River Cities Speedway
River Cities Speedway

River Cities Speedway
Grand Forks, ND

May 22 - Test N Tune Guidelines


River Cities Speedway

May 22 - Test N Tune Guidelines

$20 per person
6:30-9:30pm with Pit gates opening at 4:00pm
Live timing will be available

Drivers: Online registration is available through the link below. Drivers MUST register AND purchase pit passes for their crews through the links in MyRacePass.

Test and Tune Registration for Drivers Link

Pit Pass Purchase Link

  • Drivers must purchase their pit pass, along with their pit crews' pit passes, under the ticket option.

  • Registration ends at May 21st at 11:59PM. If you plan to come, make sure you register!

Drivers are the ONLY ones allowed to get out of the vehicle at the pit gate. They will grab the wristbands for their crew and distribute them.

If your entire crew is not with when you arrive at the track, YOU or someone in your crew is responsible to walk up to the pit gate to distribute remaining wristbands to the crew coming later. (ALWAYS BE 100% MASKED WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR PIT STALL)

Cars will go out for 20-minute sessions with the following guidelines:
Streets/Midwest Mods together – 6 cars, 6 laps
Late Models/Modifieds together – 6 cars, 6 laps
Sprints – 6 cars, 6 laps

Once the 6 are complete, exit the track and get back into line or you can go to your trailer/pit to make adjustments. Once your adjustments are made then get back into line.

There will be a 10-minute horn for the next group to be ready and staged for their 20-minute session.

This will go on until 9:30 PM.

SPREAD OUT!! Give yourself space between you and the car in front of you.

Practice Sessions are about learning your car under different changes you may or may not make.


Crew viewing guidelines:
Crews can watch their driver during sessions in the designated viewing areas.
Make sure you are social distancing yourself from other crews.
Make sure you have your mask on at all times when you are NOT in your pit stall.
Pit Rules/Guidelines per CDC Guidelines
Teams are required to stay in their pit stalls and are not allowed to go into another cars pit stall under any circumstances.
These rules will be enforced throughout the night.
If you need to leave your pit stall for any reason, you need to be 100% masked up when you exit your pit stall.
In your pit stall, you are not required to wear your mask but it needs to be on you at all times.

Submitted By: Mike Spieker

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