Total Chaos - Night of Radials
 

June 25, 2020

   Story courtesy of:  MDIR

 

 

Maryland International Raceway ™ (MDIR) has added a new event to the 2020 season. The name of the event says it all, Total Chaos Night of Radials. This is an open test night on Saturday, July 18th for all drag radial cars, pro cars, slick cars, grudge cars and more. Both the Coors Light lane and the Napa Auto Parts lane at MDIR will be radial prepped. The staging lanes will be simple, 1/8th mile regular time, 1/8th mile no time, Ό mile regular time and Ό mile no time. All lanes will run on a .400 pro tree. Gates will open at 3pm with testing, callouts, and grudge races running from 5pm to midnight. This is a racer’s dream to have full on radial testing under the lights at MDIR in prime conditions. This never-before-done test session is certainly one not to miss! Racers can test for $150. Crew member admission for adults is $20, Juniors 12-15 are $10, children 11 & Under are free. Non-Judged Car Show entry is $10. Racers that are traveling are welcome to stay overnight and leave Sunday.

An additional Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness event has also been added to the 2020 season on Friday, July 17th. All of our Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness classes will be running at this event. All prices, entry fees, and times will be the same as any Speed Unlimited Midnight Madness event. There will also be a non-judged car show at this event.
 



Check Out the Event Page for More Info!

 

MDIR GUIDELINES:

• Events will be open to participants, their family and crew only, with a maximum of 10 people total (including driver) on any race team.

• No spectators will be permitted. Crew and family must enter with the participant or leave names at the gate for a late-arriving family or crew member.

• All race trailers, both open and enclosed, must be parked in every-other 12’ pit space. That way, a trailer is taking up one 12’ space and there is an empty 12’ space for race vehicle, family and crew beside it. No trailers can be parked side-by-side. This will help ensure social distancing.

• All additional vehicles that come into the pits must park in front of the race car in your pit area or in the Pitside parking lot… NO EXCEPTIONS.

• All staff and participants will be wearing masks in any indoor structures, restrooms, tower, etc. and outdoors anywhere proper social distancing is not achievable. Masks will not be required outdoors with proper social distancing, but they are recommended.

• Hand washing/sanitizing must be done on a regular basis.

• The tower will have restricted access and will be limited to essential staff only.

• The crews will be limited on the starting line and front of the staging lanes, with social distancing extremely enforced. Our security staff and starting line staff will closely monitor this area to prevent unauthorized gathering.

• When not racing, racers are to abide by social distancing requirements. Racers and crew members will be required to stay within their own pit areas when not racing.

• Each group must have adequate PPE for each crew member and must wear masks when required. All groups will be required to acquire their own PPE and bring it with them to the track.

• Our restrooms are equipped with hands free fixtures. Restrooms will be cleaned, stocked and sanitized throughout the day or evening. All Pitside portlets will be moved and taken out of service.

• Concessions will be open, and lines will be marked for proper social distancing. Concession stand will follow all guidelines in place for local food service businesses. We will be open with a limited menu of food items that must be consumed within your pit area or in the grandstands with proper social distancing but not in front of our concession area.

We are excited about re-opening the track
and are looking forward to seeing everyone again.