2021 Race License, Medical Contact form, garage rental, and much more. The 2021 LRRS Rider Packet
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2020 Race License, Medical Contact form, garage rental and much more. The 2020 LRRS Rider Packet
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Please read below for some important information on the upcoming season.
You might not be aware, for the July round at NJMP CCS grids riders by ORDER OF ENTRY, not by points like we do here at LRRS. The entry portal for the CCS July 4-5 races is open and all LRRS championship classes will be run.
LRRS Riders will need an account set up to access the CCS portal. Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get that process started. If you already have an account, visit www.ccsracing.us and go to the online entry portal today.
For 2020, the LRRS Novice number and plates will be yellow plates with red numbers. This is different than yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s past. Please refer to section 8.1.7 of the 2020 LRRS Rulebook. And, an added perk is that Novice LRRS Riders can enter Amateur classes for the CCS July round at NJMP!
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 tapes 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 racing 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 the motorcycle at the time of tech inspection.
Why must the mounting position be consistent on all motorcycles?
I am glad you asked. These devices are 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.
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
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 commonplace. Even if a $50 per gallon fuel would not 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.
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