11.09.2020

Club Spring Mountain News - November 2020

Club Spring Mountain News - November 2020

Living the High-Performance Lifestyle

Join us for Fall Racing and Fun at the Club

01 thanksgivingWarmest Thanksgiving greetings from Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club, a desert playground for those with a passion for adrenaline-charged performance driving. Fall racing is at its best in November with perfect conditions on the track and countless options for recreation in the desert. We've got fun for the whole family with sports activities including off-roading, pickleball, racquetball and bike riding, or just relaxing with a beverage in the luxurious Clubhouse lounge. Read below about Tina's yearly Holiday Massage Specials! This month will be memorable, so make your plans to participate in the Sports Car and Prototype competitions at our next Club Race weekend November 13-15.

02 observersPlease join us in welcoming our latest Club Spring Mountain members: Chad Ellis, Steven Thomas and his wife Emily Alexander. Looking forward to seeing our newest members on the track and at the Club!

Now is the time to make lasting memories with friends, fans and loved ones with a visit to your own private escape in the desert. Call Elizabeth McGee, Membership Director, to schedule your next visit. Elizabeth can be reached via email cluboordinator@racespringmountain.com, TOLL FREE at 800.391.6891, or by cell (702) 335-5450.


Facility Development Update

Tortoise Permit and Spring Mountain Estates News

03 turtlesLast month the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service opened a 30-day public comment period on the proposed Habitat Conservation Plan for our racetrack expansion.

The move comes after Fish & Wildlife listed the Draft Environmental Assessment and Proposed Habitat Conservation Plan document on the Federal Register on October 2. After the initial comment period, the 30-day rebuttal phase begins, after which the Nevada FWS will prepare our official tortoise permit.

04 flagsConstruction at Spring Mountain Estates, our luxury residential development at the facility with 80 home and mixed-use lots, is going strong with new lots being purchased, homes nearly completed on several parcels and more dwellings scheduled to be built this season. Brad and Wendy Rambo's house is complete and the family moved in last week. Lots 72, 33 and 42 are all in the final stages of construction and will be ready for move-in during the next few weeks. Lot 73 is in the framing stage and moving along nicely. Several other members are going to be starting construction soon. To own your own parcel in Spring Mountain Estates, contact Mike Weeks, VP of Sales, at 949-235-7810.


US Airforce Thunderbirds Track Event

Demonstration Flight Group Represents Airmen Defending Our Freedom

05 thinderbirdsLast month the renowned United States Air Force Thunderbirds traveled to Spring Mountain for a special one-day track event in our fleet of 8th generation Corvettes. Management and staff were incredibly honored to have been in the presence of this distinguished team of officers. Major Trevor Aldridge commented about the experience.

“I wanted to say ‘thank you’ to you and your team for an outstanding day... The facilities are pristine, the cars are incredible, but most importantly, your staff is world class… We have a good amount of experience instructing in our jets, and your instructors are truly impressive. The crawl, walk, run approach to the course was taught perfectly. The course was beyond what any of us were expecting to be able to accomplish in one day… It really was a special experience.”

--#2 Maj. Trevor Aldridge, Left Wing


Club Race Weekend – November 13-15

Join Us for High-Adrenaline Fun on the Fittipaldi “F”

06 supportThe Spring Mountain 2020-21 Race Series, presented by Blue Marble Ultra-Premium Cocktails, Dakine and Vertra, continues this month on the Fittipaldi “F” 3.4-mile race course. We've had a great response for the first two race weekends of the season and are expecting perfect race conditions on the track with highs in the 60’s, lows in the 30’s and sunny skies for November’s event.

07 startYour weekend begins Thursday at 9:00 am with open track featuring Sports Cars at the top of the hour and Prototypes at the bottom of the hour. Lunch will be served in the Clubhouse and the track will be closed from 12:00-1:00 pm. Again from 1:00-4:00 pm open track will be available with Sports Cars at the top of the hour and Protytypes at the bottom of the hour. The bar will be open at 4:00 pm with a limited food menu served in the Clubhouse beginning at 5:00 pm.

08 raceFriday starts at 7:00 am with Race Day Registration and Tech Inspections, Mandatory Drivers meetings for Sports Cars at 7:30 am and Prototype (Radical and Wolf cars) at 8:00 am, followed by open sessions and qualifying for both categories. Track Maintenance is at 10:00 am, followed by Sports Car Time Attacks races, the Prototype Pregrid and the Prototype Race #1 at 11:30 am. The track will be closed from 12-1 (lunch will be served in the Clubhouse from 11:30-1:00 pm,) with the Sports Cars W2W Race at 1:30 pm. At 2 pm Track Maintenance and Pace Car Warm-up begins, followed by Prototype Pregrid and Prototype Race #2 at 2:45 pm. The track will be closed at 3:15 pm. The Bar is open at 4 pm, followed by Dinner in the Clubhouse at 6:30 pm.

09 raceSaturday's activities begin at 7:00 am with race day registration and tech inspections, followed by open sessions for Sports Car and Prototype categories. Track maintenance followed by the Sports Car Time Attacks races begin at 9:35 am, with track maintenance and Prototype pregrid at 11:10 am. The Prototype Race #3 starts at 11:30 am, with podium immediately following. The track will be closed from 12-12:50 pm, with lunch served from 11:30-1:00 pm. At 12:50 pm, the Sports Car W2W pregrid will be held followed by the Sports Car W2W race at 1:10 pm and podium immediately following. Beginning at 2:00 pm, 25-minute open sessions for Prototype and Sports Cars will be held until 4:00, after which the track will be closed for the day. The Bar will be open at 2:30 pm.

10 supportSunday begins at 9:00 am with open track featuring Sports Cars at the top of the hour and Prototypes at the bottom of the hour. Lunch will be served in the Clubhouse and the track will be closed from 12:00-1:00 pm. At 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30, 25-minute open track sessions will be available with Sports Cars and Prototypes together. Top of the hour sessions are closed for a private member's school. At 4:00 pm the track will be closed.

Read the RACE HIGHLIGHTS from October's race weekend, including race results and points standings, produced by our awesome Marketing team.

View the photos from October's race weekend by Rhea Miller.

Looking forward to seeing all of our members this month!


Holiday Hot Stone Massage Special

A Relaxing Massage Makes the Perfect Holiday Gift!

11 spaTina Seavey, our beautiful and talented licensed massage therapist, invites you to come in and enjoy a relaxing treatment at a special low holiday rate! Tina has been a massage therapist for nearly 20 years and is experienced in all techniques. Come and experience our custom massage center and receive a soothing treatment after a day of racing to rejuvenate your tired, sore muscles. We are thankful for Tina's healing touch and her beautiful spirit, so it's time to come in and find out what everyone is so excited about!

Our special holiday gift to you: Enjoy a luxurious 90-minute Hot Stone Massage during the holiday season (before January 1, 2021) for only $125.00! (Regular price for a 90-minute Hot Stone Massage is $145.00.) Please call Tina directly to schedule your appointment today.


A Thanksgiving Message

We are Thankful for our Valued Members

12 loveThe management and staff at Club Spring Mountain are thankful for your business and for your confidence in us through the years; especially during this unprecedented time. We appreciate your belief in our vision for the future of the Club. On behalf of all of us, we wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.

13 thanksWe welcome your feedback and appreciate your comments and suggestions on how we can make your time at Club Spring Mountain more enjoyable. For more news, photos and information about upcoming events, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest developments.

Thank you for your support, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Elizabeth McGee, Membership Director. Contact Elizabeth by email clubcoordinator@racespringmountain.com, TOLL FREE at 800.391.6891 ext. 241, or by cell (702) 335-5450.

We'll See You at the Club!