June 2012

The July 22nd event is being changed from Open Drift to an invite only event for tandem cars on the 3/8's and 5/8's. In order to run in this event your car must meet the tandem rules that apply.

Also the Aug 12th Date is NO LONGER a Drift School..it is now an Open Drift

All FD pros wishing to stick around for a day and run with us at this event are invited to do so along with all Pro Am competitors. 3/8's tandem compliant cars will be contacted. If your car is 3/8's tandem compliant and you wish to run please contact Kelly Hale at kelly@evergreenspeedway.com

The cost for this event will be $70 to drive

Spectators $10 at Front Gate only NO PIT ACCESS FOR THIS EVENT (DRIVERS AND CREW ONLY IN PITS LIMIT 5 CREW MEMBERS)

This will be a non competition day and is just a day to hang out, drift and be awesome

NO RIDE ALONGS WILL BE ALLOWED ON THIS DAY

TIMES AND ADDITIONAL INFO TBA

3/8's tandem requirements

  1. A conforming roll cage is required to participate in tandem runs.
  2. Forward braces and portions of the main hoop subject to contact by the occupant’s helmet (as seated normally and restrained by seatbelt/shoulder harness) should be padded. At minimum the horizontal bar running parallel across the top of the window from the main hoop to the A pillar must be padded to pass tech. Depending on seating position this could include the occupant facing side of the main hoop located above above the horizontal plane of the harness bar and tubing within three feet (3') of the occupant's helmet. Padding must be made of material intended for motorsorts use with a minimum thickness of one-half (1/2). Padding conforming to SFI spec 45.1 is recommended.
  3. Evergreen Drift reserves the right to not approve a roll cage based on safety concerns. Cages should be built to Formula Drift specs first but SCCA, NASA, FIA, and other wheel to wheel road racing approved cages are acceptable. It is the drivers responsibility to provide the rules proving conformity to any standard other than Formula Drift.
  4. A minimum 4 point roll bar with a single door bars that extend from the main hoop and terminates at the base of the A pillar on both the driver and passenger side is required. Four point cages with a single door bar must retain the factory doors with unmodified side impact protection for both the driver and passenger side. 6 point cages with door bars meeting Formula Drift ProAm rules specification may modify the factory side impact door beams and use aftermarket doors.
  5. 4 Point cages are recommended for vehicles that are still street driven. Formula Drift spec 6 point cages offer additional protection for track only cars that will always be used with a helmet.

5/8's requirements

http://evergreendrift.com/rules/evergreen-drift-proam-championship

Monroe, Wa. – June 7th 2012 – Evergreen Drift Round 3: Terminal Velocity is rapidly approaching and competition has never been closer. Rain poured down for Round 2 with Mitch Johnson getting the best of the weather to claim the top step of the podium. Rain or shine all sights will be set on Mitch for round 3. Nik Jiminez’s two podium finishes keep him on top of the ProAM standings through two fierce rounds of competition.

Grassroots competition is as strong as it has ever been, once again maxing out the entry list for the 2012 season. Chris Goldie-Wells was able to expertly tip-toe around the moist bank all day long landing him on the top step on the podium for Round 2. Marc Andre-Tatto’s second place podium keeps him in the points lead by a margin of 19 over Chris Goldie-Wells.

Once again Round 3 is shaping up to be a vicious battle as Grassroots is packed with 40 entrants and ProAM filling up rapidly with over 18 registered cars. Round 3: Terminal Velocity looks to be shaping up as the best competition of the year.

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