• EAST COAST BASH 2013! – June 29/30 – Raceway Park, Englishtown, NJ

    Posted on June 3, 2013 by in News

    It’s time to party! Another rad weekend of drifting and high fives and drinking and dance parties is going to be here in a few weeks.

    Registration is now open and space is limited. We are going to keep the numbers down a little this year so that everyone gets a ton of track time. Each group will be limited to 40 drivers per day. Since it’s ECB, B and C group will not be sharing the track. The track will still be split but it each group will get their own time. The schedule we will be using will give each group about 4 hours of track time on Saturday and a little less on Sunday.

    Spectator tickets are $15 for one day or $25 for the whole weekend. Sneaky Pete’s will be open serving drinks for all spectators and drivers when they are done for the day. There will be food stands serving some delicious meals. We will have some shops and other vendors there with some stuff set up. We will have some new and some old Club Loose merch available for sale. And there’s going to be a ton of rad cars and dudes there to hang out with. What more could you ask for in a weekend?

    Registration

    Use the Paypal button below to register. Registration is open until we hit our limits or Wednesday, June 26 at 11:59PM. Late payments will not be accepted and might not be refunded. If there are any issues email us at ClubLoose@gmail.com.


    Day/Group




    Paypal has also been bugging us about letting you guys know about Bill Me Later. When you register, you will have this option. You can finance your payment for 6 months without having to pay any interest if it is all paid off by the end of that time or something like that. Either way, it means that even if you’re broke now, you can still register. So now there’s even less excuses.

    Schedule

    Saturday
    Gates open at 7AM.
    Gates open for spectators at 10AM.
    Drivers Meeting at 10AM.
    Drifting starts at 10:15AM.
    Drifting stops at 10:00PM.
    Partying stops at 2AM.

    Sunday
    Gates open at 8AM.
    Gates open for spectators at 10AM.
    Drivers Meeting at 10AM.
    Drifting starts at 10:15AM.
    Drifting stops at 6PM.
    Then we go home.

    Drivers Meeting

    Drivers meeting is mandatory. You must attend the drivers meeting before going on track. If you miss the drivers meeting at 10AM for any reason, there might be a second drivers meeting later in the day but don’t count on it. If you do not attend the drivers meeting, you will not be allowed on track.

    Tech Inspection

    Tech will be open from 7:30AM until noon on Saturday and 8:30AM until noon on Sunday. Your car must be inspected and pass tech before going out on to the track. All rules must be met, no exceptions will be given especially regarding safety equipment such as fire extinguishers or the correctly rated helmet. Make sure your car and equipment will pass tech before coming to the event. No refunds will be given for cars that do not pass. For any minor infractions that we decide to allow, you will have to spend some time in the stocks.

    The rules can be found here: 2013 Rules.

    NEXEN Tire Ordering Info

    NEXEN tires are available for ordering for the event. They can be picked up at Allen Rubber or Shipped to the track. For more information check out this thread, Nexen and Club Loose together for 2013,for all ordering information.

    Pit Rules and Conduct

    There is NO outside alcohol allowed in the pits. There will be plenty of booze at the bar for good prices. Security will be checking cars as they come in. Any alcohol found in cars will be confiscated and either we will drink it or it will be available for you to purchase back at Sneaky Pete’s.

    This should go without saying but no drinking and drifting. You can hang out in Sneaky Pete’s if you are a driver but if you are seen with a drink or try and purchase a drink, even if it’s for your old lady or something, you will lose your driver wristband and not be allowed back on track for the rest of the day. This is your only warning.

    Pit speed is 5mph everywhere. No burnouts, speeding, driving like an idiot, etc is allowed anywhere in the pits. You will get kicked out with no refund.

    Pit space will be tight so if you trailer your car there you will have the option of keeping your truck or your trailer in your pit space. If you drive your car to the track, pack everything that you can in your car because there will not be space for support vehicles in the pits.

    Camping will be allowed in the pits on Saturday night only. There is absolutely NO camping on Friday night. Each driver will be allowed 2 people to camp with them on Saturday night. You will receive the 2 guest overnight wristbands when you check in at the gate on Saturday morning. 2-day spectator tickets are required for whoever has these wristbands. The wristbands will be marked with the driver’s name. As a driver, you are responsible for the people that you give them to. If they act like idiots and do something they shouldn’t, you will be punished for it. All spectators without these wristbands will be required to leave by 2AM.

    There are NO motorized vehicles allowed to be driver in the pits after drifting ends at 10PM. The only exception is if you are leaving the track. Otherwise there is no reason to even start your drift car or support vehicle.

    There are NO other vehicles allowed in the pits at all. No mopeds, scooters, golf carts, etc. You can bring them for the staff to use if you want but you will not be operating them anywhere in the pits. If you are seen driving one, it will be confiscated for our use and will be returned in some state to you at the end of the weekend.

    Registration Cancellation or Change

    Registration can be cancelled up to 3 days before the event. After that, registration can only be transferred to another event as long as notice is sent to Club Loose no later than 4PM the Friday before the event.

    Go Drifting or Go To Hell!

    And finally, remember to tag your Instagram posts of you getting ready for the track or working on your car or driving at the track with #godrifting. And then visit Go Drifting or Go to Hell! to see what everyone else is up to.

    If you have any questions, please contact Club Loose.


22 Responsesso far.

  1. Jeff Lee says:

    This part is so fucking awesome that I had to register right away

    “We are going to keep the numbers down a little this year so that everyone gets a ton of track time. Each group will be limited to 40 drivers per day. Since it’s ECB, B and C group will not be sharing the track. The track will still be split but it each group will get their own time. The schedule we will be using will give each group about 4 hours of track time on Saturday and a little less on Sunday.”

  2. Hopefully I can get my car finished by the end of the month so I can make the trip down!

  3. Registered! Will be my first time at a club loose event as well as east coast bash. Now I just gotta survive hyperfest

  4. ECB rocked last year, just put the registration in for this year, can’t wait :)

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