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Weather Policy

110 Club, LLC runs their events RAIN OR SHINE.  We can not predict the weather but we will do everything we can to assure that conditions for driving are as safe as they can possibly be.   Safety is our #1 priority.   

Pocono has a weather policy that if there is lightning with in a 10 mile radius of the track, they must halt all driving operations.  Once the first lightning strike with 10 miles is recorded, they must wait 30 minutes to see if there are any more strikes within that 10 miles radius.  Every time there is a strike with in 10 miles of the track, the clock resets.  Again this is for the safety of both the drivers, specators and Pocono staff.  


 If we loose the majority of the day due to rain, I will do my best to offer some sort of discount for the the next event.  But this is not a guarantee.   If you sign up and the weather is calling for rain and you choose not to show up, you will not be given a refund.   If it rains at any point during the track day, whether it be a lot or a little, and there is no lightning, and you choose to leave before the days end, you will not receive any refund.   You Drive at your Own Risk and again, we hold our track days RAIN OR SHINE.   

Please note that even if it rains, the track is still Hot and you may go out.   There is no better place to learn how to drive correctly in the rain than on a race track.   Again, the only time that we are asked to stop driving by the track is if there is Lightning that is with in a 10 mile radius of the track.   There must be no lightning strikes within 10 miles of the track for 30 minutes in order for us to be allowed back on the track.    We mainly run at Pocono and the Lightning rule is Pocono Rule, not a 110 Club rule.   This is the gamble you and I take when dealing with weather and outdoor events.  

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