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.
(This is a full 24-hour race with no breaks!)
All rookies must watch the Virtual Rookie Meeting.
Thursday, 13 June 2024
3:30pm: Gates open for Lemons sign-in
10pm: Gate registration close (no armband, no entry)
Friday, 14 June 2024
7am: Gate registration open
TBA: Optional Friday Test Day. As the race approaches, Friday Test Day details will be shared here and by email.
1pm - 6pm: BS & Tech. Teams are assigned specific tech times. That’s your time. No changes. You’ll be emailed a link to the tech-time assignments a few days before the event.
7pm-8pm: Mandatory Light Tech (no assigned times, just come within the hour)
9pm: Gate registration close (no armband, no entry)
Saturday, 15 June 2024
7am: Gate registration open
9am-10am: Track walk (no motorized vehicles)
11am: Mandatory drivers meeting
11:30am: Grid time--show up soon!
Noon: Race start
7pm: Gate registration close (no armband, no entry)
Sunday, 16 June 2024
7am: Gate registration open
Noon: Checkered flag
12:30pm: Award ceremony
6pm: Paddock cleared for tomorrow's DIA/Iluminati Members Track Day
-All car numbers must be illuminated.
-Other identifying / unique lighting is encouraged.
-On level ground from 25 feet away, forward-facing lights must have a hard cutoff at 40" or less above ground. This requirement will be tested onsite.
-A 40" cutoff is extremely hard to achieve with lightbars. We strongly recommend individually lensed lighting instead.
-No forward-facing light may be higher than the car’s OE headlights (as delivered new).
-Use only enough lighting to see clearly! Overly bright / dazzling lighting is hard on other drivers and will get you black-flagged.
-Reports of atypically dazzling lights should be taken directly to race control in the tower. Community policing is strongly encouraged!
-This is a night race on an unlit track. Each team must provide its own illumination. The hot pits/fueling area is lit and there is also lighting in the carports. The rest of the paddock is unlit.
-During daylight hours, forward lights may be removed.
-Lights, mounts, switches, wiring, etc. DO NOT count towards the $500 total.
-From dusk to dawn, all cars must have at least two working headlights, one working taillight, one working brake light, and all numbers illuminated.
•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
CARPORTS: 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: Consult track website for specific rules
TRASH: Normal trash only in trash cans. Anything bigger than a brake rotor will incur fines--if it doesn't fit easily in the yellow can, take it with you.