The event schedule has been updated. There are 9 events scheduled for the 2020 MMSC Autoslalom Series:
- Sunday, July 5 (Moncton Coliseum)
- Sunday, July 19 (Moncton Coliseum)
- Sunday, August 2 (Moncton Coliseum)
- Sunday, August 16 (Moncton Coliseum)
- Friday, September 4 (Slalom@Slemon, Test & Tune, non-point event)
- Saturday, September 5 (Slalom@Slemon, Day 1)
- Sunday, September 6 (Slalom@Slemon, Day 2)
- Sunday, September 20 (Moncton Coliseum)
- Sunday, September 27 (Moncton Coliseum)
Of the 9 scheduled events, 8 are points events which will count towards the 2020 MMSC Autoslalom Championships. The lowest event will be dropped. All events will be held under CNSR General Competition Rules and Autoslalom Regulations. Documents can be found here:
Organizer: Ming Wong / Graham McCrea
Registrar: Darrell Tower / Shawn Gayton
Timing and Scoring: Ray Bastille / Ming Wong
Scrutineer: Josh Johnson / Dave Armstrong
Additional Details for Events at the Moncton Coliseum:
Location: Moncton Coliseum
Entry Fee: $40/competitor. Competitors must be an active member of an affiliated club.
Registration: Register online at http://www.mmsc.ca/autoslalom/solosport-on-line-entry-form/
- 9:00am – Setup
- 11:00am – Registration/Tech Opens
- 12:30pm – Driver’s Meeting
- 1:00pm – First Car on Course
- 4:00pm – End of Runs/Cleanup
Additional Details for Slalom@Slemon Event:
Autoslalom Procedures and Guidelines During Provincial State of Emergency and Restrictions
A copy of these procedures and guidelines will be available on hand for easy reference.
All published procedures and guidelines will be communicated prior and during the event.
Staff and participants are encouraged to provide their own supplies. Supplies such as hand sanitizer, disposable face masks, cleaners/disinfectants, and waste receptacles should be available to event staff and participants.
All competitors must pre-register online. At the discretion of the Organizer, online registration may be available during the event.
Acceptable means of remote or touch-less payment should be allowed. The payments methods should be defined in the Supplementary Regulations. The Organizer shall provide full and flexible refunds for cancellations so participants who feel unwell do not feel obligated to attend.
Everyone at the event must sign a waiver. It must be witnessed in person at the event. Hands should be sanitized before and after signing.
The number of participants (including all staff, competitors, crew), shall not exceed the maximum number allowed by Provincial regulations.
2 metres distance will be observed by everyone at all times unless they are part of the family and friends bubble as defined by current Provincial regulations. This applies to competitors sharing a vehicle, crew members, and passengers.
A maximum of two (2) crew members per competitor is allowed.
Spectators are not permitted in the event area. Spectators should be directed to view outside the designated event area.
Only essential and on-duty workers are allowed in specialty work areas, e.g. timing and scoring.
The organizer may opt for a course drive instead of course walks.
Worker stations will be limited to 2 workers per station.
Face masks are required. They must be worn at all times. Exception when a competitor is in their vehicle; they may need to be removed to pull on required protective equipment such as helmets.
Gloves are not mandatory, however participants are encouraged to bring their own and wear them to discourage the touching of eyes, mouth, nose. Hands should be sanitized whenever they are removed.
Vehicles will paddock with additional space between them, at least 2 meters apart.
Clean/disinfect frequently touched surfaces when used and during worker shift changes (e.g. tables, pens, keyboards, radios).
There will be hand washing or hand sanitizer station(s) at the event site.
Sharing of equipment such as helmets are not permitted.
There will be a designated Safety Monitor official. The Safety Monitor should ensure that all safety procedures are being followed.
Scrutineering will be performed by the competitor with oversight by the Scrutineer.
Tech workers should wear nitrile glove and sanitize hands to avoid cross-contamination from handling gear or equipment.
Any participant who begins to feel unwell shall immediately remove themselves from the site and seek appropriate treatment. In such a case, a competitor is entitled to a full refund.
If any participant fails to abide by safety procedures, they may be excluded from the event at any time and asked to leave the event site immediately.
The Organizer reserves the right to obtain information at any time during the event from participants regarding their health status and take appropriate steps. The Organizer reserves the right to provide information to Public Health Authorities if and when a duly authorized or lawful request is made.