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SNETTERTON 300 5th & 6th JUNE 2021 PIT LANE SAFETY REGULATIONS

26 May 2021

SNETTERTON 300
5th & 6th JUNE 2021
PIT LANE SAFETY REGULATIONS

The following safety measures will be implemented during the course of the weekend at Snetterton circuit, please ensure that all your drivers and team members are briefed and understand.

  1. There will be a socially-distanced drivers briefing held at the GT Cup Race Centre on the Saturday morning and it is mandatory that driver and Team manager attend – face masks must be worn.

  2. Only essential personnel wearing a GT Cup tabard will be allowed in the pit-lane, everyone else must stay in the garage behind the line.
  1. Only two members per team are allowed on the pit wall you will be allocated wrist bands for this purpose.
  2. For this round you will be allowed to queue in the pit lane when you are told to do so and NOT BEFORE
  3. Each entry must designate a “Car Controller”. This team member must understand the seriousness of this role and will be solely responsible for the control and safety of the car while in the pit - including safely releasing the car.  This person will wear a blue tabard provided by GT CUP so they can be easily identified.
  1. The pit-lane speed for this weekend will be 50 KPH
  1. Due to the size of the pit lane, at this round 45° parking will be implemented. For clarification:
  • Cars must be positioned at 45° when parked on the apron outside the garages, with the nose of the car facing the garage
  • Cars can ONLY be pushed backwards by team personnel and MUST NOT reverse under their own power in the pit lane, at any time
  • Cars can be pushed backwards from the apron into the slow lane, but no further (i.e. not pushed into the fast lane)
  • The fast lane must be kept clear at all times
  1. All cars must be positioned nose-out when parked in their garages or awnings. Parc Fermé conditions apply after each session.

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