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  • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
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    This is the worker thread for Day Series 5 on August 8, 2020 (the correct one that was supposed to be #5). This is a split day event so please indicate if you are signing up for the Morning or Afternoon session (set-up and course blowing are Morning only, teardown is Afternoon only). For afternoon assignments, plan on being onsite between 12:30 and 1:00. Signing up for a worker assignment here will take the place of a worker assignment day-of. Please make sure to check-in with the worker steward at the event.

    Trailer Towing (1): On site at 7:00-7:30
    – Daniel Semon

    Setup (2): On site at 7:00-7:30
    – Josh Smathers
    – Kaelan Hinz

    Check-In (1): On site at 7:30-8:00 (12:30)
    – Emily Stafford

    Blowing course (1): On site at 8:00
    – Kris Hinz

    Tech (1 for am, 1 for pm): On site at 8:00 (12:30)
    – Brian Dickens (am & pm)

    Novice steward (1): On site at 8:30 (12:30)
    – Jack Brinkley

    Worker steward (1): On site before drivers meeting
    – Frank Forcino

    Timing (2): On site before drivers meeting
    – Cameron Albea

    Teardown (2):

  • Josh SmathersJosh Smathers
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    Put me down for setup please.

  • Brian Dickensdickensbrian
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    I can help with tech for both sessions.

  • Jack BrinkleyJack Brinkley
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    I will be the Novice Steward for the AM session.

    • Jack BrinkleyJack Brinkley
      Participant
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      Frank, I apologize but I can’t make it to Franklin on Sat. Some things have come up. I had signed up for the Novice walk. I’m sure one of you can do that. I will be cancelling my registration on motorsportreg. You guys have a great day!

  • kwhinzkwhinz
    Participant
    Post count: 23

    Kaelan Hinz can staff the early/AM session check-in with Emily.

    Kris Hinz offering to run a leaf blower… unless another volunteer would like that for their work assignment.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by kwhinz kwhinz.
    • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
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      Kris, Emily will be ok doing check in Alone. I put Kaelan down to help set up cones. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

  • Troy SchmidtTroy Schmidt
    Participant
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    Garrett Schmidt is available for set-up.

    • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
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      Hi Troy,
      Sorry but there are no more setup spots available. The only spots open are for sticking around after and helping to pick up the cones. Would you like me to put Garrett down for that?

  • Keith YoungTEAMEFFORT
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    Heads up event master for 8/8/2020
    HSCC Offers This class – Junior Kart A (JA): Driver must be 12-16 years old. Commonly called JK This class is not for 17 or 18 year old’s.

    HSCC Kart Classes

    We offer a total of 6 kart classes, allowing for participants as young as 5 years old. Two classes are specific to HSCC and four are official SCCA classes.

    Adult Kart (AK): Driver must be at least 16 years old. Engine and chassis rules are identical to Junior Kart.
    Adult Kart Modified (AKM): Driver must be at least 16 years old. Engine requirements are the same as Junior Kart and Adult Kart but modifications are unlimited. Any fuel may be used. Forced induction and nitrous are prohibited. Only one engine may be used. Chassis design is completely open as long as it is deemed safe by our Tech Inspectors.
    Kart Modified (KM): Driver must be at least 15 years old. Shifter karts and any other karts that do not meet the requirements of any of the 2 HSCC kart classes listed above will run in the SCCA’s standard Kart Modified class. Please refer to the official SCCA Solo Rules for details.
    Junior Kart A (JA): Driver must be 12-16 years old.
    Junior Kart B (JB): Driver must be 8-12 years old.
    Junior Kart C (JC): Driver must be 5-8 years old.

    • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
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      Keith,
      What does this have to do with the worker assignments for the event on 8/8?

  • Keith YoungTEAMEFFORT
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    Nothing much.

    Just that Motorsportreg shows this class for this event (8-8-2020) as “Junior Kart A (ages 12-18)”
    Should be Junior Kart A (JA): Driver must be 12-16 years old. That’s all.
    Sorry for using the wrong form to bring this to someone’s attention.

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by Keith Young TEAMEFFORT.
    • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
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      I helped out Kaelan by registering him for the event. I may have put him in the wrong class. It’s very easy to fix the day of the event.

  • Keith YoungTEAMEFFORT
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    Kaelan is in KM

    Still should change the age in Motorsportreg — Should be Junior Kart A (JA): Driver must be 12-16 years old.

    Motorsportreg shows this class for this event (8-8-2020) as “Junior Kart A (ages 12-18)”
    That’s all.

    • Frank ForcinoFrank Forcino
      Moderator
      Post count: 118

      Ok I think I understand now. I’ll mess around with MotorsportsReg tomorrow and see if I can fix it.

  • kwhinzkwhinz
    Participant
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    Thanks Frank for helping with Kaelan’s registration – and I have gone to the Motorsports.reg account and updated his class to “Kart Modified” just a few minutes ago. So I think we should be OK there.

    Sorry for the confusion, and looking forward to seeing everybody on Saturday.

  • kwhinzkwhinz
    Participant
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    Confirming that Kaelan will help with setup for this Saturday AM, 08 August as requested. Thanks again Frank!

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