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Coronavirus Update

August 24, 2020

To Our Autocross Friends and Family

We have been monitoring the Covid-19 situation and the mandates from the mayor and governor, so we have not yet been able to produce a schedule for Autocross this season.

The Good news is that the intrastate road system travel ban has been lifted as of 4/24/20, so we can at least travel to venues. The 20 person limit for gatherings is still in place, and we are working on trying to have events possibly as soon at May 2-3 and 9-10, pending authorization from the Facility and Mat-Su borough.

Keep watching the website and Facebook pages for updates, as things change daily.

Thanks for your patience


Safety Guidelines During Events

COVID19 guidelines for Autocross: 
Adapted from:
6 foot distancing, and farther apart if running or exerting yourself.  
Bring a mask, and generally wear a mask when not in your car.    
Avoid touching or handling surfaces that others have touched without handwashing in between. 
Remember cough/sneeze etiquette -- into your elbow. 
Generally, sanitize hands often. 
Have disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer available, suggest people bring some of their own as
No shared food, drink, or eating supplies.  
Spread out grid/paddock, use every other spot and organizers should leave plenty of space. 
We can demarcate 6ft for the registration area worker.  Put a table between them. 
Waiver signing is self-serve. Have wipes to clean the pen between uses or use your own pen.
‘Self-Tech with oversight’ per nationals.
If tech person must help, wear disposable gloves, avoid getting into any cars.
No loaner helmets, or 1 per person first come first served, use balaclava, keep it all day, then
wipe it down before returning it.  
Rope off timing area, no loitering nearby.  
Only 1-2 corner workers per corner, stay apart, no sharing vests. 
Wipe down shared equipment when you are finished with it (timing, radios, flags). 
No ride-alongs among non-household members.
Consider dividing course setup and takedown into sections and have one person for each
section.  Or wear disposable gloves and don't touch your face until complete and you've sanitized
your hands.  
Register online only? 
Attestation, either during registration or the morning of the event:
No person with new symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, loss of smell/taste) or
fever within 3 days should attend
No person with known exposure or travel out of the state within 14 days should attend
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