Unfortunately we have found it necessary to CANCEL this event. Inclement weather forecast for the September 28 event necessitates this decision.
The original textual description of this event appears below; however, we reiterate that this event has been CANCELLED due to inclement weather.
Join us Saturday September 28, 2019 between 4:30 PM and 7:30 PM on Center street south between 12 Ave and 7th Avenue, in High River, AB
GPS coordinates 50.572613 -113.872436
Bring your best ‘A’ game and drive your ‘classic’ in the Burn Out.
Registration will be onsite in the open area between Centre Street and 1st Street SW.
Note: Registration is restricted to the first 80 vehicles which successfully pass inspection, with the registration fee for 2019 set at $50 per vehicle.
All participants must complete registration before proceeding into the Event. Vehicles must have current registration and drivers must present a currently valid Driver’s License.
Be aware that Minors are not permitted in your vehicle when it is in the Burn Out Zone
Following Registration vehicles will proceed North on Center Street, looping on to 1st Street SW entering the NAPA Inspection Lane.
Be aware that vehicles MUST pass NAPA Inspection before entering the Burn Out Zone. Inspected vehicles will be provided with a windshield decal and #. Those details will enable our Event Announcer to identify your vehicle.
The Burn Out Zone includes 3 staging areas on Centre Street South, between 11th Avenue and 8th Avenue. Participants will follow the instructions of their starter.
During their Burn Out, vehicles must remain in 1st gear and all break stands will be limited to 15 seconds and 50′. Under no circumstance will any stunting be allowed. Brake stands will be restricted to the 3 staging areas.
Once the 3 are staging area have cleared we will re-stage another 3 vehicles and repeat the process.
Participants may then loop to 1st Street SW, returning to the back of the queue for another Burn Out or proceed into the Downtown Cruise Area.
RCMP will be out in full force to ensure that all rules of the road are adhered to.