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Old 03-06-2009, 12:40 PM   #1
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TMGP first race of 2009 - March 28/29

Can a Mod please sticky this...

From Holly Casley (tmgp board):

Just got an email from Linda and she asked me to post this.

First race will be at Katy on March 28 and 29, 2009. Jeff will post more information on the home page of the website as soon as he can.

Please remember that all new riders will need to take school on Saturday. No school on Sunday.

Minors must have a minor release form filled out before getting on the track. Both parents need to be present to sign in front of Linda, if that is not possible, please contact her ASAP for instructions

Sprints will be on Saturday and Endurance will be on Sunday

If you have any question, Please ask and Ill try to answer them

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Old 03-06-2009, 01:39 PM   #4
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I wish I had my front wheel back already.
It's first week of March right now.

The race is last week of March.

Come on now - that's plenty of time!
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I know, I know, just wish I had it back already. Everything else is ready to go, or at least I think so.
IF all fails.

You can borrow my CRFs for the licensing school for you and your daughter.

I owe you a tube by the way and Thomas owes me a new wheel
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FINALLY

2009- Round 1

March 28-29


in Katy

MINORS-

RACERS 17 AND UNDER MUST HAVE MINOR RELEASE SIGNED BY BOTH PARENTS FOR THE FIRST RACE (AT EACH TRACK). IF ONLY ONE PARENT IS ATTENDING, NOTIFY LINDA SPEARS 12 DAYS BEFORE THE 1ST RACE FOR NOTARIZED FORMS TO BE MAILED FOR THE PARENT NOT ATTENDING. Proof of age (Authentic Birth Certificate, Driver’s License, Passport, and Military ID, State Id) must be submitted for new riders 17 and under. Please bring these documents with you at your first race.

CONTACT LINDA SPEARS PERSONALLY (BY PHONE-979-776-8898) AT LEAST 12 DAYS BEFORE THE RACE IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM OR A QUESTION PERTAINING TO MINOR INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS, BEST TIME IS 9 P.M. TO 11 P.M.)
NEW RIDERS-

All new riders that do not have a current road-racing license with another affiliated ROAD RACING ORGANIZATION(approved by TMGP), must attend the new riders school. New riders will be required to participate in a day of sprint racing and will be required to work two hours on sprint or endurance day, corner working. Corner working is considered part of rider school requirements. Call Linda Spears if you have questions (979-776-8898). Cost of Riders School is $35.00.

Insurance changes worth noting.

1. Helmet MUST BE SNELL 2000 or newer. This will be checked in tech

2. Riders school students will not be allowed in the Endurance race until they have raced for 1 Sprint weekend and meet age restrictions.

3. Minors separated, pocketbikes included:




8 to 10 year olds will only be allowed to race Scooter and 12 and under. NO ENDURANCE




11 to 12 year olds will not be allowed on Formula 6, Formula 5 or Unlimited bikes or in Formula 5, Motard, Backwards or Unlimited classes and must be evaluated before being allowed in the Endurance Race




13 to 15 year olds will not be allowed on Unlimited bikes and must be evaluated before being allowed in Formula 5, Motard, Backwards, Unlimited or the Endurance Race




16 to 18 year olds must be evaluated before being allowed on Unlimited bikes or in Formula 5, Motard, Backwards, Unlimited or the Endurance Race






The new fee structure will be:




Gate: $8.00 one day $10.00 two day.




Endurance: $25.00 per hour.




Sprints: $35.00 1st entry, $15 2nd entry, $5 for each additional entry.




Pocketbikes: $20.00 1st entry, $10 2nd entry, $5 for each additional entry.




License: $35.00







I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO DISALLOW OR DISQUALIFY ANY BIKE AT ANYTIME
I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE AT ANYTIME

Endurance class structure will change for 2008
Sprint class structure will change for 2008 - See Below


Class Structure




Supersport


- YSR50 with any Pipe or Carb modifications, any production 4-stroke upto 110cc

MiniGP 50


- Stock NSR50, NSR100 ask me

Formula 7


- 50cc 2-stroke water-cooled, stock engine, carburetor and exhaust
- 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

Formula 6


- 60cc 2-stroke water-cooled
- 135cc 4-stroke air-cooled, Superbike or Formula rules
- No GP Chassis in entire class

Formula 5


- 65cc 2-stroke water-cooled, any chassis
- 75cc 2-stroke water-cooled, no GP chassis
- 81cc 2-stroke air-cooled, no GP chassis
- 150cc 4-stroke air-cooled, any chassis
- 125cc 4-stroke water-cooled, any chassis

– I reserve the right to change this at anytime

Unlimited


- Upto 85cc 2-stroke, upto 150cc 4-stroke - The CRF150R may be removed from class

Motard


- same as Unlimited in dirt bikes frames without knobbies

Motard 65


- 65cc 2-stroke in dirt bikes frames without knobbies

Jr. Motard


- CMRA Jr. Motard rules with minor changes to build the class, ask me

PocketBike


- TBD - age 13 and over

SuperPocketBike


- TBD - age 16 and over

Unlimited PocketBike


- TBD - age 16 with approval and over



Endurance Race classes

Formula 7 - Novice and Expert




Formula 6




Formula 5









Sprint Classes - SUBJECT TO CHANGE - SEE ABOVE

SuperSport


SuperSport rules

Scooter


dirt bikes(minors - Jr. Motard, adults < 50cc), pocketbike(minors only), and scooters ask me...

Formula 7 - Novice




Formula 7 - Expert




Formula 7 - Lightweight (rider < 160lb)




Formula 7 - Heavyweight (rider = > 160lb)




Formula 6 - Novice




Formula 6 - Expert




Formula 6 - Lightweight (rider < 160lb)




Formula 6 - Heavyweight (rider = > 160lb)




Formula 5 - Novice




Formula 5 - Expert




Dinosaurs 40+ or 200+ lbs


Formula 6 rules

MiniGP


Formula 6 rules - GP style frame

MiniGP 50


MiniGP 50 rules

12 & under


Scooter and PocketBike rules. Ask me!

Unlimited


Unlimited rules

Backwards Novice


Formula 5 rules

Backwards Expert


Formula 5 rules

Jr. Motard


Jr. Motard rules

Motard 65


Motard 65 rules

Motard Novice


Motard rules

Motard Expert


Motard rules

PocketBike


Pocketbike rules

SuperPocketBike


SuperPocketbike rules

Unlimited PocketBike


Unlimited Pocketbike rules






any class that does not have consistent grids may be canceled
I reserve the right to move a bike or rider up or down in class
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