OMRSCCA Solo2 Event #4 :: 06/24/2012

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OMRSCCA Solo2 Event #4 :: 06/24/2012

Post by SilverYota » Sun May 06, 2012 5:48 pm

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OMRSCCA Regional Solo2 Event #4
Sunday, June 24th, 2011
Crowder Truck Driving School
Neosho, Missouri [Map]


THIS EVENT WILL BE AT A NEW LOT ADJACENT TO THE SKIDPAD LOT THAT WE USED TO RUN ON.

This Skipad Lot is not available for events.

Register Online!
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Note: 2011 events will use online registration via MotorsportReg. Additional registration instructions here.

Event Information Car Numbers and Classes
Car Numbers are exclusive for the 2012 season, meaning only one person is allowed to run a number during the entire year no matter what class you are in (e.g. Car number 76 Matt L in ST, you would not be able to use 76 even if you ran a different class). During pre-registration if a # is not shown when it is time to pick your car # then it is already in use this year.


Amenities
There are gas stations, WalMart, and fast food on Highway 59 about a mile North of the intersection of MO-D. There is no air available at the site, so prepare accordingly. We anticipate making lunch available on-site.

Directions from Springfield
Take I-44 to US 71 South, and exit at Highway 60 Neosho/Seneca. Go East to the light at US 59/71B (WalMart will be on your right). Turn right to go South on 59, and follow the signs for Crowder College and Highway MO-D. Turn left onto MO-D, and it will take you straight to Crowder College. Once you reach the stop sign at the entrance of Crowder, turn right onto Doniphan and head towards the windmill. Turn left just past the windmill, and follow the SCCA signs and cones to the site.

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Coming from somewhere else? Plug it into Google Maps:
[Google Maps - Crowder College]

Run / Work
If we have over 80 entrants, we will go to a three-heat format based on a first-come, first-served basis:

Work heat 1 / Drive heat 3
Work heat 2 / Drive heat 1
Work heat 3 / Drive heat 2


Work assignments will be balanced to ensure even work coverage for all stations in all heats. If you show up at the last minute, your choice may be full. If you show up late, you will not be able to participate at all!

See you there!

Edit: site map below.
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Post by craigb » Tue May 08, 2012 2:25 pm

Wow, I have a car, I have the day off. I'll be there!

Now, does someone want to help me with classing my car? It's a 2000 Ford Mustang, 3.8 V6, completely stock except 17x8 aftermarket wheels with 245/45-17 street tires. That may put me in STX, which I'd be completely outclassed in, but I'm there to have fun anyway.
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Post by JimR » Tue May 08, 2012 3:01 pm

That wheel/tire combination is 100% legal for STX. See you there. 8)
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Post by craigb » Wed May 09, 2012 8:48 am

STX it is then. Maybe I can get a few other things legal for that class done to the car in the mean time. Also need to cut new numbers for this car, 232. :lol:

I'm also registered! 8)
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Post by craigb » Tue Jun 12, 2012 1:14 pm

Well, I may be running a different car. How would I go about changing cars and maybe classes?
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Post by Bullitt2954 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 2:39 pm

craigb wrote:Well, I may be running a different car. How would I go about changing cars and maybe classes?
Add the car to your profile on motorsportsreg.com. Then, select that car (and the appropriate class) when you pre-register. Use your current number, though.

Essentially, that's it.
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Post by craigb » Tue Jun 12, 2012 4:10 pm

Cool, now I just need to figure out where to place an 1985 Mercury Capri with some 1987-1993 brakes and rear end.
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Post by Bullitt2954 » Wed Jun 13, 2012 9:42 am

Off the top of my head - E-Street Prepared.
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Post by craigb » Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:47 pm

Ok, I'll look into it.
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Post by budweeks » Thu Jun 14, 2012 2:30 pm

Craig,

ESP is one of our best classes---good drivers and good cars. You will be in good company---lots of fun.

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Post by craigb » Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:27 am

I'll be outclassed is what you are saying. :lol:

I've never autocrossed an automatic before, should be interesting.
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Post by JimR » Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:06 am

I noticed online registration is set to close in MotorsportReg on Tuesday, June 19th, which may catch a few people off guard. Should we back that out towards the end of the week for the stragglers?
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Post by SilverYota » Fri Jun 15, 2012 5:31 pm

Thanks for noticing Jim, I just changed it to Friday the 22nd at midnight everyone be sure to pre register for the event so we will know how many to expect.
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Post by SilverYota » Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:41 pm

We are going to start offering the Road Tire PAX classes at this event like they do at National events. So if you are in a Stock class running tires of 140 treadwear or numerically higher you can compete. Sign-up is at the trailer as you go through the registration line.

We have had several that are interested in this and already know how this works, but in case this is a new idea for you, here is how I understand that it works (someone please correct us if this is wrong). There are 3 classes offered RTF, RTR, and RTA (Front, Rear and AWD) and you will be competing against other stock class vehicles based on the PAX index. This allows a CS Miata to compete with a SS Corvette in RTR or a HS Mirage againt a DS GTI in RTF.

We have had several members ask for this so we hope it is a big hit. Since this is a class offered at National events, if there is a rule change made at that level there is a good possibility that OMR will follow that direction.
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Post by mulkio » Fri Jun 22, 2012 5:57 am

What would happen to season points I have in c-stock, if I choose to run RTR? What are the pax modifiers for RTR, RTA, and RTF?
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