FAQ's
Q: How do I sign up? 

A: You can sign up at the event on race day, or if you are a member, you can pre-register on-line. Sign-up is open till 1:15, so if you are in the afternoon race, you won't need to be there in the morning. 

Q: How many rounds count towards year end awards?

A: Six, but you must enter at least four to qualify. 

Q: Can I practice on the course? 

A: CORCS courses are NOT open for practice once marking begins. There is a sight lap before each event on race day, and some of the facilities are open for riding the week/weekend before an event.  

Q: What is the difference between a Hare Scrambles (HS) and a Gran Prix (GP)?

A: CORCS defines a Hare Scrambles to be run over an extended time period, 1-1/2 - 2hrs. in length, while a GP will generally run in the 45-60 minute time frame. 

Q: Will I have enough gas to finish? 

A: All events will have a pit stop area where you can gas up during the race. 

Q: Do I need a spark arrestor?

A: No, all of our courses are on private land. 

Q: Is camping allowed?

A: Yes, camping is allowed and encouraged at all our events, make a weekend of it. 

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Rules and FAQ's


Rules:

Numbers:   The number you are assigned is your permanent number for the series. You can register on the “membership” page here, or at any event. If you are riding both quads and bikes, you will have the same number for both.

Recommended Backgrounds:

Pro       Blue/Wht Numbers
A          Red/Wht Numbers
B          Yellow/Blk Numbers
C          Black/Wht Numbers
Mini      Wht/Blk Numbers

Backgrounds are not required but will make it easier for scoring and for your fellow racers to know who they are racing against. 

Classification
You must ride the highest class you have competed in with any other organization in the past two years. Exceptions can be made with permission of the race director, contact us to discuss. Any rider found to be riding in a class below their established skill level, will either have their position adjusted to the proper class, or will be DQ'd, depending on what is most applicable at the discretion of the race director. 

Classes
Pro:      This class is a race for money only, no trophies, Pro purse at all events is $500 for first place + 100% payback to top 30%. Race director will calculate payback on a per race basis depending on number of entries.

Open A/B/C:      Enter these classes based on your skill level with any other racing organizations. Entry level racers should enter the C class.

Vet/Sen/Sup. Sen, Masters:  You must ride the class you are old enough for at the day of the race. If you are riding for series points, but will be having a birthday during the series, your points will not transfer to the new class if you change.

Quads:  Enter these classes based on your skill level with any other racing organizations. Entry level racers should enter the C class.  

Vintage:   Vintage class is for '74 and earlier models, Post Vintage is for '75 and newer, Drum Brakes only. Bomber class is for bikes 20 yrs. and older, no restrictions. No skill classes. Vintage class will run on the last line in the C race. 

​Unclassified: This event runs with the "C" race on the front row. This class pays no points or trophies. It is for Non C riders who choose not to ride a regular A/B class, or in addition to the A/B or Quad class for those riders wishing for extra ride time. regular entry fees apply, except when in addition to a second class, then entry is 50%. 

Numbers 1-10 will be reserved for the ten highest motorcycle points scorers to run for 2016. 

Year End Points:

There are seven races for 2017, there is one drop. That means your best six finishes count no matter how many events you race. You must race at least five events to qualify for year end awards. 

One day memberships do receive points towards year end awards. 

Year end points ties will be broken in the following order: 

1) The rider who accumulates the poinst total in fewest events. Ex: One rider gets points for five events, the other takes six events to gain the same # of points. The rider who completed in five events wins the tie breaker based on lower scores per event. 

2) In case of the same number of events, the rider who finished higher in the last head to head competition breaks the tie. 

Common Sense Rules:

1) No pit racing or riding…….5mph to/from start line only
2) No cutting the course. 5 min penalty for blatant cutting

Year End Awards: Your best five (out of a possible eight) finishes count towards year end awards, you must compete in at least four events to qualify. 

These are not all the rules……..many of them are in the race directors head. He will address them as necessary as they come up and reserves the right to enforce them as necessary. Just use your head, don’t endanger anyone and have a good time!  



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