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migkilr

Typical Weekend Schedule
« on: January 30, 2006, 08:15:45 am »
I'm new to CCS and wanted to check out a typical weekend schedule.  Can I find this stuff somewhere?  In particular I'm looking for the Jennings schedule, my first race of the season.  Thanks!
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Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2006, 10:33:55 am »
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Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2006, 11:48:05 am »
1.  Read typicla weekend schedule
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Scott

Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2006, 11:53:52 am »
1.  Read Typical Weekend Schedule

2.  Go to riders meeting where races 3 and 7 are combined.  Now everyone in race 6 needs time before race 8 (now race 7).

3.  Find out later there is a church within a couple of miles of the track and there is a two hour "lunch"

4.  Races get shortened from 8 to 6 laps.

5.  5,000 riders crash in amatuer middleweight supersport with an hour clean-up.

6.  Last two races of the day shortened to a hole-shot award.

Just kidding, the schedule is pretty well set but I guess the dynamics of racing requires a dynamic schedule.
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migkilr

Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2006, 01:54:14 pm »
Thanks, so does Sunday mirror Saturday, or is Saturday a practice day?
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Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2006, 02:08:57 pm »
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1.  Read Typical Weekend Schedule

2.  Go to riders meeting where races 3 and 7 are combined.  Now everyone in race 6 needs time before race 8 (now race 7).

3.  Find out later there is a church within a couple of miles of the track and there is a two hour "lunch"

4.  Races get shortened from 8 to 6 laps.

5.  5,000 riders crash in amatuer middleweight supersport with an hour clean-up.

6.  Last two races of the day shortened to a hole-shot award.

Just kidding, the schedule is pretty well set but I guess the dynamics of racing requires a dynamic schedule.



;D  thats great!!  

mig basically for sat and sun you practice in the AM, sometimes races before lunch, and then races after lunch.  GP series is a lttle different, check trackaddix web site for info there.  but as Scott is alluding too... pay attention at the riders meeting and to the results/grids posted for updates...

I think my favorite was this year at ACC south... 2 restarts for AM MWSS on sat... finally called off that race to finish OTHER races only to re-re-re-run our race the following day... using the original starting position... from the 2nd restart from the day before.
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Re: Typical Weekend Schedule
« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2006, 07:47:35 pm »
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1.  Read Typical Weekend Schedule
2.  Go to riders meeting where races 3 and 7 are combined.  Now everyone in race 6 needs time before race 8 (now race 7).
3.  Find out later there is a church within a couple of miles of the track and there is a two hour "lunch"
4.  Races get shortened from 8 to 6 laps.
5.  5,000 riders crash in amatuer middleweight supersport with an hour clean-up.
6.  Last two races of the day shortened to a hole-shot award.


;D  Now THAT's funny  ;D
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