Entrant Information & Guidelines
SVRA is holding a Driver’s School this year in conjunction with our first National Race, The Bob Williams Heritage Cup. Friday night-Sunday, the event venue is being shared with SCCA who will be conducting a Driver School. Interaction between groups is encouraged. Here is some information you may need to make your weekend more enjoyable. Please review the details, and print out the Map for your use.
The National event is open to competitors that hold current competition licenses or driving privileges from VMC recognized vintage racing organization. Novice Permit holders or Temporary Licenses are acceptable for entry into the Driver School. Make sure you have your Licenses, I.D. and any other documents that you need to submit with you when you go to Registration. If you forget or misplaced your documents, it is the participant’s responsibility to contact their home organization for proper documentation if needed. If you have questions, contact Alex Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) SVRA National Licensing Director.
SVRA Rules Compliance for Car Type, Group and Class:
It is the responsibility of the entrant to understand and comply with all of the relevant rules of SVRA. It is especially important to be familiar with SVRA’s Tire rules, Head and Neck requirements, and Fuel Cell requirements. You can review all of the SVRA rules and requirements, the Competition Bulletins and Technical Bulletins on our website at svra.com. Please confirm that you have a current Race Car Compliance Form (RCCF) and an Engine Certification Form on file with SVRA for every car entered. Contact Rick Parent, SVRA Technical Director with car compliance issues that need to be addressed, prior to the event at (email@example.com).
Head and Neck Restraints:
Mandatory for this event and all SVRA events. These systems must meet SFI 38.1 Standards. Other devices have also been approved. Please review Competition Bulletin CB2013-009 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drivers can get rental transponders at Trackside Tim’s (black trailer next to the concession stand) for $50 for the weekend.
Maps and Views for the Event:
Track is 2.02 miles with 9 turns. Please click on map to review:
This schedule is a working model and may change. The order of Run Groups and scheduled times will be updated as needed. SVRA reserves the right to change/modify this schedule without notice but will make every effort to firm up the schedule as soon as possible.
Located at the entrance to the track. Load-In: participants and crews will be able to stage vehicles across from Registration, go register and then enter the track for Load-In
Haulers will be parked at the discretion of the Paddock Marshalls. and have total authority over this process.
Note: SVRA will be sharing the paddock with SCCA Driver School participants. There is plenty of space to accommodate both groups and paddock locations will be determined as you load-in.
It is planned that Initial Load-In will begin on Thursday, February 16th at 2:00pm and run until 6:00pm. Please proceed to Registration first for Credentials. Registration and load-in on Friday will be from 7am-5pm.
RV and Toter Parking:
OVER-NIGHT CAMPING IS ALLOWED in your hauler/tow vehicle in the PADDOCK.. If you have a separate RV, Bus or Toter that is not your Hauler/Tow vehicle, you are allowed to park in any paddock.
RV Pad Rental with Hook-ups (30 or 50 amp service – $25/day, 110v -$10/day), are available through Roebling Road. 110 electrical hookups for non-campers is $10/day. Any questions or to reserve, please contact:
Jack Abbott – email@example.com – 912-748-4205
Water hookups are limited. No dump station on Property
Camping permitted for $10/day. Camp fires of any type are not permitted. Men’s and Women’s showers are located at Turn 5 and behind the concession stand.
Sunday Night Stay: Rigs and Haulers may stay overnight Sunday night, February 19th in the Overflow Parking area outside the track.
Sunoco, the official racing fuel of SVRA is available on site with 93 and 98 octane unleaded and 110 leaded available. Credit card only. See map for location.
Waste Handling & Disposal:
Three waste fluid stations with disposal containers for oil, antifreeze, brake fluid and fuel are available near the fuel stations
Roebling Road requires sound levels to be under 104 db. This is new to SVRA and will be monitored throughout the event. The sound meter is located on driver’s left just past the start/finish line. Two readings over this level will result in your car being flagged off the course. You will be allowed to fix the problem causing the car to be over the reading and re-enter.
If you are concerned about your car exceeding this limit, these tips may help:
– Point your exhaust/muffler toward driver’s right
– Let off the gas as you go by the sound station
– Go by the sound station with other car/s
Sound readings will be posted on the bulletin board by paddock entry.
Local ordinance prohibits the running of race engines between 8 PM and 8 AM and from 11 AM to 12 Noon on Sunday. ($100 FINE for non –compliance.)
Will be displayed at Start/Finish and/or Turn 6.
Each competitor must have a fire bottle displayed in their paddock area with a minimum rating of 10ABC. This is a Georgia State Law.
Pets are allowed, but they must be on a leash at all times and owners must pick up after them.
Located on the left side of the tech shed.
Will be held above the Concession Stand. Dinner and brief program will held starting at 5:30 for SVRA and SCCA Participants.
Can be sent to:
Roebling Road Raceway
c/o (Team name)
1135 Roebling Road
Bloomingdale, GA 31302