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    The Sang-Froid Riding Club presents the "Six Hours of McMinnville" Endurance Race


    RACE DATE: Sunday, 14 June

    RACE FORMAT
    6-hour endurance race. 3 hours each direction. No break between direction changes; once all the riders are in the hot pits we will ‘restart’ in the other direction.Teams will be placed according to the number of laps completed. First place goes to the team that completes the most laps, etc.Track is the McMinnville Karting track; 14 corners, 6/10 of a mile: http://portlandkarting.com/club-info/track-info

    Tentative day schedule
    Registration and tech inspection: 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
    Mandatory rider’s meeting: 9 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
    Practice and tech inspection: 9:20 – 10 a.m.
    Race: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Awards: 5:15 p.m.

    Minimum team size: 1 person. Maximum team size: 3 people.

    There will be six teams per class. Both classes will race at the same time (12 bikes on-track at the same time) but each class will be scored separately.

    COSTS

    The cost is $175 per team, plus a $100 down payment to reserve your grid position. Total cost per team: $275.

    Teams may camp at the track the night before, at a cost of $25 per pit. (Pro tip: get to know your neighbors and create a ‘mega-pit’)

    No gate fee for racers. Gate fee for non-racers is $10.

    CLASSES

    Modern Smallbore: Maximum displacement of 250cc, two-stroke or four-stroke, any year.

    Vintage: Maximum displacement of 500cc, two-stroke or four-stroke, up to and including 1980 models.

    MISCELLANEOUS

    There will be trained medical personnel on-site during the race. There will not be an ambulance on-site unless one is called by the medical team. Corner-workers will be on-site.

    Scoring (i.e. counting laps) will likely occur with transponders. We’re working on this detail; most likely you’ll be issued a transponder for use, free of charge. Details to follow.

    The snack shack will be operational during the race. There may be other on-site food options – details TBD.

    SFRC will provide a MIG welder, air compressor, and other specialty tools for general use. Don’t assume we’ll have what you need, though! Please bring your own tools and spares.

    GENERAL RULES

    Bikes must be show workmanlike construction. Tech requirements for specific bike types to follow, but are in general more slightly less stringent than most road-racing tech requirements. Bellypans are NOT required.

    Gear requirements to follow, but full-face helmets, over-the-ankle boots, gauntlet gloves, and full leathers or textile gear required. Leathers or textiles may be two-piece. Back protectors are strongly recommended.

    Bikes must be capable of setting lap times consistent with competitors’ machines – please contact us if you have questions about your bike’s eligibility. (Rule of thumb: no mopeds, step-throughs, etc.)

    Teams must have fire extinguisher present in pit.

    A race license is not required.

    Crashed machines must undergo a technical inspection before reentering the race.

    Additional rule details will be forwarded to participating teams.

    TO REGISTER

    Available spots will be given to teams on a first-come, first-serve basis. A $100 down payment is required to secure your team’s position on the grid, with the balance due on race day. To check availability or start the reservation process please contact Patrick Leyshock at: [email protected].

    A BIG THANKS TO OREGON SUPERBIKERS FOR PARTNERING WITH US ON THIS! Check them out at oregonsuperbikers.com

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    ONE spot on the grid remaining. Lots of seat time, a chance to bring home a trophy!

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    Many thanks for making it a great weekend. A handful of OMRRA racers made it down to the track this weekend, including Kelly Johnson, Alex Taylor, Sam Boggess, Cullen King, Jared Kenyon, Jon Munns, Travis Gardner, Peter Kahn, Austin McCabe, Jacob Redmond. Thanks to Tom Young & Competition Motors for the transponder support.

    Gerard and Jeff Brooks came down to help too - thank you. Props too to Rick Farmer for a consult on the timing system.

    Let's do this again sometime!
    Last edited by Patrick Leyshock; 06-17-2015 at 08:45 PM.

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