on the right and follow the cones. DO
NOT DRIVE THROUGH THE HILLER AVIATION SITE!!!
MARINA SITE REQUIREMENTS: Please make sure that you do not exceed
the posted speed limits on airport property (except while on course
during your autox runs!). FAA regulations STRICLTY FORBID cars
from driving out on the runways. DO NOT go exploring around, this
will only get us kicked off the site! Local law enforcement agencies
are aware of our presence, please be cool. Please make sure you
pick up ALL of your trash.
Check our Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/nasa_autox/ OR
http://www.nasaproracing.com Click on the Regions word in red on
top of the page, then select NorCal, next select AutoX to link to
the NASA autox site. For more information call Dennis Hale at