Penske Racing Shocks and New Jersey Motorsports Park are offering a chance for you, as motorcycle track day enthusiasts, to gain some firsthand knowledge this winter during the NJMP University seminars. The first motorcycle course will focus on suspension and forks, and includes lunch and a hands-on afternoon session that applies the classroom knowledge to your personal motorcycle.
Suspension Dynamics and Tuning for Motorcycles
Saturday, December 5; 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
This course covers the design, terminology and theory of motorcycle suspension and forks, and the practical application of those items to motorcycles on a race track. The class will utilize a variety of available tools and resources from Penske Racing Shocks to explain various adjustments, including a shock dyno graph. Following a morning classroom session, students will tune their personal track day or racing motorcycles in New Jersey Motorsports Park’s garages, with hands-on assistance. The $75 course will be taught by Mike Himmelsbach, Motorcycle Department Manager, and Aaron Lambert, Production Manager, of Penske Racing Shocks.
Millville, N.J. (November 24, 2009) - The Championship Cup Series (CCS) and New Jersey Motorsports Park today announced plans for the 2010 debut of the New Jersey Road Race Series, a four-race regional motorcycle series. Race weekends will take place on both of New Jersey Motorsports Park's permanent road courses, the 12-turn, 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway and the 11-turn, 1.9-mile Lightning Raceway.
The Tentative 2010 ASRA/CCS Schedule can now be viewed online Here. This will be modified once dates are more solid.
This is the list of those who have scored enough POINTS to automatically upgrade to Expert as of November 15, 2009. (LRRS, CCS SW have their own upgrade list.)
Please keep in mind the Regional Champions and top five at the Race of Champions still have to be added along with final points from Florida after December 6.
Al Smith, Fernandina Beach, FL
Alex Nieves Jr, Miami Gardens, FL
Alexandru Maris, Lisle, IL
Benjamin Loyle, Swarthmore, PA
Charles Burton Iv, Green Bay, WI
Charles Justice, Baton Rouge, LA
Charles Long, Bonita Springs, FL
Christopher Bailey, Lakeland, FL
Clayton Fisk, Baltimore, MD
Clinton Nawara, Glen Burnie, MD
Daniel Boynton, Omaha, ND
Daniel Guevara, Weston, FL
Danny Crocker, Miramar, FL
Darby Pool, Bonner Springs, KS
Darrell Ryals, New Port Richey, FL
David Marotta, Miami Beach, FL
David S White, Nitro, WV
Dion A Devan, St Louis, MO
Dustin Atkielski, Hubertus, WI
Dustin Watson, Spottswood, VA
Edwin Bishop, S Plainfield, NJ
Edwin Perry, Hoboken, NJ
Edwin Placeres, Miami, FL
Eric Smith, Beach Park, IL
Erick Orozco, Lake Worth, FL
Felipe Maclean, Key Biscayne, FL
Fernando Ferro, Coral Gables, FL
Gary Dick, Baldwin City, KS
Gr Gardiner, Sioux City, IA
Hernan R Martinez, Aptos, CA
Hunter Propst, Middleburg, FL
James Cohrs, Suwanee, GA
James Fotinopoulos, West Orange, NJ
James H Brown, Pacific, MO
James Merrick, Rockford, IL
Jared Herbig, Dekalb, IL
Jared Ramos, Oak Creek, WI
Jason Mortimer, Davenport, FL
Jason Sweeney, Washington, DC
Jason Zelibor, Farifax, VA
Javier Vazquez, Bronx, NY
Jay Smith, Machesney Park, IL
Jean Palau, Hialeah, FL
Jerry Davidson, Granite City, IL
Jesse Krueger, Neenah, WI
Jim Berard, Villa Park, IL
Jimmy Gallagher, Washington, DC
John Porter, Damascus, MD
Jonatan Srendi, Miami, FL
Jonathan Elias, Falls Church, VA
Jordan Richardson, Fuquay Varina, NC
Juan Carlos Osorio, Miami, FL
Justin S Carney, Chantilly, VA
Ken Wilson, Brooksville, FL
Kevin Van Engen, Milwaukee, WI
Kyle Dooley, Alexandria, VA
Lory Shifflett, Richmond, VA
Mark Gurley, Olathe, KS
Mark Lienhard, Ashland, VA
Mark Miller Jr, North East, MD
Matt Jacobson, Franklin, WI
Matt Sheahan, Hales Corners, WI
Matt Tidmore, Raymore, MO
Melissa Appel, Cedar Rapids, IA
Michael Barsch, Milwaukee, WI
Michael Devito, South Plainfield, NJ|
Michael Jones, Dover, DE
Michael Von Lignau, Miami, FL
Nathan Shay, Lawson, MO
Nick Mccoy, Eden Prarie, MN
Paul Scalph, Woodbridge, VA
Peter Cramer, Rockville, MD
Peter Faulkner, Greensboro, NC
Ramon Vazquez, Palm Beach Garden, FL
Richard H Eanes, Valdese, NC
Rick Johnson, Greensboro, NC
Robert Crespo, Coral Gables, FL
Roger Hunter, Topeka, KS
Ronald Shaw Jr, Independence, NJ
Ryan Jones, Winchester, VA
Scott Anderson, Ormond Beach, FL
Scott Stall, Ankeny, IA
Scott Tucker, Wilmington, NC
Sean Cassell, Altamonte Springs, FL
Sean Sherwood, Silver Spring, MD
Shawn Moake, Chesapeake, VA
Tamas Molnar, Lauderhill, FL
Thomas J Shaw, Festus, MO
Tim Padden, Dumfries, VA
Timothy Hull, Liberty, MO
Todd Robinson, Stephenscity, VA
Tony Diaz Jr, Miami, FL
Vernon Wellington, Trinity, FL
Vincente Potolicchio, Miami, FL
Vito Candela, Weston, FL
William Scholze, Madison, WI
Yeysey Marrero, Miami, FL
We look forward to the Holiday Season to spend time with our friends and families. Below are our Holiday Hours.
Thanksgiving: Closed Wed. Nov. 25 - Mon. Nov. 30
Christmas & New Year: Closed Thurs. Dec. 24 - Mon. Jan. 4
During this period we will continue to process mail and faxes and answer e-mail. There just won't be any regular office hours.
Happy Holidays to you from all CCS/ASRA Staff!
CONGRATULATIONS ALL 2009 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
All 2009 National Champions were crowned and presented their well-earned trophies on Sunday evening, October 18, 2009, at Daytona International Speedway's Daytona 500 Club after the conclusion of the 26th Race of Champions.
Scott A. Coccoli
Anthony Fania Jr.
FactoryPro Sportbike & ASRA Pro SuperBike
ASRA Pro ThunderBike
ASRA Pro SuperStock
Overall National Champions: Chester Auto Repair|
GTO: Wisconsin Racing
GTU: Chester Auto Repair
GT Lights: Grease Monkey Racing
A & J Recognition Solo Challenge: Ray Hofman
All CCS & ASRA licensed riders should receive their personal copy of the official 2009 Race of Champions Mailer shortly, so look for it in your mail box. If you do not receive it, you should send a Change of Address form to us so our records can be updated.
In addition to the event forms and information, details about the 2009 Race of Champions Awards Ceremony have been finalized.
Attention! It is your responsibility as the rider to insure that your sponsors are listed correctly on the results AT THE EVENT. We have no idea who your sponsors are, so you must help us to make certain they are correct on the final results at the event.
As of June 4, 2009 we will no longer correct your sponsor listing on results received from an event. Please remember that sponsor forms must be turned into REGISTRATION by 9:00am on the day of your race as stated on the form, no where else. If you turn the form in at Tech, it will not be entered.
We will continue to correct and update sponsors that are sent to the office prior to the pre-entry cutoff for each event.
Attention Great Plains and Mid-West Riders:
Due to scoring hardware issues at the April 25-26 event, all results from Race 2 at Heartland Park will be audited before points are assigned. This audit is to insure that points awarded and the results submitted to our sponsors are correct. The audit is expected to be completed by May 3, 2009.
Since the problems were discovered after results posted at the track were final, trophies awarded will not change, it is an audit to correct points and results only.
Any changes made to the results that were posted at the track will be announced on this page.
We apologize for the inconvenience and feel that riders would agree it is better that we get it right.
Director of Operations ASRA/CCS
NHMS has changed the age requirements. Here is the new rule.
Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. (14 for 125 GP, Production Twins Super Singles and Motard)
Applicants less than 18 years of age, must be accompanied by his or her parents or legal guardian, and both parents (or guardian) must sign a Minor Release Form at Registration. Should one parent be unable to be present, he or she must submit a Notarized Minor Release Form.
Press Release (March 16, 2009) - The Red Flag Fund board of directors recently voted to end operations of the Red Flag Fund charity and donate all remaining general funds to the Roadracing World Action Fund and other non-profit charities that support the motorcycle road racing community and their families. The decision was made after plans to install a new fund manager fell through.
"The day-to-day work of running the Red Flag Fund can be overwhelming," said Red Flag Fund co-founder Jeff Kufalk. "Frankly, it's like having a second full-time job, and without an operations manager, the fund cannot go forward. On behalf of the Red Flag Fund board of directors, I want to thank our sponsors who donated items for auction, those who purchased Red Flag Fund auction items and other merchandise, and all those who volunteered to help along the way. It was a tremendous effort, but assisting seriously injured road racers when they needed help the most was a rewarding experience we'll never forget."
Red Flag Fund, Inc. was a non-stock, non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable company formed in 2006 to provide financial assistance to seriously injured motorcycle road racers, as well as educate motorcycle riders on the importance of proper safety gear.
Ferodo has joined our Contingency Award Program for the remainder of 2009.
Details about events, classes, requirements and actual awards are still being ironed out, but we hope to post information shortly so you can take advantage of them.
GREENVILLE, S.C. (Jan. 09, 2009) - The Michelin Motorcycle Championship, set for October 3-4, 2009 at Barber Motorsports Park near Birmingham, Ala., will be an exclusive, invitation-only event for sportsman-level racers who compete on MICHELIN® racing tires. The event will offer $87,500 in prize money over two days of racing.
The Michelin U.S. Motorcycle Championship will be co-sanctioned by both WERA and CCS/ASRA, and will comprise three classes recognized by both organizations: 600cc supersport, 1000cc superstock and Thunderbike/Twins. Within each class, racers will be divided into pro, expert and amateur divisions, with separate purse payouts for each.
"This is the first time that WERA and CCS have come together to sanction a single event," said Bernard Jarrousse, Michelin North America's director for motorcycle road racing. "We want to provide an opportunity for regional racers who compete on MICHELIN® racing tires to test themselves against riders from across the country, and to possibly finish the 2009 season with a big payday."Back to Top