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Chicago Region PCA PCA-Chicago Autocross No. 2 Boomers Stadium
06/01/19-06/01/19
Autocross is an inexpensive opportunity to enthusiastically drive your Porsche or other make, in a controlled, and safe environment. Drivers navigate through pre-determined course outlined with road cones. 

You will test and improve your driving skills while experiencing the impressive handling performance of your car.

Everyone is encouraged to attend, particularly if you plan to participate in any other driving events throughout the year. Join us for some fun while becoming a better driver!

Registration opens: 8:00 am
Course Open to Walk 8:30 am
Registration closes: 9:00 am
Novice Course Walk: 9:00 am
Drivers meeting: 9:15 am
First group starts: 9:30 am




**New This Year**

-To improve our events, we have made the following changes:
-All participants must create a ClubRegistration.Net account, register and pay online.  This includes onsite/day of, and registration after 9 pm the night before
-Registration will promptly close at 11:59 am on the Thursday before the day of the event
-Events will be limited to 60 participants
- The success of our events is completely dependent on volunteers. Therefore, this year we are asking for participants to pre-register for several key volunteer positions. 
- Please select one item from the "Event Options" section; see descriptions for details. 
-Please disregard the item cost, as we are using this section as a work around.

Please help us run a successful event by:

1. Pay prior to 9 pm the night prior to the event to avoid an additional $15 day of registration fee

2. Review the Tech Sheet and double check the “Registration Details” for accuracy
- This form will be attached to your confirmation and is available at the PCA Chicago Region website

3. Bring your completed Tech Inspection Form with you to the event.
- UTQG: This is the wear rating for your tires.  This can be found on the sidewall of your tires.  If you are new to autocross, the Tech Inspector can help you find where this is located. 
- Make sure the positive battery terminal is completely covered with tape.  This ensures that nothing can come in contact with the terminal. The PCA Chicago Autocross program reserves the right to deny participation to vehicles with excessive exhaust noise (95 db).

4. Park your vehicle next to the vehicle that arrived just before you (e.g.. not in the middle of the parking lot).  We would like to have all cars parked in the order of arrival.  This significantly improves the flow of our Tech Inspection process and helps us start our event on time.  If you want to park next to someone, please coordinate your arrival before entering the venue. 

5. Empty everything out of your car immediately after parking so that it can be Tech inspected.  Anything that is loose must be removed from your car, including floor mats.

6. Complete and place the Tech Inspection Form under your windshield wiper.  This indicates that you are ready to have your car inspected.

7. Wait for your car to be inspected.  After obtaining the event sticker and signed Tech Inspection Form from the Tech Inspector.  Apply sticker to the front top section of your windshield on the drivers side. 

8. Proceed to the registration table with your signed Tech Inspection Form.

9. Check in and look for your pre-printed name on the PCA Waiver. If you registered after 9 pm the night before the event, please wait for a new form to be printed

10. Apply your assigned car number to both sides of your vehicle.  Numbers should be 8” or larger (if you do not have pre-printed numbers use blue painters tape)

11. Relax, mix and mingle, walk the course or help setup the course until the drivers meeting at 9:15 am. 

12. And most importantly....Have Fun!

Participants are broken out into three groups, Drive, Rest, Work

Drive:
1. This group will start driving at 9:30.
2. After your driving session is over, you will rest.

Rest:
1. This group will start the day resting while the first group (Drive) runs the course at 9:30
2. Use this time to eat lunch, but please be ready to work
3. As the Drive group is finishing please keep an eye on the staging line for the last car to
complete the course.
4. After the last car has run and the course is “cold” promptly replace the workers on the
course. This enables us to quickly get the next driving group on the course

Work:
1. This group will work the course when we start at 9:30.
2. Please grab a safety vest before heading out to a workstation
3. Aside from the Starter there are no pre-assigned work stations. Fill in any work station with
less than two workers. We also need one worker to hand out timing slips.
4. After the session is over and you are done working it is your turn to drive.
We will cycle through the process of again in the afternoon. Drive, Rest, Work. We will cover this again in the drivers meeting and address any questions that you may have.

Thanks, in advance for your cooperation.
Chicago Region PCA Homewood Art and Music Festival June 8th
06/08/19-06/08/19
Homewood Artisan and Music Street Fair
June 8th10:30AM until ?
St Joseph Church Parking 17951 Dixie Hwy, Homewood, IL

Last year we had so much FUN touring the famous Murals with Homewood’s Event Manager
Allisa that we decided to come back this year for a even larger event...The Street Artisan Fair.
The fair is a 2 day event with 105 artisan booths, several bands, and street food vendors that attracted over 5,000 people last year. 

This event looks like so much fun that we have invited our brethren from the Michiana Chapter to jump in their cars and join us. It’s only 80 mile/1.5 hour drive from South Bend (don’t forget about time change). Michiana’s Region President Murray Bartel and I met at last year’s parade. We thought we should try to bring our two great Regions together for some fun this summer. 

We will start out by parking in the St Joseph parking lot (Homewood Police Dept is directly across the street) at 10:30AM where we will meet up with Allisa. 

At 11:30...We will take a short 2 minute walk to the Vice District Microbrewery, 18027 Dixie Highway. The owner Jessie will have plenty of room in their 120 seat taproom and take us in small groups for tours of the brewery. Jessie is arranging a food truck from Famous Mae’s Que to supply us with a great BBQ lunch. To make thing super simple...drinks and lunch are on your own tabs, but I need everyone to register online to help make sure Mae’s Que has enough food.

After lunch you are welcome to stay as long as you like at the taproom before heading into the Artisan/Music/Food Fair which is open until 9PM. Homewood has their Farmer’s Market open for business in the morning so we might want to walk across the street before we leave for our walk to the Vice District. 
Any questions...Steve Kuk...815-341-0255...steve_kuk@hotmail.com
Chicago Region PCA Concours 1
06/16/19-06/16/19
Celebrate Concours 1 on Father’s Day, June 16th, at The Promenade Bolingbrook shopping center located at 631 E Boughton Rd, Bolingbrook. The Concours will be held on Sandberg Way, between Hemingway Trail and Brooks Lane. Bring the entire family to celebrate dad and Porsches. 

Schedule: 9:00 am Registration Opens, 10:45 am Judging Begins, 10:30 am Judges Meeting, 12:30 pm Awards Ceremony

COACHING CORRAL: If you are new to concours and are not quite ready to have your car judged, then be part of our coaching corral. One of our many experienced judges will look at your car and give you helpful tips and guidance to get you ready to compete. A great way to get started, meet new members and become a regular concours participant. 

REMEMBER: Let the registration team know that you want to be part of the coaching corral when you pay your entry fee. 

ENTRY FEE: Concours & Coaching Corral Entry Fee: $30; Corral: $10 (to Chicago Region Charity).  Fees are payable at the event.  Exact change is appreciated.

QUESTIONS:
Henrique Regina 312.315.8808 or Email: henriqueslregina@gmail.com
Alex Block 219.718.9319 or E-mail: alexander.block90@gmail.com

Chicago Region PCA Rallye 2 - Sunday Driving
06/23/19-06/23/19
Join us for a Sunday drive through the North/Northwest Suburbs for the second rallye of the season.  This rallye will be a combination of rural and suburban roads with opportunities to enjoy the scenery.

Starting point:
Mariano’s - west parking lot
1822 Willow Road
Northfield, Il 60093
(West off of the Willow exit off of I-294, across the parking lot from Starbuck’s)

Ending point:
The Lucky Monk
105 Hollywood Blvd.
South Barrington, IL 60010

$35.00 per car, $30.00 if registered and paid before June 23, 2019.

Contact Rallyemasters with any questions:
Anna Skura – 773.842.0089; anna@thenula.com
Andrew Skura – 773.858.1962; andy@thenula.com
Chicago Region PCA Autobahn South Track late Afternoon DE Friday July 12th 2019
07/12/19-07/12/19
This event is a late afternoon-evening event running 5 hours on the South Track. There will be three run groups Green, Yellow and White/Black. No novice instruction will be provided. There will be 4 sessions per group and will be scheduled for 25 minutes per session. The event will sell out when we reach 75 PAID participants.  PLEASE PAY ATTENTION to registration fee increases outlined below;

PLEASE NOTE: Cost is $100 per driver for those who REGISTER and PAY by June 15, 2019.  Cost will then go up to $125 per driver for those who are PAID after June 15 until June 29 and for those who wait to pay after June 29...the cost increases to $150. 

Event registration is first limited to PCA Chicago Region members and their sports cars.  This is until end of day May 31st.

After that... the event is open to all PCA members and their sport cars that pass tech (Cayenne, Macan or other SUV's are not allowed...event registrar has final say on what constitutes a "sports car").  AGAIN...drivers 18 years and older and MUST HAVE TRACK EXPERIENCE and be able to learn and drive the track on your own.  Run groups will be based on driver experience. 

Paddock opens at 11AM, registration and tech open at 11:30 and close at 1:15PM, driver's meeting 1:30PM, first cars off 2PM, last session ends 7PM.  Dinner will be served at 7PM.  We all must be out by 10PM.

Dinner will be included and is sponsored by our event sponsor...Porsche Barrington
https://barrington.porschedealer.com/

Refund policy: No refunds will be allowed after 06/30/2019
Chicago Region PCA Concours 2 and Potter's Picnic
07/13/19-07/13/19
Saturday July 13, 2019

The summer tradition continues at the Fischer`s… 24075 W Chardon Rd, Grayslake, IL.
Thank you to the Fischer Family!

Come and enjoy a day of Porsches, friends, fun, food, beverages, games and music. 

Picnic price: $15 per adult, age 12-17 $5, under 12 free. No pre registration required for the picnic.  Concours 2: Registration fee $30 and includes one picnic entry.  Fee payable at the event and exact change is appreciated. 

Picnic registration opens at 12 noon. Picnic concludes at 7:00pm. Peter Fischer will have his excellent brats, hot dogs and chicken for all to enjoy.  Please bring an appetizer, side dish, salad or dessert to share.  Wine, beer, pop and water will be served.

Concours schedule: 11:00 am Concours registration Opens, 1:00 pm Judging Begins and Food is Served, 12:45 pm Judges Meeting, 3:30 pm Awards Ceremony

QUESTIONS:
(picnic) Neil MacDonald 312-961-3268 or e-mail: fmacdona@aol.com
(concours) Henrique Regina 312.315.8808 or e-mail: henriqueslregina@gmail.com
(concours) Alex Block 219.718.9319 or e-mail: alexander.block90@gmail.com
Chicago Region PCA 2019 SUMMER DRIVING TOUR TO THE PVGP
07/19/19-07/22/19
There will not be a Spring Driving Tour in 2019. Instead we will have a
Summer Driving Tour. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) is one of
two vintage car races on city streets in the U.S. We will be driving to Pittsburgh on Friday 7/19. We will stop for a nice lunch along the way. We will arrive in Pittsburgh at 6:00 pm or so. I have reserved a block of 55 rooms at the Hampton Inn University Center
Pittsburgh/Oakland for each night (Friday thru Sunday). The discounted room rate is $139.00 per night plus tax. Same price as in 2016 when we last visited!

The Allegheny Region PCA (ARPCA) runs a great event in Schenley Park (where the race course is….). Attendees park their Porsche’s on a fairway, on the golf course. The parking location is a 2 minute walk to the race course. The ARPCA provides a wonderful catered lunch on Saturday and Sunday right on the golf course. Did I mention that every single
fairway will be covered with cars from every imaginable marque? It’s an honest to goodness cargasm! Attendees are welcome to tour the paddock area which is just full of amazing and historical race cars. You can walk right up and touch them! There is free shuttle bus service to the paddock.

We will caravan to the event from the hotel on Saturday and Sunday morning. The qualifications/racing is through by 5 or 6 pm each day. The hotel will provide a segregated parking area for our Porsche’s. A washing area is also available for the “concours” diehards!

On Sunday evening, we will dine as a group in one of Pittsburgh’s better restaurants. We will travel by motor coach. The view of the city is remarkable. You will see why they call it “Three Rivers Stadium”! (Ask anyone who has been there….) This event is limited to 92 participants!
We will make sure that you have time to explore Pittsburgh which is a great town that has lost its rust-belt reputation!
Great shopping, dining and sightseeing are available.

The hotel has approved a Porsche Club cocktail party in the hotel lobby on Saturday evening/night. So we can take over the lobby and party like it’s 1999! (Unfortunately without Prince.) You will be on your own to drive home on Monday 07/22/19. Another PCA-Chicago 4 day driving extravaganza!

The fees cover:
Buffet barbecue lunch on Friday
Motor Coach transportation from the hotel to the restaurant and back.
Dinner with dessert and wine on Sunday night on Mt. Washington
(It does not cover parking at the event and lunches on Sat/Sun which our members can purchase on MotorSportReg.com) I will be sending out e-mails about this.



J.DIWIK@COMCAST.NET.

Questions? Call me at 630-962-9224.
Chicago Region PCA PCA-Chicago Autocross No. 3 Boomers Stadium
07/20/19-07/20/19
Autocross is an inexpensive opportunity to enthusiastically drive your Porsche or other make, in a controlled, and safe environment. Drivers navigate through pre-determined course outlined with road cones. 

You will test and improve your driving skills while experiencing the impressive handling performance of your car.

Everyone is encouraged to attend, particularly if you plan to participate in any other driving events throughout the year. Join us for some fun while becoming a better driver!

Registration opens: 8:00 am
Course Open to Walk 8:30 am
Registration closes: 9:00 am
Drivers meeting: 9:20 am
First group starts: 9:30 am




**New This Year**

-To improve our events, we have made the following changes:
-All participants must create a ClubRegistration.Net account, register and pay online.  This includes onsite/day of, and registration after 9 pm the night before
-Registration will promptly close at 9:00 am on the day of the event
-Events will be limited to 60 participants
- The success of our events is completely dependent on volunteers. Therefore, this year we are asking for participants to pre-register for several key volunteer positions. 
- Please select one item from the "Event Options" section; see descriptions for details. 
-Please disregard the item cost, as we are using this section as a work around.

Please help us run a successful event by:

1. Pay prior to 9 pm the night prior to the event to avoid an additional $15 day of registration fee

2. Review the Tech Sheet and double check the “Registration Details” for accuracy
- This form will be attached to your confirmation and is available at the PCA Chicago Region website

3. Bring your completed Tech Inspection Form with you to the event.
- UTQG: This is the wear rating for your tires.  This can be found on the sidewall of your tires.  If you are new to autocross, the Tech Inspector can help you find where this is located. 
- Make sure the positive battery terminal is completely covered with tape.  This ensures that nothing can come in contact with the terminal. The PCA Chicago Autocross program reserves the right to deny participation to vehicles with excessive exhaust noise (95 db).

4. Park your vehicle next to the vehicle that arrived just before you (e.g.. not in the middle of the parking lot).  We would like to have all cars parked in the order of arrival.  This significantly improves the flow of our Tech Inspection process and helps us start our event on time.  If you want to park next to someone, please coordinate your arrival before entering the venue. 

5. Empty everything out of your car immediately after parking so that it can be Tech inspected.  Anything that is loose must be removed from your car, including floor mats.

6. Complete and place the Tech Inspection Form under your windshield wiper.  This indicates that you are ready to have your car inspected.

7. Wait for your car to be inspected.  After obtaining the event sticker and signed Tech Inspection Form from the Tech Inspector.  Apply sticker to the front top section of your windshield on the drivers side. 

8. Proceed to the registration table with your signed Tech Inspection Form.

9. Check in and look for your pre-printed name on the PCA Waiver. If you registered after 9 pm the night before the event, please wait for a new form to be printed

10. Apply your assigned car number to both sides of your vehicle.  Numbers should be 8” or larger (if you do not have pre-printed numbers use blue painters tape)

11. Relax, mix and mingle, walk the course or help setup the course until the drivers meeting at 9:20 am. 

12. And most importantly....Have Fun!

Participants are broken out into three groups, Drive, Rest, Work

Drive:
1. This group will start driving at 9:30.
2. After your driving session is over, you will rest.

Rest:
1. This group will start the day resting while the first group (Drive) runs the course at 9:30
2. Use this time to eat lunch, but please be ready to work
3. As the Drive group is finishing please keep an eye on the staging line for the last car to
complete the course.
4. After the last car has run and the course is “cold” promptly replace the workers on the
course. This enables us to quickly get the next driving group on the course

Work:
1. This group will work the course when we start at 9:30.
2. Please grab a safety vest before heading out to a workstation
3. Aside from the Starter there are no pre-assigned work stations. Fill in any work station with
less than two workers. We also need one worker to hand out timing slips.
4. After the session is over and you are done working it is your turn to drive.
We will cycle through the process of again in the afternoon. Drive, Rest, Work. We will cover this again in the drivers meeting and address any questions that you may have.

Thanks, in advance for your cooperation.
Chicago Region PCA GingerMan Raceway Drivers Education Weekend August 17/18 2019
08/17/19-08/18/19
The Chicago Region invites you to join us for our 24th annual Drivers Education Weekend at GingerMan Raceway in beautiful South Haven, Michigan.  This year’s event will be held on Saturday, August 17th and Sunday, August 18th and we hope you can join us for one of the season’s premier DE events.

Registration is open to all PCA members, as well as experiened non-members with an appropriate sports or high performance car that meets the Chicago Region’s 2019 safety requirements (Cayenne, Macan or other SUV's are not allowed). 

Novice drivers are welcome to attend and will be assigned to work with an experienced PCA instructor for the weekend.  However, please note that instructor availability for this event is very limited, therefore novices will be accepted on a first come – first served basis with PCA members given priority over non-PCA members. 

PCA instructors willing to help a novice student for the weekend will receive PCA Instructor Gift Vouchers redeemable at future Chicago Region events.  Maximum value of all vouchers may not exceed $100.

Please note! Late registration/payment fee: Event fee will increase by $60 if payment is not received by August 2.  Even if you are registered, but have not paid, the fees will increase after this date.  Please be sure to register and pay early to avoid this late payment fee!

For more information please contact GingerMan DE Event Co-Chairman Kurt Konrath at softright@earthlink.net (708)431-4772 or Peter Faehnrich pca.chicago.gman@gmail.com (630) 476-2267.

Please note our refund and onsite registration policy:

- No refunds will be allowed after 8/2/2019
- Onsite registration surcharge of $20

See you at GingerMan!

Chicago Region PCA PCA-Chicago Autocross No. 4 The Tire Rack
08/24/19-08/24/19
Autocross is an inexpensive opportunity to enthusiastically drive your Porsche or other make, in a controlled, and safe environment. Drivers navigate through pre-determined course outlined with road cones. 

You will test and improve your driving skills while experiencing the impressive handling performance of your car.

Everyone is encouraged to attend, particularly if you plan to participate in any other driving events throughout the year. Join us for some fun while becoming a better driver!

Registration opens: 8:00 am
Course Open to Walk 8:30 am
Registration closes: 9:00 am
Drivers meeting: 9:20 am
First group starts: 9:30 am




**New This Year**

-To improve our events, we have made the following changes:
-All participants must create a ClubRegistration.Net account, register and pay online.  This includes onsite/day of, and registration after 9 pm the night before
-Registration will promptly close at 9:00 am on the day of the event
-Events will be limited to 60 participants
- The success of our events is completely dependent on volunteers. Therefore, this year we are asking for participants to pre-register for several key volunteer positions. 
- Please select one item from the "Event Options" section; see descriptions for details. 
-Please disregard the item cost, as we are using this section as a work around.

Please help us run a successful event by:

1. Pay prior to 9 pm the night prior to the event to avoid an additional $15 day of registration fee

2. Review the Tech Sheet and double check the “Registration Details” for accuracy
- This form will be attached to your confirmation and is available at the PCA Chicago Region website

3. Bring your completed Tech Inspection Form with you to the event.
- UTQG: This is the wear rating for your tires.  This can be found on the sidewall of your tires.  If you are new to autocross, the Tech Inspector can help you find where this is located. 
- Make sure the positive battery terminal is completely covered with tape.  This ensures that nothing can come in contact with the terminal. The PCA Chicago Autocross program reserves the right to deny participation to vehicles with excessive exhaust noise (95 db).

4. Park your vehicle next to the vehicle that arrived just before you (e.g.. not in the middle of the parking lot).  We would like to have all cars parked in the order of arrival.  This significantly improves the flow of our Tech Inspection process and helps us start our event on time.  If you want to park next to someone, please coordinate your arrival before entering the venue. 

5. Empty everything out of your car immediately after parking so that it can be Tech inspected.  Anything that is loose must be removed from your car, including floor mats.

6. Complete and place the Tech Inspection Form under your windshield wiper.  This indicates that you are ready to have your car inspected.

7. Wait for your car to be inspected.  After obtaining the event sticker and signed Tech Inspection Form from the Tech Inspector.  Apply sticker to the front top section of your windshield on the drivers side. 

8. Proceed to the registration table with your signed Tech Inspection Form.

9. Check in and look for your pre-printed name on the PCA Waiver. If you registered after 9 pm the night before the event, please wait for a new form to be printed

10. Apply your assigned car number to both sides of your vehicle.  Numbers should be 8” or larger (if you do not have pre-printed numbers use blue painters tape)

11. Relax, mix and mingle, walk the course or help setup the course until the drivers meeting at 9:20 am. 

12. And most importantly....Have Fun!

Participants are broken out into three groups, Drive, Rest, Work

Drive:
1. This group will start driving at 9:30.
2. After your driving session is over, you will rest.

Rest:
1. This group will start the day resting while the first group (Drive) runs the course at 9:30
2. Use this time to eat lunch, but please be ready to work
3. As the Drive group is finishing please keep an eye on the staging line for the last car to
complete the course.
4. After the last car has run and the course is “cold” promptly replace the workers on the
course. This enables us to quickly get the next driving group on the course

Work:
1. This group will work the course when we start at 9:30.
2. Please grab a safety vest before heading out to a workstation
3. Aside from the Starter there are no pre-assigned work stations. Fill in any work station with
less than two workers. We also need one worker to hand out timing slips.
4. After the session is over and you are done working it is your turn to drive.
We will cycle through the process of again in the afternoon. Drive, Rest, Work. We will cover this again in the drivers meeting and address any questions that you may have.

Thanks, in advance for your cooperation.
Chicago Region PCA PCA-Chicago Autocross No. 5 Boomers Stadium
09/21/19-09/21/19
Autocross is an inexpensive opportunity to enthusiastically drive your Porsche or other make, in a controlled, and safe environment. Drivers navigate through pre-determined course outlined with road cones. 

You will test and improve your driving skills while experiencing the impressive handling performance of your car.

Everyone is encouraged to attend, particularly if you plan to participate in any other driving events throughout the year. Join us for some fun while becoming a better driver!

Registration opens: 8:00 am
Course Open to Walk 8:30 am
Registration closes: 9:00 am
Drivers meeting: 9:20 am
First group starts: 9:30 am




**New This Year**

-To improve our events, we have made the following changes:
-All participants must create a ClubRegistration.Net account, register and pay online.  This includes onsite/day of, and registration after 9 pm the night before
-Registration will promptly close at 9:00 am on the day of the event
-Events will be limited to 60 participants
- The success of our events is completely dependent on volunteers. Therefore, this year we are asking for participants to pre-register for several key volunteer positions. 
- Please select one item from the "Event Options" section; see descriptions for details. 
-Please disregard the item cost, as we are using this section as a work around.

Please help us run a successful event by:

1. Pay prior to 9 pm the night prior to the event to avoid an additional $15 day of registration fee

2. Review the Tech Sheet and double check the “Registration Details” for accuracy
- This form will be attached to your confirmation and is available at the PCA Chicago Region website

3. Bring your completed Tech Inspection Form with you to the event.
- UTQG: This is the wear rating for your tires.  This can be found on the sidewall of your tires.  If you are new to autocross, the Tech Inspector can help you find where this is located. 
- Make sure the positive battery terminal is completely covered with tape.  This ensures that nothing can come in contact with the terminal. The PCA Chicago Autocross program reserves the right to deny participation to vehicles with excessive exhaust noise (95 db).

4. Park your vehicle next to the vehicle that arrived just before you (e.g.. not in the middle of the parking lot).  We would like to have all cars parked in the order of arrival.  This significantly improves the flow of our Tech Inspection process and helps us start our event on time.  If you want to park next to someone, please coordinate your arrival before entering the venue. 

5. Empty everything out of your car immediately after parking so that it can be Tech inspected.  Anything that is loose must be removed from your car, including floor mats.

6. Complete and place the Tech Inspection Form under your windshield wiper.  This indicates that you are ready to have your car inspected.

7. Wait for your car to be inspected.  After obtaining the event sticker and signed Tech Inspection Form from the Tech Inspector.  Apply sticker to the front top section of your windshield on the drivers side. 

8. Proceed to the registration table with your signed Tech Inspection Form.

9. Check in and look for your pre-printed name on the PCA Waiver. If you registered after 9 pm the night before the event, please wait for a new form to be printed

10. Apply your assigned car number to both sides of your vehicle.  Numbers should be 8” or larger (if you do not have pre-printed numbers use blue painters tape)

11. Relax, mix and mingle, walk the course or help setup the course until the drivers meeting at 9:20 am. 

12. And most importantly....Have Fun!

Participants are broken out into three groups, Drive, Rest, Work

Drive:
1. This group will start driving at 9:30.
2. After your driving session is over, you will rest.

Rest:
1. This group will start the day resting while the first group (Drive) runs the course at 9:30
2. Use this time to eat lunch, but please be ready to work
3. As the Drive group is finishing please keep an eye on the staging line for the last car to
complete the course.
4. After the last car has run and the course is “cold” promptly replace the workers on the
course. This enables us to quickly get the next driving group on the course

Work:
1. This group will work the course when we start at 9:30.
2. Please grab a safety vest before heading out to a workstation
3. Aside from the Starter there are no pre-assigned work stations. Fill in any work station with
less than two workers. We also need one worker to hand out timing slips.
4. After the session is over and you are done working it is your turn to drive.
We will cycle through the process of again in the afternoon. Drive, Rest, Work. We will cover this again in the drivers meeting and address any questions that you may have.

Thanks, in advance for your cooperation.