CCS/ASRA Archived News & Announcements
2008 CCS/ASRA Archived News
We are pleased to announce a new website created specifically for our ASRA Pro Series - ASRARACING.COM
ASRAracing.com will eventually contain all information and news about the ASRA Pro series including the schedule, results, and points. Additionally, we have plans for more features - rider & team profiles, sponsors, and a community section. The ASRA Channel section is still in the planning stages, but may include photos or video footage.
Come Celebrate Your Victories! 2008 Banquets will be held January thru April 2009
Just like our riders, we look forward to the Holiday Season to spend time with our families and friends so here are the 2008 Holiday Hours for the ASRA/CCS main office.
In observance of Thanksgiving, the office will close Wednesday and Thursday November 26th and 27th.
For the Christmas Holiday, we will close from December 24th to January 5th. During this period we will continue to process the mail and faxes that arrive, along with answering e-mail, there just won't be anyone in the office to receive or return phone calls.
Remember the 2009 License Renewal deadline is January 2, 2009 so if you anticipate having a question or problem, you'll need to call the office before we close for the holidays.
Thanks for you support and we look forward to seeing you in 2009!
Two Days of Racing at Eagles Canyon
CCS South's Travis Marshall has announced that the November 15th & 16th at Eagles Canyon Raceway will have two full days of racing. The Racer Practice Day will be on Friday, November 14th, followed by racing both Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday will feature "make-up" races for the cancelled MSR Houston event allowing the previously committed contingencies to be paid along with single CCS South regional points. Sunday's races will pay double points as well as additional contingency benefits.
New CCS South numbers:
The CCS Florida race (rescheduled from October to November) has been cancelled.
See the October 1 Press Release for complete details.
MSR Houston Cancelled due to Hurricane Damage
CCS Racing October 4-5 at MSR Houston has been cancelled.
According to Track Officials, the race track itself sustained minimal damage. However, damages were extensive to homes and businesses throughout the area causing many residents to seek temporary shelter in nearby hotels and motels.
It was deemed necessary to cancel the race to keep visitors out of the area and allow them to handle their hurricane clean-up and repair efforts more effectively.
Hurricane Hanna Changes ASRA/CCS Schedule at Summit Point
September 6, 2008
Summit Point Summer's End CycleFest Information
A reminder that we will be holding a Racer's Practice/Track Day on Friday, September 5 preceding the CCS/ASRA Summit Point race weekend Sept. 6th & 7th.
The cost is $100 for licensed CCS/ASRA racers; $150 for others. Those without a current CCS license and wanting to be included in the Advanced (racer) group must have a current license with another racing organization and present it to the clerk during registration.
Tentative Early Registration hours on Thursday will be:
Tech will also be open during approximately the same times on Thursday evening.
Additional CCS South Schedule Change
The November 15-16 race weekend, previously set for MSR Cresson, has been moved to Eagles Canyon Raceway. (Correction)
CCS Florida Schedule Changes
Construction at Moroso has resulted in changes to the Florida schedule.
Unless otherwise announced, the October Moroso round will remain on the schedule as planned.
Ty Howard Fastest at Eagles Canyon
Ty Howard was the fastest on the track, bringing home the lap record of 1:49.470.
Other activities included a live band on Saturday night, a play area for the kids, and a track ride to benefit Ride For Kids.
CCS South Schedule Changes
Beginning in 2008, ASRA/CCS cash awards will be paid by contingency check instead of purse checks at the event. To be eligible for these awards, you must turn in a properly completed contingency form for each series at each event and have tech officials verify you have met the requirement to receive these awards.
To receive ASRA Pro or Team Challenge Contingency, you must fill out the ASRA contingency form completely, including Social Security or EIN number, and have the tech inspector verify ASRA stickers in place on the machine. You must fill out a form for each machine used in competition. Team Challenge Contingency will be paid to the registered team captain. Failure to meet any of the requirements will result in the contingency request being denied.
The riders and Teams listed below met the criteria for payment and have been sent their Daytona Contingency from ASRA as of March 19, 2008. If you are not listed, you did not turn in a correctly complete contingency form or did not meet the sticker requirement as published.