Pit M/C Race
4 Stroke Mini Grand Prix
cc 4 stroke bikes only)
the beach at Crazy Horse Campground, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, during
the IJSBA World Finals PWC Race. Race time will be approximately 4 pm,
Saturday, October 11
- yep, to keep this from being a knife fight we need a few. The purpose
is to race pit bikes, have fun, be safe, and, oh yea, have fun. Trophies
and prizes will be presented, and all alcohol must be consumed after the
race, none before. Safety for spectator, racer and everyone is our main
- all riders will be required to wear a helmet (Snell 95 or later), eye
protection, long pants, and laced shoes. You must present these, and
your bike to a safety inspection prior to going onto the track. You must
also sign the release and waiver before you may go onto the track.
- you may pre-enter by downloading the entry form from the World Finals
page on the DesertSteel.com site, and sending it in with $20 per class
you are going to compete in. If you are a competitor entered in the PWC
World Finals your entry is only $5 per class. You may enter on site at
anytime during the World Finals at Crazy Horse Campground, from October
5 up until the race.
With your $25 paid entry you will receive one pass for all day Saturday
to the World Finals. Saturday at 3 pm the gates will open to spectators
for the Mini Grand Prix Race, the Battle of the Bands, and the Miss
World Finals Contest for only $5 per person. Activities will continue
until 9 pm. Plan to stay late and have fun.
- If you arenít a competitor in the World Finals PWC Race you will
have to park in the parking
lot at Crazy Horse, pay for parking, and unload your bike there. At the
registration trailer you will receive a vehicle pass to allow you to
bring your bike to the race
beach. You may ride no faster than a walking pace anywhere other than on
the race course. Any speeding anywhere in the campground will be
grounds for immediate ejection from the site and disqualification.
- There will be one practice session per class. Tentatively practice
will begin at 3 pm. Only paid, entered bikes and riders will be allowed
on the course at any time.
- The following are the intended competition classes; and classes are
planned to be open, with no displacement or modification restrictions
(again, depending on quantity of entries)
1. 10" wheel, adult rider (over 18)
2. Mid size wheel, adult rider
3. 16" wheel, adult rider
4. 10" wheel, junior rider (under 16)
5. Mid size wheel, junior rider
6. 16" wheel, junior rider
7. Challenge (open to all challenges)
on turnout, various classes may be combined, or separated at the
discretion of the race director.
- this race will probably set a record for Mini Racing Media coverage.
It will be reported on in at least Cycle News, Jet Sports Magazine, and
Tristate Motor News for print publications. It may find itís way into
the Speed Channel television show on the World Finals as well.