how are you graded?...what does it take to pass the test?jeffLSTD said:
YamaHamer... yup... a track time + you get to handle your CMRA class... and as Mike said, the mock-race can give you a taste of racing.
For what it's worth, all money that we collect from the CMRA Racing License School is sent back to the club itself. Our part to help an awesome club.
dont crash, dont be an idiot :twofinger
or go read:
All ya gotta do is beat BA, since his bike runs like crap ya have an advantage.YamaHamer-AL said:
how are you graded?...what does it take to pass the test?
Yama... basically yes. The link that Reyndogg posted gives more info, but in a nutshell, the course is not really a RIDING school, but covers rules, on/off-track etiquette, suggestions on how to keep track of races, etc.YamaHamer-AL said:so what you're saying is it matters not if you're fast or not, more about being safe and knowing the rules?
I agree with you Jeff. Unfortunately I was one of the dorks that did one trackday and thought I could do it after that. Boy was I wrong!jeffLSTD said:
We do suggest that people who are considering going racing get some track time under their belt beforehand. Racing is a total blast, but we have had a few come through the class that did one track day and decided that was enough... then showed up for their first race and was not really comfortable with the environment... yet.
RACING = FUN!!!
1. Not a problem as long as you don't ride to the track.Team503 said:
Ok, I know I should know this already, but I'm going to ask again anyway.
1. Is it a problem if my inspection/registration is expired? I know, I know, I'm just lazy :redlip
2. It doesn't specify for the Beginner group, but is it safe to assume that I'll need leather riding pants?
3. Would I be able to bum a ride in a truck (and trailer my bike) from someone in Austin, not for this track day, but for one in the short term future?
4. Will someone bring a camera to take pictures and prove to the world how much I really suck? :nanana