23 May 2015 Kent, WA – Every Memorial Day weekend the SCCA racers and the legion of workers that man the corners, the clocks and pits and so on come to Pacific Raceways. The amount of people it takes to put on a weekend of racing is quite amazing.
8:00am sharp: All the workers gather for the days layout of what they corner they will be “cornering”. They all get a radio and log book, listen to the last minute instructions, and off the go to grab some munchies or more coffee and be ready by 9:00am for a combined day of practice and qualifying.
The two days of racing ahead is really only affected by Mother Nature, and here in the Northwest it can change rapidly so everyone prepares accordingly. A famous Boy Scout motto that really has to be thought of in the spring here.