SCORE Off-Road Racing Safety Workshop Set For July 30
Learn how to stay safe in the desert … for free
SCORE and the Stand 21 Safety Foundation know how important safety is to off-road racing, and to help keep racers safe on the course, they are hosting a free safety workshop on Saturday, July 30, at the SCORE Tech Facility. The workshop will be led by SCORE’s Roger Norman and Stand 21’s Yves Morizot, with guest speakers Tom Gideon, Former NASCAR senior director of safety, IndyCar safety consultant, Dr. Terry Trammell, and the legend himself, Ivan “Ironman” Stewart to inform drivers and co-drivers on how to stay as safe as possible while racing.
Designed to have attendees leave with practical and applicable knowledge, this workshop will not be a boring lecture but instead will feature safety information that hasn’t been heard before and can be used during the next race. Open to desert racers in every class, their race teams, and families, attendees will learn about proper use and the importance of fire protection, HANS neck restraints, helmets, harnesses and seats and how they keep you safe while racing.
Going on its fifth year, these Stand 21 Safety Foundation workshops have been integral in growing the foundations Racing Goes Safer program. With one of the most unique and dangerous racing locations in the world, Baja California, SCORE continues to help educate racers, teams, and spectators on the importance of safety in desert racing.
Scheduled for Saturday, July 30, at the SCORE Tech Facility in El Cajon, California, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., this year’s workshop will have the knowledge you need to stay safe and even a free lunch. For more information, visit racinggoessafer.org.