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Old 12-29-2006, 07:14 PM   #1
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Ed Bargy Racing School

Is coming to No Problem Raceway in April 2007. I plan on taking it in addition my Keith Code School in March. I've heard good reviews about it and most like it better than Keith Code, although they serve two different type of riders. Just thought I'd post since none of the schools seem to make it south very often.

www.edbargyracingschool.com

Can you get your CMRA license from attending this school? I know that you still have to submit your application and pay a fee, but does this cover the riding portion? I believe that this is one on WERA's approved race schools.

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Old 12-29-2006, 07:27 PM   #2
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Is coming to No Problem Raceway in April 2007. I plan on taking it in addition my Keith Code School in March. I've heard good reviews about it and most like it better than Keith Code, although they serve two different type of riders. Just thought I'd post since none of the schools seem to make it south very often.

www.edbargyracingschool.com

Can you get your CMRA license from attending this school? I know that you still have to submit your application and pay a fee, but does this cover the riding portion? I believe that this is one on WERA's approved race schools.

you can get the wera lic and then race with them. with a wera lic you can just request a cmra lic.

I have heard nothing but good things about Ed Bargy's school.
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First off you will LOVE the Ed Bargy school. He is a great guy and really down to earth.. Secondly.. Here are the exact words of the CMRA rule book page 5 section 1.4

1.4 New Racer Requirements
In order to obtain a CMRA Provisional Novice license, a rider must pass the CMRA Rider School, present their original school graduation certificate and purchase a CMRA license.
A rider who has participated in the following accepted alternatives to the CMRA Rider School will be issued a Provisional Novice license after they present their original school graduation certificate, pass a written exam and purchase a CMRA license: California Superbike, CLASS, Ed Bargy’s Rider School, Fasttrax Performance Riding School, Freddie Spencer, Kevin Schwantz Suzuki School, Penguin School, STAR School and the Team Hammer Advanced Riding School. The length of time between taking the Rider School and completing the two race weekend requirement must not exceed twelve (12) months.
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Old 12-31-2006, 02:20 PM   #4
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Andre,
You have the scoop on how the pricing works? Do we just pay for the school or have to pay for a track day and the school?
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Just the school.
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That sounds like a great deal!
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The date at No Problem is in conflict with CMRA at Texas World Speedway!!! Just wanted to point that out, it would have been nice if he could have been there, the weekend before CMRA visits No Problem.
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The date at No Problem is in conflict with CMRA at Texas World Speedway!!! Just wanted to point that out, it would have been nice if he could have been there, the weekend before CMRA visits No Problem.
I guess they saw this and updated the class date. The school is on April 1, 2007 now.
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Old 03-06-2007, 07:01 PM   #10
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Ok, I put down my deposit. Its April 1st at No Problem Raceway in LA. If anyone else from MH is going maybe would could caravan there together. I'll the leaving that Saturday afternoon.
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