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Up to 4 injured warfighters will participate as drivers, competing against the clock as they navigate technical courses. This is a closed course competition where warfighters are given at least three chances to post their best time. It's fast, it's fun. This event is open to the general public and is run during a regularly scheduled event by the Sports Car Club of America. VETMotorsports is providing a car, helmet and in-car instruction.
Three CAM Challenge classes (CAM-C, CAM-T, CAM-S) will give traditional and contemporary American muscle car sedans and coupes -- with front-engine, rear-wheel-drive configurations -- and American sports cars from the 1960s and 1970s a place to compete in a controlled environment. Participants must have a valid drivers license to compete.
Evolution will be holding an Evo Advantage Driving School at Quallcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA on Friday March 3rd in conjunction with event. This three hour Autocross Training program is at no cost for VETMotorsports participants and is great for any skill level, from seasoned veterans to the complete novice, and allows participants to get some great seat time and instruction before the weekends competition. The Evo Advantage typically nets participants a minimum of 15 runs with their team of National Caliber instructors. For those veterans participating all weekend this class is FREE and strongly encouraged.
Friday (if you are attending the track school)
8:00 am Report
8:45 am Evo Advantage Driving School Drivers Meeting (Mandatory)
9:15 am Evo Advantage Driving School Instructed Sessions Begins
11:00 am Share Course with Non-Evo Participants (Evo students will have a priority line)
12:00 pm Evo Program Wraps Up & Lunch
1:00 pm Report to Tech Inspection
3:30 pm Report for Registration
4:00 pm Report for course walk (course is not what was used for the school)
6:30 pm Event Welcome Party
6:45 am Report for Registration (if you failed to attend Friday)
7:00 am Report for group course walk
8:15 am Report to drivers meeting
8:35 am Report to Grid with car
9:00 - Noon Session 1 (3 Runs)
1:00 - 4:00 pm Session 2 (3 Runs)
5:30 pm Dinner with all drivers, families and workers
7:00 am Report for course walk
8:30 - Noon Session 3 (Shootout Qualifying) 3 runs
12:15 pm CAM Challenge Shootout Drivers Meeting (Drivers that fail to qualify will not be in Session 4)
12:30 - 3:30 pm Shootout Session 4
4:00 pm Awards presentation following Shootout Competition
*Scheduled times and run orders are subject to change due to local restrictions and conditions.