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We are now accepting and encouraging pre-entries for all our events. Please click on the button below to enter and pay via pay-pal. (Pay-Pal account not needed, you can use your debit or credit card). We will now have a speedier "Pre-Entry" line, where you will just simply need to check in to sign your waiver and get your row assignment. In the event you are unable to make the event, we will either apply your fee to another event or refund it at your discretion. Pre-Entry will close on the Thursday night previous to each event. 
Minor release form: MUST BE SIGNED BY BOTH PARENTS AND NOTARIZED....it is good for the whole season. Please don't show up without it completed, your child will be really disappointed.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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     Pictures from our new venue in Florence for the April event
                  
Images from the Cactus Flats Venue on May 14
The 2017 CORCS series is brought to you courtesy of our friends over at the Law Offices of Peter Anderson. Peter is a fellow competitor who's will to win on the race course, is only second to his will to win in the courtroom. If you are ever in need of representation in an injury related case, click on the link below to see if they can help you get what you deserve. 
10/16/17

Results are posted for the final Law Offices of Peter Anderson C.O.R.E Hare Scrambles

There has been an adjustment to the Mini 2 results, as a number of kids found a shortcut for a couple of laps. It is impossible to know exactly how this affected each rider, but we determined the average advantage was 2 min., so we added that amount of time to the last lap of each rider affected for each lap. We believe the results posted as the most accurate we can do given the circumstance. The review period is open til 9pm Tues. night, so contact me before that with any concerns. 

The C250 class is tentative at the moment pending receipt of some video.....watch for an update on that. 

Guys......there was some rough riding and some hard feelings at this event, which is not the way we roll. This is supposed to be fun, and above all, as safe as we can make it for all. When we get caught up the middle of this, the fun factor goes way down for us. Do your part to prevent promoter burnout.....it's good for everyone. 

A couple of rule reviews before we head into the final event. 

1) You must travel between two arrows when entering or exiting a corner or at any point on the course where they are present, like at the top of a hill leading to a water obstacle. 

2) You must be on your bike when passing through scoring. You can't leave your bike on the course and walk through and be counted. 

3) Even if pushing your bike through scoring, you must have traveled the marked course, otherwise the lap doesn't count. 

4) Completing a single lap counts as a finish at CORCS. You are scored by the number of laps you complete in the time period. 


Moving forward, we will have the schedule up for the final round in just a day or two, pre-entry is now open though.     

The final round will NOT be double points. Because of the change in date, it will be a single points event. 


Mark your calendars, the awards event will be on Jan. 27. Sorry for the extended date, but the rescheduled event trough off our calendar, and we decided not to compete with the holidays in Dec. More on that coming soon!