50th (2020) Lone Pine Time Trials Information
Details regarding the 2020 Lone Pine Time Trials will be updated on the Event Facebook page and at Motorsportreg.com (on New Years Day): 2020 Lone Pine Time Trials
Connect with other racers attending next year’s time trials on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/manzanartimetrials
For 2020, the Lone Pine Committee celebrates our 50th Anniversary – 50 years of flat-out-fun! You’ll get a big course that’s over 2 miles long, run one way on Saturday and the other on Sunday. This course will provide a challenge for all, whether in modified, prepared, street prepared, stock or vintage. Don’t be left to hear the stories from all your friends of a great weekend – Be There! Check out the 2017 top raw time of day run video HERE
ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT GO TO SUPPORT THE BRAILLE INSTITUTE YOUTH PROGRAMS
The Manzanar Airstrip: located 10 miles north of the city of Lone Pine at the Manzanar Reward street sign (on the right, may be hard to see at night), go 1/4 mile east of US 395 and you’re there.
CAR PREPARATION / CLASSIFICATION
SOLO, Club Racing, SCCA, IMSA, VINTAGE, NASA, the family sled, or whatever. We will find a class for you. 5 or more pre-registered drivers who want to run their own class may do so (commonly known as rent-a-racer). OPEN EXHAUST if your class allows it. Basic car classification will be per the 2020 SCCA National Solo rule book. Still not sure what class? – provide details on how your car is prepared on the entry form (engine, suspension, tires & wheels, etc.) and we’ll find a place for you. Unsafe vehicles will be turned away. This is not an autocross event, this is a high speed time trial.
MUST BE 16 years of age and hold a valid driver’s license. No memberships required. Due to the high speed nature of this event, it is recommended for experienced competitors.
COMMON SENSE! – MUST WEAR SEAT BELTS AND HELMET (some loaners available). PENDING: Helmets must be SNELL 2000 (SA2000; M2000) or newer. Open vehicles must have a roll bar OR factory option hardtop, or equivalent. No DOT helmets. NO alcoholic beverages or other intoxicants may be used by drivers, crew or spectators during each day’s event; after the course is closed – have a BLAST! Please observe a 5 mph speed limit in pits.
SANCTIONED BY NASA (National Auto Sport Association)
For more information contact the
Event Chair: Bret Norgaard
yawsport (AT) gmail (DOT) com
May 16-17, 2020