TRAC Series Regional Race #1
Results are final as posted at http://tracseries.ca/?page_id=267
Adjusted results for Toyo Tire Spec Miata Race # 2 due to penalties are at http://www.tracseries.ca/R1-14sm2.pdf
ATLANTIC MOTORSPORT PARK
SHUBENACADIE, NOVA SCOTIA
June 22, 2014
***MANDATORY ON-LINE PRE-REGISTRATION: http://www.armsinc.ca/?p=888 ***
Note: If you don’t know your transponder # type in “unknown” that way we know you are coming and will provide the number at registration. “NA” can be used if you don’t have a cel phone or home phone. Also Sedans please choose either Qualifying Session A or B not both.
This race will be held under the rules set forth by Atlantic Region Motor
Sports (ARMS) including any addendums. A copy of these rules can be found
Regional Race Director: Debbie Miller, 50 Beech Hill Dr, Fall River, NS, B2T 1H7
or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organized by A.R.M.S.
For more information contact ARMSINC.CA
$380.00 per car per series (GT, Spec Miata, Open Wheel). If a regular licensed driver and a newbie licensed driver are entered on one car then the entry fee is $380.00, not the newbie
$100.00 charge).There is an additional $100.00 to enter a single race outside of your series (i.e $380.00 for SM class and $100.00 more to also run the UL race)
CAR OWNERS MUST MAKE SURE ALL THE DRIVERS OF THEIR VEHICLES ARE LICENSED AND REGISTERED. IF ANY UNREGISTERED DRIVER IS FOUND TO BE RACING THEY WILL BE BLACK FLAGGED AND CANNOT CONTINUE UNTIL THEY HAVE COMPLETED THEIR PAPERWORK….FOR A SECOND OFFENSE THERE WILL BE A $200.00 FINE.
Please make cheques payable A.R.M.S. or use paypal to email@example.com.
All crew members, etc are required to pay a $10.00 admission fee at the gate but
Race License includes gate fee.
If a race driver/entrant has registered, and has a mechanical breakdown during
practice or qualifying, a 50% refund will be issued.
In the event of a race car mechanical breakdown, after the driver/entrant has taken
a green flag for a race, no refund will be made. In the event that a race
day can not continue, then all expenses will be paid, and any remaining money
will be divided equally between entrants.
Racing will take place at Atlantic Motorsport Park, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia.
OFFICIAL BULLETIN BOARD:
An official bulletin board will be maintained at what is considered
the registration building (Guthrie Building). Race organizers will consider this building as Race
Headquarters for the event.
The race organizers reserve the right to exclude from racing all those who
fail to comply to the rules of the ARMS handbook and these supplementary
ASN Canada/FIA Race Insurance
* Mylaps Electronic Timing System will be used. All race cars are required to carry transponders, to be installed in accordance to the proper requirements. Arrangements to rent a transponder from ARMS must be made no later than Friday prior to the race weekend. Only ARMS approved transponder units may be used. Racing will be scored in one of two ways: time to complete a set number of laps, or laps per set amount of time. Transponder rental fee is $50.00 per race day.
Races will be provided for all classes with a min 3 car field.
Some or all sedan classes will be combined for certain races. All
open wheel car classes will be combined for certain races.
No race car will be allowed on the track until passed by the Technical
Inspector. ALL CARS ARE REQUIRED TO PASS TECH INSPECTION ON EVERY RACE DAY.All cars must dispaly the annual tech decal on drivers side of the windshield or, for open wheel cars, on the drivers side roll bar.
PADDOCK: No cars and no pop-up tents are allowed on the pavement, paddock stalls are on the right side of the paddock only, the middle of the paddock is for pre-grid and the pit wall area is for service crews during a race. All gear must be removed after a race
ANY DRIVER USING THE TRACK, OTHER THAN ENTERED IN A SANCTIONED EVENT OR A PRIVATE RENTAL, WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
LIST OF OFFICIALS:
ORGANIZER DEBBIE MILLER
REGISTRAR DAPHNE SLEIGH
STEWART TAYLOR MACARTHUR
CLERK GARY MARKS
JUDGE OF FACT RALPH BROOKS
T&S BLUENOSE AUTOSPORT CLUB
STARTER GEORGE SHEPPARD, MIKE BARKER
PIT EXIT DERRICK CLARKE
MARSHALS ATLANTIC REGION RACE CONTROL
SAFETY CAR DAVID CHARTERS, RALPH ROSERE
TECH TREVOR GRAY, KEN MACKAY
MEDICAL MEDICAL RESCUE TEAM
GATE DEB and WALT TENNANT
TOW PAUL MCDONNELL
MARSHAL DEBBIE MILLER
Any ATV type vehicle must be clearly identifiable to a driver/entrant (by
car # affixed to the vehicle) and must be used in a safe manner by an
adult only. No sitting or riding on the exterior of a moving vehicle.
Paddock area speed is 10kmph. Pit lane is no greater than 60kmph.
Please use drums provided for all waste fluids.
Mandatory attendance at the drivers meeting.
NO alcoholic beverages may be consumed in the paddock/pit area before the
end of the race day program. No driver may consume alcohol 8 hours before
competing. Drivers may be asked to submit to a breathalyzer test.
Pit lane: no open-toed shoes, or shorts allowed. Only pit crew and drivers
are allowed on pit lane. All drivers, entrants, and crew are required to
sign the official waiver form, located at the registration building, on
entrance to the track.
*******PLEASE NOTE RED FLAG PROCEDURE*******
A WAVED RED FLAG WILL REQUIRE ALL COMPETITORS TO REDUCE SPEED IN A SAFE
AND CONTROLLED MANNER AND PROCEED TO AND STOP AT THE ENTRANCE TO PIT LANE AND
AWAIT INSTRUCTION TO EITHER PROCEED TO PIT LANE OR PIT STRAIGHT.
8:50 AM Drivers Meeting,
25 minute time based on 1:30 lap time x 15 laps = 22:30 minutes
60 minute Lunch (Time is only required for Workers, Marshall’s and T&S, everyone else can eat between races)
This will make for a busy day so we have to run on time, and on time pre-gridding will be necessary.
Also we will run Parade Lapping during every lunch hour,$10.00 a car load (as many passengers as there are seatbelts) for
approximately 25 minutes.
As always a special thanks goes out to all the volunteers that make
weekends like this possible and don’t forget to check out the ARMS Discussion Forum
at http://www.armsinc.ca if you have any questions about any upcoming events. Just post
your question to the board and wait for an email reply to your topic.
ARMS Race Director
ASCC member since 1972
From Mike McCrea
It is with a very heavy heart that I am making this post.
Earlier today our great friend / member / driver Arnold Hoar passed away.
He became ill Saturday while traveling to Florida for a short vacation.
It is not known what funeral plans and arrangements are being planned just yet.
Arnold, as most of us know, made huge contributions to our motorsports community and was active with us to the very end.
We will miss him…
Condolences to Arnold’s family from the entire ARMS community
Frontal Head Restraint systems are mandatory for 2014
The ARMS Race Committee have decided that FIA Certification 8858-2002 and 8858-2010 will be the required standard for approved units. Those having Frontal Head Restraint systems meeting only the SFI 38.1 certification will be grand fathered in to allow them time to change to FIA certified units.
For a list of FIA certified units see FIA Technical List 29
Are pleased to announce the first part of the donation has been made to AMP from the 6th Annual Jack Canfield Memorial 3hr Enduro this past weekend, October 13, 2013.
This part of the donation was handled by ARMS and came from the entry fees, admission fee at the gate and the ARMS donation where a total of $3958.00 was raised. After expenses of $2403.45 a total of $1555.55 is left and the cheque is already on the way to AMP.
The second portion of the donation is being handled by AFRA and consists of donations made by sponsors and the Maritime League of Legends. As soon as all those funds are collected the second part of donation will be completed. The dollar value of the second part is still not confirmed but will be announced asap.
As some of you know AMP will be closed to on track activities as of Oct 18th until track opening in early May of next year. The reason for this is that there is a big (for AMP) pavement repair project slated to begin within the next week or so.
The funds raised by the JCM will be put to good use right away.
I would like to thank everyone involved in the 6th Annual Jack Canfield Memorial 3hr Enduro from the drivers to the spectators to the countless volunteers on race day and to the behind the scene organizers.
A job well done for a great cause in memory of a great man by a bunch of great people.
Atlantic Region Motor Sports
October 13, 2013 @ Atlantic Motorsport Park the Jack Canfield Memorial 3hr Enduro took place.
Co Organized by Atlantic Region Motor Sports & Atlantic Formula Racing Association
15 cars in the Maritime League of Legends race and 21 cars in the JCM 3hr Enduro
Results are posted on the TRAC web site @ http://www.tracseries.ca/tracracing_011.htm
The free entry for ARMS licensed drivers does not apply to this event
Funds raised by the admission fee at the gate will be part of the donation made to AMP that also includes the entry fees and donations by the sponsors, once the expenses are paid.
This just in from Paul Cooke, VP ASN Canada FIA
It has come to our attention that the FIA has withdrawn homologation of specified driver personal protection equipment from Power On Racewear (UK).
Additionally, there is driver personal protection equipment from Power On Racewear (UK) that appears to bear unofficial FIA homologation labels.
ASN Canada FIA
Links to the notices posted on the ASN Canada FIA web site
TRAC Series event #3 is all set to go this coming Sunday July 14th.
There will be a full slate of racing from the FBMW open wheelers to the Toyo Tire Spec Miata Championship to the GT Sedan Sprint races. With the final race of the day being the hour long Atlantic Challenge Endurance race featuring Spec Miata and GT Sedans.
Hope to see you all there gates open at 0700, Registration at 0800 and the first car on the track at 0900
For more info visit the TRAC web site at tracracing.ca