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  1.  Why is the at-track schedule different than the one posted on this website?

  2.  How much does it cost to enter races?

  3.  Which Pre-Entry Form should I use for races run by CCS Affiliates?

  4.  Am I eligible to compete in the ASRA classes?

  5.  How do entries & fees differ during a Twin Sprints weekend?

  6.  What classes does CCS have?

  7.  Does CCS offer any refunds?

  8.  How long does a refund take and how is payment made?

  9.  I have back-to-back races. Can I request a change?



  1. Why is the at-track schedule different than the one posted on this website?
    Answer - All schedules posted on our website are considered "Tentative" and should be used for planning only. The "at track" schedule is the Official Schedule to use.

    The Race Director has the option to change the event schedule due to conditions, number of entries or other reasons. Always attend the Riders' Meeting -every day- for updates to all event schedules.


  2. How much does it cost to enter races?
    Answer - Fees are listed in the instructions for each form and in our mailers. Please download these from our Forms Page.


  3. Which Pre-Entry Form should I use for races run by CCS Affiliates?
    Answer - Each Affiliate has their own entry form for races hosted by them. We have tried to include links to those forms on each region schedule as well as on the event (track) pages. Also, most Affiliates have a website where you can download their form if you do not see it here on CCSRACING.US.

    The best rule of thumb is to refer to the Schedules and the code at the top (repeated below). If there is no symbol next to the event's name on the schedule, use the regular CCS/ASRA Pre-Entry forms (See our Forms page to download). (CCS Florida and the Loudon Road Race Series are different.)
    < Hosted by CCS Florida
    > Hosted by LRRS



  4. Am I eligible to compete in the ASRA and/or USGPRU classes?
    Answer - Yes - IF you have a full ASRA license and your bike meets the proper specifications per our current Competition Rulebook. (See License FAQs for information on upgrading your license.)

    All ASRA and USGPRU classes can be entered by both Amateurs and Experts - Separate trophies, points & contingencies for each.



  5. How do entries & fees differ during a Twin Sprints weekend?
    Answer - If an event is tagged as a Twin Sprints, every CCS class runs twice (except the GTs & Rookies Cup) during the same weekend.

    Fees are based upon all of your entries for both days, saving you a tremendous amount of money for camping, motel rooms, gate & entry fees - plus giving you the opportunity to earn more points.

    Twin Sprints Example (6 races in 3 classes on 2 days - pre-entered)
       Pre-Entry 1st Class, Both Days: $80 + $60 = $140
       Pre-Entry 2nd Class, Both Days: $60 + $60 = $120
       Pre-Entry 3rd Class, Both Days: $60 + $60 = $120
         Total: $380 (saves you $35 in pre-entry)

    Remember, Affiliate Twin Sprints entry prices may differ. Contact the promoter for exact fees.

    Most Common Mistake: Failure to mark the proper blocks for Race 1 and/or Race 2 on Entry Forms. (This causes the rider to be entered in the first day of racing only.)



  6. What classes does CCS have?
    Answer - Refer to our Pre-Entry Form for the list of classes, as well as our current Rule Book.



  7. Does CCS offer any refunds?
    Answer - Yes *. Please read the Road Racing Credit Policy explained on Page 2 of our Request for Refund of Entries Form carefully. The timing of your request will affect the amount you receive.

    Before any action is taken at the main office, the rider (no one else) must fill out, sign and submit a Refund of Entries Form.

    Pre-Entry refund requests should be faxed to our office (Fax#: 817-246-2977) by the pre-entry deadline if possible.

    For all refunds requested at the track, your Race Entry Receipt (usually the Pink copy) must be attached to the form. Keep in mind that no refunds will be paid for "closed" races when all grid spots have been sold. (Other limitations apply - see the instructions on the form.)

    * Some of our Affiliates do not offer refunds.
    * No refunds are given for Daytona events.



  8. How long does a refund take and how is payment made?
    Answer - All refund requests must be processed by the main office. No refunds are paid at the track. If your request is approved, allow approximately 3-4 weeks processing time. It will applied to your credit card or a check will be mailed to you - depending upon how you originally paid. You -can- request that the credit be applied to a future pre-entry if you desire.


  9.  I have back-to-back races. Can I request a change?
    Answer - Talk to the Race Director. Usually your dilemma can be solved by adding a break between your races.


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Fort Worth, TX 76108-4194
Phone: 817-246-1127
Fax: 817-246-2977

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