Drivers Briefing - The Adur Christmas Cup
Event Briefing - The Xmas Cup!
|Race Director – Mick Hendy (Circuit) Ricky Slater (Oval)|
Please take 2 minutes to read this briefing, as it will save time at the track so we can keep the pre-racing briefing short and get down to having some fun as soon as possible...
GATES OPEN – 08:00am
PRACTICE OPEN - 09:00am
FIRST HEAT - Approx 11:00am
JUNIOR PRIZE PRESENTATION - 09:15am
PRACTICE CLOSES - 09:40am
PRE RACE BRIEFING – 09:45am
FIRST HEAT: 10:00am
TIME BETWEEN HEATS – 4 minutes
TIME BETWEEN ROUNDS – 11 minutes
The race director may change these timings depending on turnout and will communicate any changes to you.
3 Qualifying Heats
The raffle draw will be at 1pm, tickets will be available to buy prior to the draw, please ask at race control for tickets.
CATERING ON SITE
There will be on-site catering from 08:30am to 2:00pm approx.
Please do NOT park directly behind the Oval rostrum as a large gazebo is being erected for pitting.
There will be undercover pitting directly behind the Oval rostrum, and limited underover space for Circuit next to race control on a first come first served basis. You can also pit in the car park area as normal.
!NEW! WINNERS BANNER
We have new winners backdrop banner for taking photos of winners from the days racing. Feel free to use it as a backdrop for your own social media photos and memories too. Keep an eye out for it at the Shoreham and Steyning tracks.
Please note during winter our toilet facilties are not available.
A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMITTEE
Thank you for supporting our annual Christmas Cup event! We hope you have an enjoyble day, and please donate as much as you can by buying more raffle tickets for our prize Draw!
RACE DIRECTORS NOTES - ROAD CIRCUIT
We have extended time between each heat from 3 minutes to 4 minutes. This is so that marshals can be in position at least ONE MINUTE before start, so the track can be safely open so people get to put a practice lap in to the start line. Please help ech other by being at your mashal points in good time.
You should only be driving a car on the course from the rostrum. No transmitters should be taken onto the track for you to drive with your car. This is a BRCA rule, and we try to be relaxed, but please consider the risk of injury walking around the track not paying attention to your surroundings!
We are following the latest guidelines from the BRCA based on recent updates. Masks are not mandatory but do feel welcome to wear one if you wish. Please be considerate of others and their wishes when moving around the track and pits.