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cedestech
05-17-2004, 11:16 PM
TMGP earned points in their endurance series
for the 6 hour TMGP/CMRA cross over race.

Are CMRA teams going to earn points for
particapating in the TMGP/CMRA cross over race
at Denton?

That is what the "cross over" part is all
about isn't it?

Yes I know they don't support F4/F5 bikes.

Make the points for only F6/F7 teams or
F4/F5 teams can scare up a mini and burn laps for points at Denton.

????

cedestech
05-17-2004, 11:16 PM
TMGP earned points in their endurance series
for the 6 hour TMGP/CMRA cross over race.

Are CMRA teams going to earn points for
particapating in the TMGP/CMRA cross over race
at Denton?

That is what the "cross over" part is all
about isn't it?

Yes I know they don't support F4/F5 bikes.

Make the points for only F6/F7 teams or
F4/F5 teams can scare up a mini and burn laps for points at Denton.

????

Rich Desmond
05-18-2004, 07:56 AM
Um, adding a points-paying race to the schedule in the middle of May seems a little out of hand.

Rich Desmond
05-18-2004, 07:56 AM
Um, adding a points-paying race to the schedule in the middle of May seems a little out of hand.

Jason Keene
05-18-2004, 08:40 AM
I can see how TMGP points apply towards their overall because all classes can enter. CMRA is basically the Host.

Since all of the Mini classes for CMRA aren't supported at TMGP event, having any points applied would be an unfair advantage.

I think it should be even across the board. CMRA points for CMRA events... IMO

Jason Keene
05-18-2004, 08:40 AM
I can see how TMGP points apply towards their overall because all classes can enter. CMRA is basically the Host.

Since all of the Mini classes for CMRA aren't supported at TMGP event, having any points applied would be an unfair advantage.

I think it should be even across the board. CMRA points for CMRA events... IMO

cedestech
05-18-2004, 09:54 AM
Cross over implies that the CMRA is the
host for the CMRA race, TMGP is the
host for the TMGP race.

Points could be applied to the class
normaly raced or just to class points
and not overall.

IE: F4 races a YSR or what ever in the
Denton race and all points gathered apply to
CMRA's F4 or F4 and F5 exempt.

The cross over has been on the schedule all
year so it's not a change in the middle of the
year. I'm just trying to get a clarification
on the points.

If there are no points then it's not a cross
over. TMGP and the CMRA already have a
lisence sharing agreement w/o points gathering.

?

cedestech
05-18-2004, 09:54 AM
Cross over implies that the CMRA is the
host for the CMRA race, TMGP is the
host for the TMGP race.

Points could be applied to the class
normaly raced or just to class points
and not overall.

IE: F4 races a YSR or what ever in the
Denton race and all points gathered apply to
CMRA's F4 or F4 and F5 exempt.

The cross over has been on the schedule all
year so it's not a change in the middle of the
year. I'm just trying to get a clarification
on the points.

If there are no points then it's not a cross
over. TMGP and the CMRA already have a
lisence sharing agreement w/o points gathering.

?

Rich Desmond
05-18-2004, 11:25 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Originally posted by Emmett Dibble:
The cross over has been on the schedule all
year so it's not a change in the middle of the
year. I'm just trying to get a clarification
on the points. </div></div>Hasn't been on the CMRA schedule, I didn't know a thing about it.

Rich Desmond
05-18-2004, 11:25 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Originally posted by Emmett Dibble:
The cross over has been on the schedule all
year so it's not a change in the middle of the
year. I'm just trying to get a clarification
on the points. </div></div>Hasn't been on the CMRA schedule, I didn't know a thing about it.

Norm McDonald
05-18-2004, 12:11 PM
In order to be a X over for the CMRA they would have to enclude F 4 & 5 like they did in 2002. TMGP doesn't have a track that F4 class can run. That is why it is not on the CMRA schedule. Norm

Norm McDonald
05-18-2004, 12:11 PM
In order to be a X over for the CMRA they would have to enclude F 4 & 5 like they did in 2002. TMGP doesn't have a track that F4 class can run. That is why it is not on the CMRA schedule. Norm

cedestech
05-18-2004, 12:52 PM
Cool.

Just looking for a clarification.

Thanks!

cedestech
05-18-2004, 12:52 PM
Cool.

Just looking for a clarification.

Thanks!

Jack Giesecke
05-22-2004, 09:05 PM
Why can't F4 bikes run Denton? It's big compared to Katy, .7 miles according to the site. We (Glen Weir and his .01 mile accurate odometer) measured Katy at 0.33 miles, yet Anthony Smith didn't seem to have a problem with Katy on his RS60. I wouldn't wanna do an endurance at Katy on an RS chassis bike, myself, but it could be done I think.

However, the problem I see is grids. I don't know if Denton can support 60 teams like the 6 hour was. We had 25 teams at Katy and I think it wasn't too crowded. Denton can handle more than Katy, but I'm thinking maybe 40 teams might be pushing things.

The next Denton IS listed on TMGP's schedule as a crossover and Jeff did mention this at Katy.

http://www.tmgps.8k.com/fschedule.html

Jack Giesecke
05-22-2004, 09:05 PM
Why can't F4 bikes run Denton? It's big compared to Katy, .7 miles according to the site. We (Glen Weir and his .01 mile accurate odometer) measured Katy at 0.33 miles, yet Anthony Smith didn't seem to have a problem with Katy on his RS60. I wouldn't wanna do an endurance at Katy on an RS chassis bike, myself, but it could be done I think.

However, the problem I see is grids. I don't know if Denton can support 60 teams like the 6 hour was. We had 25 teams at Katy and I think it wasn't too crowded. Denton can handle more than Katy, but I'm thinking maybe 40 teams might be pushing things.

The next Denton IS listed on TMGP's schedule as a crossover and Jeff did mention this at Katy.

http://www.tmgps.8k.com/fschedule.html