Track Night 2021: Lime Rock - June 9
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, every attempt will be made to minimize the risks of exposure to the virus for all of our participants and our staff.
It is your responsibility to assess the risk to you, both on-track and off, and to make the decision on whether to participate in this event. If you are feeling unwell or are experiencing any symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please contact Jack Track regarding your entry and stay home. If you have been in contact with someone who has been experiencing these symptoms in the last two weeks, please contact Jack Track regarding your entry and stay home.
Please take this seriously. Everyone has different concerns about the risk of infection, and it is important to take everyone's feelings into consideration. The approach we are taking and asking you to join us in is much in alignment with our "same team" approach. Just as your safety and well-being on track depend on everyone working together, the same applies in the paddock as well. As such, we ask that everyone respect the health concerns of others, whether you share them or not.
While on-site please take the health and safety of your fellow participants, volunteers, and staff into consideration and practice social distancing, wear a mask, and wash your hands, and/or use hand sanitizer frequently. All attendees and staff will be required to wear a face-covering (mask, bandana, balaclava, etc.) any time they are outside of their own vehicle or personal parking spot.
It can be easily argued that Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park is the most significantly historic road racing circuit in North America. Only Wisconsin’s Road America and California’s Laguna Seca can compare to Lime Rock with respect to longest continuous operation – Road America opened in 1955, Laguna Seca and Lime Rock in 1957 – but only Lime Rock’s circuit remains exactly the same as when it opened in spring of that year.
Lime Rock is 1.50 miles of uphill and down dale, a track that looks deceivingly simple but is immensely challenging to drive quickly. Its setting is a village in Connecticut’s Litchfield County, renowned for its vast historical, cultural and recreational resources. Lime Rock’s history is inextricably entwined with that of sports car racing. Almost all of the sport’s greats have raced here. Incredibly historic yet modern. Not a hint of a grandstand but tremendous spectator viewing. Fan friendly in the extreme. A beautiful venue – it is truly a park – even those who are not motorsports fans are familiar with Lime Rock Park.
Advanced, Intermediate and Novice groups: $240
Join SCCA and Save! Members Pay: $230
*Due to the State of Connecticut reopening guidelines that limit the facility capacity, this will be a participants only, no spectators/guests event. Each participant will be permitted to bring a maximum of one crew member.
The A Paddock concession stand will be open from 11 am to 3 pm during this event.
TRACK SPECIFIC RULES
- Sound limit of 86 decibels 50 feet from the track edge will be in force at all times.
All drivers must attend one of the two scheduled Participant Briefings. KONI Novices should plan to attend at 1:30.
12:00 PM- Gates Open
1:00 PM- Worker Meeting (includes Run/Work participants)
1:30PM - PARTICIPANT BRIEFING
1:45PM - MANDATORY KONI NOVICE MEETING
2:00PM - KONI Novice Group: Paced Laps, PARTICIPANT BRIEFING
2:20PM - Advanced Group: Session 1
2:25PM -KONI Novice Group: Briefing 1
* Times are an approximation (Weather and on-track issues can play havoc with a schedule, and sometimes officials might have to improvise to make sure everyone gets the most out of the event.)
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