If a PCA weekend is 450 as per Mayor Frank, the math is 125+ per day. For 11 days of testing and racing that works out to 1.375m. SCCA is putting on the test days, not the track. Which is close to the number I heard SCCA had agreed to. Which at $1125 per car works out to 1350 cars. Which takes into account no test day or parking fees. My guess would look like
Entry 1125 x 900 = $1m and change
If all test days sell out every group $687k
Parking fees, just a wild guess total $100k
Total SCCA intake should be under $2 million even if we add a significant positive fudge factor.
Add in insurance, employee salaries, travel expenses for employees, trophies, parties, worker give aways, and I would bet the event is close to a break even plus or minus.
Pretty big gamble if you ask me
Yeah, I think my number is too low as well. I am just going off what I have heard from someone who used to work for national office. However, I think we would get a lower per day rate since we are going to have the track rented for 11 days instead of two that the PCA does