ICE RUN RALLY CROSS
#1 on ROSS LAKE IN BEAVERTON, MI
Tech Inspection & Practice Runs - 8:00-10:15 am
Drivers Meeting - 10:30 am
First Car Off - 11:00 am
Bring your Car, bring
your Truck or SUV! Loner Helmets Available. Winter or snow tires
preferred, minimum all-season with 4/32" good tread required.
This event will be
limited to 50 cars.
Check the svr-scca.com website frequently as the event can changed or be
cancelled right up to the last minute due to local conditions (too much
snow/too little ice/too cold, etc.).
Please drive safely and respect the citizens of Beaverton and make use of
the local businesses while in town... Beaverton's hospitality is what
makes these events possible.
Cost is $35 for current
SCCA Members & $50 for non members (Weekend Membership fee
added). Registration will open the Sunday preceding the event at 8PM
Absolutely no refunds after registration closes.
Contact Judy Hudak (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be put on the wait list if registration is
*********** COVID Guidelines **********
In light of current events, Saginaw Valley
Region SCCA is taking precautions to ensure that our events are as safe as
possible for all entrants and volunteers. The following policies and procedures
will be put in place for all of our upcoming events. We will continue to
evaluate our procedures as we gain more experience and as conditions change. We
ask that you be patient and understanding with the actions that we are taking.
We are offering full
entry free refunds, no questions asked, by request. If you are not
feeling well, do not come to the event — we will give you a full refund of your
entry fee. Please let us know as soon as possible so that we may let
someone on the waiting list take your spot.
We are only accepting
online registered and paid entrants only.
Only competitors and
event workers will be allowed on site. For now, we are not allowing any spectators at our events to
keep the number of people on site to a minimum. This policy may be relaxed
later in the year.
Competitors and event
workers will be asked to check in, as usual. Check-in may take place with the
registration worker behind a plexiglass divider on a table (for autocross) or
behind the window of a car (for rallycross). Show your drivers license and your
membership card behind the barrier and the registration worker will check you
in. Once again, only online payment is accepted, and we are not
accepting cash or checks at events.
It is strongly
recommended that SCCA members apply for yearlong waivers, aka “hard cards.” To receive a hard card, click
must here to
log into your SCCA account. Then, print out a waiver form and either 1) have it
notarized, or 2) sign it with an SCCA member witness. You may bring the
yearlong waiver form to an event and sign it in front of the waiver worker,
which would fulfill the requirements for a hard card.
waiver forms will still need to be signed when entering the site for the first
time with the waiver worker.
At the entry to the
site, we will have two buckets of pens, one clean and one dirty. You will be
asked to use a clean pen to sign the waivers, and to deposit the pen into the
bucket of dirty pens once you are finished. Wristbands will either be handed to
you, already separated, on the clipboard with the waivers to sign, or placed on
a table near the waiver worker for you to pick up.
Tech inspectors will
be inspecting aspects of your car from the outside only. They will ensure that
the wheels are solidly mounted to the car with no play in the wheel bearings,
the tires are not damaged and are not showing cords, the battery in the engine
bay is properly tied down, and the car is appropriately marked with class and
The tech inspector
will ask you to verify that your brake pedal is firm, the accelerator pedal
returns, and that the car is clear of loose objects.
You may be asked to
show the tech inspector the sticker inside your helmet if you do not have a
current helmet sticker. Once
the tech inspector visually confirms the helmet sticker, you may be directed to
pick up a sticker from a table next to tech inspection.
DRIVERS MEETING AND
We will be doing
pre-event online drivers meetings. We will send out either a link to an online video,
teleconference, or written document before the event that will comprise the
general safety and event procedures of the event.
We will also hold a
condensed on-site drivers meeting to answer any questions that entrants may
have. This may be done
either with a socially-distanced gathering where we have the safety steward
answer questions with the use of a bull horn or microphone, or with a
teleconference or live stream.
There will be no
official awards ceremony after the event. Trophies may be distributed either at the event, with
entrants picking up their trophies from a table, or sent to entrants after the
Procedures for the
drivers meeting and the awards ceremony are liable to change as we learn what
works well and what doesn’t. Any official guidelines from the SCCA, government
organizations, and suggestions from our local members in the medical community
may also affect how we conduct pre- and post-event meetings.
PADDOCK, COURSE, AND
When outside and not
in cars, all entrants and event workers must maintain 6 feet of social distance
from each other. This means
staying 6 feet away from other people in the paddock, out on the course when
doing course walks or working corners, and in spectator areas.
Face masks are
mandatory if you are within 30 feet of the timing truck/RV. A 30 foot perimeter will be marked
around the timing truck/RV, and anyone within the marked perimeter must be
wearing a face mask.
We will attempt to
staff the timing crew with volunteers from the same households. Timing crews
may be asked to work multiple heats in an attempt to limit the number of people
that need to enter and exit the timing truck/RV in a given day. The event chair
will make the determination, along with the worker chief, as to how to handle
the timing crew staffing. No one outside of the timing crews will be
allowed inside the timing truck/RV when the event is running. This will be
flagrantly disobeying the rules detailed here will be asked to leave the event
immediately and without refund.
For the time being, we
are not providing loaner helmets. All competitors must bring their own
helmet to use in competition, and the helmet must pass tech inspection.
Only people from the
same household as or who arrived with the driver will be allowed as passengers.
We will attempt to
limit workers in any given vehicle to those of the same household, or may
require multiple vehicles per corner. Only the corner captains will be allowed
to handle the radios. There will be disinfecting wipes at the timing van;
corner captains will be asked to sanitize the radios and the flags before
and/or after their shifts.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
responsible for bringing their own face masks and gloves. Please do not forget
to bring your own. The club will
have a small reserve supply of face masks and gloves at the timing truck/RV for
those that forget to bring their own, but we may not have enough PPE to supply
all entrants at an event.
Cleaning wipes will be
placed at the timing truck/RV. Remember, face masks are mandatory
within a 30 foot radius of the timing truck/RV.
EVENT SETUP AND
Workers setting up and
cleaning up the event are responsible for bringing their own PPE. We will not
be attempting to disinfect all cones, equipment, and material after the
conclusion of an event; enough time will pass between events such that
equipment and gear will naturally disinfect itself.
These rules and
procedures will be in place only as long as the pandemic poses a threat to our
entrants and event workers. We will adjust as conditions change, and as we get
feedback from you.
Thank you for your
patience and understanding!