Sea Freight: Krohn Racing will use a 40' sea freight container to transport racing materials from the U.S. to the Port of Felixstowe, England. The container will be delivered to a workshop near the Silverstone Circuit, which will be used as the freight transfer point for Krohn Racing from April-August (for the Spa, Le Mans and Silverstone races) Sea freight departed Atlanta on March 30th. Arrived in Felixstowe, UK on April 16 Sea freight shipment includes the complete team pit and garage equipment and all spare parts. Clothing for crew members are shipped in cylindrical drum bags that sit inside the race wheels for sea freight shipment. They hold helmet for over-the-wall crew, nomex, fireproof shoes and other team kit clothing. Additional clothes transported in laundry bags and clear totes. One day of team kit and rain jacket shell taken with each crew member via flight.
Air Freight: The Ferrari race car flew to the UK on April 15 with two crates of tools and parts used to complete the service following Sebring This shipment meets up with the sea freight at the freight transfer point near Silverstone, England
Travel from UK Shop to European Races: Two transporters will be used and driven from Silverstone, UK to Spa, Le Mans and Silverstone circuits respectively. One transporter will be used at the back of the garage. The second will unload all garage and pit materials at the front of the garage and be parked in away area parking at the circuit for the race weekend. Travel to Fly Away Races: All freight will be crated and road freighted to DHL in Frankfurt following the Silverstone race in August DHL will deliver the air freight to each team at the pit assigned for them at the race circuit (Brazil, Bahrain, Japan, and China). Teams will work out of the pit garages for these "fly away" races. Allowance is the race car + freight of 22 cu. meters with maximum weight of 6,000 kilograms for each race event Race car may have a battery, fire extinguisher and less than 20 liters of fuel on board during shipment IATA (International Air Transport Association) regulations must be observed for all hazardous materials, including all liquids, pastes, glues and anything pressurized such as aerosols, batteries and fire extinguishers.
Race Week Schedules: For the last four races of the year, the crew members are almost always on the road with a race every two weeks.