There are a number of major changes in 2021, so be sure to read the rulebook carefully!
New for 2021 we will be having a points scoring round at New Jersey Motorsports Park (July 3-4) as a part of the NEMRR series. All NEMRR Amateur and Expert Championship classes will be run. Novice riders - you are welcome to participate at NJMP and since CCS does not have a Novice class you'll be racing as an Amateur. Super Street riders - there is no Super Street class at NJMP (yet)
This event will be run as a part of a multi region event with CCS Atlantic and Mid-Atlantic riders. CCS will be running this event and unlike NEMRR, CCS grids riders by ORDER OF ENTRY.
NEMRR 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. Online information is available at https://www.ccsracing.us/racerportal.html
NEMRR racing is scored using MyLaps transponders. The models approved for use are Tranx260 and X2/TR2. New licensed riders will get a free transponder rental. Novice or out of region riders may rent a transponder for $35/weekend. NEMRR Amateur and Expert riders are required to own a transponder.
Transponders must be mounted on the front of the motorcycle inline with the front fork tubes. Most racers mount this device to the upper fork leg, unless if there is a solid mount inside the fairing on their model machine. Be sure that if you mount your Transponder to the fork leg that you ensure that the mount cannot spin around the fork tube (a small strip of Duct tape works).
If you get home and find a rental transponder on your bike and do not want to be charged $480,
please send it to the address below right away:
New Hampshire International Speedway
1122 Route 106 North,
Box 7888 Loudon, NH 03307
As a test for 2021, NEMRR now has the same fuel rules as CCS. This makes most commercially available gasoline now legal for NEMRR.
Attention all NEMRR/LRRS riders! This 10-minute video (CLICK HERE) highlights some of the new things coming to our series for next year. John Grush, Noelle Doucette, and Eric Wood met with the Advisory Board and many riders and officials during this off-season and have worked together with all of these people to continue to move our series forward. Among the topics covered - the new Super Street class, gridding updates, changes to tech requirements, number plate updates, and a new fuel rule (which we are testing for 1 year).
We’re looking forward to a great 2021!
RACING LICENSE RENEWAL