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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby
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    Nationals reg is open today

    Starting grid on Friday warmup is set by registration dates.

    Grid for qual 1 is based on best times for warmup.

    https://nasachampionships.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rleng1 View Post
    Entry Fees


    Racing (Fri/Sat/Sun)

    $1299 through April 30

    $1349 through May 31


    $1449 through June 30

    $1599 through July 31

    $1999 after Aug 1st
    Randy shamed me into signing up. I say we need an over 60 class.

    JJ

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    The entry list is looking good with nice representation from Colorado and Great Lakes!!
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    Senior Member Carroll Shelby Fbody383's Avatar
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    Yeah it does. You guys do a good job scouting the property this weekend so we can have a huge AI/Spec/CMC corral this fall.
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    $179.00 just for bringing in an RV! I don't understand the difference (besides the obvious) in my RV and a 26-35 foot enclosed trailer with generator and A/C with guys staying in it for the weekend. I paid this fee last year while everyone around me did not. And you wonder why I have issues with COTA?


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    I'm waiting to hear for sure from work whether I'll be in Singapore for the month of September... sitting on the sidelines till then.
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    For those who have raced COTA......I have a couple questions about the paddock and where to stay/sleep? I'm planning a trip to Nationals from Virginia and usually camp in the paddock in a 28ft toyhauler/trailer. It appears you need to pay a $179 fee to do so but that option is "full" (how is that possible?). The other, more expensive, options are to stay in a campground like setting that includes power, etc. but how far away is that. The tracks I usually run that have "camping" means outside the paddock and you are really isolated from everything going on. I'm sure this group is like ours and you paddock together as well as welcome other CMC'ers to do so too......so fill me in, whats the scoop for someone that's never been there before?

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    Hi Russ,

    Last year I paid some fee (like the $179.00) to bring my RV into the paddock I don't know of a single person in our group that paid to bring in a trailer but several stayed in them. This year I am paying for RV hook-ups. Yes it will be away from the CMC guys. I plan to pitting with the CMC guys with an EZ-up. Maybe they are going to make everyone drop their trailers in a different lot. That would be a good idea.


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    Russ,

    We all paddocked in the upper support/trailer area away from the main paddock behind T12-14, and glad we did so.

    The main paddock area is a complete mad house and honestly would not advise wasting $ parking there. We had a nice big area to ourselves and even with this record turn out, had more space than what we knew to do with up there. We will all paddock up there together again and have a good time, just bring a cart or bike to get up to the main area if needed.

    The only sucky part was there were not restrooms or porta potties up there so I kept pissing behind Daniel's trailer all weekend.

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