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GP Moto Racing 2017

GPMOTO Racing at Team Pro-Motion Track Events
TPM Club Racing is an easy and fun way to try racing. With much success in the many years racing, TPM continues to build this fun offer. The latest Ninja Ready To Race class is raising the excitement with a low cost, competitive and super fun race that most any skill level can enjoy. We look forward to your participation.

Date Track 300/UL SS GP (all classes) Results
March 26 NC Bike View Results
April 15 Summit Point View Results
May 1 Pitt Race
May 7 Summit Point Shenandoah
May 8 Summit Point
May 15 VIR North
June 17 Summit Point Jefferson
July 9 NJMP Lightning
July 10 NJMP Thunderbolt
July 16 NC Bike
July 31 Pitt Race
August 28 NJMP Thunderbolt
September 11 Summit Point
September 18 VIR North
October 9 NJMP Thunderbolt
November 5 NC Bike

GPMoto Race License Required
1
Racing License Fee - $25
2
New Racers School (ART RACE) and License Fee - $125.
Successful completion of TPM's ART-RACE school or an approved race school certification is required to participate. TPM ART-RACE Schools are held during all GPMoto events. ART-RACE certificate is also recognized by other racing organizations for licensing purpose. GPMoto Racing License is included with the successful completion of the ART-RACE school. Registration is available trackside.
GPMoto classes and race
Supersport MW Cup 7 laps
Superbike UN Cup 7 laps
Ultra-Lite SuperSport Cup 7 laps
Ninja Ready To Race 7 laps
GPMoto Cup (Amateur) and GPMoto Pro-Cup (Expert) racers will be determined based upon lap time, skill, race experience and evaluation. TPM officials will determine what skill level a racer will compete in.
Track Day, Practice and Racing Day Schedule
Session #1
Black/Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
300 Group
Session #2
Black/Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
300 Group
Session #3
Black/Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
Ninja RTR Race
Lunch 12:00 - 1:00
Session #4
Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
SuperSport Race
Session #5
Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
ULSS Race
Session #6
Blue Group
Red Group
White Group
UNSB Race
Session #7
Blue Group
Red Group
White Group



Entry Fee
Registration is offered trackside - 7:15am to 9:15am
GPMoto Elite $30 per race
GPMoto Cup $30 per race
Ultra Lite SuperSport $30 per race
Ninja Ready To Race $30 per race
Grid / Starts
Grids will be determined by order of registration the morning of the event. Race director will post grid and hold a brief racer meeting prior to the races.
Pro-Cup and Cup racers start in a Two-Wave format.
Club members who achieve consistent Black group set lap times and who receive official approval may receive special may receive special pre-entry track rates of $100 Full Throttle and $150 Inside Pass to that respective track on race days only.
NJMP Thunderbolt1:29.99
NJMP Lightning1:11.99
SUMMIT Main1:18.99
VIR North1:34.99
NCBIKE1:30.99
GPMoto points system
Place Points
First35
Second30
Third26
Fourth23
Fifth21
Sixth19
Seventh18
Eighth17
Ninth16
Tenth15
Eleventh14
Twelfth13
Thirteenth12
Fourteenth11
Fifteenth10
Sixteenth9
Seventeenth8
Eighteenth7
Nineteenth6
Twentieth5
Twenty First4
Twenty Second3
Twenty Third2
Twenty Fourth1
Must complete 1 lap to receive points
Payouts
Awards will be given to paid participants of the day and race with grand champion awards presented at the end of the season. Winners must be present to collect.
Ninja Ready To Race payout
100 / 70 / 50 / 25 / 15 contingent upon 15+ participants
All other races
70 / 50 / 30 / 20 contingent upon 12+ participants
Payouts may be adjusted for fewer participants at Race Director's discretion
Grand Champion Awards
Supersport - Pro Cup/Cup
1st through 5th
300 / 200 / 100 / 75 / 50 (track day credits)
Superbike Pro/Cup
1st through 5th
200 / 100 / 75 / 50 / 25 (track day credits)
Ninja Ready To Race - Pro-Cup / Cup
1st through 5th
300 / 200 / 100 / 75 / 50 (track day credits)
Ultra-Lite Supersport
1st through 5th
200 / 100 / 75 / 50 / 25 (track day credits)
Tech Requirements
- All Machines must pass tech in order to participate. Final decision rests with the Tech inspector. No refunds will be given for not passing. Preparing a safe motorcycle is a must.
    General:
  • All Machines must pass tech in order to participate. Final decision rests with the Tech inspector. No refunds will be given for not passing. Preparing a safe motorcycle is a must
  • Bikes will need a transponder properly affixed to the fork leg (TPM Unit: if lost or damaged $135)
  • Pro Cup bikes must be fitted with a race body whose belly pan can hold approximately three quarts of fluid
  • Race body is recommended for Cup bike
  • Bike must have the oil drain, oil filler and spin on filter safety wired in the direction to where it is pulling or tightening direction.
  • Bike should have large yellow (Cup) or white (Pro Cup) number plate backgrounds
  • Six inch or larger numbers should clearly be affixed to plates
  • Recommends that bike will not contain ethylene glycol (green anti-freeze)
  • TPM decals must be placed on both sides of the fairings PLUS on the corner of the front number plate.
    As per Track Day Tech
  • Brake and Clutch lever ends must have a rounded end
  • Sharp objects such as foot pegs or other framework may not be permitted
  • Tires should be free of cracks and no less than 50% tread depth from new
  • Brake pads must contain no less than 50% of the original pad material
  • Fluid leaks of any kind may not be accepted
  • Loose fitments of hard parts or body may not be accepted
  • Head bearings and steering dampeners should not have play and be functioning properly
  • Suspension should not have leaks and must function properly
  • Drive chains and sprockets shall be in good operational condition showing little or no signs of wear
  • Chain tightness shall fall within 1.5 inches to 2.5 inches of slack in the middle of the drive
  • Exhaust must contain a muffler or baffle. Motorcycles that are excessively loud may not pass tech. (see decibel policies)
  • Rider helmets should be free from damage and no older than five years from manufacture date listed
  • DOT/Snell/British standard or higher ratings apply. Full-face helmets required. Helmets must be brought to tech.
  • Helmets must have eye protection properly affixed and undamaged
  • Leather suits, boots and gloves should be free from holes or openings due to damage
Class Description

MW Supersport (Supersport)

Supersport MW motorcycles of 600cc inline four cylinder, 675cc triple cylinders, 850cc twin cylinders or open single cylinder model

UL Superbike (Superbike)

Superbike unlimited modifications permitted

Ultra-Lite SuperSport

Ultra-Lite Class is open to 300cc sport model motorcycles including Kawasaki Ninja 250/300 models, Honda CBR 250/300 models, Yamaha R3 model, Suzuki 250/300 and KTM390. Kawasaki motorcycles have the same rules that apply for the Ninja RTR class listed above. Yamaha R3 models are limited to suspension upgrades including aftermarket shock and internal fork components, bars, rearsets, bodywork, chain and gearing. KTM 390 models must remain in stock form having no upgrades.

Ninta Ready to Race (Ninja RTR)

Ninja 250 and Ninja 300 models only
No motor work, no fork swaps, (internal upgrades are acceptable), swing arm must remain stock, pre 08 are allowed fit present stock swing arm, 08-present must retain stock wheels, pre 08 can fit a stock Kawi 17" wheel, shock upgrade or aftermarket are allowed, carb and air filter (stock airbox may be removed or modified) upgrades are acceptable, exhaust upgrades are acceptable, stock chain size must be retained (non o-ring is permitted), brake rotor must remain stock size, brake caliper must remain stock, brake master cylinder must remain stock, No Nitrous, No Turbos.

300cc motorcycles must be in stock form with no motor modification of any kind. After market exhaust systems may be fitted. Mufflers must be fitted with baffle. Tires and rear suspension components may be changed. Frames, wheels, fuel tanks, air box, fuel injection, forks, brake calipers, brake master cylinders, triple trees, swing-arms, must be completely stock. Kill switches must be present and operational. Headlights, turn signals, brake lights and reflectors must be tapped or removed. Race bodywork must be securely fitted for Pro-Cup class. After-market bars and footrest assemblies are accepted. Dynojet Or other ECU upgrades are acceptable.

Ultra-Lite SuperSport

Ultra-Lite Class is open to 300cc sport model motorcycles including Kawasaki Ninja 250/300 models, Honda CBR 250/300 models, Yamaha R3 model, Suzuki 300 models, Ducati 300 and KTM390. Yamaha R3 models are limited to suspension upgrades made to stock or fitting aftermarket shock and internal fork components, bars, rearsets, bodywork, chain and gearing. KTM model 390 which must remain in stock form having no upgrades.
Protests for Ninja Ready To Race Class
Stock Ninja 300 model horsepower of 35 rwhp is the standard published issue. Motorcycles entered must not exceed this rating to race this class. This rating will be used as a guide, with a comparison of real time rwhp should a challenge happen. If a protest should occur, TPM will do everything to rectify a fair resolution and will take the following action.
Racers desiring a protest must do so by notifying a team official within 30 minutes of the race conclusion. The motorcycle under protest must temporarily be surrendered and will be physically checked over by a team official. The protest could conclude. If the protest continues, the challenger will post a $300 challenge fee, which TPM will test further for rwhp using a dyno.
TPM Ninja 300cc motorcycles will be used for comparison on the same dyno as the motorcycle in question. If the challenged motorcycle proves over the set rwhp, the challenging racer will keep the entire challenge fee, and the challenged racer will pay a $100 dyno evaluation charge. A revised race finish will be posted. The challenged racer will be disqualified from the race
If the motorcycle falls within the normal range of rwhp, the challenged racer will collect $200 of the challenge fee, and $100 will go to dyno evaluation charge. TPM officials have final say.
Agreement
Riders (participants) must agree to all rules and regulations set forth by Team Pro-Motion, The Track, insurance and industry standards. Riders understand that by agreeing to participate that they are doing so under their own free will without any influence from another party and with no influence from any substance, drug or medication. Participants understand that Team Pro-Motion cannot fully know through tech inspection that a participant's machine is completely safe for activity due to unforeseen reasons that fall beyond the tech inspector's ability to see or that change throughout the time of activity or that have been altered after the tech inspection was completed. Rider releases Team Pro-Motion, its employees, volunteers, staff, the track, participants and any and all parties for negligence and all liability including property damage resulting from being present in the paddock, on track or on the premises. Team Pro-Motion its sponsors and all parties involved will not be held responsible for any and all liability, negligence, personal or public property due to any involvement or incident whatsoever from the participant or member who has agreed to take part in any and all activities. Trackside waivers once signed supersede this agreement, which you as a participant are accepting through registering and this being in addition to that which is signed by the participant.
Program Disclosure
TPM will do everything to maintain structure and fairness amongst its participants. Changes to the program, the schedule, rules and payments may occur. All earned awards will be the responsibility of the participant to file taxes and reporting. Racers must be present to receive awards. TPM apologizes in advance for any misinterpretation in attempt to communicate.
About
Club president Glen Goldman raced motorcycles starting at a very early age. Over 40 wins and a Championship in CCS in the 1990's, Glen went on to race Formula USA and select AMA rounds. Glen was chosen to race with Team Fast By Ferracci aboard a prepared Ducati 748.
GPMoto was originally an 80cc two-stroke spec series, where everyone rented and raced the same bike. Long story short there are no more bikes and now the series aides riders getting started racing on their own bikes and experts to get their skills to higher levels. Race GP Moto during select track days and you too could go on to having your own racing career or just stick around for the fun of it.
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