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USA7s HPDE Event – July 1 to 3, 2016

 

Tom and Michael would like to welcome you all to the sixth running of the USA7s HPDE Event at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville NJ.

 

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Below is the link to the official MotorsportReg.com which you will use to register for this event.

https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/usa-7s-event-july-2-3-lightning-raceway-new-jersey-motorsports-park-878852#.VyADj2PUFAY

 

Please take the time to read all of the following information prior to registering so that you understand all the relevant details and sign up appropriately.

For Kitcat: Please use the link above and not any other sign on page. If in doubt please call me.

 

Registration

During the registration you will be required to select the options you wish to participate in – days running, non-driving visitors, various dinners, karting, etc. The Friday night and Sunday night dinners are pay on the day format based on your selections – so we are only looking for numbers at this stage. This will produce a total for which you will be required to enter your credit card to complete registration.

 

Cancellation is possible without penalty up to one month before the event. Cancellations within the month before the event are subject to negotiation as we may be able to have penalties waived if you give Tom/Mike a heads up. We may cap car registrations to preserve a quality experience on track. We will hold reserve places in the event of late cancellations.

 

Drivers Club members have a prepaid HPDE option or pay as you go option depending on their membership selections this year. Drivers Club members are not required to register for the Saturday BBQ at Don’s as this is part of your membership.

 

Schedule

The schedule for the weekend is as follows:

 

Fridy, July 1, 2016

Arrival at NJMP and pit set up.

3.00pm to 4.30pm For those who arrive early and are set up before 3.00pm then an informal karting event will be held at the NJMP F1 Karting Facility which adjoins the Lightning pit paddock.

6.00pm to 8.00pm Welcome Pool Party BBQ at the NJMP Clubhouse.

 

 

Saturday, July 2, 2016

7.00am Registration, tech inspection for cars and breakfast at the Lightning Circuit

8.00am Mandatory Drivers Meeting in the Pit Garage

9:00am to 12:30pm Track is live. Refer to attached schedule of session times.

12:30pm to 1:30pm Lunch at the Finish Line Pub

1:30pm to 5:00pm Track is live. Refer to attached schedule of session times.

6:30pm Dinner at Don Fauerbach residence, NJMP Founding Member.

 

Sunday, July 3, 2016

7.00am Registration, tech inspection for cars and breakfast at the Lightning Circuit

8.00am Mandatory Drivers Meeting in the Pit Garage

9:00am to 12:30pm Track is live. Refer to attached schedule of session times.

12:30pm to 1:30pm Lunch at the Finish Line Pub

1:30pm to 5:00pm Track is live. Refer to attached schedule of session times.

6:30pm Dinner at Finish Line Pub

 

A draft daily schedule was emailed to those on my email list. PM me for it if you are not on my email list. The session times are subject to finalization and a schedule for that day will be handed out each daily drivers briefing.

 

NJMP Location

The GPS address of NJMP is 8000 Dividing Creek Rd., Millville, NJ 08332

 

When driving to NJMP it is strongly recommended that you exit off Rt 55 at Exit 24 (Rt 49) as this route option avoids trailers having to make a sharp right turn in downtown Millville. While the signposts on Rt55 to NJMP will say you should use exit 27 we do not recommend this option because of the difficulty you will have navigating the tight right turn in downtown Millville. If you are staying at the Fairfield Inn (next to Exit 27) and trailering then we would also recommend returning to Rt 55 to head south to Exit 24.

 

Event Requirements

Driver’s License: All Drivers must have a valid Driver’s License and be at least 18 years of age to participate. You will be asked to present your Driver’s License at the track. If you have not run at this event previously then prior to registering you will need to submit a driving resume on past track experience. This will be shared with NJMP track management prior to the event. Please bring and be prepared to show any race license you have obtained in order to verify your experience. For those who are new to HPDE driving then please contact Tom or myself and we can work through the options to let you participate safely as a driver.

Helmet Requirement: A Snell M or SA rated full faced helmet dated 2005 or newer is required for all drivers and passengers on the track. Open face helmets are not permitted in open cars like sevens.

Arm restraints: NJMP requires open top cars to be driven on track with drivers and passengers both wearing arm restraints and full faced helmets.

Attire: NJ State Law requires all participants on the track to wear long pants and close toed shoes. No one in shorts will be permitted to enter the race track or pit lane.

Tech: A tech inspection is required for each car prior to accessing the race course. An NJMP official will tech your car the morning of the event, but please view the tech form prior to then in order to be sure your car is adequately prepared. The tech form is emailed to you if you are on my email list. Contact me for it otherwise.

 

Open Top Cars: Must have approved rollover protection. Pop up roll bars or detachable hard tops are not accepted by NJ State Law.

Speed Limits: Speed limit in the paddock is 5 mph. Speed limit on access roads is 25 mph. Do not test vehicles or bed brakes on infield roads. For non-racing events, the pit lane speed limit is 20 mph.

Participants, including Drivers Club Members and their guests, are responsible for any damage to NJMP property including on track and off track. This includes damage to Armco and tire wall barriers should you hit them (please don’t!) or for the white powder to soak up oil and coolant spills on track.

Noise: Un-Muffled engines must not be run before 8:30 a.m. or after 6:30 p.m. NJMP strives hard to keep good relations with the local community and we should support their initiatives by complying.

Fuel: For the convenience of customers, New Jersey Motorsports Park houses fuel stations at both the Thunderbolt and Lightning Raceways. On most track days the fuel stations are open from 8:30am to 3:30pm.

The fuel station at Thunderbolt Raceway offers octanes of 93 & 100 (unleaded) and 110 & 112 (leaded), while the station at Lightning Raceway offers 93 & 100 (unleaded) and 110 (leaded). The fuel stations are permitted to fill containers in proper five gallon red fuel cans only, per New Jersey State Law. Larger fuel containers of 10 gallons or more (any color) are permitted to be used as long as they are marked appropriately (stickers or writing on container that reads “FUEL”).

General Store: The NJMP facility has a convenient General Store open during days. It sells refreshments (including beer), ice, driving equipment (helmets, boots, driving suits), oils, some tools, safety gear and other related items. It is located on the ground floor of the Officers Club in the pit area of the Thunderbolt track. The General Store is run by the lovely Diane who is extremely skilled in extracting non-essential purchases of race gear, tools, and other interesting motoring themed souvenirs. You have been warned!

Trailer Drops: Trailer drops are typically allowed from 7-10 pm the night before. However, there are occasions when this is not possible due to events taking place at the facility. At this stage there are no events scheduled at Lightning the day of our arrival but we will alert you should that change.

Please keep in mind that NJMP Drivers Club Member Days are not a racing event but rather a Driver Education day. You will learn how to handle and control your vehicle at high speeds as well as explore the capabilities as a driver and those of your vehicle. At no time will you be pushed or encouraged to go any faster than is comfortable for you. All participants are organized into run groups based on experience, skill, and type of vehicle.

Non-driving Visitors: Non-driving visitors are required to be registered by NJMP. There is space on the registration pages. The fee for non-driving visitors covers all refreshment, breakfast and lunch. It also provides privileges to accompany NJMP accredited/approved instructors in sevens as a passenger. Passengers are required to have paid the daily visitor fee and comply with the safety requirements of drivers – helmet, arm restraints, and clothing/shoes. A limited number of helmets/arm restraints will be available to borrow should you not have one.

 

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Pit Set Up Location

If you are on my email list then you will have received two maps (PM me to get them otherwise). The first illustrates the layout of the NJMP complex, its two tracks, karting facility, Pit Suites for overnight accommodation, General Store and Finish Line Pub. The second map shows the Lightning circuit and marks out where the USA7s group has been allocated pit space to set up and congregate. However, in prior years we have tended to range along the back of the paved pits where the grass begins. Both are acceptable. The NJMP facility has 24 hour gated and patrolled security and is a secure place to leave your trailers and cars overnight.

 

As you enter NJMP you will be required to stop at the main gate to show identification. Please let the security workers know that you are participating in the Drivers Club Event at Lightning. After the security check you will want to turn RIGHT to go past the clubhouse and on to the Lightning Circuit pits. It is a long drive around the outside of the Lightning Circuit until you see the bridge into the center of the circuit.

 

When setting up on the pit asphalt please be aware that paddock regulations require jack stands to have timber or metal plate supports underneath to protect the asphalt from damage.

 

Tom and I will be there setting up from early afternoon should anyone arrive early. An informal karting event is scheduled from 3.00pm to 4.30pm at the NJMP F1 Karting facility which adjoins the Lightning pit area.

 

After the karting you can clean up and then congregate at the NJMP Club House where a full bar service and appetizers/dinner will be available for your purchase.

 

We encourage you to bring a folding chair or other seating and shade for your time in the pits as there is no fixed or movable seating provided by the track.

 

 

Welcome Pool Party BBQ (July 1)

Given most people will be arriving the night before and setting up their trailers or otherwise prepping their cars, we will have an informal pool party BBQ at the NJMP Club House. A simple menu and drinks will be available for purchase at the event.

 

If you will be arriving late then there are a number of fast food and other full service chain restaurants in Millville.

 

Catering - Breakfast and Lunch on HPDE Days (July 2 and 3)

Breakfast and lunches are included in your driver and guest fees paid at sign on. Breakfast will be held at the Lightning Pit Building where the classroom and pit garage are located. Lunch will be held at the Finish Line Pub a short drive from the pits. Refreshments (water, energy drink, soda) are complimentary throughout the day and are located in the ice tubs at the pit garage or the pit classroom.

 

Dinner at Don Fauerbach’s Residence – July 2, 2016

This is an annual Drivers Club Event to which USA7s members attending this HPDE event have received an invitation. Held on Don’s lawn overlooking the river, it is a casual summer event with a good menu and drinks, catered by one of the leading Chefs in Millville. Refreshments provided include beer, soda and water. It is BYO wine/spirits. In addition to socializing with other Sevens drivers, you will have the chance to meet and chat with other Drivers Club members and spouses who share a similar interest to you in performance and exotic cars. This event is located approximately 20 minutes drive from NJMP. We plan to car pool from various locations (NJMP Pit Suites, Fairfield Inn, etc) and will arrange that during the day. Dress code for this event is tidy nice summer casual – collared short sleeve shirt, nice Hawaiian shirts and shorts or long pants for gents. Ladies are usually dressed nice summer casual. It is outside on a lawn so high heel shoes are not advisable unless ladies like being rescued by a nice gentleman.

 

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Dinner at the Finish Line Pub – July 3, 2016

We have booked the Breighton Room at the NJMP Finish Line Pub for our final night. The menu is a la carte ranging from salads to burgers/sandwiches to salmon and prime rib and desert offerings. It is designed that you pay for what you want to order for food and drinks. After dinner there will be a series of awards for the previous two days. You will need to pay for your food and drinks at the completion of dinner.

 

Karting

This is the event where your competitive spirit is encouraged to emerge. You will be racing for trophies and bragging rights. Guests and family members who wish to join in to show up Spouse/Father are definitely encouraged to do so. You do not need to be a HPDE sevens driver to participate in the karting event.

 

The arrangement is a 10 minute practice followed by a 6 lap qualifier and and an 8 lap race. The karts are brand new for this year. The results of the practice/qualifying session will determine your grid position for the race that follows. Trophies will be awarded to first, second and third place from this race.

 

Drivers must be a minimum of 14 years old. All minors 14 years old to 18 years old must have an executed 1 Minor Participant Guardian form or have a parent or legal guardian present. Drivers must be at least 5 ft. tall. All participants must wear closed toe shoes. Coaches can be made available to spouses who wish to beat their husbands/partners. The organizers will happily accept bribes for donation to charity to reduce the horsepower on the karts of your fellow competitors.

 

Karting requires use of a full face helmet, driving suit and neck ring. If you have these then you are welcomed to use your own. If you have guests or family members who wish to join in then we encourage them to do so. NJMP can provide loaner helmets for the cost of $4 (to cover the use of a disposable balaclava for hygiene reasons) – paid on the day. Driving suits are included in the karting fee. NJMP will also provide neck rings if needed.

 

To set expectations up front, the winner will probably be the lightest weight person given these karts have all the hp of a hair dryer. While ramming, pushing, punting or otherwise driving your fellow karting enthusiasts off track is not tolerated we understand many of you may not have full control of your kart at certain defined moments.

 

All joking aside, you will need to be completely sober for this event – no exceptions.

 

As a prize, first, second and third place getters buy drinks for everyone at the club house following the event!

 

Please arrive at the karting facility at 3.00pm.

 

Driving Format

As we are participating in an NJMP Drivers Club event, we follow their specific rules of operations for tech inspection of cars and safety gear. We also follow their practices for on track behavior. We will have a Sevens session defined in the attached timetable for the day. Passing will be by invitation only. That is a passing car will need to receive a point by by the car being passed. No point by then no passing. It is courteous for drivers to monitor their rear vision mirrors and let cars past promptly. Passing zones are defined at the straights, i.e. between:

 

· between turns 1 and 2,

· between turns 4 and 5 (if you are quick),

· between turns 5 and 7

· between turns 7 to 9 (i.e. up to the entry into the bowl

· turns 9 (bowl exit) to turn 1 (i.e. along the main straight)

 

Passing in the turns is not acceptable. No passing in the braking zones. Given sevens have such remarkable cornering and braking skills it is unlikely that passing cars should be held up for any length of time if drivers of slower cars monitor their mirrors and point by promptly. These rules are intended for your safety and if followed should prevent car to car contact.

 

Accommodation

There are a range of lodging options at all budgets in Millville and nearby Vineland. There are also Pit Suites on the NJMP site. We eoncourage you to book early as Millville is a popular spot for people to stay when visiting the Jersey Shore in summer.

 

Camping is available at NJMP by permit along with power hookups for RV with a fee. See the NJMP website for details:

http://www.njmp.com/facility-rentals-and-amenities/

 

Contact

NJMP can be reached at (856) 327-8000. After hours the main switchboard may not be answered. In this event you should call the Main Gate security office on (856) 327-7255.

 

Tom Gaval can be reached at cell phone (610) 715-5687. Michael Johnson can be reached at cell phone (917) 836-2480 All emails should be sent to sevensarefun@gmail.com

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It is a very quick track. Ideally suited to momentum driving and our types of cars.

 

Braking zone into turn one is initially downhill before a sharp up hill to the corner.

 

 

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It is a blind corner where you cannot see the apex until the last minute. The car is light at the crest making it essential you know your line. I aim at the Benningans advertising sign down at turn 2 as that is the first thing I see as I crest. Notice the sand next to the curbing....lots of people miss this one and go wide...and...try to save it and end up kissing rubber on the right. Smart ones keep it on the track or bail left once they realize they have run out of talent.

There is a LOT of run off here so use it if you need to. NJMP was built with safety in mind and there are large run off areas at various corners that are intended to be used if you get into trouble.

 

 

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Then you get into the turns 2, 3, and 4 esses - great fun as agility is essential.

 

 

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Then we get to Turn 5, a bit of a tricky one. Blind crest, apex at the top of the crest with the track dropping away sharply immediately after and sharp right. Turn in is at the beginning of the left hand side curbing. Ignore the orange cone - it was moved after Kitcat attacked it repeatedly.

 

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If you get it right then the car sweeps around on to the back "straight". Challenging fun corner.

 

If you get it wrong then you visit the Seven Sandpit. I lost count of those who went visiting this patch of sand and doing some "gardening" This is what they saw just before - love the skid marks! This was a safe exit - fence is a huge distance away so it is safe to run off to the grass here to avoid spinning in a blind corner.

 

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Turn 7 is a simple 90 degree left. Downhill entry. So simple yet so many spin here because they overcook it going in. Lots of favorable camber built in plus the "magic" curbs - grooved to give extra grip. I will own up to the tire mark going inside the curbing...

 

 

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Then we get to the bowl. A brilliantly fun corner

 

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You come in fast to this corner and take it fast the whole way around. For me (in the silver car) around 105mph (give or take 5mph). The 15 degree banking helps as you can scrub speed off by going up the banking then build it again by dropping down for the exit.

 

Ideal entry is left 1/3rd of the track before turning in.

 

Just prior to entry there is the track seam (i.e. the starting point of where they laid asphalt for the track). This makes it bumpy just as you are trying for a smooth entry into the bowl. Our cars can carry a lot more speed into this corner than you think you can.

 

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but if you get it wrong then you will unload the rear and spin....

 

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Initially the banking is not that steep

 

 

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But then it builds up to the 15 degrees max. Throttle hard down and hang on for a fast ride out on to the main straight.

 

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The story behind the bowl banking as told by Don Fauerbach was the original plans showed a 5 degree banking. Carroll Shelby was a consultant to the project and when he looked at it his words were "Not enough f-ing pucker factor. Increase it to 15 degrees." Next day the bulldozer started grading to the new angle.

 

 

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To illustrate the track, here is a video of a modestly powered standard Zetec Caterham having fun on the Lightning track. Sound is bad sorry but it will give you an idea. You don't need a bulk hp car to have fun.

 

 

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I would advise first timers to not try to do 105 mph around the "bowl". Watch Croc's speed in the video of him in his maroon Cat: 70-85 mph is more like it. I think that's about the best I manage, tho with no speedo in my car, not really sure. Croc really has it figured out but it will take newbies a while to get to his comfort level on that turn. So, maybe 105mph on exit/approach to straight is realistic for average cars/drivers? In slow, out fast is the standard refrain. I have followed plenty of "trains" thru that corner with the guy up front maybe hitting 55 mph. I suspect 60 mph for first timers and then add speed as you go thru in later laps?. I am typically flat out a ways before the apex and all the way to thru to turn one. My goal this year is to start a bit slower so as to go flat out for a bit longer.

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Just moving the Potential list over to this thread and updating it with those currently registered for the event. Looks like we will have a record turnout. Still looking for the elusive Storker to add to the list of se7en types in attendance. For those looking to try out a se7en for size, it looks like we may have a complete assortment present. Tom

 

Current list of those indicating they are coming, with registered noted.

1) Croc, Caterham Registered

2) Yellowss7, Caterham Registered

3) Kitcat, Caterham Registered

4) Michael D, Caterham Registered

5) Dave D, Superformance S1

6) FE07, Caterham

7) JBH, Caterham Registered

8) Simon 450, Caterham Registered

9) RGTorque, WCM Ultralight

10)Wemdt, Birkin

11)TBox 56, Birkin Registered

12)Fmorser, Locost

13)Sk400, Caterham Registered

14)Birkin Dave & son., Birkin

15) George H., Birkin

16) Scott L., Caterham

17) Norm B., Caterham

18) d15b7, Caterham/lotus Registered

19) BBall7754, Something shiny.

20) Redgoose, Caterham

21) Dan3030, Westfield

 

Spectating only:

 

1) Blokko

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Tom, I guess we know who is going to win the Iron Butt award again.:hurray: Looking forward to seeing you again. Birkins are making a big push this year based on potential signup. Croc will chime in if I'm wrong, but if you don't need any hook ups, you can probably just park in the grass behind the paddock area where we will be setting up. I think you can just call the main NJMP number Michael provided in the registration lnfo to secure a camping pass. Tom

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Friends!

all set, just registered. Go-Kart, BBQ and all.. I can't wait.

I'm getting concerned.. my twin sister is talking about supercharging her/his car. hmmm. will be tougher to keep up. He is pushing me to upgrade my powertrain as well, but let's see. Will take a little while before i pull the trigger.

 

As an aside, I just bought a nice 1978 Austin Mini for my wife (mother's day surprise ish) from a very nice gentleman who was selling it to make room for the car of his dreams.. a Caterham (talk about a coincidence)! Mid 1990's crossflow engine freshly landed from the UK. I've been trying to convince him to join us at NJMP this summer but I need all of your help to encourage him to attend!

 

Let's call him Mr. J for the sake of this blog. Chances are he will soon read this blog, so please feel free to give him a nudge or two on this thread to attend!!

 

Talk soon all

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Seb, Glad to see you are finally going to make the Karting race. You know that with your past credentials and low body weight we are going to give you a HUGE handicap. :jester: As for your neighbor Mr. J. If he's a true 7s guy he has no excuse not to come. Where else can you see twenty or more 7s together, on track and in the paddock. The food is always great and the stories are Epic. This year again we will have people coming in from Connecticut, NY, NJ, PA, OH, MO, MD, CO and VA. The guy from Arkansas is still making excuses about not having enough time to finish his car, but we know that's lame.:svengo:

 

The more the Merrier. Bring Kelli and the kids. :seeya::seeya: Tom

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About 8 weeks to go now. Just about half of those on the list have now registered. Croc and I have had correspondence from several others who indicate that they are thinking of joining the fun. We may soon hit our self imposed max so don't delay and be sure to book your Hotel now as they fill up fast with the summer shore crowd. You can always cancel if needed. Tom

 

Current list of those indicating they are coming, with registered noted.

1) Croc, Caterham Registered

2) Yellowss7, Caterham Registered

3) Kitcat, Caterham Registered

4) Michael D, Caterham Registered

5) Dave D, Superformance S1 Registered

6) FE07, Caterham Registered

7) JBH, Caterham Registered

8) Simon 450, Caterham Registered

9) RGTorque, WCM Ultralight

10)Wemdt, Birkin Registered

11)TBox 56, Birkin Registered

12)Fmorser, Locost Registered

13)Sk400, Caterham Registered

14)Birkin Dave & son., Birkin

15) George H., Birkin

16) Scott L., Caterham Registered

17) Norm B., Caterham

18) d15b7, Caterham/lotus Registered

19) BBall7754, Something shiny.

20) Redgoose, Caterham

21) Dan3030, Westfield

22) Dr. Doug NJMP member, Caterham

23) Jeff S., Caterham

 

Spectating only:

 

1) Blokko Registered

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