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  • Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

    So, I signed myself up for this, but in no way can I do it alone. I will be able to edit and do the layout but I need content from everyone as I don't have time to write everything.
    I don't need finished pieces as I will be re-working everything regardless, but if anyone wants to collect info / content regarding a subject let me know. Even if you want to post here and suggest topics that should be included, that would be a great start.
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    BMW E30 (#84) | Honda Civic (Chumpcar - Scrap Denial #19)

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    Re: Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

    one of the things I was confused with was the paperwork. Join a club and get your membership # and a log in to the website, than get a race license. I than did not know if I needed a medical, as it does not tell you that is only for the higher one.
    cost of each step.
    Ice Racing SS4 #167
    Twin Lakes Motor Club

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    • #3
      Re: Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

      GREAT SHANE!

      A couple things have been asked or told is...

      Too hard to take car to track everyweekend..Dont have trailer
      -Cars parked for season in pits
      -Many cars stored at Tom P's in offseason for minimal cost
      -Many cars for sale either there already, or can be

      Cost of entries
      -currently $130.00 per class for entire weekend
      -2 practices
      -1 qualifier
      - 4 races over 2 days

      places to stay
      Last edited by Pappa168; 04-19-2013, 03:12 PM. Reason: not finished

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      • #4
        Re: Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

        Shane,
        Your work on this is much appreciated. It is great to see os many people on the soapbox to grow our hobby.

        Todd

        PS I have been directed to adjust the price to move Ralf's class winning Justy. Will come with a parts car if so desired carrying as many parts as you can carry. Check out the link


        Originally posted by Pappa168 View Post
        GREAT SHANE!

        A couple things have been asked or told is...

        Too hard to take car to track everyweekend..Dont have trailer
        -Cars parked for season in pits
        -Many cars stored at Tom P's in offseason for minimal cost
        -Many cars for sale either there already, or can be

        Cost of entries
        -currently $130.00 per class for entire weekend
        -2 practices
        -1 qualifier
        - 4 races over 2 days

        places to stay
        Last edited by Todd Doyle; 04-21-2013, 06:47 PM. Reason: change of info
        Rubbber to ice - Coroller All-Trac
        Kinsmen Club of Oshawa - the only all canadian service club

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          Re: Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

          Where's the LINK Todd??
          woodchips (Larry) Ice Racer 157.
          Sponsors-Tiremaster-Oshawa & Precision Tune-Brooklin

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          • #6
            Re: Getting started in ice racing - The guidebook

            Originally posted by woodchips View Post
            Where's the LINK Todd??
            The for sale section. Put it here;

            http://www.casc.on.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=26690
            Rubbber to ice - Coroller All-Trac
            Kinsmen Club of Oshawa - the only all canadian service club

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