AUG 1 AT 8 AM – AUG 2 AT 5 PM
It’s been a weird year so far but we couldn’t have a season that didn’t have East Coast Bash. So who’s ready for two days of drifting and partying?!?!?
Registration is now open and each group will be limited to 40 drivers per day. B and C group will get the track to themselves to get everyone a ton of seat time and keep the lines down out there. The schedule that we are using will give everyone a ton of seat time each day.
Spectator tickets are $20 for one day or $30 for the whole weekend. Spectator tickets will only be available at the gate. Spectators are also required to follow all of the Health and Safety Guidelines listed below. We are constantly watching the current state guidelines and will adjust as we learn more.
Sneaky Pete’s will be open serving drinks for all spectators and drivers when they are done for the day. There will be food trucks serving some delicious meals. We will have some shops and other vendors there with some stuff set up. We have a ton of new and some old Club Loose merch available for sale. And there’s going to be a bunch of rad cars and people there to hang out with.
Health and Safety Guidelines
Similar health and safety regulations that are being used everywhere, will be in place.
These are the guidelines for everyone who will be attending the event. If you do not follow these guidelines, you will be asked to leave without refund. These are to keep everyone safe, so don’t screw it up for everyone else.
- Social distancing whenever possible – we are loosening things up but that doesn’t mean that you can bunch up in large groups in the pits or stands
- Wear a mask when you’re in close contact with other people – so when you get to the track to check in, when you come through tech, when we do drivers meeting, when you go to the bathroom, please put on a mask for everyone’s benefit. All other times, you don’t need it but are free to wear one if you want.
- Face coverings are required when social distancing is not possible.
- No touching – you might be comfortable but other people might not be, so hugs, high fives, wedgies, etc should be saved for later
- Wash your hands, like actually wash your hands and do it more often than normal
- No viruses allowed – so if you’re sick, any kind of sick, don’t come, if you’ve been in contact recently with someone who has the virus, don’t come, if you even think something is wrong, don’t come, just stick it out a little longer and come back when you’re feeling great