FSR 9/12 Fun Run info on Sep 12, 2020 (753674) | MotorsportReg.com

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FSR 9/12 Fun Run


PCA - First Settlers

Saturday, September 12, 2020
The Alpine Chef, Fredericksburg, Virginia


Registration closed September 9, 2020 9:00 PM at 2020-09-09T18:00:00-0700 Registration ends September 9, 2020 9:00 PM at 2020-09-09T18:00:00-0700 Registration opens August 21, 2020 3:00 PM at 2020-08-21T12:00:00-0700 Registration runs from August 21, 2020 3:00 PM to September 9, 2020 9:00 PM

We're at capacity for this event, but recommend registering and you'll be added to the wait list.  If we have a cancellation, we'll let you know.  

Join your FSR friends for a 9/12 Fun Run to Fredericksburg on Saturday, 12 September from the Regency Square Mall in Henrico to The Alpine Chef Restaurant in Fredericksburg.  

The route for this event, through the back roads of Hanover and Spotsylvania counties, is about 85 miles and will take about 2.5 hours, including two breaks.  We expect to arrive at the restaurant around 1PM.

Check-in starts at 10 AM at the Holly Hill Rd. entrance on the eastern side of the mall (mall address is 1420 N. Parham Rd in Henrico).  Check-in will will include two waivers. One is the usual PCA event waiver. The second is the PCA Communicable Disease Exposure (CDE) waiver described below. The CDE Waiver is good until May 2021, so if you have already submitted one at a previous event, you don’t need to re-submit. It’s actually less effort for us (we have to track them) if you only submit once.   

The Alpine Chef has a private dining room for us as well as indoor seating and their outdoor Biergarten.  We'll try to accomodate everyone's seating preference.

In the COVID world we are in, we have taken steps at both the event start and end to systematically reduce the risk of virus infection. These changes are especially evident at registration and are designed to reduce congregating and encourage sanitation.

After much work and several reviews, the FSR Board of Directors have developed the following Safety Ground rules. PLEASE READ and comply with them so we can have a fun event with low infection risk to yourself and others. 

If you have yet to submit the CDE Waiver at a previous event, please print, sign and bring one with you (every participant must have one). It’s accessible at the link below. Again, this is good until next May, so once we have yours on file, there's no need to resubmit until May 2021. We'll collect new ones at registration or check your name off the CDE roster.

PCACommunicableDiseaseWaiver202005281.pdf

ON-SITE CHECK-IN:

1.   Each participant will be required to wear a mask outside their car. Please wait in your car until a check-in slot is empty. We will begin check-in by wiping their hands with hand sanitizer first, then disposing the used wipe in a nearby trash can. (This results in only sanitized hands touching the waiver forms).

2.  You'll  be asked if we can take your temperature.   Each participant will then place in a box the dated and signed PCA Communicable Disease Waiver (CDE).  Blank CDE waivers will be available for those needing them.  We will have a package of pens in case some people forget to bring their own. Participants will keep the pen they used.

3.  Each participant then will sign the usual PCA event insurance waiver form. 

4.  Each car will be provided a numbered packet from a box, table, or other distribution method to minimize contact. The packet will include a cover letter, identification of your group lead, route instructions, maps, and an end point description. The packet will also have wrist bands for entrants. (you will put on your own wrist band) 

5.  The packet number will identify which run group each participant is in (e.g. #2-3 is the third car in group 2).

6.  Each participant will return to their car. They may be asked to move their cars to be closer to their run group leader, while maintaining social distancing. 

7.  Each run group leader will then hold a separate Drivers’ Meeting for their run group, keeping their group sizes small. After the Group-level Drivers’ Meeting, the group then may depart on the route. 

8.   We will space the run groups out a bit more than previous fun runs to support social distancing. Groups will leave in 10-15 minute intervals to reduce bunching up.

9.   At the end of the Fun Run, please do not congregate in ways that violate the CDC recommended sizes and social distancing guidelines. 

10.  With all the guidelines and administration stuff behind us, have a good time safely driving your Porsche!

  We hope to see you there!