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CCS vs WERA classes
« on: November 16, 2002, 06:22:16 am »
hey guys,

well, i've raced in MGP (GLRRA) the past 2 years and am moving to CCS and/or WERA for next year.  

how do the classes work in terms of superstock, superbike, etc?  with an SV, how many races can I run per weekend?

in the past, it was never an issue - just race every lightweight race available, but with the regulations on bike modifications, i wanted to double check.

thanks,

eddie
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Re: CCS vs WERA classes
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2002, 02:38:48 pm »
You've got Lightweight Supersport, Superbike, and Grand Prix.  Grand Prix has 250 GP bikes in it.  GT Lights is a solo endurance race, 30 minutes or so and a purse.  You can race in Supertwins against big Ducati's and Aprilia's and RC51's.  And there is Heavyweight Sportsman.  You could bump up to some of the middlewieght classes if you felt motivated and had the extra cash.

I think the only class that is really restricted on the motor and DOT tires is LWSupersport.  

Hope that helps a bit.

Is Eric Naake doing anyting for 2003?
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