Administrators Bill Strong Posted March 9, 2018 Administrators Report Share Posted March 9, 2018 ChampCar Race Officials Event Director - Michael Chisek Event Registrar - Katherine Miller ChampCar.Live Onsite Media - Bill Strong Doc Waldrop Paul Veltum Ian Strong Supplemental Rules and Event Information https://champcar.org/register/supplementalrules/341.pdf Event Hotel: Best Western Bowling Green 1940 Mel Browning St, Bowling Green, KY 42104 270-782-6933 ask for Kay - Ask for ChampCar Rate $105, 20 rooms, cutoff 60 days __________________________________________________________ NCM National Championship Test and Tune Details Announced NCM announced their test and tune schedule for the ChampCar Endurance Series National Championship. Register now to get the discounted price of $250. Day of event price increases to $300. Fees include one car, multiple drivers. But all drivers have to be signed up and go through the drivers meeting. ——————– NCM Motorsports Park Friday, June 15, 2018 NCM Motorsport Park, Bowling Green, KY The Test and Tune event is organized and run by NCM Motorsports Park Registration ends in a month on June 14, 2018, 11:59 PM EDT Pre-Registering at $250 per car gets you and your team on track for the entire day. There will be a day of registration fee of $300. This open track day will serve as a test for the Champcar Endurance Series Championship. The format will be an open session with a lunch break in the middle. The registration is per car! Multiple drivers are allowed with proper paperwork filled out and turned in during check-in. We reserve the right to deny track access to any driver during the event. Paddock Load-In starts at Noon on Thursday Check-in for Registration will be at the Track office starting at 7:00am CST. Drivers meeting – 7:45a Hot Track – 8:30a Lunch 12p-1p Hot Track – 1p End of day – 5:30p Registration ends in a month on June 14, 2018 11:59 PM EDT All vehicles must be able to pass Champcar Tech as well as follow all of NCM MSP Policy and Procedures!!!! Drivers must be Solo approved and have already participated in a driving event in the run group they are registering for! ALL VEHICLES MUST MEET A 103DB @ 50 FT LIMIT Pre-Reister herehttps://www.motorsportreg.com/events/ncm-test-day-champcar-grand-full-motorsport-park-motorsports-940875 Updated ChampCar Supplemental Rules with an updated time schedulehttps://champcar.org/register/supplementalrules/341.pdf National ChampCar Points Total: 2017-ChampCar-National-Championship-Qualifiers.pdf NCM Garages Contact Mike Chisek to get a garage for $100. as of 5/11/2018 at 10am eastern, Garages are sold out Either order and pay for the garage when you register for the race or if you have already registered, then email Mike Chisek at email@example.com Spotters Guide and What to look for https://champcar.org/mainweb/champcar-news/champcar-national-championship-what-to-look-for/ Entries for The RVA Graphics & Wraps National Championship Updated June 12, 2018 - Last Update Team Name Car # Year Make Model 1. 300zx 117 1994 Nissan 300ZX 2. 901 Motorsport p/b Klean Strip Automotive 901 1990 BMW 325is 3. AUTOBODY SPECIALIST 138 1985 Mazda RX7 4. Back Porche Racing 156 1986 Porsche 944 5. Blue Bayou 112 1987 BMW 325i 6. Blue Shells 38 2003 Ford Focus 7. Brew Krewe Racing 860 1986 BMW 325i 8. Burningham Too 55 1992 Lexus SC300 9. C-137 Racing 127 1997 Plymouth Neon 10. Catvalier 931 2004 Chevy Cavalier 11. Chumpawumba 213 1991 Honda Civic 12. Cone Crushers 917 1987 Porsche 944 13. DONT TREAD ON ME 120 2003 Mazda Miata 14. Eracing 890 1986 bmw 325 15. For the Sake of Racing 190 1989 Mercedes 190E 16. GWR: Guarino-Watson Racing 991 1987 BMW 325is 17. HazMat Motorsports 727 1966 FORD MUSTANG 18. hounddogs 522 1994 bmw 325 19. Junk Dynasty Racing 88 1994 Ford Mustang 20. Ketron racing 531 1992 honda prelude 21. Kosi Racing 603 1994 Mazda Miata 22. Level 1 Racing 412 1994 Mazda Miata 23. Lightning Motorsports 629 1996 Honda Civic 24. Ludicrous Speed 162 1991 Toyota MR2 25. Mad Hungarian Motorsports 290 2005 Nissan Sentra SER Spec V 26. McKibbins Biohazard Racing 1 1991 Troyota MR2 V6 1.0 Twin Turbo 27. Mean Green Racing 679 1996 honda civic 28. MiElan 150 1990 Mazda Miata MX5 29. Momo Champ 230 1994 Mazda Miata 30. MoveOver Racing Team B 697 1995 BMW 325i 31. Nine Four Motorsports 840 1992 Lexus SC300 32. Nine Four Motorsports 83 1994 Toyota Supra 33. NNM Motorsports 15 1998 Dodge Neon 34. NTF Racing 683 1998 Honda Civic 35. On Second Thought Racing 341 1991 Mazda Miata 36. Over Engineered Motorsports 144 1994 Toyota Celica GT 37. Pomona Speed Shop 236 1995 BMW 325is 38. Premium Dudes (WillRaceForBeer) 32 1988 BMW 325is 39. rbankracing.com 194 1988 Honda CRX 40. rbankracing.com / Denton Carpentry 90 1999 Saab 9-3 41. RPM 102 1994 Mazda Miata 42. Running Bulls Racing E30 160 1987 BMW 325is 43. RVAGFX 111 1989 BMW 325 44. RVAGFX2 511 1995 BMW M3 45. Schumacher Taxi 189 1991 BMW 325i 46. Slugworks 49 1992 Mitsubishi Ecripse 47. Team Jacky Ickx 935 935 1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT 48. Team Jacky Ickx GT30 66 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT 49. That Little Guy Racing 591 1999 Mazda Miata 50. tortured tires racing 367 2000 Dodge Neon 51. TPS Motorsports 311 2003 Volkswagen Golf GTI 52. Treasure Coast Miata 74 1994 Mazda Miata 53. Two Forties Racing 240 1993 Nissan 240sx 54. Uncommon Friends Racing 246 1971 Datsun 240Z 55. Visceral Racing Group 918 1987 Porsche 944 56. Winkler Motorsports 910 1992 Mazda Miata 57. WMRacing 115 1999 mazda miata It’s been six years, but the National Championship is Back! Do you remember the first and only National Championship? It was at Iowa Speedway. Well six years later we’ve brought the National Championship back and it’s on the exciting National Corvette Museum road course. Read on to get some information to make your trip to Bowling Green a little easier. Gates – Gates open at Noon on Thursday. Test Day – NCM is hosting a test day on Friday for teams to sort out their car and learn the track. Details, cost and registration can be found here – https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/ncm-test-day-champcar-grand-full-motorsport-park-motorsports-940875 Paddock – The paddock at NCM is plenty large and is unassigned (first come, first served). Most people will not be able to park near their pit spot so don’t be surprised. If you rented a garage, your parking spot is marked by white lines in front of your garage. Camping – If you would like to tent camp or camp in your RV off your own generator, there is no charge. RV spots are available with power and water, but there are a limited number of them. Contact NCM to reserve one. Tech – If you have not had your 2018 annual tech yet, bring your car through the tech bay garage (A/B) when you arrive. Bring all your paperwork filled out. Make sure you have read the rules (good news – no changes from 2017). Swap cars with no paperwork will likely be put in EC unless tech is in a good mood. Registration – Make sure to tech first, then bring your yellow logbook and tech sheet signed by us directly to registration. Before you arrive, log in and check your driver roster for accuracy. Make any corrections ahead of time. If you are paid with the correct drivers, check-in is a 3-minute process. If you are not coming (work issue, car issue, etc), email me to let me know you will not be there. Novice School – 5pm Friday, location TBD. Pit Assignments – Here are your pit assignments. Garage Assignments – Here are your garage assignments. Board Meeting – Should you arrive early and would like something to do that does not involve looking at old Corvettes, you can sit in on the 2018 club Board meeting that is being held in the Holley scoring tower classroom at 7pm Thursday night. Saturday Night – This event is a Park Ferme (click here to read those instructions), which is to say the race is red flagged Saturday night. Since all cars will be locked on pit road and no work allowed, you might as well eat. ChampCar is providing dinner in the paddock to all teams Saturday night, free of charge. Drinks you’ll have to buy. Finally – 75 teams qualified and were invited to this year’s National Championship. Of those 75, 24 registered for the event. While we have 60 cars racing in this one, only 24 have a chance to win the National Championship trophy. Here are those 24 teams. The Champion will be the team with the lowest point total of the three listed races, two of which have already been recorded. It is possible that the Champion may not be the team who wins the NCM event, but given how tight the points are, that seems unlikely. A reminder: read through and print out the Supplemental Rules for this event here. If you have any questions about registration, please contact Katherine Miller here. Any other questions you can contact me here. We’re looking forward to seeing you all in Bowling Green! 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