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    Thanks, so is Track Experience on Fridays and License School on Saturdays going forward?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Chahin View Post
    Thanks, so is Track Experience on Fridays and License School on Saturdays going forward?
    No, track experience should be Fridays only, riders school will be Fridays and on NON ENDURANCE weekends Saturdays. Atleast that's what the school instructor was last told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin Dominguez View Post
    Also what about rule book? All I need to know is rules on 500gp?.?.?
    Can be found in the "finalized" class structure a couple of post below this one. Good luck.
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    So my unaffected opinion, not a fan of mixing the big and little bikes across days. Some people raced little bikes and used Sunday to travel and others raced big bikes and used Saturday to travel. By mixing the classes between days you're forcing some people add an additional day of expense and travel for no perceived benefit. Also, on another level there those that want/need that additional day of rest to offered between Friday practice and the races. For someone racing a 1000 they need to show up on Saturday get tech'd and have everything ready for a single race before lunch. So instead of loading up Friday night and hitting the road when the family wakes up Saturday they need to be there and ready to rock Saturday morning. Not to mention some won't be able to party/ have fun/ et al. on what ever night because they don't have that day break. It also doesn't make much sense that you have classes completely split i.e D, B, A, 500 are on both Sat and Sun

    I may be over thinking it all on paper and it will work out in real life but I thought the idea was to leave the schedules mostly the same then add the superteams and other endurance filler to Saturday to encourage the big bikes to show up, not require it with this format.
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    Hard to please all the people all the time, but at least your trying. I was concerned about this change for personal reasons and this looks like an avenue for even less racing for me now....oh well! Maybe its time to retire.

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    Walter, how would we handle the logistics of wanting to run T60 then ST, which are back to back? We are supposed to have our bikes on the grid several minutes before the race begins for inspection. That is going to be really tough to pull off if you are the last rider in T60 with only 15 minutes between races, especially when it gets hot. Could we put our ST big bike out in the pit and leave it ready and there during the T60 race? If so, that would work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Mathews View Post
    Walter, how would we handle the logistics of wanting to run T60 then ST, which are back to back? We are supposed to have our bikes on the grid several minutes before the race begins for inspection. That is going to be really tough to pull off if you are the last rider in T60 with only 15 minutes between races, especially when it gets hot. Could we put our ST big bike out in the pit and leave it ready and there during the T60 race? If so, that would work.
    Pg. 2019 CMRA Rule Book

    Superteams Calls to the Grid
    The Superteams machine to be used for the start and first stint shall be located at the teamís pit
    space no later than 10 minutes before pit lane opens.
    There is no requirement for the staging location for other team machines, if multiple machines are
    to be used; they may be staged in the paddock or any other location convenient to the team but not
    obstructing event traffic. However, only one machine may be staged in the teamís hot-
    pit space at any time in readiness for a machine change.
    There is no restriction on machine work or fueling on any machine staged at any location at
    any time during the race including during a Red Flag.

    Have one of your teammate move the bike starting Superteams machine onto the hot pit for you if you are the second T60 rider.
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    Thanks. Last year we were told both machines had to be on the grid prior to starting. We'll figure something out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Mathews View Post
    Thanks. Last year we were told both machines had to be on the grid prior to starting. We'll figure something out.
    Last year the rules were written that way. We have simplified the rules for the 2019 season.
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