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    SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS
    EVENT 3 – JUNE 18, 2011
    EVENT 4 – JUNE 19, 2011
    SHANNONVILLE MOTORSPORT PARK
    SHANNONVILLE, ON, K0K 3A0
    WWW.SHANNONVILLE.COM

    SANCTIONING BODY; C.A.S.C. Ontario Region
    ORGANIZING CLUB; HADA Motorsports Club
    ORGANIZERS; Chris Paczynski – Saturday, John Paczynski - Sunday
    CHIEF CLERK; Dave Barker
    CHIEF TIMER; Paul McFadden
    CHIEF REGISTRAR; Sergei Guschin
    CHIEF SCRUTINEER; Derrick Cormier
    CHIEF MARSHALL; Chuck Atkins
    SERVICE VEHICLE; Derrick Cormier
    STEWARDS; Rob Hall (OMSC),

    EVENT TIMETABLE
    7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Registration
    8:40 AM - 8:55 AM All Driver meeting. Novice meeting at 9:00am. Mandatory.

    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Practice in 3 groups starting on the hour (GT1 and higher), 20 minutes after the hour (GT2 and lower), 40 minutes after the hour (Novices).
    12:00 AM -12:40 PM Lunch
    12:40 PM - 12:50 PM Driver’s meeting (mandatory)
    1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Time Attack Competition
    5:00 PM Track closed
    5:30 PM Dinner (Saturday only)
    6:00 PM Final driver’s meeting, Saturday. 5:30 on Sunday. Event results, prizes.

    SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES AND REGULATIONS
    1) Drivers’ meetings are mandatory for all drivers.
    2) Drivers are required to be registered, provide signed Vehicle Technical Technical Self Declaration form to scrutineering (available at www.time-attack.ca) and have a signed Log Book from scrutineering before proceeding on track.
    3) Competitors are reminded of the rule 1.2.1 indicating that drivers and passengers must have the appropriate long sleeved shirts, long pants and socks.
    4) Only people who have signed the track waiver and have a wrist band will be allowed in the paddock area. The paddock area will be separated by yellow caution tape.
    5) Passengers 18 years or older will be allowed during lapping after signing a waiver.
    6) All cars must be classified before registration is complete. You may classify your car online at www.macrocosm.on.ca/ccdb/. Each competitor shall present upon demand, by any race official or fellow competitor, a copy of their car's classification declaration on paper for inspection (including, if applicable, race weight and dyno declarations). Any competitor who is unable to provide such documentation shall be scored in Modified class at the event in question.
    7) All cars are required to display the designated sponsor decals.
    8) Novice competitor cars must display a triangle indicating novice status on the rear of the car. Novice competitors are encouraged to keep their coaching forms with them at all times to facilitate instructor sign-off.
    9) Lunch schedule may be revised at any time. Changes will be announced at the track.
    10) Signalled passing will be according to the OTA rulebook section 2.7. Designated passing Zones are:
    a. Nelson passing zones: between turns 1 and 2, and the front straight; as marked by pylons.
    b. PRO passing zones: Between corners 2 and 3, back straight and front straight; as marked by pylons. Cars making the pass on right side after being signaled by the car being passed.
    11) To discourage competitors from cutting the curbing and dragging debris on to the track, pylons may be placed off the track surface. Competitors who tip or move the pylons will receive a four-wheels-off penalty.
    12) After your competitive run on Sunday (PRO Track), all competitors are asked to leave the track at the Fabi pit entrance.
    13) If a competitor's car spins off the track, they are to stay off the track (or move further off the track to a safe location) and are not to return to the pavement until the end of their run group.
    14) If a car becomes mechanically disabled, the driver should pull off the track to a safe area and not try to make it back to the pits until told to do so.
    15) If a car is off the track in a safe place for whatever reason, the driver is deemed to be no longer competing and passing of this parked car by other competitors is allowed.
    16) The governing regulations for this event are in the 2011 Ontario Time Attack Regulations rulebook.
    17) Additional supplementary regulations may be instituted during the weekend. Such additions or amendments will be clearly stated at the morning drivers' meetings.
    18) Concession stands will be open 8:00am to 2pm. Dinner is provided for competitors on Saturday evening.

  • #2
    Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

    hey guys is it possible to leave my car over night on race track?
    sigpic
    Alex. Time-Attack #133 GT-3
    UMBRELLA CONTRACTING

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    • #3
      Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

      Quite a few people are camping, so you can leave your car where everyone camps, or you can decide to camp and save a few bucks. Usually we have a fire, so you get to meet the other competitors. Bring a camp chair.

      JohnP

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      • #4
        Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

        Originally posted by Budulis View Post
        hey guys is it possible to leave my car over night on race track?
        At = yes.

        On = no!

        OMSC
        Current: 2011 Corvette Z06
        Previous: '06 Z06, '10 Corvette, '93 & '02 Camaro Z28's

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        • #5
          Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

          be careful of the french, when inebriated and in groups, with nothing to burn, they will go after Volkswagen's

          true story

          set tire pressures to winning!

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          • #6
            Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

            Can said camping be done tonight (friday) at the track also?

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            • #7
              Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

              yes, many people come friday night so that they can get a good night sleep.
              set tire pressures to winning!

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              • #8
                Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                Originally posted by thgear View Post
                be careful of the french, when inebriated and in groups, with nothing to burn, they will go after Volkswagen's

                true story

                i notice that
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                Alex. Time-Attack #133 GT-3
                UMBRELLA CONTRACTING

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                • #9
                  Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                  Event three was awesome. Great weather. 53 cars out. Tomorrow, Sunday, should be even better at the PRO track. There's room - show up and register at 8:30 a.m.
                  Lapping all morning and then competition in the afternoon!
                  sigpicFrank - OTA #259 retired. I'm in BC now!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                    awesome event today, thanks to the volunteers for a good time. I Should have been doing this sooner.

                    -Greg, Red mustang.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                      Greg, glad you had a good time. Spread the word. I think Klaus, Pierre and Brad would like some more MCO guys showing up. (Important for the club championship you know ).

                      Hats off to John and Chris for organizing great events. Who would have thought we would get so much lapping AND 4 timed runs on Pro track.

                      Thanks as well to the CRCA marshals. The addition of marshals has really made the day's events run much more efficiently. Now all we need are a few more clerks and some more people for timing to ensure the big improvements in Time-Attack continue.
                      Mobil 1 Time-Attack # 4, CCC Member

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                      • #12
                        Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                        Absolutely wonderful weather. Great organization. This is the new Ontario Time Attack and it is good!
                        In addition to thanking all of the other wonderful volunteers, I want to say a huge thanks to all of the instructors who spent time helping our novices and others who wanted support with learning the line. Well Done!
                        sigpicFrank - OTA #259 retired. I'm in BC now!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                          Thanks to all the organizers and volunteers (and marshals) for a great day. Really enjoying the new format, with lots of practice/setup time, and then a good number of timed runs. Even though it seems like there are never enough competititive sessions, I think three or four is a good balance - its enough that you can throw one away, but few enough that it helps you really focus.
                          Another quality post from Black Dwarf Racing

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                          • #14
                            Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                            Awesome weekend, couldn't ask for better.


                            As a novice the ability to go out with an instructor is the best part of this series to me, so thank you also to all of them!

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                            • #15
                              Re: Events 3, 4 OTA Supp Regs

                              The weather was fantastic. The Lapping and Time Attack competition was great. Everyone got all the track time they could handle.

                              A big Thank You to all the volunteers. First the people who came from Toronto just to help; Andrew the HADA Social Director, who came to organize the BBQ, Paul McFadden for Timing cars, Derrick Cormier for Scrutineering and use of his Safety truck, Bruce Grey who came to Instruct but also ended up Barbequing. Also, thank you to competitors who spend most of the weekend helping; Andrew and Mike Van De Peer for gridding cars both days. Dave Barker for Clerking, Rob Hall for taking care of all the bills, Stewards (Rob Hall, Rick Arbour and Klaus Willroider), Serge Guschin for Registering, Joe Smiley for Scrutineering, Frank Ewald for coordinating Instructors and thanks again to all the instructors. Thanks to Ujjwal and LLoyd for timing, and any one that we may have missed.

                              Chris and JohnP

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