December Season Opener Schedule
Monday, November 20
- Driver Registration opens.
Monday, December 4
- Driver Registration closes at midnight. (Drivers will be charged a late fee of $100 per driver after this date for any late registrations or changes, and your name will not appear on the daily race schedule.)
Friday, December 8
- Safety Inspections 12:30pm to 2:00pm. Please print and fill out a Safety Inspection Form prior to inspection. You need to fill out one Safety Inspection Form per machine for each class. All sleds and safety equipment must meet ISR rules.
- Practice 2:00pm to 4:00pm and 7:00pm to 9:00pm weather pending.
- Driver Sign-In 4:00pm to 7:00pm in the CPTC Press Booth. Make sure you register online so we have all your information and can simply check you in. Driver Sign-In is not mandatory, but it makes the whole event run faster, smoother and easier! We look forward to seeing you there!
Saturday, December 9
- Safety Inspections 9:30am to 11:00am
- Hot Laps 11:00am to 12:30pm
- Racing 2:00pm
Sunday, December 10
- Safety Inspections 8:00am to 9:00am
- Hot Laps 9:00am to 10:30am
- Racing 11:00am
Monday, December 11
- Free Practice 10:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 3:00pm
PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING:
***New this year*** – Racers must sign the insurance waiver digitally here:
Racers will not be allowed on the race track until it is completed.
Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts and/or safe senders list. This way we can get a hold of you regarding changes to race weekend. Emails might go to your junk folder otherwise. This could be information regarding class cancellations, changes to practice, etc.
- ALL RACERS: We have swtiched to a new way of lining up all racers on the starting line. This will be in place for all races, whether it is a heat or final. For more information please go here.
- All Pro Champ 440 racers must register for the USSA ProStar Cup to be eligible for prize payouts for Saturday’s final. Racers can register for free here.
- ALL RACERS: Please enter your mailing address into your Raceday profile. Raceday asks for a street address, but we need your mailing address, so that we can mail prize money cheques to you if you don’t pick them up at the awards ceremony.
- ALL RACERS INCLUDING BIKES, ATV’S AND KITTY KAT: 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 ISRLicense.com. The fees charged go to the United States Auto Club (who owns ISR), not to CPTC Inc. If you are a Canadian racer only racing in Canada, make sure you select that checkmark box, as that ISR license is much cheaper. PLEASE BRING YOUR ISR MEMBER ID CARD TO 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.
- ALL RACERS: 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.
- ALL SNOWMOBILE RACERS: Helmets require Snell 2020 or ECE 22.05 rating for this year.
- ALL SNOWMOBILE RACERS are required to have a Raceceiver radio on during RACING, HOT LAPS and PRACTICE if there is more than one sled on the track. CPTC WILL NOT BE SELLING RACECEIVERS. You can buy Raceceivers at www.raceceiver.com. Raceceivers can be shared between drivers as long as they are not racing in the same class.
- ALL MINOR PARTICIPANTS AND THEIR PARENTS: Our insurance provider requires that ALL MINORS must have both parents/guardians sign a digital parental release form. The digital parental release form can be signed here:A minor that is competing must also have a guardian accompanying them.
- ALL RACERS: The driver’s assigned competitive number must be displayed on both sides of the snowmobile hood, dirt bike, or ATV. The number must be a minimum of six (6) inches high, 3/4 inches wide, and be displayed in contrasting colors. On snowmobiles, numbers must also be displayed on both sides of the tunnel, minimum four (4) inches high. These numbers must be displayed on the snowmobile, dirt bike or ATV 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 pay cheque should you win your race but we are unable to verify the number on your sled. We appreciate you making our jobs easier.