1/2 MILE AGENDA
Tomorrow is the day! Just a reminder that the event does start at 9:00AM but if you would rather just show up for just the ½1/2 mile event you can show up no later than 12:00PM. Your car will need to be inspected by our techs by 12:30PM to make sure it is safe and ready for you to track.
Schedule for ½1/2 Mile Event:
10:30-12:30PM - Tech inspections
11:30-12:30PM - Catered Lunch
12:00-12:15PM - Drivers Meeting
12:40-12:55PM - Parade Lap (preview of route)
1:00-4:00PM - ½1/2 Mile Runs
4:15-4:45PM - Award Ceremony
*schedule may be subject to change. If anything changes we'll send out text updates and reminders.
To see the full schedule of all the events this weekend, including the air shows, click the link below:
Don't forget that your drivers pass includes a plus 1 so be sure to invite your spouse or friend to join you.
WHAT TO BRING:
WE HAVE EXTRA HELMETS AVAILABLE BUT IT IS RECOMMENDED TO BRING YOUR OWN FULL FACE HELMET
YOU'LL NEED LONG PANTS TO RACE
CLOSED TOE SHOES
YOU'LL NEED CLOSED TOE SHOES
HOW TO GET INTO THE AIRPORT
When you arrive at the airport we have our own separate gate for us to enter into. Our gate is on the North side of the airport hangers (shown on the map below). The entrance is low car friendly but does require driving on some dirt.
When you enter the 1/2 mile staging area you will park your car and sign in at the table in front of 'Hangar 107'. From there they will hand you your credentials and passes. While your car is parked our graphics team will install the numbers and our tech team will look over your vehicle to ensure that it is safe to run.
Although not often or very likely, it is possible for your car not to pass the inspection.
This year we have moved our schedule up so at 11:30 we'll start with lunch and from there we will begin our drivers meeting. This mandatory meeting is where we will go through the rules, safety guidelines as well as some tips to help you. Shortly after the drivers meeting is completed we will do a parade lap. This is where we will all drive around up and down the track so you can get a feel for it and know what to expect. At the end of the route is where we will begin the start of the 1/2 mile runs.