WCC Qualifying thisa friday


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Posted On Behalf of the CMRA:

Friday night Sept 16 there will be CMRA Practice / Qualifying Presented by HardNoX Track Dayz, rain or shine. The double header format makes time very tight on this weekend, so the Friday night practice will permit riders to get settled before Saturday’s races. CMRA hopes to be on track by 4:30 or 5:00 pm, and will practice until approximately 8:15. Saturday and Sunday will follow the regular Sunday race schedule, which is available in the Race Day Handout posted at www.roadracing.org

Friday set-up/Track Entrance
Riders are welcome to come to the track on Friday night to set-up their pits and get prepared for the weekend festivities. Tech will be available that night but priority will be given to those that are riding and qualifying. There will be a $10 gate fee for all entrants on Friday night

Registration and Tech Inspection
Online pre-Registration and pre-payment is a must if you want to guarantee being on track Friday night. Registration will only be open from 5-7 pm on Friday night, and 7:30 - 8:30 Saturday and Sunday mornings. Cost for the practice evening will be $100. Only licensed racers can register for Friday night practice. Tech sheets and timing tags will be available Friday night, and tech inspection will open at 4:00 pm.
Registration is due Thursday September 15 at 5:00 pm. Refunds for the Friday night practice will be available anytime if you can’t make it, so please pre-register and pre-pay. This change in refund policy will apply for this weekend only.

Practice and Qualifying:
Riders will be split into 20 minute slow/fast practice sessions (1:28 and over, and 1:27 and under). Qualifying will be done via the Zoomius timing system, with riders gridded in order of their best times on the weekend for the following classes:
Am/Ex Superbike (both Race 1 &Race 2), Am/Ex Middleweight Sportbike and Open Thunder
Qualifying will also be available during Saturday morning practice for all riders, to permit those who were unable to attend Friday night to get their best lap times in for gridding. Your fastest time from the Friday night and the Saturday morning practices will be counted towards your final qualifying grid positioning.
If for any reason the qualifying sessions do not work out as planned, grids for all races will follow the normal process where riders are gridded by points standings, and then by order of registration.

Questions? Please contact Rob Darlington at [email protected] or call me direct at 403 860-9609

Last chance to race at Race City folks – SEE YOU THERE!!!!!!!!