Join us June 17 for our banquet!
Join us June 17 for our banquet!
Please familiarize with this page. Here is where we are going to post the drivers meetings notes, running order, line ups and just about everything else to help you adjust to the way we run things here at Two Eighty Six :) IF THERE IS A CHANGE WITH YOU OR YOUR RIDER WE WILL CALL YOU OR FIND YOU TO LET YOU KNOW. We will also be utilizing the remind app for "if needed" race day announcements
Signing up for remind is easy:
1 Sign up for text notifications by texting @twoeighty to 81010.
2 Go to www.remind.com/join/classcode and follow the directions.
3 Download the Remind app from the App Store or Google Play, sign up for an account with your email address, and enter the class code (@twoeighty) when prompted
PLEASE BRING EXACT cash or check.
ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY. Online registration always closes the Thursday before the race weekend at 11 PM, after that you will receive a $60 late fee
Registration will be at the Two Eight Six Trailer parked at the gate.
Paper work needing to be signed can be found in Registration from 8-9:30AM .
Parking is along the track or wherever you like. We will have spots reserved for staff by staging.
Techs location will be announced in the drivers meeting. You now have a choice of a tee shirt or plaque in tech.
It is important that not only the rider, but the guardian attends the drivers meeting.
You are only allowed to ride one snowmobile for practice, if you are in multiple classes - choose one sled to ride in practice.
We are always updating this page - so please check back!
LOOK FOR THE TECH FLAG SO YOUR RIDERS KNOW WHERE TO GO. If your riders places in the top 3 - you NEED to go to Tech. The Tech Trailer is parked right off the track exit marked with the flag -if you place in the top 3 and don't leave your sled in tech immediately after the race, the rider will be disqualified and we will give the position to the next rider in line. Not coming to tech immediately after race will result in automatic disqualification. EVEN if you are not sure what you placed, it's best to leave your sled in tech JUST IN CASE.
All sleds must have READABLE numbers - if scoring can't read your numbers you will not be scored.
Anyone rider who jumps the stop light will be put in the back row - Stop Light Operation..RED light everybody out of the way, YELLOW racers get ready, GREEN GO GO GO
Matt is in charge of staging, whatever he says goes. If a race official asks you to move your sled at the line NO MATTER YOUR DRAW OR PLACE - you will move that sled or else be DQ. This is a NO tolerance rule and you will get zero warnings.
· Practice for big sleds is: . Older age groups on down - Blast
Practice for little sleds: Outlaw, 200s, 120s
· The lineup order for the qualifier are based off the list on the board. The finals are ordered by your finishing place in the qualifier.
· Each rider is responsible to be at the start line for his/her class race. We are not responsible to locate riders for their race.
YELLOW FLAG MEANS NO PASSING, ADVANCING OR DOUBLE JUMPS
No rough driving will be allowed - 1st offense is last place, 2nd offense is DQ
Lap Traffic Move for Progressive Riders
Only EXIT in the designated spot.
Keep traffic slow thru the pit area
Please wear a helmet in the pit area
Do not stand on the track or berms during racing OR grooming - stay 20 feet back
SPORTSMANSHIP - we will DQ a rider if their crew members use any hostility towards another rider, crew members, spectators or any race officials. This is a NO tolerance rule and you will get zero warnings. Parents please keep your composure.
If a rider won't be able to make their races, please tell Chad.
If the classes fill up we will split the classes in half.
Saturday - Racing starts at 10am
Sunday - Racing starts at 10am
Any questions - talk to Chad
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