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4/6 JenningsGP Race

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4/6 JenningsGP Race
« on: March 27, 2014, 10:01:36 am »
The paddock is small and there is quite a large amount of us judging by RRR and Homestead. I've never attended a CCS race at Jennings. How do they manage to fit everyone in and how likely are we to have an outlet open?
Also I have read in this forum that the Florida region fees are different from the standard fees? 100$ - practice 55$ first and each race after. Is this true?
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Re: 4/6 JenningsGP Race
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2014, 10:11:03 pm »
Yes the fees are correct. For more information contact Henry DeGouw at (561)793-3394.

JGP is a track much like RRR. To some degree stuck back in the woods but surrounded by rural housing. Concrete pads are limited and thus electric is also limited. Breakers are easily over-run by the users and do it is best to bring your own generator. Camping is allowed without a charge for camping unless you want a RV style outlet. At night it is possible to pirate some electric from one of the outlets not in use by tire warmers.

Everyone will fit but not all will be up front by the concrete. Your paddock will be on the grass by your trailer. A quick trip across the grass and make certain to scrub the tires during the sighting lap.
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