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Old 02-22-2010, 01:05 PM   #1
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Question If someone gets bored...

..could you explain all the classes of the CMRA?

I was looking at the results that DEAN LADEN posted: http://www.cmraracing.com/results.html (specifically I clicked on Novice Sprint)

and I was wondering what the specs are for superstock/superbike, A,B,C,D... Formula 1, 2, 40... never knew there were so many categories.
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SECTION 6 - COMPETITION CATEGORIES AND CLASSES
6.1 Definitions
Competition machines will be classified according to actual displacement, degree
of modification and performance index. For the purpose of better interpreting the rules, the
following definitions are listed:
Sprint Race refers to a race for individual riders, usually between six and eight
laps depending on track length and layout.
Endurance Race refers to a long-distance timed event for multiple riders sharing
the same motorcycle, with pit stops to add fuel as well as change riders and tires. Events
generally range from four to eight hours in length for big bikes, two to eight hours for minis.
Category refers to the general type of motorcycle. There are three major
categories: Superstock, Superbike and Formula (Grand Prix).
Class generally refers to a grouping based on engine size or performance within
a category.
Change means the addition of aftermarket or “optional” parts or accessories
designed to increase safety, performance, and reliability or reduce costs.
Altered or Modified means cutting, grinding, milling, porting, boring, drilling,
bending, welding, brazing or soldering other than normally accepted maintenance and
repair procedures.
OEM is defined as Original Equipment from the Manufacturer. OEM type is
defined as aftermarket equipment manufactured to original specifications.
Removed is defined as unbolted - not cut off.
Performance Index occurs when a motorcycle is demonstrably faster or slower
than others in its displacement group, and may, at the discretion of the review committee,
be assigned to another class.
Canadian models, unless exactly the same as U.S. models, must run Superbike
class.
All machines must conform to the Technical Inspection Requirements of Section 5.
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6.2 CMRA Sprint Series Categories
Superstock
There must be at least 1000 motorcycles available to riders, worldwide, per year
and the machine must be generally available on the U.S. market with full EPA and DOT
approval to qualify a machine for the Superstock categories. Proof of eligibility must be
provided by the rider or sponsor. Superstock machines are defined as original motorcycle
manufacturers’ equipment intended for use on public roads which are allowed to use an
aftermarket or racing exhaust system instead of the stock exhaust system and other
modifications as listed below. The decision regarding the legality of any machine entered in
a Superstock class is the responsibility of the Chief Technical Inspector for the event in
progress. The rider or sponsor of any machine is responsible for producing a service or
owner’s manual with all part numbers, specifications and other material required to prove
its legality. Legality will be determined based upon manufacturers’ specifications (or
comparison of similar OEM parts) for the year, model and make of the machine entered.
Machines eligible for Classic that are Superstock legal may participate in Superstock
classes on slicks.
Following is a list of the only things which should or may be done to a Superstock
machine:
a) Grab rails, horns, reflectors and outer rear fender, and helmet locks may be
removed.
b) Turn signals, cruiser pegs, and luggage racks must be removed.
c) Passenger foot pegs and brackets may be removed.
d) Rider foot pegs and brackets may be changed or modified.
e) Handlebars may be changed or altered.
f) Instruments, instrument brackets, switches, and associated cables may be
removed and/or replaced by aftermarket parts. Original combination instrument/ front fairing
brackets may be replaced with aftermarket parts. Original rear subframe may be replaced
with aftermarket rear subframe of aluminum or other metal. No composite materials are
allowed for subframes.
g) Headlight and tail/brake light housings may be removed. Disconnection must
be made at stock connectors. Stock connectors must be intact and operable.
h) Bodywork must be used which is identical in shape or only varies slightly from
original design. The tail section should be similar to the original but the profile may differ. A
“superbike seat” is allowed (i.e., the seat base is molded into the tail section). Suzuki
SV650 may run any bodywork.
i) Suspension: Rear shocks may be changed or modified but must remain the
same type as original. Fork springs may be replaced with aftermarket springs, and fork oil
may be changed. Stock internal parts of forks may be changed to alter damping
characteristics. Aftermarket or OEM fork tubes from another make and model may be used
as long as they are the same dimensions as stock. The original fork sliders must be used.
To allow external adjustment of fork springs, fork caps may be changed. Suzuki TL models
are allowed to use aftermarket linkages that allow for mounting of a standard style rear
shock replacing the stock rotary damper setup.
j) DOT-approved tires with an S or higher speed rating must be used and the
original tread pattern cannot be grooved or modified. Slicks may not be used. Rain tires can
only be used if the event is declared wet by the Director of Competition. Non-DOTapproved
rain tires may be used with no modification of their original molded tread pattern.
k) Chain and/or sprockets may be changed. Chain size may be changed. Shaft
drive machines may change gear ratios. The chain guard may be removed. Machines
originally equipped with a drive belt may change to a chain drive system.
l) Steel braided or Kevlar brake lines may be used. Brake pads may be changed.
Brake rotors may be changed to OEM spec steel rotors. No carbon fiber, cast iron or other
exotic materials are permitted for brake rotors unless stock. No oversized rotors. Master
cylinders may be replaced with aftermarket master cylinders of the same type (this means
the same bore and stroke and the same fluid displacement). Thumb operated rear brake
systems are allowed.
m) Carburetor jets and needles may be changed. Aftermarket jet kits may be
used. Resizing of air metering holes in CV carburetor slides is allowed. Aftermarket
carburetor heat shields are not allowed.
n) The OEM air box must be used and an OEM type filter must be properly
installed (a K&N style direct replacement filter is an acceptable OEM type). The only
modification allowed is the sealing of air box drains.
o) If the crankcase ventilation hose is relocated from the air box it must be
routed to a catch can and the stock air box hole must be plugged.
p) Spark plugs, clutch plates and clutch springs may be changed to aftermarket
parts.
q) Filters may be changed. OEM type must be used. If the filter acts as part of
the air box housing the replacement filter must not have a larger opening than stock.
r) Cam timing is allowed via the slotting of cam sprockets. Press-on cam
sprockets may be changed to OEM spec bolt style. Ignition timing may be altered by
slotting the ignition trigger mounting plate or by replacing the stock ignition rotor with an
aftermarket rotor.
s) 1mm Over bores are not allowed on any machine manufactured after 1995
(this means model year 1996 and up) unless offered by the manufacturer as a maintenance
item. Aftermarket non-OEM valve seats are not allowed. Head and/or base gaskets may be
replaced with aftermarket parts and do not need to be to stock spec. Aftermarket gaskets
may be utilized on other engine parts. Multi-angle or radius valve jobs are allowed as
normal maintenance as long as machining is confined to the actual valve seat insert and
does not extend into the port or combustion chamber. Valve seat to port blending is not
allowed. Valves must meet OEM specifications.
t) No bead blasting (or blasting using any other medium) is allowed on any
internal engine part except gasket surfaces.
u) Machining of gasket surfaces of cylinder heads, cylinders, and engine cases
is allowed. All internal and external engine parts must remain stock without modifications,
no addition or removal of metal is allowed, except as mentioned in this section. No surface
treatments are allowed. Engine must remain at stock displacement except as outlined
above.
v) The transmission must use the stock OEM parts for that model. Shifter return
or detent springs may be replaced with aftermarket springs.
w) 49-state model engine and ignition components may replace those same
components on California-only model machines of same brand, year, and model.
x) Cooling fan assemblies may be disconnected and/or removed on watercooled
machines. Disconnection must be made at stock connectors.
y) Rear brake rotors may be modified so long as modifications leave the rear
brake functioning.
z) Captive wheel spacers are allowed as is replacement of the speedometer
drive with a spacer.
aa) Aftermarket screw off type gas caps are allowed so long as they do not
increase the orifice size compared to the stock cap.
bb) Stand studs or hooks may be added to the swing arm, stand studs that do
not require welding (or gluing etc.) or cutting may be added to the front forks.
cc) Alternative bodywork fasteners may be used (e.g., DZUS fasteners).
dd) The ECM/Black Box may be replaced with any aftermarket unit or modify to
any extent the stock unit.
ee) Helmet and bungee hooks may be removed from the sub frame. Holes may
be drilled in the sub frame to act as a weak point in the event of a crash but the relief holes
must be drilled behind where the rider sits and the metal removed must be replaced by a
bolt. The frame and/or swing arm may be polished.
ff) The exhaust system may be replaced with an aftermarket system. Pipe wrap
is allowed.
gg) Manual cam chain tensioners are allowed.
hh) Electric ignition cutout shift devices are allowed, however they may not
physically move any portion of the shift mechanism.
ii) The triple clamp may be replaced with an aftermarket one provided it does not
alter the geometry of the machine and is non adjustable.
jj) Quick change and fuel tank modifications including dry breaks allowed
for endurance competition will be allowed on machines also used for Superstock
sprint competition as long as those modifications do not, as determined by the
CMRA Director of Competition, create a performance advantage.
The items above constitute the entire realm of deviation from showroom stock for
Superstock classes. If it does not mention you CAN do it, then you CAN NOT.
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Superbike
Machines intended for use on public roads in their origins with more than 1000
units available worldwide may be changed or modified, to any degree, with the following
restrictions:
a) In Superbike the original combination of frame and motor must be maintained
except in the case of similar models with directly interchangeable engines. Single cylinder
machines may use any engine, frame, and fairing combination.
b) Grand Prix 2-stroke machines will only be allowed in A & B Superbike.
c) No reduction in OEM displacement is allowed for the purpose of meeting the
displacement limits of a lower class.
Formula 1, Formula 2 and 125cc Grand Prix (or any subsection of a class that specifies
“Formula Rules”)
Machines that have no restrictions other than displacement and configuration, as
outlined.
Motard (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
Machines may be single or twin cylinder based in SuperMotard and Unlimited
Motard. The original machine must have been intended for at least partial use off-road, in a
manner often described as “Dirt Bike”, “Dual Purpose” or “SuperMoto”.
The original combination of frame and motor must be used; however, any wheel
or suspension may be used. A swing arm of the original length must be used
Tires must be DOT legal or road racing slicks; off-road knobby tires are not
allowed.
Motocross style handlebars must be used, and must be mounted through the
original mounting points. Clubman styled tubular bars may not be used.
Any wheel type allowed.
Machines must retain original side panel number plates, if so equipped.
Streamlining bodywork on the front of the machine is prohibited, the only
exceptions being machines equipped with OEM streamlining. Front number plates must be
mounted no more than 30 degrees from vertical.
The machine cannot be a vehicle designed for full time street use. Examples of
eligible machinery are Yamaha YZF250, Honda CRF450, Suzuki RM250.
Class displacement limits are absolute.
Fluid retaining lower per CMRA rules required. A device specifically designed to
retain fluids may be used in lieu of a fluid retaining lower provided the device is approved
by the Tech Inspector.
Classic (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
Motor and frame must be 1997 model year or older; newer machines that are
identical to 1997 model year or older machines are eligible.
Machines eligible for Classic and meeting Superstock or Superbike regulations
may participate in the next Superstock or Superbike class down, with the exception of D
Superstock, E Superstock and Formula 2 based on the displacement limits of the specific
machine, and will apply to both Sprint and Endurance races. For example, a 1997 or older
Suzuki GSX-R750, eligible for Classic, may run in C Superstock.
Machines must use the original combination of frame and motor, with the
following noted exceptions: A larger displacement motor from the same series may be
installed. (e.g., GSX-R1100 motor in GSX-R750 frame).
Any bodywork allowed.
Standard maintenance over-bores allowed up to 2mm.
1994 or older 125 Grand Prix machines are eligible for Classic. No updating of
GP machinery beyond 1994 specifications is allowed. This includes suspension and motor
updates.
Fluid retaining lower per CMRA rules required.
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6.3 CMRA Sprint Series Classes and Regulations
A Superstock Expert/Novice, A Superbike Expert/Novice
Unlimited OEM Displacement
B Superstock Expert/Novice, B Superbike Expert/Novice
Up to 750cc multis (Superbike up to 770cc)
Up to 1050cc 4-stroke triples (Superbike up to 1080cc)
Up to 1075cc 4-stroke twins
Unlimited singles
250cc GP machines will be allowed in B Superbike.
Buell 1125R allowed in both B Superstock and Superbike
C Superstock Expert/Novice, C Superbike Expert/Novice
Up to 650cc 4-stroke multis
Up to 675cc 4-stroke triples
Up to 1250cc 4-stroke air-cooled twins
Up to 850cc 4-stroke water-cooled twins
Up to 550cc 2-stroke multis
Unlimited singles
D Superstock Expert/Novice, D Superbike Expert/Novice
Up to 460cc water-cooled multis
Up to 700cc 4-stroke water-cooled twins
Up to 600cc air-cooled multis
Up to 994cc 4-stroke air-cooled twins
Up to 750cc singles
Up to 410cc 2-stroke water-cooled twins
Up to 500cc 2-stroke air-cooled twins
The TZR250 is allowed in D Superbike only and must conform to Superstock
rules with the exception that slicks are allowed and no limits on bodywork. The BMW
F800S, Ducati 900SS, Honda VF500 and motard machines up to 750cc are allowed in both
D Superstock and D Superbike. No Classic machines riding down a class allowed in D
Superstock.
E Superstock (no Expert/Novice differentiation)
Kawasaki EX250 (Ninja), Honda VTR 250 and Buell Blast using Superstock rules
with airbox modifications or individual filters and any bodywork allowed, Kawasaki EX250
allowed to use 17” Kawasaki OEM wheels
Lightweight Twins Expert/Novice
Up to 750cc air-cooled twins, based on Superbike rules
Up to 750cc water-cooled twins with 3 valves, based on Superbike rules
Up to 700cc water-cooled twins with more than 3 valves, based on Superbike
rules
Up to 550cc water-cooled twins, based on Supermotard rules
Unlimited singles based on Formula rules
125cc GP machines allowed
Buell Firebolt, Lightning, BMW F800S and Ducati 900SS under Superbike rules
No 250cc GP machines, Aprilia RS250 ok.
Heavyweight Twins Expert/Novice
Unlimited displacement 4-stroke air-cooled Twins, based on Formula rules
Unlimited displacement 4-stroke water-cooled Twins, any over 900cc based on
Superbike rules, any under 900cc based on Formula rules.
Up to 700cc 4-stroke water cooled triples based on Superbike rules
Any machine legal for Lightweight Twins
Any machine legal for Unlimited Motard
125cc & 250cc GP machines
Up to 1050cc triples based on Superstock rules.
Clubman (no Expert/Novice differentiation)
Machine limits per Superbike category rules
Up to 100cc 2-stroke single in GP frame
Up to 250cc 4-stroke air-cooled single in GP frame
Up to 400cc 2-stroke singles
Up to 700cc 4-stroke singles
Up to 410cc 2-stroke air-cooled multis
Up to 373cc 2-stroke water-cooled multis
Up to 700cc 4-stroke water-cooled twins
Up to 883cc 4-stroke air-cooled twins
Up to 430cc 4-stroke water-cooled multis
Up to 600cc 4-stroke air-cooled 2 valve per cylinder multis
Up to 570cc 4-stroke air-cooled 4 valve per cylinder multis
Up to 250cc 4-stroke water-cooled singles based on Motard rules
Up to 400cc 4-stroke air-cooled singles based on Motard rules
Up to 250cc 2-stroke water-cooled singles based on Motard rules
Among the eligible bikes, RD400, RZ350, EX250, EX500, GPz550, Hawk 650
Air cooled two valve per cylinder Ducati 750, Yamaha FZR400 and Honda CB1
are allowed
No 250cc 2-stroke GP replica machines (Aprilia RS250, TZR, NSR, RGV, etc.),
No SV650, No Ninja 650R, No Ducati Supermono, No GP machines, No Buells, No V-Twin
Aprilia’s allowed
Formula 1 Expert/Novice
Unlimited displacement
Formula 2 Expert/Novice
Up to 360cc 2-stroke water-cooled twins
Up to 500cc 2-stroke air-cooled twins and multis
Up to 700cc 4-stroke twins
Up to 1250cc 4-stroke air-cooled pushrod twins
Up to 600cc 4-stroke air-cooled multis
Up to 565cc 4-stroke water-cooled multis
Unlimited singles
All D Superbike Machines
Ducati Hypermotard
No Classic machines riding down a class allowed
125 Grand Prix (no Expert/Novice differentiation)
Up to 125cc 2-stroke Grand Prix machines
Up to 250cc 4-stroke water-cooled single in GP frame
Rookie Expert
A, B, & C class machines only
All riders must be first year Experts
Formula 40 Heavyweight Expert/Novice
Machine Limits per A Superbike
All riders must be 40 years old or greater
Formula 40 Lightweight Expert/Novice
Machine limits per Formula 2
All riders must be 40 years old or greater
SuperMotard
Up to 511cc 4-stroke water-cooled singles
Up to 700cc 4-stroke air-cooled singles
Up to 450cc 4-stroke water-cooled twins
Unlimited 2-stroke singles
Unlimited Motard
Unlimited displacement singles and twins
No Ducati HyperMotard
Classic Unlimited
Unlimited displacement
1997 model and older machines based on Superbike rules
1994 or older 125 Grand Prix machines
Formula 4, 5, 6, and 7 Rules
These rules apply only to these classes.
Superbike machines are defined as original frame/engine combination.
Formula machines are defined as any frame/engine combination.
GP chassis is defined as originally intended for road race competition only with a
125cc or 250cc engine.
Front number plate must be minimum 10x8 inch. The side number plates must
be 8x7 inch and must be visible with rider on bike and may be on the lower fairing.
Numbers must be at least 6" on front, 4" on sides.
Machines must pass tech and meet all requirements of section 5.2 including the
requirement to have a fluid catching lower fairing.
Formula 4 (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
100cc 2-stroke water-cooled, GP Chassis ok
125cc 2-stroke air-cooled, pre-1995, superbike rules
150cc 4-stroke water-cooled singles, GP chassis ok
250cc 4-stroke air-cooled singles, GP chassis ok
Kawasaki EX250 (Ninja), Honda VTR 250 and Buell Blast using Superstock rules
with airbox modifications or individual filters and any bodywork allowed, Kawasaki EX250
allowed to use 17” Kawasaki OEM wheels
Among the eligible machines are pre-1995 125cc air-cooled dirt bikes
(Supermotard trim OK), GP Chassis 100cc water cooled (RS100), CRF230F, XR250 in GP
frame, Aprilia RS125 (street bike) with aftermarket exhaust and carburetor
All CRF150R powered machines are restricted to OEM bore & stroke,
compression ratio, and camshaft
Formula 5 (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
65cc 2-stroke water-cooled, GP chassis ok
75cc 2-stroke water-cooled, no GP chassis
81cc 2-stroke air-cooled, no GP chassis
150cc 4-stroke air-cooled, GP chassis ok
175cc 4-stroke air-cooled, no GP chassis, Formula rules
125cc 4-stroke water-cooled, GP chassis ok
Among the eligible machines are Aprilia 75cc Superbike, GP chassis 65cc
2-stroke, CRF150F, GP Chassis 150cc 4-stroke air-cooled
Formula 6 (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
60cc 2-stroke water-cooled, Superbike rules
60cc 2-stroke water-cooled, Formula rules
135cc 4-stroke air-cooled, Superbike or Formula rules
No GP Chassis in entire class
Among the eligible machines are KX60 (not KX65) in original frame, NS50R
Superbike, Aprilia 50cc Superbike, XR125 Superbike, TTR125E, MZ125
Formula 7 (No Expert/Novice differentiation)
50cc 2-stroke water-cooled, stock engine
60cc 2-stroke air-cooled, Formula rules
110cc 4-stroke air-cooled, Formula rules
No GP Chassis in entire class
Among the eligible machines are stock NSR50R, YSR60cc Superbike, YSR with
XR100 motor, XR100 Superbike
Junior Motard
Junior Motard is a class designed to bring the fun and excitement of road racing
to today’s youth. The class is intended as a fun introduction to racing and sportsmanship is
emphasized over competition.
The CMRA may change the rules or request performance adjustments of
machinery in order to maintain as close a performance level as possible in the class. These
requests may consist of gear changes and throttle stops, among other performance
limiters. These requests will be given by the Director of Competition and cannot be
protested.
The age limit for Junior Motard is 8-12 years old. The rider must be 8 years old
on or before the first day of competition to be eligible. If the rider is 12 and will be 13 on or
before June 1st they are ineligible.
All riders must have a Junior Motard license, which is acquired by attending the
CMRA Junior Motard Riders School. Riders advancing from a Junior Motard license to a
Provisional Novice license must meet all of the New Racer Requirements described in
Section 1.4.
All machines must have automatic clutch, stock engine and stock suspension.
Maximum displacement size is 80cc 2-stroke, 110cc 4-stroke. All approved 80cc
2-strokes with automatic clutch must run stock exhaust systems. Four-strokes up to 90cc
may replace the exhaust system. Four stroke machines 91cc – 110cc must use stock
exhaust and stock airbox. Examples of legal machinery include Z-50, TTR-110, PW50 and
PW80. With the exception of exhaust (4-strokes) and jetting changes, machines must
remain stock.
Wheel changes approved, with a 14" Maximum size. Any tire combination ok.
Handlebar may be replaced.
Riding apparel for Junior Motard only:
Racing leathers are strongly recommended, however motocross gear will be
allowed. Elbow and knee protection is required with motocross gear. Chest protectors and
back protectors are recommended.
Boots must rise 4" above ankle.
Full face DOT or Snell approved helmet is strongly recommended, however full
face motocross helmet is allowed, providing the visor is removed, goggles worn and the
helmet must not have a bolted-on chin bar.
Gloves must be worn and approved by CMRA tech.
All bikes and riding gear must go through Tech Inspection each race weekend.
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Well, that at least saved him the time of looking through the rule book to find the specific section...he DID ask someone to explain 'ALL' the classes!
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I'd say that answers my question.

I figured I'd get a "go read the regs" reply or a link to them, but you sir must have been bored! Lol thanks for the reading material, now I have somehing to read up on while it's slow at work
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