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Be advised Thunderhil Raceway has a 103 sound limit and mufflers are required. We wanted to remind you of these requirements and let you know they will be strictly enforced. This means anyone attending events at Thunderhill should be fully prepared to follow these requirements. If you are over the 103 limit, you will be blacked flagged. Thunderhill will then give you an opportunity to correct the problem. Once you are back out on track, if you are still over the 103 limit you will be asked to trailer the car or motorcycle for the rest of the day.
We wanted to give you this friendly reminder so you can come prepared and are not caught off guard by sound issues. As always we want you to have a great experience whenever you attend events at Thunderhill Raceway!
A host of experienced two-wheel riders visited Thunderhill Park to assess the development of the newest road course to appear on the west coast. The two-mile offering called Thunderhill West will open in May of 2014 and offer some very different and exciting riding experiences. “It’s not so much that it is a new track,” noted track GM Shannon Ell, “ as it is a very different ride.” Thunderhill West offers fifteen turns, up and down elevation changes and a 180 degree turn that features an 11 degree bank. “There is simply nothing like it in the market place anywhere,” Ell added. The shorter distance and more compact course will give riders what they want most, cornering, passing and fun. Track days on West will also offer the lowest prices available in the market and allow riders to gather up their friends and conduct riding days of their own.
Jim Thompson and the Thunderhill Grill are making it even easier to focus on racing by ensuring that you and crew never run on empty. For the 25 Hour and beyond, the Thunderhill grill will be offering convenient box lunches that are ready for pickup whenever the timing seems right, and buffet style catering with options that fit any budget.
The Thunderhill food and beverage department is an in-house full service catering department, with grill and café options. We are here to serve the needs of teams, drivers and guests along with corporate and outside special events. We are committed to ensure that each guest receives prompt, professional, friendly service and of course always with a smile. We serve the best prepared food at a fair price using only quality ingredients. We may not be the most expensive but we are the best. We treat each guest with respect and dignity and make sure we thank them for the opportunity to serve them.
The development of Thunderhill West, the nation’s newest and most unique road course, will provide track opportunities for all who want to experience its twelve-turn, two-mile configuration as early as May 1, 2014. The new track has a number of unique characteristics including an eleven degree banked sweeper turn; a gutsy sharp left following a downhill run reminiscent of Spa’s famous Eau Rouge; a very tight 180 degree switch-back and an abundance of ups and downs. The track is FIA standard 36 feet wide and will offer a complete paddock, club house for class room and food service uses plus garages, decks and bathrooms with showers.
The sun is setting in the west over a beautiful day at Thunderhill Park. The carvings of the new track to be called Thunderhill West are clearly evident on the ridge shadowed by the sunset. SCCA members, including racers, workers and officials, are telling stories about the action on the track, there personal adventures since their last gathering and family tales of sons and daughters and others in their daily life. Beer, wine and snacks collect everyone under the canopy. This is the SCCA family doing what they enjoy at the track their leadership inspired. It is an October evening in 70 degree weather surrounded by the agricultural back drop of walnut trees, almond trees, olives, cotton fields’, and dry grass. It is a great scene to experience and an awesome experience to remember. It is Thunderhill Park, October 19, 2013.