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July 30th and 31st with TrackTactics at Carolina Motorsport Park!
We will be running a 3 Group Format, where the Beginner Program riders will go out with the Arlen Ness Group.
This Event will be run Clockwise.

Pricing:
Arlen Ness Group $150
Lucas Oil Group $150
Michelin Group $150

If you are a Club Rider ID Card holder please visit our Club Rider ID Card holder section in our forum for further information.

We will have Arlen Ness safety equipment like leathers, boots, and gloves available for rental at this event! We will have more information regarding the rental process and pricing for rental gears full set is $60 a day. All our rental gears are available in the shopping cart

Members and non-members will be signing up through our shopping cart at http://www.TrackTactics.org . Please remember to renew your card for 2011. This can also be done in the shopping cart.

Details about each group can be found HERE.
Membership and Rider ID Card information can be found in the Membership section of the main website.

During the next event on July 30th and 31st we will be holding the official TrackTactics Beginner Program, where new and veteran riders alike will be taught the basics of riding a motorcycle on the race track! We have a staff of professional and personable riding instructors that will coach you through the basics step by step.

Tire and suspension services will be available for all events.
Photographer will be VHS Photography by Vicki Sulpy

If you have any questions please contact us by e-mail or phone.

Thank you.

[email protected]
(951) 234 4024
 

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I am thinking about attending with a friend (me on a 675, him not).

BUT... I will not know until the end of next week. So, I will have to keep my fingers crossed that there will still be spots available.
 

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if i was in country i'd be there in a heartbeat but i won't be back until the following week. the real kicker is that i'll be bloody well gone again by the Sept date.

i was up there in April with SBTT & had a great weekend. good track.
anyone going will have a blast.

If you're pitting outside of the shed be sure to take a tarp or something to put on the floor so your stands roll better due to soft sand.

have a good one, chaps
 

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if i was in country i'd be there in a heartbeat but i won't be back until the following week. the real kicker is that i'll be bloody well gone again by the Sept date.

i was up there in April with SBTT & had a great weekend. good track.
anyone going will have a blast.

If you're pitting outside of the shed be sure to take a tarp or something to put on the floor so your stands roll better due to soft sand.

have a good one, chaps
I was there with them too, what group did you ride with? I didn't see any other 675s (that I noticed) except an instructor.

I will still be there on Saturday, as long as I can get this electrical issue fixed, I'll be damned if I don't. Silver D675, hopefully not too slow :laugh:

Anyone know any "mid pack" intermediate times for CMP? I watched some Youtube videos but wanted to know if anyone had a ballpark.
 

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any new updates on who might be attending this event from the forum?

I will be signing up tomorrow or wed, and I will be attending with 6 of my local friends it seems.... 3 675's, 2 600rr's, 1 636, 1 R6.
 

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I was there with them too, what group did you ride with? I didn't see any other 675s (that I noticed) except an instructor.

I will still be there on Saturday, as long as I can get this electrical issue fixed, I'll be damned if I don't. Silver D675, hopefully not too slow :laugh:

Anyone know any "mid pack" intermediate times for CMP? I watched some Youtube videos but wanted to know if anyone had a ballpark.
If you run low 1.50's you would be OK
 
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