250 racing at Greg Moore Raceway

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  1. KBELL408

    KBELL408 New Member

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    Some important things to know if you are planning on racing your 250 (or?) with the PCMRC at Greg Moore Raceway
    -noise is as or more restricted than Mission
    -SLIDERS!bike must be slider equipped.NO METAL SHOULD CONTACT THE RACE TRACK.
    -nylon/plastic should be used for bar ends,frame pucks,axle protectors and mufflers.
    -aluminium footpegs are ok.no steel feelers,nylon/plastic feelers recommended.
    -if in doubt wrap any possible contact point in a thick layer of non metallic material,hockey tape has proven to work well.
    -ideas for muffler sliders.Google advanced performance accessories.com ,go to product overview and check out their answer to muffler damage.Another option depending on muffler hanger used is to solid mount a slider where the passenger peg normally goes
    -plan your pit location!No riding in the pits.All bikes must be pushed to pre grid.All bikes must be pushed from track exit to your pit area.No exceptions.
    -No intentional damaging of any paved surface.No burnouts,no fires(yes it happened)on any paved surface.
    -consult www.westcoastkartclub.com for info about track location and layout
    -yearly and daily practice passes available.$75.00 gets you a full day of practice .Track available Wed to Sunday if not holding a race event or private test.Mondays and Tues require more planning ahead(no supervisor on call).Always contact the track supervisor previous to arriving for day passes.
    Any questions or concerns feel free to contact me.
     
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    dr_vu New Member

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    so?? it's ok to have fires on the dirt?? or no fires at all?
     
  3. KBELL408

    KBELL408 New Member

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    Check with the supervisor,they usually don't mind a small fire on the gravel.
     

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