Time Trials - Between the Bridges

A Driver, A Vehicle, A Clock

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Entry Procedures:

Time Trials - Between the Bridges is a competitive event for authentic vintage and historic cars. It is a “Hillclimb” or “Time Trial” style event, where cars will run one at a time against the clock.

The Application for Entry may be downloaded from the event website and must be sent to the official address or email listed in the application. All Applications for Entry must be received by September 10, 2019 .

Accepted Entries must be limited in each class, due to the nature of the event, the amount of time required for all cars to complete the programmed runs through the circuit, and physical limitations of space in the paddock. The organizers may accept or reject any Application for Entry to ensure that a broad range of appropriate cars can compete. The organizers may, at their discretion, maintain a “waiting list;” cars may be added from this list to replace accepted entries which are unable to participate. The decision to accept or reject any car and/or driver is solely that of the organizers, and their decisions cannot be challenged or appealed. All Applications for Entry will receive a reply, accepting or rejecting the entry (and its addition to a waiting list if appropriate). Submission of an Application for Entry for Chattanooga MotorCar Festival shall be considered as an implicit undertaking by the Competitor that he or she is familiar with and undertakes to comply and ensure compliance with the contents of the Chattanooga MotorCar Festival Regulations, and any other rules or regulations under which the Chattanooga MotorCar Festival and Chattanooga MotorCar Festival events may be run. Further, the Competitor agrees that he or she recognizes Chattanooga MotorCar Festival as the sole competent jurisdiction, subject to any rights of Appeal, and that he or she thus undertakes not to submit suits to arbitrators or other jurisdictions on the basis of circumstances deriving from the organization of the event and the running of the competition itself; and that he or she relieves Chattanooga MotorCar Festival the organizers, and the Competition Officials and staff from any third-party liability for injury and damage suffered by himself or herself as Competitor, or by his or her drivers, passengers, employees and property.

 

 

Vehicles
and Drivers

Drivers are expected to compete in a gentlemanly spirit of fair play, with respect for their competitors, the cars, these Regulations, and Chattanooga MotorCar Festival and the event location property.

All Competitors/Drivers participating in Chattanooga MotorCar Festival must hold a 2018 - 2019 competition license from any of the following: FIA, ACCUS/FIA, GrandAm, IMSA/ALMS, SCCA, HMSA, HSR, SVRA, VSCCA, or SOVREN. Chattanooga MotorCar Festival will be the final authority for recognition of all licenses. Competitors/Drivers who wish to compete using a license not listed above must contact the Chattanooga MotorCar Festival Administrator.

All Competitors/Drivers must present a copy of their competition license attached to their Application for Entry.

All vehicles are required to present a neat and finished appearance, with no obvious body damage. Cars which do not meet this standard in the sole determination of the organizer will not be permitted to compete.


 

All vehicles will be entered in one of the following classes:

  1. BRASS & TIN up to 1920

  2. Pre - WWII Sports and Racing Cars, 1920 until WWII

  3. Front - engined Grand Prix

  4. Sports/GT Racing cars, ’50s & ‘60s Small bore, under 2.0 L

  5. Sports/GT Racing cars, ‘50s & ‘60s Large bore, over 2.0

  6. Sports/GT Racing cars ‘70s under 3.0 L

  7. Sports/GT Racing cars ‘70s over 3.0 L

  8. Rear - engined open wheel formula cars, F1, F5000, FB cars

  9. CanAm/Works Championship Cars prior to 1974

  10. Exhibition Class (includes modern SuperCar)

Classes