Go to this link for even more details! http://fabricatedmotorsports.com/for...p?topic=1413.0
Fabricated Motorsports is bringing you an exciting event at Grand Sport Speedway, near Houston, TX. If you love cars we will have an awesome day for you filled with modified cars, a live DJ, smokey drifting, fast road racing, rows of awesome slammed cars on flush wheels, girls, vendors, a full race track, and more! Everyone is encouraged to bring their own cool cars out to hard park and be a part of the spectacle, and we will have a specific show area for this! Talented photographers will be on hand from online blogs picking out interesting cars for future features. All this will be in a laid back, relaxed atmosphere, without any competitions or worries. Just enjoy yourself and the awesome cars!
Spectators will cost $5 at the gate. There is no cost to show your car at the meet, and a special area will be provided for all modified cars away from the general parking lot if you want to participate. Spectators should arrive between 9:30am - 5pm. Reentry will be allowed with your attached wristband on your arm, so you can come and go as you please.
Both road racing and drifting will cost $150 per driver. Drivers should arrive at 8 am sharp. Spots will be limited, so if you wait till the last minute, you probably won’t get a spot. Register as early as possible if you want to drive. Registration is ONLINE only, and must be done before the event.
Please go to Fabricatedmotorsports.com for more info, such as directions, scheduling, rules, etc.
Vendor spots are still available. Several local shops and businesses have RSVP'ed and will have full booths with products, hot cars, and hot girls on display! We are looking for more classy vendors, so please contact aaronlosey on fabricatedmotorsports.com/forum for details!
Convertibles - Road racers need a roll bar. Drifters need a full cage. Any roll cages or bars need to be padded with approved material if you head can come in contact with it.
Racing suits - If your car has a fuel cell in the interior of the car, or is a full race car that requires a racing suit for some reason, then it is required. Otherwise, they are not.
Helmets - Obviously. They must be Snell approved.
Leaks - Your car may not have them.
Wheel spacers - Just make sure you have enough thread engagement on your lug nuts, we will be checking for this. This was a problem in the past.
Battery Tie Downs - This is mandatory. All batteries must be tied down.
Car sharing - This is fine, but you will be put in to different run groups.
Registration - You must paypal your 150 entry fee to erinshill at gmail.com. Replace the at with an @. Add 3 % to the total, or choose the personal option in paypal payment. Don't forget to include your full name, type of car, and the event you are registering for. There will be a registration cap, and if you want a spot, I suggest you get it early, since you never know when we will do another drifting road course event.
Track rules - Will be explained at the drivers meeting. Basically bring a running car that will pass a simple safety check.
Volunteers - I need a LOT of volunteers to help make this work. I will need about 8 corner workers, and about another 4 or so beyond that. You will be fed and watered all day, and your spectator fee will be free. No drivers can volunteer. You will be close to the action though, and should have a great time. You will not be paid, hence the volunteer part.
Photography and video people. There will be a few spots open for people to get out on track to do this, but only a couple. You will have to get with me early to secure a spot. You must go to this thread and put your name in the hat, I won't be checking anywhere else. http://fabricatedmotorsports.com/for...p?topic=1413.0
Ride alongs - Probably no passengers, we will see.
Racing suits - If you are a drifter with a racing suit, and a prepared car, please bring it and wear it. It will make the track feel more comfortable.
Please refer to this link to ask any questions you want answered, because this post will get linked all over the place, and I won't be everywhere to answer questions.