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Don't forget the Karen Hornbecker Memorial Fund for injured riders

 

Thinking of starting Road Racing? CLICK HERE for tips on getting started.


 


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where you need to start at LRRS


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Looking for a race machine for the 2019 season that is already setup and tested?
Check out our For Sale page!


LRRS Approved Transponder Mounting

Please read this information about placement of your transponder on your motorcycle CLICK HERE

At LRRS we require the mount to be at the front of the motorcycle inline with the front fork tubes.  Most racers mount this device to their upper fork leg if there is not solid mount inside the cowling on their model machine. Please be sure that if you mount your Transponder to the fork leg that you ensure that the mount cannot spin around the fork tube. This has caused occasional interference with the bodywork on some bikes which can lock up your turning radius and cause a tip over at slow speeds. An easy fix for this is to duct tape around the mount after it is tie wrapped in place. Do not apply to much tape as it will make it hard to mount the transmitter.

From our RuleBook:
9.27.1 Transponders must be mounted at the front of the motorcycle as close to the axle vertical center-line as practical. 

9.27.2 They must be mounted vertically, with the fixing pin up, at a maximum of 120 cm or 4 feet from the race surface.

9.27.3 There must be no downward obstruction between the transponder and the racing surface.

            This means no metal, carbon fiber between the transponder and the racing surface.
The functioning transponder must be mounted on motorcycle at time of tech inspection.


Why must the mounting postion to be consistant on all motorcycles?
I am glad you asked. These devices are actually directional so they must point straight down to be most effective. A simple example is this: The bike that you just beat to the finish line by a wheel has their transmitter mounted correctly, yours is mounted on the tail of your bike pointed backward in the old AMA mounting fashion. As far as the timing loop is concerned, you just lost.

2018 LRRS Rule Book - CLICK HERE
2018 Race License and Medical Contact form.
CLICK HERE to download forms


The Weekend Schedule for all weekends in 2018
 
CLICK HERE



Penguin Racing School  -  News and Special events 
CLICK ON LINKS below for more information

The Penguin School has Events coming up soon that should not be missed.

https://www.facebook.com/penguinracingschool/

For more information on Penguin School evenst visit our website at www.penguinracing.com



Information on the LRRS Spec Fuel rules.

Some may not completely understand why we have a "Spec" fuel rule at LRRS so a quick explanation. The primary reason we set this up was to level the playing field. Years ago it was getting the point that very expensive laboratory produced highly toxic internal combustion fuels were becoming common place.  Even if a $50 per gallon fuel would not actually get most people on the box they felt that they must spend the money and use it. This was making club racing more expensive and dangerous due to the toxicity of the fuels being used. So at the time we decided that only fuels that could, by state law, legally be imported into the state of New Hampshire could be used. This eliminated all the highly toxic and expensive products. To make it fair for all competitors we have worked an arrangement with Sunoco who is a track and LRRS sponsor. In this way the fuel available is of consistent quality and a fair price.

Some useful infomation available at these links below.

   
LRRS SPEC FUEL PROGRAM     CARE OF FUEL FOR PERFORMANCE



All information concerning LRRS can be found at the on the www.nhms.com web site at this addess: http://www.nhms.com/events/lrrs/

 

The easiest was to find this information is via the links below for all results, schedules and other important information (which can be found by clicking on the download tab)

We are working hard to make your experience at LRRS better. As of last year we have the new online registration, better camping with hookups, a new shower facility and major changes to the track itself have been made.

We have had many riders asking about sponsorship listings on the race results. These can be input through you user screen when logged in.
Please
CLICK HERE for some information on this procedure.

Note: NHMS Information
Non NASCAR Event Camping Rules - CLICK HERE
More LRRS info -CLICK HERE

Racer Feedback - If you have any thoughts, concerns or constructive criticism on how the LRRS is run or could be improved please CLICK HERE to create an email while it is fresh in your mind.


Glen Piro
back from
Afghanistan.
Thank you to all our veterans for your service!

Other Events in our area
CLICK HERE
2018 Schedule
April 28-29
May 19-20
June 15-17 Loudon Classic
July 7-8
August 18-19
September 8-9
September 29-
30
Penguin Riding  School Schedule
School and practice Friday before all LRRS Events
See Web Site for Details on these additional events.


L
RRS License Renewal
CLICK HERE

FOR THE NEW FORM

LRRS Office address:

Operations Coordinator

 

LRRS Series Director

Mailing address:  

P.O. Box 7888

Shipping address:
1122 Route 106 North

Loudon, NH  03307

Direct line: (603) 513-5734

Email: AZube@nhms.com


Get on The New England Area Racers e-mail list.
Want to talk about LRRS racing during the week?
Want the latest, fastest,
up-to-date LRRS news?

Join NEAR -- the Northeast Area Race list, an email mailing list where people can ask questions and get answers about LRRS stuff. Or just chat. And best of all, it's free! With no ads or any of that junk!
To subscribe go to:
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Interested parties can either join the club for full access to all
features, ore they can just sign up for the emails using the address
at the bottom of the cover page.

It's that easy!

 
If you're into writing articles or tune up tips or what ever, race LRRS related and would like it posted to our site send it along and I'll start some new departments. If you have info you would like to see included, pictures, tuning tips, links, whatever, contact us at the track or e-mail steve@rscycles.com
 
 

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Recorder and lap analyzing tool.


Have you been bad? Do you have a Transmitter you forgot to turn in when you left the last race? Send it to:
New Hampshire International Speedway, 1122 Route 106 North,
Box 7888 Loudon, NH 03307
Attn: Anne-Marie Zube (603) 513-5734
AZube@nhms.com  


If your into writing articles or tune up tips or what ever, LRRS racing related and would like it posted to our site send it along and I'll start some new departments. If you have info you would like to see included, pictures, tuning tips, links, whatever, contact us at the track or e-mail steve@lrrsracing.com

Are you looking for something else to do while you are in New Hampshire for the race weekend. CLICK HERE for information.
Welcome to New Hampshire Happenings

 

 

Don't forget the Karen Hornbecker Memorial Fund for injured riders.
Who was Karen Hornbecker
News:
People have e-mailed and asked us to link to their site.  No problem, but please supply name of site and www address so I do not have to guess. (related sites only)
Thinking of starting Road Racing? CLICK HERE for tips on getting started. The Penguin Racing School and a few LRRS racers vacationed in Homestead, FL to do a little racing an relaxing by the pool. Check out these pictures.

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