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Wash DC Region 2021 AX Champ Event #6


Wash DC Region 2021 AX Champ Event #6

SCCA - Washington DC Region - Autocross

Sunday, August 1, 2021
Summit Point - Washington Circuit, Summit Point, WV


Registration closed July 31, 2021 6:00 PM at 2021-07-31T15:00:00-0700 Registration ends July 31, 2021 6:00 PM at 2021-07-31T15:00:00-0700 Registration opens March 20, 2021 12:01 AM at 2021-03-19T21:01:00-0700 Registration runs from March 20, 2021 12:01 AM to July 31, 2021 6:00 PM

This is Championship Event #6 of the 2021 Autocross Season at Summit Point Raceway's Washington Circuit.

The event is a full-day event, and it features 6 runs per driver.  There will be ONLY one (1) Registration, Tech, and course walk session at the beginning of the event.  See the event schedule below.

 

ENTRY FEES

  • SCCA Members: $48
  • Non-Members: $63  This includes weekend membership for $15. 
  • Late Fee: $10  Registrations after the Wednesday prior to the event will incur a late fee.

 

WAIT LIST

There is a cap of 160 Competitors, after which an entrant will be added to a Wait List.  Registration for the event from the Wait List is based on time/date of registration.

 

WAIVERS

  • Adults: We will be using the SpeedWaiver for the Solo waiver (complete it in advance!), but you will need to complete Summit Point's waiver at their gate as well.  If you have a valid SCCA Annual Waiver, you do not need to complete the SpeedWaiver.
  • Minors:   If you are under the age of 18, you must fill out and bring a Minor Waiver (along with a parent) with you.  The Speed Waiver does not cover Minors.

 

CANCELLATIONS

Non-Season Subscribers must cancel online by the Wednesday before the event in order to receive a refund; cancellations after that will not be refunded.

Season Subscribers should cancel as soon as possible to open a space for others who can attend.

 

COVID-19 EVENT OPERATIONS

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, every attempt will be made to minimize the risk of exposure to the virus.  SCCA COVID Guidelines are listed here.  

WDCR Solo has supplemental COVID guidelines.  The entrant agrees to follow the organizer's guidance onsite if any situations are changing.  

  1. Water will be supplied to course workers, but please bring your own water.
  2. Loaner helmets will NOT be available for use.  You must bring your own SNELL rated helmet (SNELL approval sticker required) with a SNELL rating of 2020 or up to two certifications back (2015 and 2010).  OG Racing (Sterling, VA) rents helmets for $55 and they allow you to put that money toward the purchase of a new helmet.  Contact OG Racing at 800-934-9112 or info@ogracing.com.
  3. You will be responsible for your own food; there will not be a food truck on site.

If any of these change, you will be notified via your registration email.

 

EVENT SCHEDULE

8:00 Gate Opens
8:15 Pre-Registered Check-in OPENS
8:20 Tech OPENS
9:00 Course Opens for Walking
9:00 Pre-Registered Check-in CLOSES
9:05 Tech CLOSES
9:10 Novice Course Walk BEGINS
9:30 Drivers Meeting Begins (EVERYONE must be present)
9:40 Morning Heat Worker Check-in
9:40 Drivers Bring Cars to Grid
10:00 First Car Off

The Run / Work order will be announced after registration closes and/or morning of the event.  There will be a short break between run groups to change workers and to grid cars.

 

DIRECTIONS

https://summitpoint-raceway.com/track-information/directions/

** Upon arrival, you'll enter through the Main gate.  After signing the track waiver (separate from the SCCA Speed Waiver), follow the signs to the Washington Circuit.  

A map of the autocross site can be found here.

WDCR SCCA is utilizing the Summit Point Washington Circuit. This facility does not have the abundance of space which we were traditionally used to for paddock and grid. As such, competitors will need to be conscious of space utilization. The paddock will be in the lot below the course. Competitors who tow their vehicles to the event are requested to park at the far end of the lot, diagonally pulled forward into the grass to facilitate load/unload and exiting without having to back up.