INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRANTS OF ONE LAP OF THE MOUNTAINS
2020 “MOUNTAIN MOTORING” VERSION – Friday, September 11, 2020
This year’s special version of “One Lap of the Mountains” has been designed to comply with the NC Phase II restrictions. Every effort is being made to protect participants from exposure to covid-19. Please read the following guidelines carefully. These rules will be in effect for our 2020 running of the event.
“One Lap of the Mountains- Speciale”- open to all interesting cars
“One Lap of the Mountains- Classic”- open to pre-1960 cars
1. Face masks are required at all times in Kelsey Hutchinson Park. Surgical masks will be provided at no charge.
2. Interactions are designed to keep at least six feet of spacing between participants while not in their cars. We ask that you follow directions from our event staff who will be wearing yellow vests.
3. Participants will register and pickup this year’s route instructions at the registration table.
4. Each registration includes two HMF hats and a 2020 Mountain Motoring poster. These items will be placed on the “honor system” merchandise table where you can select two hats in the color of your choice and one poster. To help with your hat selection, the colors are: Navy, Stone, Wine, Light Blue, and Orange.
5. To avoid a large group, only one person from each car will attend the driver’s meeting when instructed. The leader will have a megaphone so participants can spread out.
6. Each morning there will be a drawing, prior to the driver’s meeting, to determine the winner of the “Porsche Driving Experience.”
7. Unlike previous years, for 2020, less effort will be made to keep the cars in a contiguous group. Each car will receive detailed route information and can travel at its own pace, stopping for restrooms and refreshments as needed.
8. Be sure to reset your odometer as you leave K-H Park.
9. Lunch will be served at the Cupboard Café in Dillard GA. Individuals purchase their own food- menu attached for your reference. A large room has been reserved for our group with table spacing to allow social distancing. There are also covered outdoor seating options available. Participants have the option to bring their own food and eat in their car to reduce contact with others.
10. Be sure to reset your odometer upon leaving the Cupboard Café.
11. The event ends upon returning to Highlands. You are on your own to socialize or leave. Remember face masks are required in all public spaces in Highlands.
12. Participants should consider bringing their own road beverages, cooler, and snacks.
13. Thank you for participating. All proceeds go to three human needs based groups- Highlands Literacy Council, Community Care Clinic, and REACH of Macon County.
14. Thank you for following our guidelines and keeping everyone safe.