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1.Yes Fasttrax is a CCS region and your Fasttrax/CCS regionalnumber are one in the same2. Don't quite understand what you mean by this but your Fasttrax regional points would count towards your grid position at the Race of Champions. Unsure how Fasttrax grids but CCS races are gridded by entry date (other than ROC).
In #2 I mean:My Fasttrax number and CCS number are the same for my region (great lakes), and I'm amature in both. Therefore, the number on my bike will stay and no need to carry yellow duct tape for a quick number change. Also, I don't have to register for a CCS license since the one I already have for Fasttrax is valid, and if I race a Fasttrax/CCS race, the points go for both. I'm sure I'll attend some races that are CCS only and don't involve FasttraxRight ??? Hell, I'm confused now t00 :P
I have a CCS license. Do I need a second license to compete in Fasttrax events?
I've raced a few WERA races here and there, but it's very competitive compared to a Fasttrax race. Don't get me wrong, racing is racing, but with Fasttrax, the new guys, along with Fasttrax veterans aren't as fast, or serious. Hell, I remember my first WERA race at Grattan where my head was huge from the Fasttrax race I won. Yeah, my head got deflated as soon as the green flag came out. I got lapped by first place by mid race, and it wasn't a local.
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