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Sep 11-Sep 12, 2021 | High Plains Raceway, Deer Trail CO

High Plains Drifter 2021 (Full 24 Hrs)

Entry Deadline: August 28, 2021

Schedule

SPECTATORS
All-access spectator passes can be purchased for $30 at the gate. Kids under 16 are free. If you will be touching a race car, you must be preregistered on a team as driver or crew. Please review the Covid rules below. 

SCHEDULE
This is a full 24-hour race with no breaks.

Thursday, 9 September 2021
4pm: Gates Open

Friday, 10 September 2021
7am: Gates Open
Noon - 5pm: BS & Tech at the track. Teams are assigned specific tech times. That's your time: No changes. The tech schedule is here: TBA (we'll post the times here the week before the race)
TBA: Track testing hosted by HPR
 
Saturday, 11 September 2021
7am: Gates Open
11am: Mandatory Drivers' Meeting
11:30am: Grid time--show up soon!
12pm: Race start
 
Sunday, 12 September 2021
12pm: Checkered flag
12:30pm: Awards
6pm: Gates close

LIGHTING
•This is a night race on an unlit track. Each team must provide its own illumination.
•While good-quality, properly aimed OE headlights are generally up to this task, aftermarket lights are legal. DON'T OVERTHINK IT: A small number of high-quality, properly mounted, correctly aimed headlights or driving lights is much more effective than a large number of crappy add-ons. Trophy-truck-style unfocused LED floodlight bars are really likely to get you black flagged. 
•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, and one working brake light. Multifilament tail/brake lights are acceptable.
•The center of all lights must be no higher than 6" above the hoodline; roof-mounted lights not allowed.
•There is no limit on number of lights. However, lights must not be unduly dazzling or distracting to others.
•If we deem your lights overly dazzling, too dim, badly aimed, or problematic in any other way, you can be black-flagged. Don't screw around.

COVID RULES
•At this time, we will be enforcing the following. If there are changes, they will be posted here first. 
•Maintain six feet of social distance from anyone not on your team
•Face covers required outside your own paddock space.
•Face covers required when non-teammates enter your paddock space.
•Stay home if you have symptoms
•Tell Lemons officials immediately if you have symptoms on site  

PARKING/PADDOCK/FACILITIES
•Keep 10' of space (the width of a city bus) between paddock spots. 
•Please don't bring extra vehicles--we can't waste the paddock space!
•The timing tower is off limits--please keep out. 

REGISTRATION
•All Drivers and Crew must check in at the gate, sign the Lemons waiver, and get a Participant wristband before entering.
•Spectators--review the spectator info above.
•Drivers must check in separately with a valid street license at Lemons HQ in the paddock to get a Driver wristband (Crew members only need the Participant wristband obtained at the gate).
•Drivers can get their wristbands anytime--you don't have to wait for your team's tech time. HQ will be open during tech and race hours.

BS/CAR TECH
•Your team's BS/Car Tech time will be assigned. Check the schedule above for your team's time.
•Complete your tech sheet BEFORE coming to BS/Car Tech.
•Once you have completed BS/Car Tech, turn in your completed tech sheet to Lemons HQ and you will get your team packet.

GEAR TECH
Wear your full safety gear, including head-and-neck restraint, to gear tech. Helmet can be off, so be masked.
•Gear Tech takes place dudring regular tech hours. If you miss it, just go the Penalty Box for a onesy-twosy inspection.
•Drivers can get their gear teched anytime--you don't have to wait for your team's tech time. Check the schedule above for Gear Tech times.

FUELING
•Fueling will be in the hot pits (and track pumps). No fueling in your paddock space during the race.
•Everyone in the fueling area must be in full safety gear.
•Everyone in the fueling area must be a registered driver or crew member--no spectators.
•Bring your supplies up, fuel the car, and take it all away. No staging of fuel or gear.
•There are no assigned hot-pit spots.
•Don't park support vehicles near the fuel area.
•Kill switch off; no one in car; drip pan in place; and a 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.
•Full gear is not required at track pumps, but no one can be in the car and the kill switch must be off. 

YOKOHAMA TIRES
•Don't forget to check in at tech if you are running Yokohama tires on your race car. Once you check in, you'll be entered in the Road Mangler LM cup, which gives you a chance to win a free set of Yokos. 
•If you want to run Yokohamas but don't know what'll work for Lemons, they've set up a handy page with a couple of the most popular choices. 
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SPECTATORS
All-access spectator passes can be purchased for $30 at the gate. Kids under 16 are free. If you will be touching a race car, you must be preregistered on a team as driver or crew. Please review the Covid rules below. 

SCHEDULE
This is a full 24-hour race with no breaks.

Thursday, 9 September 2021
4pm: Gates Open

Friday, 10 September 2021
7am: Gates Open
Noon - 5pm: BS & Tech at the track. Teams are assigned specific tech times. That's your time: No changes. The tech schedule is here: TBA (we'll post the times here the week before the race)
TBA: Track testing hosted by HPR
 
Saturday, 11 September 2021
7am: Gates Open
11am: Mandatory Drivers' Meeting
11:30am: Grid time--show up soon!
12pm: Race start
 
Sunday, 12 September 2021
12pm: Checkered flag
12:30pm: Awards
6pm: Gates close

LIGHTING
•This is a night race on an unlit track. Each team must provide its own illumination.
•While good-quality, properly aimed OE headlights are generally up to this task, aftermarket lights are legal. DON'T OVERTHINK IT: A small number of high-quality, properly mounted, correctly aimed headlights or driving lights is much more effective than a large number of crappy add-ons. Trophy-truck-style unfocused LED floodlight bars are really likely to get you black flagged. 
•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, and one working brake light. Multifilament tail/brake lights are acceptable.
•The center of all lights must be no higher than 6" above the hoodline; roof-mounted lights not allowed.
•There is no limit on number of lights. However, lights must not be unduly dazzling or distracting to others.
•If we deem your lights overly dazzling, too dim, badly aimed, or problematic in any other way, you can be black-flagged. Don't screw around.

COVID RULES
•At this time, we will be enforcing the following. If there are changes, they will be posted here first. 
•Maintain six feet of social distance from anyone not on your team
•Face covers required outside your own paddock space.
•Face covers required when non-teammates enter your paddock space.
•Stay home if you have symptoms
•Tell Lemons officials immediately if you have symptoms on site  

PARKING/PADDOCK/FACILITIES
•Keep 10' of space (the width of a city bus) between paddock spots. 
•Please don't bring extra vehicles--we can't waste the paddock space!
•The timing tower is off limits--please keep out. 

REGISTRATION
•All Drivers and Crew must check in at the gate, sign the Lemons waiver, and get a Participant wristband before entering.
•Spectators--review the spectator info above.
•Drivers must check in separately with a valid street license at Lemons HQ in the paddock to get a Driver wristband (Crew members only need the Participant wristband obtained at the gate).
•Drivers can get their wristbands anytime--you don't have to wait for your team's tech time. HQ will be open during tech and race hours.

BS/CAR TECH
•Your team's BS/Car Tech time will be assigned. Check the schedule above for your team's time.
•Complete your tech sheet BEFORE coming to BS/Car Tech.
•Once you have completed BS/Car Tech, turn in your completed tech sheet to Lemons HQ and you will get your team packet.

GEAR TECH
Wear your full safety gear, including head-and-neck restraint, to gear tech. Helmet can be off, so be masked.
•Gear Tech takes place dudring regular tech hours. If you miss it, just go the Penalty Box for a onesy-twosy inspection.
•Drivers can get their gear teched anytime--you don't have to wait for your team's tech time. Check the schedule above for Gear Tech times.

FUELING
•Fueling will be in the hot pits (and track pumps). No fueling in your paddock space during the race.
•Everyone in the fueling area must be in full safety gear.
•Everyone in the fueling area must be a registered driver or crew member--no spectators.
•Bring your supplies up, fuel the car, and take it all away. No staging of fuel or gear.
•There are no assigned hot-pit spots.
•Don't park support vehicles near the fuel area.
•Kill switch off; no one in car; drip pan in place; and a 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.
•Full gear is not required at track pumps, but no one can be in the car and the kill switch must be off. 

YOKOHAMA TIRES
•Don't forget to check in at tech if you are running Yokohama tires on your race car. Once you check in, you'll be entered in the Road Mangler LM cup, which gives you a chance to win a free set of Yokos. 
•If you want to run Yokohamas but don't know what'll work for Lemons, they've set up a handy page with a couple of the most popular choices. 
High Plains Raceway, Deer Trail CO

Spectator Tickets

Spectators will be allowed starting with the race at Sebring on May 8-9. Please check the schedule to the left for more info.

The Track


Pits and Paddock

Camping: Yes
Electrical Hookups: Rent from HPR directly, 303.769.4771
Bathrooms, Showers, Running Water: TBA
Fuel Sold at the Track: 91 oct min
No skateboards, hoverboards, or razor-type scooters
PADDOCK SPEED LIMIT IS 10MPH ALWAYS
NO FIREARMS OR FIREWORKS
NO DRONES ALLOWED

Paddock Map