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NOLA June Cross-Over Track Event
June 5, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
One event on June 6, 2021 at 5:00 pm
Our June Cross-Over event will bring a new configuration to NOLA. The 2.73 mile configuration with the “Bus Stop”.
Registration is open. Do not wait until the last minute to register as entry fees will increase by $50 ten days prior to the event. Online registration will close at midnight on Thursday, June 3rd. Please feel free to call or email John Crosby if you have any questions
NASA NOLA Regional Director
[email protected] | 504-909-2767
Load in on Thursday before 7 pm and all day on Friday. Tech will be open on Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm.
Camping – You may reserve an RV space (30’x90′) which has 50-amp power. Sites on the south side of the paddock also have water service. $45 per night. The system may try to charge extra for water and electricity. If so, set those line items to 0 and you will be charged only $45 per night. https://www.nolamotor.com/rentals
HPDE & TT INFORMATION
Mid South HPDE drivers – The Mid South Team will tech your car for free at the track if you do not have your car pre-teched. Email Shawn at [email protected] to schedule that. If you do not go through us, NOLA may charge $50 to perform a tech inspection at the track.
HPDE1: If you’ve never been on track before sign up for HPDE1. If this group is full and you have not previously been signed off to run in a solo NASA group, please do not register to run in a higher HPDE group – you will not be allowed to run in a solo group.
HPDE2&3: For drivers that have been signed off to drive on their own. Normal passing rules apply.
HPDE4: Only advanced drivers with open passing skills are permitted in HPDE4.
Time Trials: TT is open passing. You must possess a NASA TT license to be in this class.
HPDE instructors: Sign up under Instructor. Instructors can run in TT or HPDE-4. If you are instructing but not driving, choose “Instructor” as your class.
Race & TT Cars with Annual Tech Stickers are not required to go through tech at each event.
Racers must wear a head and neck restraint devices bearing an SFI 38.1 certification. Racer’s fire drill will be mandatory once per calendar year. Driver must be in the car, with the engine running, in full gear, and be able to exit the car within 10 seconds. Chris Carver will be Race Director. Contact Chris with any questions. [email protected]