This is a discussion on AHRMA is Coming to New Jersey Motorsports Park within the Vintage Motorcycle Racing forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; i will be racing come hell or high water. have to figure out if i'm eligable first....
i will be racing come hell or high water. have to figure out if i'm eligable first.
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bfd - since you're a racer you'll already know that you won't need to buy your tickets ahead of time. You'll go to the registration gate like every other race event and get your wristband. But the better question would be how will you race two sidecars at once?
buckets - as long as you've got your USCRA license you'll just need to buy an AHRMA membership and you'll be eligible. No special AHRMA license is required.
that's my mistake. racers will be fine. spectators* need to buy their tickets ahead of time. makes the whole entrance thing run a bit more smoothly.
Craig- I will roll up to the gate and flash my entry pass thingy they made us get last year. Unless its expired. The bigger question is how to transport 2 rigs and if my passenger has the sack to race on the yellow one.
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Is Linda making pulled pork this year?
your passenger is trying to muscle up the sac to race the slow one…. the yellow one is berserker
no spectator passes needed for me either...
What kind of vendors do you think would be at this event? Just trying to figur e out if my family would like to come also.
i wish them luck. i'll be there.
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Sounds like fun, but UNFORTUNTELY that is the same weekend as the uscra vintage celebration. I need to run there to maintain my classic 50 champ status. (ha ha)
Craig, Which are you going to?
The USCRA vintage celebration is the weekend that the motorcycle racers get the shaft. Oil on the track, second choice for practice sessions and races at the end of the day after the cars have left. One day of racing spread over three days. I'll be in New Jersey.