& Sunday May 25th
- 26th 2013
Join us in beautiful Packwood for two days of drifting fun. This site has a
huge open expanse of pavement with nothing to hit but cones.
This event is one of the best in the Northwest for beginner drifters with a
safe course, skid pad, experienced instructors and hours of seat time to get
you drifting like a champ in no time.
To see how epic Packwood is check out this ride along video ~
Celica Panic! @ Packwood from Dustin St. Hilaire on Vimeo.
Event Quick Info
Time: 9:00am Driver
Arrival, Driver's Meeting at 9:40am, Drift Starts 10:00am. Teardown on
Sunday 4:00pm to 4:30pm
Event Chair: Derek
Contact: Email NWRSCCADrift(at)gmail.com for questions not
answered in this event listing.
Driver Reigstration Fee:
One Day $65 /
Two Day $85 - Non SCCA Member add $15 for weekend membership. (no charge for non-drivers)
and passengers must be 18 years old
or older on the day of the event. All drivers must
have a valid drivers license.
Packwood Tech Note: All cars must have a working muffler to pass tech.
keep the community happy and site available obnoxiously loud cars will not
be allowed to run.
HERE! - Reg opens 05/01/2013 @ 12:00AM
- Pre-Registration and online Pre-Pay required for this event. There
is no on site registration or payment for this event.
Check out the Facebook
Event Page for lots of info and to ask questions. Be sure to
invite your buddies!
An event has to have rules
Well, here they are:
Prior to registering and
attending be sure to read all of the rules so you know what is expected of
you and how the event will be run. Regardless of whether you read them
they will be enforced so it is best to educate your self to avoid any
situation that could potentially end your day early or worse cause us to
lose the ability to have future events.
Registration Process -
- Due to current SCCA insurance limitations
you must be 18 years old or older to drive or ride as passenger in
this event. Sorry, the insurance makes us do it!
- All drivers must have a valid drivers license.
- All drivers must pre-register and
pay online. There will be no day of on
site registration for this event.
- Only drivers need to register and pay. There is no fee or
pre-register required for non-driving attendees.
- Registration Close -05/24/2013 at 8:00 AM SHARP!
- Make sure you read the Mandatory Reading for Drivers!
- Motorsport Reg does not provide any refunds. Please do not contact
them regarding refunds.
- NWR Drift Refund Policy
- Pre-Paid entries may be converted to a credit for a future event
in the same calendar season or refunded. Entries may be canceled up
to three days prior to the event date. Cancellation notice must be
emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and include all registration
information and specify if you want to convert to a future event
credit or a refund. Include your mailing address if you are
requesting a refund. All refunds will be charged a cancellation
handling fee of $15 which will be subtracted from your pre-paid
entry and the remaining balanced sent via a mailed check within 30
days after the event date. Entries fees will not be refunded after
the event cancellation cutoff date and this includes no shows for
For full details and helpful hints on
routes, accommodations, and services download the Packwood
The site itself has covered and paved area for camping. There is no
electricity on site and it gets dark at night so plan accordingly. There
are port-a-potties, trash dumpsters, and potable water from a garden hose
For a less rustic experience there are hotels, restaurants, and full
service campgrounds in town within a mile from the site.
The nearest reliable auto parts store and tire store is 30 miles away in
Morton. Make sure to bring any spare parts you need. We recommend you
bring as many mounted spare tires as you'll need.
The SCCA insurance rules require everyone
who enters the site to sign a waiver. Everyone is legally considered a
'participant' in the event. If you want to come watch there is no charge
but you must sign the waiver. Non driving participants may watch from
the grandstands but may not enter the grid, course, or other areas
consider 'hot' at any time unless they are working in an assigned work
position. Anyone behaving in an unsafe manner will be directed to leave
the premises immediately. The grid and course areas are OFF LIMITS to
children and pets during competition. All pets MUST be leashed or
otherwise restrained. No drugs or alcohol. Respect the site by
throwing away your trash and behaving in a manner that best reflects the
- ALL MINORS (under 18
years old) must have a minor waiver filled out with a parental signature
or they cannot be allowed in the site. To get detailed information on
the insurance waivers and to print out the minor waiver form, click
Anyone who wants to photograph or video
tape the event and have access to the course must be approved by the
event chair.All photographers must have their own assistant that will
serve as their SCCA required safety spotter. The spotter must
accompany the photographer at all times while shooting footage in a
'hot' area. Any photographer found in a hot area without a spotter will
have their media access suspended for the rest of the event. The
photographer must provide copies of the photos or videos taken during
the event to the event chair within one week of the event for use on the
NWR SCCA drift web site. Credit will be given to the photographer.
Posting images online is strongly encouraged and reference to the NWR
SCCA Drift program is appreciated.
Here are a few things you
need to know about SCCA Drift events before you come.
The SCCA is a non-profit volunteer
organization. This means we rely on volunteers to plan and staff the
events and allows us to have events by drivers for drivers and keeps
event fees low. That is why the rule is that every driver must complete
their assigned work assignment. If you do not complete your assignment
you will not be allowed back to future events. Don’t worry, helping out
is fun and we do our best to put you into your preferred work position.
Drive nicely on the way
to and from the event.
When driving to and from the event it is
absolutely imperative that you obey all speed limits and traffic laws
within 20 miles of the site. Any excessive speeding or aggressive
driving could result in the loss of use of the site so drive slowly! We
must positively represent the sport to everyone in order to ensure a