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*** ATTENTION ALL RACERS (Excluding Kitty Kat, 120, and Motorcycles): *** NEW THIS YEAR:  To be eligible to race at any ISR-sanctioned event (Beausejour is one), racers MUST purchase an ISR license prior to our driver sign-in.  To obtain one, please visit www.isrlicense.com.  The fees charged go to the United States Auto Club (who now owns ISR), not to CPTC Inc. Please bring your ISR member ID card to the Driver Sign-in. If you have not received it by our race date, please bring a copy of the receipt from your online membership purchase.

Please be advised that driver registration CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT ON WEDNESDAY, March 1st, 2017.   Drivers will be charged a fee of $15 per class for any late registrations or changes.

PRACTICE for the Canadian Championships is scheduled for FRIDAY, March 3, 2017 between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., weather permitting.

DRIVER SIGN-IN will be held on FRIDAY, March 3, 2017 from 1:00 TO 4:00 PM. at the CPTC PRESS BOOTH OFFICE. We look forward to seeing you there!

PARKING IN THE PITS:  Because of limited space in the pits, each driver will be given a parking pass for ONE additional vehicle in the pits, besides his/her race trailer.  It must be placed on the rear view mirror of the vehicle and be visible at all times.  Additional parking passes are $20 each.

SAFETY INSPECTIONS:  Please be advised that Safety Inspections will take place Friday, March 3, 2017 between 4:00 and 5:30 p.m. following testing.  Saturday and Sunday Safety Inspections will take place between 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. both days. All sleds and safety equipment must meet ISR rules.

Friday Night racing starts at 6:00 p.m.

HOT LAPS start at 9:00 a.m. both Saturday & Sunday, with racing slated to get underway at 11:00 a.m. both days.

IT IS MANDATORY that the driver’s helmet must be a MINIMUM of 75% international or blaze ORANGE.  Helmets must be SNELL 2010.  The 2017-2018 race season will require Snell 2015 rating.

Please be advised that the following ISR rule regarding snowmobile identification will also be strictly enforced:  The driver’s assigned competitive number must be displayed on both sides of the snowmobile hood.  The number must be a minimum of six (6) inches high, 3/4 inches wide, and be displayed in contrasting colors.  Numbers must also be displayed on both sides of the tunnel, minimum four (4) inches high.  These numbers must be displayed on the snowmobile in a permanent manner before being allowed to race.

This is a mandatory rule, as track personnel need to be able to identify your sled on the track.  Failure to comply could potentially cost you a paycheque should you win your race but we are unable to verify the number on your sled.  We appreciate you making our jobs easier!

PLEASE REFER TO THE ISR RULE BOOK AVAILABLE ONLINE AT isrracing.org TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING DRIVER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT RULES, ETC. or canmocycle.ca regarding protective equipment for motorcycle racing.

NEW FOR 2016-2017:

Under red flag conditions, up to 3 pit crew members per sled are allowed on the track to add slide lube and perform engine and radiator cooling functions to the sled.

Upon being summoned to restart, all crew members shall leave the track surface except the designated crew member who assists in the engine starting procedure with the driver.

Under the red or yellow flag, drivers only may work on their snowmobiles on the course proper and must use only parts and tools carried on the course by themselves, or contained on the vehicle at the beginning of the event/race.  The Race Director has authority to indicate to the driver which items are acceptable to carry on one’s person, or must be compartmentalized in the vehicle.  No work can be done during green flag racing.

Ski loop failure during an event is an automatic mechanical black flag.  The disqualification for the race will take place whether the driver is notified while on the track or not.  This includes notification by black flag, notification by radio transmission, or verbal notification after the event, either by the Race Director, Flagman, or Technical Inspector.

Ski loop failure in a heat, round, or final event results in a disqualification from that particular event.  In the case of rounds, drivers may repair and return to the next round of competition.  In the case of events with heats, DQ’d drivers will be allowed to repair and enter the final only if positions are open on the line after normal scoring procedures for all other competitors is completed.

Attention all minor participants and their parents: Our insurance provider requires that ALL MINORS must have a parent sign a parental release form. A minor that is competing must also have a guardian accompanying them.  Parental waivers can be downloaded here. Please bring the completed form with you to the driver sign-in.

If you have issues registering, please contact registration@cptcracing.com.

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