The Blue Mountain Region of the Sports Car Club of America Presents:
Kempton County Fairgrounds RallyCross #2 - May 4th, 2013
What is it?
If you're on here and don't know what RallyCross is I'd be surprised, but in case you don't know:
A RallyCross is any event in which one vehicle at a time is timed over a defined course on a generally unpaved, flat surface and consists of short straight sections and connecting turns or corners. The emphasis is on vehicle handling and agility rather than speed or power. Scoring is based on total time for all runs plus penalties. We will be following all rules as set forth by the SCCA. The rules can be found at: http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/...es-Revised.pdf
Where is it?
Kempton County Fairgrounds
83 Community Drive
Kempton, PA 19529
When is it?
Suggested arrival time: 7:30AM-8AM
Registration & Tech opens at 8AM – 9:10AM
Driver's meeting: 9:15AM
First car off by: 10AM
Finish and cleanup: 4PM
Who can enter?
Anyone with a valid driver's license can run. You must be an SCCA member but if you are not an SCCA member you can buy a Weekend Membership for $10.
Entry fees will be $40 for those preregistering on Myautoevents.com and $50 for those registering at the event.
We will accept a maximum of 50 entries.
In order to receive a refund, you must contact the registrar prior to 8:00 PM on the day online registration closes.
Each Entrant is required to wear a Snell 2000 or better rated helmet. We will have a few loaners but it is highly recommended that you bring your own.
This is a work to play event. That means that if your group is not running, your group will be out working the course. Without this we couldn’t make these events happen. This work may entail any of the following: Working a hand held radio and calling in cones knocked down on course, running out on course between cars to reset knocked over cones, Manning a red flag and fire extinguisher in the event of an incident on course, Shoveling or raking a little dirt.
What kind of car can I bring?
The event is open to any fixed-roof production based vehicle (including convertibles with a factory hardtop attached like a Miata, targa-types with factory panel in place, t-tops with factory panels in place) that can pass a safety inspection as defined in the rules linked above.
We will follow the standard RallyCross classes:
Stock Rear Wheel Drive, Stock Front Wheel Drive, Stock All Wheel Drive
Prepared Rear Wheel Drive, Prepared Front Wheel Drive, Prepared All Wheel Drive
Modified Rear Wheel Drive, Modified Front Wheel Drive, Modified All Wheel Drive
We plan to give each entrant at least six runs and very likely more.
We will run two sessions of competition, a morning session and an afternoon session with the course changing between sessions.
We will run two groups of competitors, Group A and Group B with Group running first in the morning and first in the afternoon.
Group A includes Stock A, F and R and Prepared A and F. Group B includes Prepared R and Modified A, F and R.
Adjustments may be made to classes within groups depending on the distribution of entries.
For more information contact me here, Keith Kennedy, or for up to the minute updates and info find us on Facebook.com/BMRRallyX
As of this morning we only have 13 entries but we are still going to move forward with having the event. If you were on the fence please consider coming and running. This will probably be our last event until the fall. The fairgrounds is a very busy place over the summer so getting use of the site is next to impossible.