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Old 07-30-2014, 11:15 PM
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Default Summer Convention 2014

Summer Convention is coming up fast. Tomorrow is the last day that you can send in your per-registration and T-shirt order.

You can click on the attachment and print it off and send it in. Or you can pay at the gate.

We will try to attach a copy of the info packets as soon as they are printed so everyone can see the schedule ahead of time.

Any questions please feel free to call me anytime 360-six zero zero - 53 zero zero. Or email moparman63@yahoo.com

Thanks,

Marty Tilford



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Old 07-31-2014, 07:31 PM
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Default Information packet for Summer Convention

Here is a copy of the information packet for Summer Convention.





Summer Convention

August 15-17, 2014
HAPP’S ETHEL, WA



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Welcome 3
Calendar of Events 4
Judges 5
Course Information 6
Barrels 6
Obstacle 6
Cross Country 6
Team Relay 6
Bracket Drags 7
Competition Modified & “X” Class Drags 8
Kids Courses 9
Awards 10
Special Awards 10
Competition Special Trophies 11
Coming Events 15

WELCOME
Thank you for coming to Summer Convention 2014, hosted Region 3.

A few friendly reminders:
• PNW4WDA competition and safety rules apply.
• If you plan to race a side-by-side and a competition rig (including street and trail) you must race the competition rig first.
• There will be no pleasure driving on the site. All vehicles, including race rigs, ATV’s, motorcycles, and side-by-sides, will be parked after racing.
• Speed limit is five (5) miles per hour, strictly enforced. Racing is on the track only. Any vehicle horseplay may be cause for removal.
• Please maintain safety in all areas, be especially watchful of children.
• Alcoholic beverages are not to be consumed by persons under 21 years of age. If the rule is not followed, the entire club may be disqualified and/or asked to leave.
• No motorcycle or ATV riding.
• No motorized vehicles allowed in the spectator area.
• Please use designated barrels for garbage.
• There is to be no walking of the courses after the first rig has ran each day. Walking the courses needs to happen before the first rig or in the evening after all racing is completed on the course for the day.
• Top Eliminator Bracket Drags will be immediately following the completion of brackets on Friday afternoon, not Saturday morning.
• And most importantly, have a safe, fun and exciting weekend!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Thursday
4:00 PM Tech inspection opens
8:00 PM Tech inspection closed
Friday
8:00 AM Tech inspection opens
8:30 AM Drivers meeting at the Tower
9:00 AM Courses open
4:00 PM Courses closed (exception: Drags)
8:00 PM Tech inspection closed
Saturday
8:00 AM Tech inspection opens
8:30 AM Drivers meeting at the Tower
9:00 AM Courses open
10:00 AM Tech inspection closed
(if you need tech after 10:00 am, please find a
competition chairman)
4:00 PM Courses closed (exception: Drags)
TBD Top Eliminator Competition
6:00 PM Music at the Gazebo.
6:30 PM Awards at the grand stand
Winners of the special awards announced
(see info on page 10)
Team Relay signups
7:00- 12:00 All Star Music at the Gazebo.
Sunday
8:00 AM Drivers meeting at the Tower
8:30 AM Team Relay Competition
Region Challenge
Street and Trail Challenge
Club Challenge
TBD Relay Awards

JUDGES
PNW4WDA Competition Chairman: Dave Taylor
Primary Course Track Steward: Kyle Wiebold, Push-N-Pulls
Drag Course Track Steward: Tony Landauer, 4 At A Time
Course Chairman:
Barrels: Steve Zentner, Push-N-Pulls
Obstacle: Marty Tilford, Vancouver 4 Wheelers
Cross Country: Zach Zentner, Under The Hill Gang,
Push-N-Pulls
Drags: Tony Landauer, 4 At A Time
Relay: Marty Tilford


Course Information
BARRELS
Course Chairman: Steve Zentner, Push-N-Pulls
Days & Hours: Friday & Saturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Last vehicle sign hung at 3:30 PM
OBSTACLE
Course Chairman: Marty Tilford, Vancouver 4 Wheelers
Days & Hours: Friday & Saturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Last vehicle sign hung at 3:30 PM
CROSS COUNTRY
Course Chairman: Zach Zentner, Under The Hill Gang
Days & Hours: Friday & Saturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Last vehicle sign hung at 3:30 PM
13 to 15 year olds are permitted to run on the cross country course.
TEAM RELAY
Course Chairmen: Marty Tilford, Vancouver 4 Wheelers
Days & Hours: Sunday 8:30 AM
Team signups at Awards on Saturday night
If there is enough interest, Street & Trail will have their own runoff.
Under the Hill Gang relay teams will run in the Region Challenge.

BRACKET DRAGS
Course Chairman: Tony Landauer, 4 At A Time
Days & Hours:
Friday: 9:00 to 10:30 AM time runs.
11:00 AM – Completion Elimination runs.
Top Eliminator Bracket Drags will start immediately following the completion of bracket drag eliminations.


COMPETITION MODIFIED & “X” CLASS DRAGS
Course Chairman: Tony Landauer, 4 At A Time
Days & Hours: Saturday 9:00 AM – until finished


Running Order: Classes H – A
X–Class & Competition Modified are broken down by actual cubic inch displacement.
Competition Modified Class Breakdown:
Classes are separated by actual vehicle weight, with driver, divided by actual cubic inch displacement
Class Men Women
A/B 0.00 – 7.99 0.00 – 7.99
C 8.00 – 8.99 8.00 – 8.99
D 9.00 – 9.99 9.00 – 9.99
E 10.00 – 10.99 10.00 – 10.99
F 11.00 – 11.99 11.00 – 11.99
G 12.00 – 13.49 12.00 & Up
H 13.50 & Up
X-Class Breakdown:
Unlimited category will consist of vehicles of any kind that cannot meet the Competition Modified rules.
There are two classes for X-Class: X-Class A (4WD) or X-Class B (2WD)
Class Men Women
A/B 0.00 – 8.49 0.00 – 8.49
C 8.50 & Up 8.50 & Up

KIDS COURSES
Barrels
Kids will run on the same course as adults.
Obstacle
Kids will run on the same course as adults.
Cross Country
13 to 15 year olds are permitted to run on the cross country course.
Pull Toys
Course Chairman: Suzanna Tilford, Vancouver 4 Wheelers
Location: grassy area behind the bleachers by the main tower.
Days & Hours: Saturday: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.



Awards
SPECIAL AWARDS
The following SPECIAL AWARDS are presented to individuals within the Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association, on an annual basis, by their peers, in recognition of their outstanding dedication to the goals and principles that make this Association one to which we can all be proud to claim membership.
Bill Hartz Memorial Award
Donated in 1972 by the members of the Santian Four Wheel Drive Association, Skagit Broncos and Skagit Hillclimbers. To be awarded in recognition of superior Sportsmanship shown by a man in the PNW4WDA. The trophy will be presented each year at the PNW4WDA Summer Convention.
Every club sponsoring a playday will submit two (2) men’s names, ranked in first and second, within (10) days after the playday.
The trophy will be a rotating trophy and the time included for determination of the winner will run from PNW4WDA Summer Convention to PNW4WDA Summer Convention.
The name that is submitted the most frequently will be the winner. In case of a tie, a vote by the delegates on the names submitted will be held at the PNW4WDA Summer Convention.
The trophy must be displayed at every playday that the recipient attends the following year.
The trophy is to be awarded on a sportsmanship basis only.
Kathy Sterner Memorial Award
Donated in 1976 by the members of the Longview Trailbreakers, Inc.
To be awarded in recognition of superior dedication to PNW4WDA by a woman.
This trophy will run from Winter Convention to Winter Convention and will be administered by the three (3) State Directors.
Camp Trophy
Donated by the Tacoma Webfooters 4X4 Club
To be awarded at PNW4WDA Summer Convention each year
Camps will be judged on three (3) basic principles
1) Cleanliness
2) Attractiveness
3) Theme best depicting four wheeling
Camp Trophy continued
Each item will count equally in judges’ decision
Judging committee will consist of
1) PNW4WDA president’s spouse, who will be committee chairperson
2) A minimum of five (5) spouses of association officers
3) One (1) Tacoma Webfooter delegate
The trophy will be a rotating trophy and will run PNW4WDA Summer Convention to PNW4WDA Summer Convention.
COMPETITION SPECIAL TROPHIES
The following Special Trophies are presented to individuals and groups within in Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association, on an annual basis, in recognition of their outstanding ability on a competition level.
Top Eliminator Men
Donated by the Tacoma Webfooters 4X4 Club. To be awarded in recognition of superior driving ability in 4X4 competition events
A) For each class, entrant with the fastest combined time from three primary events, i.e. Barrels and Obstacle and Cross Country, will be eligible for run for Top Eliminator trophy
B) Each eligible entrant will run once, for time (which will be timed by electronic timing device(s) on Team Relay course or portion thereof. Each run will have a backup timing system. In the event of the failure of the electronic timing device(s), the backup system will be used as the official time for that run
C) In the event of no Team Relay course, a neutral course will be chosen by competition officials
D) The fastest time on the specified course will be declared Top Eliminator
E) The trophy will be a rotating trophy and will run PNW4WDA Summer Convention to PNW4WDA Summer Convention
F) 1992 For each class entrant, the fastest time from EACH of the primary events will be combined to determine who will be eligible to run off for Top Eliminator Trophy.
1. Barrels 2. Obstacle 3. Cross Country
Example:
Fastest Barrel Run 19.2
Obstacle 22.5
Cross Country 30.5
Total 72.2
In the event the track is watered, choose up to 15 volunteer to run the track to make conditions equal for all Top–E competitors

Top Eliminator Women
Donated by the Tacoma Webfooters 4X4 Club. To be awarded in recognition of superior driving ability in 4X4 competition events
A) Rules are the same as in the regular Men’s Top “E”
Top Eliminator Men & Women Street & Trail
Donated by the Thunder Trucks 4X4 club. To be awarded in recognition of superior driving ability in 4X4 Street & Trail competition events
A) Rules are the same as in the regular Men’s Top “E”
Club Challenge Team Relay Men
Donated by the Northwest Mountain Cruisers, Inc. Four Wheel Drive Club. To be awarded in recognition of superior driving ability, as a team, at PNW4WDA Summer Convention each year
A) The PNW or its representative will determine the winners
B) The PNW or its representative will present the trophy in the name of the Northwest Mountain Cruisers to the yearly winner with the following specifications
1) The trophy must be returned each year to the PNW or its representative so it may be presented to the new winning team
2) The engraving will be the responsibility of the winning team and will be limited to the team’s name the year they won only. Engraving will be of the same style and size as the first entry which is that of the Northwest Mountain Cruisers
3) The yearly–winning tram will be responsible for the trophy’s good condition and safekeeping. Should the trophy be lost or severely damaged, the present holding club will be responsible to the N.M.C. for its like replacement, including all engraving or $100.00, which will be designated to the replacement of such trophy by the N.M.C.
4) The trophy will be returned to the N.M.C. at anytime the PNW retires its presentation or should the named event be cancelled
Club Challenge Team Relay Women
Donated by the Region III Competition Committee of the Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association. To be awarded in recognition of superior driving ability, as a team, at PNW4WDA Summer Convention each year.
A) This is a traveling trophy, and will stay a traveling trophy from here on out
B) PNW4WDA Summer Convention 1980 will be the first year; this trophy will be challenged for, at PNW4WDA Summer Convention
C) The trophy will be given each year by a chairman of the winning club and the acting Region III Competition Chairman, (or acting co–chairman)
D) Each year it will be the winning club’s responsibility to have the trophy engraved
E) At the 1981 Summer Convention, the 1980 winner will turn the trophy over (at Summer Convention) with a bottle of Champagne
F) The trophy is a big loving cup. Each year it will be presented with a bottle of champagne on ice.
Willard Carpenter Memorial Trophy
In memory of Willard Carpenter, former member of Muk ‘N’ Mud and, prior to his death, member of The Capitol City Jeep Club, who died of cancer at the age of 32. These two clubs initiated this trophy.
Because of the enthusiasm Willard showed in Jeeping and particular interest in children. Donated for Award at a playday in 1979 by Capitol City Jeep Club and Muk ‘N’ Mud Unlimited; transferred to PNW4WDA Summer Convention in 1981. To be awarded to Top Eliminator on children’s driving course.
A) This is a rotating trophy and will be presented each year at the PNW4WDA Summer Convention
B) This PNW or it’s representative will present the trophy in the name of Muk ‘N’ Mud Unlimited to the yearly winner with the following specifications
1) The trophy must be returned each year to the PNW or its representative so it may be presented to the new winner
2) The members of Muk ‘N’ Mud Unlimited will present an engraved plaque to the outgoing winner as a permanent remembrance
3) The yearly winner is responsible or the good care and safe keeping of the trophy, and is responsible for replacement, including engraving, if the trophy is lost, stolen, or severely damaged
C) To be awarded to the boy or girl (15 or under) who has fastest combined time on Obstacle and Barrels Courses
D) The trophy will be returned to Muk ‘N’ Mud Unlimited at any time the PNW retires its presentation or should the named event be cancelled
E) For each class entrant, the fastest time from each of the two primary events, below, will be combined to determine who will be eligible to run off for the Willard Carpenter Memorial Trophy
1) Barrels
2) OB Course
F) EXAMPLE: Fastest Barrel Run 19.2 + OB Course 22.5 = Total 41.7

Thank you for attending!
Have a safe trip home.

PNW4WDA Competition Committee
Competition Chairman
Dave Taylor
Region 1
Steven Holm
Region 2
Jon O’Brien
Region 3
Marty Tilford
Region 4
Kevin and Teri Mohan
Region 6
Virgil Osborne




Upcoming Events
Summer’s End Play Day
August 30- Sept. 1 at Ethel
Hosted by Overbored Racing
Contact: Shawn Churchill at 253-279-5889
Fall Delegates Meeting
September 13 Longview, WA
Hosted by Region 3
Contact: Carol Jensen 360-577-0111

Team Trophy Challenge
September 13-14, Tillamook State Forest
Contact: Teresa Sullivan oregontrophychallenge@gmail.com

Operation Shore Patrol
September 20th at multiple locations
Region 1: Ocean Shores (Angela Holm 253-529-9482)
Region 2: Westport/Grayland (Kurt and Joy Mehr 360 897-2085
Region 3: Long Beach (Kyle Wiebold 360-772-5682)

No Roads Required 4x4 Show at PIR Portland, OR
September 20th brought to you by Fast Specialties, Piston’s Wild, and Region 3. For more info go to www.pnw4wda.org

Winter Convention
February 13-15 TBD
Hosted by PNW Board of Directors

Silver Ridge Ranch Race
Hosted by Doo Wop Ditty Dirt Club.
Date to be Determined.


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Marty Tilford
Proud PNW4WDA member since birth (38 years)
2005 Dodge Ram 2500
1946 CJ-2A trail Jeep
1946 CJ-2A race Jeep
Comp #3500
1976 CJ-5 Hunting Jeep/ Daily driver
Vancouver 4 Wheelers Vice President and Treasurer

www.vancouver4wheelers.net
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