Sportbike track time does race license certification at their pro school events as well. I recall seeing them at several tracks in the midwest. I don't think this covers the fees to race in wera or ccs, though.You can also get your license at Grattan with WERA. CCS also does race schools at Blackhawk farms. It is a bit of a drive, but it is worth it, as Blackhawk is a nice track for a beginner.
I wonder which rear end rides/tracks better? The twin shocks or the monoshock with linkage?
I don't speak/work for CCS but I do there "vintage/classic " races.the wording has been changed to "classic" instead of "vintage"... this is only year 3. and CCS has only 7 classes ( 4 races) .and to my knowledge there are no future plans to add more classes. what they are trying (ccs) to do is give people whos bikes are a little obsolete 10-15+ years a few groups to race in. I like the way the classes are and don't think they need to add more. what I would like to see is more people get involved and race. that goes for all (CCS, ahrma, uscra, wera etc).nobody from CCS is trying to poach "vintage " racers from other groups to my knowledge. my interest in wanting these CCS classes to succeed are a little selfish if I am truthful. my "local" tracks are NJMP and Summit Point. yes everybody knows armha goes to NJMP (once) but nobody else goes to either of those 2 tracks.and I don't feel like driving all around the country, but that's just me..... what it comes down to is= if you have a older bike and don't think it is going to be competitive with the current bikes you may have a place to race. more bikes = more $$$... CCS is not trying to compete with other vintage groups for riders. CCS is trying to get more racers on the track.if CCS was into vintage they would have a more diverse class structure.