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      Emails have been sent to all current CCWS Members with a link to BOD nominations. Please check your email.   You will need to ask the person you're nominating for their current 2017 CCWS Member Number. Keep in mind that we will contact each nominee to make sure they are OK with being a candidate. You can't nominate yourself either (sorry). All nominations are due by November 3, 2017. To keep from having 574 different nominees, a nominee must be named by at least five members to qualify. We will compile all the nominations and put the top ten nominees on the November 10, 2017, ballot. Elections are over on December 10, 2017. We will announce the winners on December 13, 2017, and the two winners will take office January 1, 2018. How to get your current CCWS member number. Log into the CCWS event registration system. Your member number will be next to your name on the welcome screen. https://www.chumpcar.com/register/login.php Mike Chisek
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Official Sebring Fall 2017

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The RVA Graphics ChumpCar World Series Presents “The Sebring 14” Sebring International Raceway (Sebring, FL)

September 23rd, 2017

 

“Sebring” Friday Schedule:

12:00pm Tech begins outside gates

5:00pm Gates Open

5:00pm Registration begins

6:00pm Novice school

8:00pm Tech & Registration ends

 

“Sebring” Saturday Schedule:

6:00am Gates Open

8:00am Drivers meeting

8:50am Cars to grid

9:00am Green Flag/Start Endurance Race

11:00pm Checker Flag

11:05pm Post Race Inspection

11:35pm Awards Ceremony

 

“Sebring” Sunday Schedule:

No on track activity

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Sebring Supplemental Rules:

Download and read the CCWS BCCR: http://chumpcar.com/rules.php

Reading the rules is required by all CCWS drivers, crew and car builders.

 

Pit, Paddock and Garage Supplemental Rules:

 SRPP1 – Pit lane spaces will be assigned.

 SRPP2 – No crew members are allowed over the wall until the team car has come to a complete stop in the pit box.

 SRPP3 – The Hot Pit Lane will be the exclusive fueling area. Fueling of race cars shall be completed by use of 5-gallon plastic jugs and funnels, hoses or other fueling adapters as specified in the ChumpCar BCR. Jugs must have sealable lids/caps. Metal fuel drums or other fuel containers and caddies with manual pumps (no electric pumps) and hose lines are allowed to re-fill plastic jugs but are not allowed for re-fueling race cars. All fuel storage must be maintained on the “cold” side of the pit wall or kept within your transporter.

 SRPP4 – All teams shall have one (1) fully-charged 10LB ABC fire extinguisher in their pit area.All teams shall have one (1) 10LB bag of kitty litter or other reasonable absorbent for oil leaks and/or fuel spillage in their pit area. Having a broom handy is also be advisable.

 SRPP5 –Drivers may remain in the car during fueling and driver changes may also be completed. All engines and electrical kill switches must be off during fueling. NO WORK ON ANY CAR SHALL BE COMPLETED DURING REFUELING.

 SRPP6 – All work and/or repairs that can be made to your race cars in under thirty (30) minutes may be executed in the Pit Lane; all repairs requiring more than 30 minutes time must be completed in the Garage Area. A penalty of 1 lap for every five (5) minutes of work in the pit lane that exceeds 30 minutes shall be levied.

 SRPP7 – All team members over the wall during fueling must wear a Nomex driver’s suit, gloves and full-face helmet.

 SRPP8 – Electric, propane or kerosene heaters within the “cold” side of the pit wall are allowed provided all heating elements or flame sources are directed away from any flammable material and are kept a minimum of 20’ from any fuel storage. No open flame stoves or BBQs are allowed in the cold pits.

 SRPP9 – All cars, used or junk parts too big for a normal trash can, empty fuel drums and anything else you brought with you must be taken out with you. If you leave it behind, we’ll track you down… and it won’t be pretty.

 

Lighting: The pit lane has very limited lighting and minimal pit/paddock area lighting. Be advised that ambient lighting may not be sufficient for fueling or mechanical repairs. Therefore, teams are advised to consider alternate power and lighting sources. The use of EZ-ups on the “cold” side of the pit wall are also recommended for keeping out weather and hanging all lighting fixtures.

 

Electrical Hookups in Pit / Paddock: Limited electrical connectors in the paddock. There are electrical connectors along pit wall and the garages.

 

Pit Passes: Teams are advised that all team members, family, and guests who desire Pit Lane access MUST purchase a Pit Pass through ChumpCar at the track. ChumpCar members can obtain a free pit pass by showing their membership card.

 

Pets: They are welcome on property, but must be kept on a leash.

 

Children: No children 18 or under on pit road.

 

Camping: Self-contained RV camping is allowed Friday & Saturday night.

 

Barbecues: BBQ’s are allowed in the camping area only, provided all BBQ’s are supervised at all times, a fire extinguisher is within 15’ of the open flame, and all open flames are (at a minimum) 20’ from all race cars, fuel storage or other flammable sources.

 

Camping / Camper Hookups: None.  There are electric connectors for trailers. 

 

Bathrooms / Showers: Bathrooms.

 

Gate: 24-hour gate coverage.

 

Concessions: Open Saturday.

 

Fuel on site: None.

Weather: We’re racing, regardless of the weather. Expect rain. Lots of rain. Like, a lot. 

 

Event Hotel:

Sebring

Chateau Elan

150 Midway Dr, Sebring, FL 33870

 

Auto Parts Stores:

Other Event Relevant Information:

 
 
Want to help ChumpCar by volunteering? https://chumpcar.com/volunteer.php
 
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Entries for The Sebring 14

 

    Team Name Car # Year Make Model
1.   4 Paws Racing 441 1993 honda prelude
2.   Andy Turner Motorsports 229 1989 BMW 325i
3.   Angry Racoons 55 1979 Chevrolet Camaro
4.   Aquafi Racing 842 1992 BMW 325is
5.   BackWoods Racing 77 1995 Ford Mustang
6.   Beachbimmerz 213 325 1987 bmw
7.   Bucket List Racing 747 1989 BMW 325i
8.   Buddy Hendricks Motorsports 725 1985 Mazda RX7
9.   Cage Gage Camaro 386 1995 Chevy Camaro
10.   Clear Motorwerx 491 1989 Nissan 240sx
11.   CMD 1 648 1996 Acura Integra
12.   Cone Crushers 917 1986 Porsche 944
13.   E Racing 890 1986 bmw 325
14.   E.P.I.C. 24 RACING 324 1988 BMW 535i Sport Ute
15.   Everything Incredible Racing 407 1991 Nissan 300ZX
16.   Falkenstein 64 1984 Porsche 944
17.   Family Tradition Racing 570 1988 BMW M6
18.   Fat Crack Racing 969 1994 Honda Accord
19.   Flailing Miata 837 1996 Mazda Miata
20.   Floridiot Motorsports 51 1985 Porsche 944
21.   Flying Tigers 40 1994 Mazda Miata
22.   Grassroots Motorsports 920 1996 Mazda Miata
23.   Has-Mat Motor Sports 727 1966 FORD MUSTANG
24.   Hit N Run Racing 679 1996 Acura Interga
25.   HUBCITYSPEED 995 1996 Mazda Miata
26.   InActiv Motorsports 626 1993 Mazda 626
27.   Infinite Loop Racing 808 1998 Ford Contour
28.   ISC Racing Services 201 1994 Mazda Miata
29.   J.B.Bugs Racing 54 1973 VW super beetle
30.   jm racing 342 1992 mazda miata
31.   Kelly Brothers Racing 850 1994 Mazda Miata
32.   kids off the wall racing 528 1994 mitsubishi eclipse
33.   Kids Racing For Life 293 1986 Ford Thunderbird
34.   KSR/FlatOut Racing 300ZX 223 1990 Nissan 300ZX
35.   KSR/FlatOut Racing SC300 225 95 Lexus SC300
36.   KSR/FlatOut Racing SC300 Panda 226 1993 Lexus SC300
37.   Level 1 Racing 412 1994 Mazda Miata
38.   Lincolnfelter racing 980 1996 Lincoln Mk viii
39.   LOWE RACING 250 1990 Mazda RX7
40.   Momo Chump 230 1994 Mazda Miata
41.   motley crew 921 1987 porsche 944
42.   MoveOver Racing 696 1997 BMW 325i
43.   nashville trash 755 91 mazda miata
44.   Never Start Racing 233 1998 Dodge Neon
45.   Nine Four Motorsports 984 1998 Toyota  
46.   NukinFutz 218 2000 Ford Crown Victoria
47.   ODOR Motor Group 970 1985 Nissan 300ZX
48.   One Piece at a Time 95 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
49.   Panzer Racing 20 1994 BMW 325is
50.   passing gas 383 1986 BMW 325i
51.   Propaganda 22 1987 BMW 325i
52.   Racing4Rotary 695 1988 Mazda RX-7
53.   Racing4Rotary Too 694 1991 Ford Thunderbird
54.   Reeves/Clark Racing 131 1991 Acura Integra
55.   RENNtech Motorsports 150 1989 Mercedes-Benz 190E
56.   Rev Works 253 1994 BMW 325I
57.   RPM 97 1994 Mazda Miata
58.   RYSA Racing 457 1990 Mazda Miata
59.   Sofa King Crappy 911 1990 Mazda Miata
60.   Team Carma 186 1986 toyota MR2
61.   Team Casual Racing 447 1995 Mazda MX-5
62.   Team Infiniti 19 1994 Infiniti J30
63.   Team Jacky Ickx "935" 935 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT
64.   Team Jacky Ickx GT30 66 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT
65.   TLMUSA 170 1994 BMW 328
66.   TLMUSA 69 169 2000 BMW 328
67.   Tortured Tires Racing 367 2000 Dodge Neon
68.   Treasure Coast Miata 74 1994 Mazda Miata
69.   tuttle motor sports 108 1997 mitsubishi eclipse
70.   tuttle motor sports 107 1996 mitsubishi eclipse
71.   Two Finger Racing 700 1984 chevrolet camaro
72.   Valyrian Steel - Mantovani/Costin Racing 988 1991 Mazda Miata
73.   ZR None 486 1986 Chevrolet Corvette

 

 

 

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    35 minutes ago, pintodave said:

    Hopefully this gas ends up being for Sebring and not the generator...

    LOL, lightweight, is that all you are hording?

    Yesterday I compiled the best non chump cans I have, filled 55gal with super 93 in vague hope it will start our Sebring race stash, if Irma comes near the genny is getting the good stuff!

    75+ gal more in tattered cans kicking around just waiting to be filled with super low test 87 if things go bad ...15k 30hp whole house power unit is thirsty<_<

     

    At least this is keeping me occupied and focused away from the other family things going on....

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    I figured it was a start, we have a touch more breathing room up here than you guys, it's going to be an interesting 72 hours... my friend works for Broward water mgmt, he can't leave even if he wants to :blink:

     

    The reactions between Hurricane Matthew and now are interesting to watch - people went from zero poops given to 200mph with this one... already gas stations up by us running out of gas between deliveries.

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    Yeah, this one doesn't look good no matter where you live.  I was on the good side of Hurricane Charlie when it went thru, don't want to do that again !

     

    GL to all !

    And SEBRING !  WHOOT !   

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    11 hours ago, Team Infiniti said:

    if things go bad

    Oh poop, here we go...

     

    This is going to seriously cut into race prep <_<

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    Be safe guys... 

    If you need anything, you can text me at 434-906-7340

     

     

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    Hope we don't lose 1/2 the field due to the hurricane.   Stay safe everyone! 

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    1 minute ago, Snake said:

    Hope we don't lose 1/2 the field due to the hurricane.   Stay safe everyone! 

     

    Hell, I am worried about extensive facilities/hotel damage at the track too!

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    7 minutes ago, pintodave said:

     

    Hell, I am worried about extensive facilities/hotel damage at the track too!

     

    The track is helping the airport currently.   They'll probably loose some signage etc...    Hotel could be in some trouble.   Who knows how well they stay on top of the upkeep on it.   We're about to find out as they will be seeing sustained 100+ mph winds at the track.    

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    3 hours ago, BigMoneyWasters said:

    No gas available in Sebring currently. No sure it will be different in 10 days. Any word on whether this race will be held? Hotels survive?

    As a lifetime fl resident I can confidently say, they will have gas soon.

     

    As I type: the news is showing fuel trucks running with florida highway patrol escort.

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    We are going to call the hotel most likely tomorrow and see what's up. 

     

    Ed is right, they'll be rolling the gas trucks through asap. If not, it will be the slowest Chumpcar field on record as everyone tries to conserve gas :P  Guess the Floridians have the advantage with that genny gas!

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    I hear Sebring is pretty banged up.  Any ruling on whether this race is still going to happen or be rescheduled?

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    I NEED A RIDE!  Team owner suffered some damage to his propertie(s) and cant make the race. 

     

    I have Chateau rooms to sweeten the pot ;)

     

    Their power is out, but structurally sound.

     

     

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    25 minutes ago, BigMoneyWasters said:

    It doesn't feel very warm and fuzzy to be worried about racing when people are without homes, or at least power for days/weeks/months. UGGGH

    Agree to a extent as some of those ppl may be employees @ the track, we are supporting them and the local economy. Fl is all about the tourists and most all of them have fled, normalcy will return , is welcomed and in this case, a race @ Sebring is normal.

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    I just posted this in the Irma thread, but I want all the teams from outside Florida to read this:

    The only real problem here is the lack of power! Florida is NOT devastated! I'm really tired of the media trying to make everything sounds sensational! "Mobile homes are shredded like cans..." I'm sorry, but those people should have read the story of the 3 little pigs when they were kids! "Irma's death toll is climbing to 20..." I feel sorry for the victims, but let's look at the causes of death: 6 died "forgotten" in a nursing home, 2 were killed by a tree they were cutting, 1 by his chainsaw, 3 in a car wreck at an intersection with the lights down, another lost the control of his car aquaplaning, another was electrocuted by downed power lines..." Sad, but not due to to the strenght of Irma!

    In the Tampa area, most stores are already reopened, my kids schools were supposed to reopen tomorrow, but because of some lack of power they'll reopen on Monday. Teco announced that most of its customers will have power by the end of the weekend. I'm really confident life will be back to very close to normal next week...

    As long as the track at Sebring has power, WE CAN RACE!!!!

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    1 hour ago, BigMoneyWasters said:

    It doesn't feel very warm and fuzzy to be worried about racing when people are without homes, or at least power for days/weeks/months. UGGGH

     

    Now I feel bad for offering a luxury hotel room to someone with a race car!

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    I already had a pretty cool charity thing setup at the race with Mikes blessing.  This was before the storm and is for the local Salvation Army.    You won't miss it. 

     

    When are we getting pit and garage assignments btw?

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    Don't forget the 4 add'l casualties of people running flipping generators in their house. W.T.F. folks. Same thing happened during Matthew. 

     

    Anyways, this is the Sebring thread, lets race! If the hotel is structurally sound that is awesome news, the track is semi-remote but next to the airport and commercial property, so I'd like to think they'd have power in a week.

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    Just want to point out...2 days ago it was "armageddon" in central Florida. Tonight we were at Disney Springs for dinner, all of the gas stations around here are open and things are about 95% back to normal. 

    In 10-days I'm sure Sebring will be fine. 

    S. 

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