All-access / all-weekend spectator pass is $30 at the gate; spectator pass covers race days and pre-race test & inspection day.
For this event, Barber is implementing its own rule called Code 35 for certain on-track rescue operations. If the fire-rescue truck is deployed, they will display a special Code 35 flag, and all cars on track must reduce speed to 35mph. It's essentially a full-course yellow with a speed limit. This is only for more serious incidents like crashes, fires, etc.--flat-tows for crapped out cars will be covered with local yellow flags like normal. We'll revisit this at the drivers' meeting on site, but we just wanted to give you the heads up.
All rookies must watch the Virtual Rookie Meeting.
Thursday, 3 Feb 2022
4pm-9pm: Early paddock access for pre-registered testing teams ONLY (This is a Barber track rule.)
Friday, 4 Feb 2022
6:30am-9am: Gates open for testing teams only
9am: Gates open for non testing teams
8am-5pm: Optional Friday track testing
noon-5pm: BS & Tech at the track. Teams are assigned specific tech times. That's your time: No changes. The tech schedule is HERE; open it now and print it out so you don't miss your tech time!
Noon-5pm: Gear tech
9pm: Gate close (no armband, no entry)
Saturday, 5 Feb 2022
7am: Gates open
8am: Mandatory drivers meeting
9am: Grid time--show up soon!
9:30am-5pm: Race session I
12pm-1pm: Free Dermatology screening 2nd floor
8pm: Gate close (no armband, no entry)
Sunday, 6 Feb 2022
7am: Gate registration open
9am-10:55am: Race session II
11am-noon: Quiet hour + Free Dermatology screening 2nd floor
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
•Maintain social distance
•Follow all regional health guidelines and directives
•Stay home if you have symptoms
•Contact Lemons or track officials immediately if you develop symptoms onsite
•All participants must be pre-registered.
•You must sign Lemons waiver before entering.
•Drivers must show a valid, current, unrestricted street license.
•Except for reserved garages where offered, all parking is first-come first-served.
•Every team entry (ie, one racecar) gets 20x40 of paddock--keep it contained!
•Please don't bring extraneous crap into the paddock--park it remote.
•The timing tower is off limits; no civvy access.
•Your team's BS/Car Tech time will be assigned. A couple days before the race, assigned tech times will be linked from the schedule above.
•Complete your tech sheet BEFORE coming to tech.
•Gear Tech is first-come first-served; show up whenever you like.
•Gear Tech locations vary--just look for the station near Tech or HQ.
•If needed, we can check stragglers during the race onesy-twosey. You might have to wait a bit, though.
•Wear your full safety gear, including head-and-neck restraint, to Gear Tech. (Helmet can be off.)
•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.
•Tell your BS judge if you're on Yokohamas--a set of new tires gets awarded to one Yokohama-shod car at each race!
•Want to run Yokohamas? See their handy guide to Lemons-ready tires.