Round 1: Calabogie 12H
Friday May 12th :
1:00 pm – 6:00pm Registration
1:00 pm – 6:00pm Safety, Tech Inspection
1:00 pm – 6:00pm Driver’s Gear Inspection
5:15 pm – 6:00pm Novice School
Saturday May 13th :
6:00am MANDATORY Drivers Meeting
6:45am Cars to the Grid
7:00am Parade Laps
7:05am Green Flag
7:00pm Checkered Flag
7:05pm Post Race Impound
7:30pm Awards Ceremony
HOT PIT AND PIT LANE
- SR1 – Pit Lane Speed Limit is SLOW. (That’s about 2,000 RPM in second gear for most cars.) The speed limit shall be in effect for the entire length of the outer pit wall.
- SR-9 There will be NO setting up of your pit until after 5pm on Friday May 12th. .
- SR-8 No children under the age of 14 and no animals are allowed in the hot or cold pits.
- SR-7 Smoking and/or vaping is not allowed in the hot or cold pits. Smoking is permitted in the public area.
- SR-6 No open flame stoves or BBQ’s are allowed in the cold or hot pits.
- SR-5 Electric, propane or kerosene heaters are NOT allowed anywhere in the hot pit or the cold pits.
- SR-4 All work and/or repairs that can be made to your race cars in less than thirty (30) minutes may be executed in the Pit Lane; all repairs requiring more than 30 minutes time must be completed in the paddock area
- SR -3 NO crew members are allowed over the wall until the race car has come to a complete stop in the pit box!
- SR-2 - Pit lane spaces will be assigned. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any special requests. You will receive a copy of the pit assignments prior to the event. If you set up in someone else’s pit, you will be asked to move.
- SR-9 The Hot Pit Lane is the exclusive fueling area. The fueling of the race cars shall be completed by use of a 20 Liter plastic jug and funnel. Hoses or other fueling adapters are also allowed as per the BCR. Jugs must have sealable lids/caps. Metal fuel drums or other fuel containers with manual pumps and hose lines are allowed to refill plastic jugs, but not allowed for refueling cars. No electric pumps are allowed. ALL fuel storage must be maintained on the ‘cold’ side of the pit wall or kept within your transporter.
- SR-11 The designated ‘fire bottle’ crew member MUST be ten (10) feet from the gas cap. This crew member must ONLY stand with full attention on the fueling. This means he/she does NOT help take off the gas cap/trade off gas cans or anything else that may take his/her attention away from fueling.
- Please note the 2005 dated helmets are no longer accepted.
- SR-12 ALL team members over the wall when fueling must wear a fireproof driver’s suit, gloves and full face helmet.
- SR-11 Drivers may remain in the car during fueling. Driver changes are allowed during fueling. NO WORK ON ANY CAR SHALL BE ATTEMPTED DURING FUELING – this includes checking tire pressure, cleaning the windshield and emptying ‘cool suit’ coolers. All engines and electrical kill switches must be OFF during fueling.
- SR-10 All teams shall have one (1) fully charged 10lb ABC fire extinguisher in their pits. All teams should have at least one (1) 10lb bag of absorbent for any minor fuel spillage and/or oil leaks. ANY spillage must be cleaned up as soon as the car leaves the pit area.
SR-13 All cars, used or junk parts too big for a normal trash can, empty fuel drums and anything else you brought with you must be taken out with you.
SR-14 RESPECT the facility, staff, volunteers and other competitors.
ANY TEAM THAT DOES NOT RESPECT OR ABIDE BY THE ABOVE RULES MAY BE PENALIZED AS DEEMED NECESSARY BY CHUMPCAR CANADA.
COST FOR PIT/SPECTATOR PASSES:
$10 per day for adults. Kids under 14 are free when accompanied by an adult. Wrist bands can
be purchased at the track front gate. Members are admitted without additional cost..
Self-contained RV camping in the paddock is allowed on Friday and Saturday night. All vehicles must vacate the track grounds Sunday. There is NO electric hook up or waste dumping services. There is no additional charge for camping.
SEE BELOW FOR A LIST OF OUR CHUMPCAR
PLEASE SUPPORT THEM ALL!