All-access / all-weekend spectator pass is $30 (click here); spectator pass covers race days and pre-race test & inspection day. Spectators have full paddock access but DO NOT have hot-pit access. Spectators are not allowed to touch a race car—anyone wrenching, fueling, etc. needs to register on a team as a crew member. Barber-only rule: People 19 and under are not allowed in the paddock unless accompanied at gate check-in by a 20+ adult.
SPECIAL NOTE: CODE 35
Barber may use a "Code 35" procedure for some on-track rescues and tows. When the Code 35 flag is shown, all cars must slow to 35mph. Think full-course yellow with a speed limit. The flag and details will be covered in the drivers' meeting.
All rookies must watch the Virtual Rookie Meeting.
Thursday, 1 Feb 2024
5:30pm-9pm: Early paddock access for pre-registered testing teams ONLY. (This is a Barber track rule - testing info below)
10pm: Gate registristration for pre-registered test day teams close. (no armband, no entry)
Friday, 2 Feb 2024
6:30am-9am: Gate registration open for testing teams only
8 am-5pm: Optional Friday Test Day. Fill out this form to preregister for the optional Barber-hosted test day. You must preregister before 1/31. For questions about the test day, contact Chris at Barber: firstname.lastname@example.org.
9am: Gates open for non-testing teams
11am-5pm: BS & Tech at the track. Teams are assigned specific tech times. That’s your time. No changes. Tech times can be found here.
11am-5pm: Gear tech
9pm: Gate registration close (no armband, no entry)
Saturday, 3 Feb 2024
7am: Gate registration open
9am: Mandatory drivers meeting
9:30am: Grid time--show up soon!
10am-5pm: Race session I
1-2pm: Optional free skin cancer screening in the race control building
8pm: Gate registration close (no armband, no entry)
Sunday, 4 Feb 2024
7am: Gate registration open
9am-10:55am: Race session II
11am-noon: Quiet hour
11am-noon: Optional free skin cancer screening in the race control building
11:45: Optional push cars to grid (still no race motors)
Noon-5pm: Race session III
5:30pm: Awards ceremony
7pm: Porsche execs in Pilotis arrive--you'd better already be gone
•Parking is first-come first-served unless reserved parking is specifically mentioned by Lemons or offered by the track.
•Every team entry (ie, one racecar) gets 20x40' in the main paddock. Anything that doesn't fit in that box must be moved to spectator/overflow parking (shown on the paddock map).
•Race control is off-limits to participants and spectators.
PARTICIPANT ARRIVAL / CHECK-IN / TECH
•All participants must be pre-registered.
•Check the Paddock Map to see where stuff's located.
•Check the Event Schedule to know when stuff happens.
•GO TO DRIVER-GEAR TECH (near HQ or Tech) ANYTIME during Tech hours. (PUT ON AND WEAR your full safety gear, including the head/neck restraint--don't make us dig through some sweaty-ass gear bag)
•GO TO DRIVERS-LICENSE CHECK (at HQ) ANYTIME during Tech hours. Show your valid, current, unrestricted street license to receive the required Lemons Driver wristband. (Legit hard cards only--insurance requires us not to accept photos or copies.)
•GO TO CAR TECH AT YOUR ASSIGNED TECH TIME. Bring your car and COMPLETED tech sheet; assigned Tech times are linked from the Event Schedule one week before the event.
•Fueling only in hot pits (or track's permanent pumps where provided).
•No fueling in paddock during the race.
•Everyone in fueling area must be in full safety gear.
•Registered drivers & crew only in fueling area--no spectators.
•No staging: Bring your supplies, fuel up, then take everything away again.
•No assigned or saved hot-pit spots.
•Don't park support vehicles near the fuel area.
•Kill switch off; no one in car; drip pan; dedicated extinguisher person are all mandatory while fueling.
•Only fueling, driver change, windshield cleaning, and cool-suit ice changes allowed in the hot pit. For everything else (tire pressure, fluid checks, engine swaps) go to the paddock.
•If using track pumps, no one can be in the car and kill switch must be off.
•If using track pumps, full gear recommended but not required.
•Using the track pumps means using the track pumps--your own fuel or jugs aren't allowed there.
PADDOCK SPACE IS LIMITED: Every team entry (ie, one racecar) gets 20x40' in the main paddock. Anything that doesn't fit in that box must be moved to spectator/overflow parking (shown on the paddock map)
OVERNIGHT CAMPING: One camping fee (paid in the team's online reg) covers overnight dry camping for all team members
ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS: Reservations handled by track. Visit track website for reservation/contact links
FUEL SOLD ON-SITE: Yes
PADDOCK SPEED LIMIT: 10 mph
NO FIREARMS OR FIREWORKS
NO DRONES ALLOWED
NO STAND-UP SCOOTERS
PADDOCK VEHICLES MUST BE LIT AT NIGHT
ADDITIONAL TRACK-SPECIFIC RULES
GRILLS/FIRES: Propane grills only.
YOUTH POLICY: People 19 and under are not allowed in the paddock unless accompanied at gate check-in by a 20+ adult (track rule).
PET POLICY: Dogs and service animals are the only animals permitted in Barber Motorsports Park.
• Owners are responsible for ensuring dogs are in sight and leashed/ harnessed at all times.
• Owners are required to provide their own waste clean-up supplies and responsible for immediately cleaning any
waste left by their dog.
• Owners are not permitted to tie up dogs and leave them alone.
• Service animals are allowed inside buildings.
• Non-service animals are not allowed inside (or on) buildings or bathrooms.
• Owners are required to muzzle or remove dogs with incessant barking.
• Any dogs showing unfriendly, violent, or overly protective behaviors are required to leave the premises.
SPECIAL PADDOCK VEHICLE RULES: No motorized vehicles allowed from 1 hour after checker to sunrise. Paddock vehicles may be used in paddock ONLY--they are not allowed on any access or perimeter roads.