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Old 07-14-2009, 09:39 PM   #1
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The Largest R/C rock crawling competition in the world!



2009 Pro-line/ Axial Racing World Championships hosted by the
USRCCA!

THE GAME!— The USRCCA is proud to host the 2009’ Pro-line/ Axial World Championships at Donner Ski Ranch, California on August 26-30th. 4 days of chaotic r/c crawling madness!


The playing field! The first ever World championships of R/C Crawling is set in one of the most picturesque locations in the world. The Lake Tahoe, California basin. The scenery and close proximity to airports, and lodging, are just a few reasons why the location was chosen for this event. Drivers will come to compete, with R/C car magazines from around the world covering the event. Live online coverage from the worlds largest R/C Rock Crawling website WWW.RCCRAWLER.COM, ensures the world will be watching the champion be crowned!


The Players! – 300 top drivers from around the globe will converge toshowcase there driving skills in the 1.9, 2.2, and super class. Countries such as Germany, Japan, Taiwan, Canada, and more are sending their top crawling Drivers to find out who really is #1.


The ball! – The worlds will showcase driver’s skills as they battle the longest and most challenging championship courses. These courses have been designed to challenge even the most seasoned driver in every condition.


The Prize! – The USRCCA will be paying out a grand total of over $13000.00 in cash and prizes!

- $6000.00 Total Purse
- $1000.00 in Trophies and prizes also awarded to the top “5” in each class
- 4 Championship courses per day sanctioned by the USRCCA
- “MEGA Raffle” over $6000.00 in raffle prizes. Drawings will take place every 10 minutes during the 4 days of competition.


The competition! —This year’s event will have a little twist. The USRCCA has a limited number of available club invites. So the USRCCA has decided to start the first of many Last Chance Qualifier events. On Thursday the 27th 100 top drivers from around the world will showcase there skills to prove they had the right to be at the world finals. The top 30 drivers from the LCQ will be taken to the start of the 2.2 world finals on Saturday the 29th.

Sponsored by:

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Major Sponsors:

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Associate sponsors:

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The Venom Group
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Jakes Performance Hobbies
Parallaxgfx.com
Rccrawler.com
kooldezine.com
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RC car action magazine
Rc world magazine
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Payouts will be as follows:
The 2.2 “PRO” class with full entries will receive:
$1500.00 for 1st
$800.00 for 2nd
$400.00 for 3rd
$200.00 for 4th
$100.00 for 5th
1-5, Plus trophies

The Super class with full entries will receive:
$500.00 for 1st
$250.00 for 2nd
$130.00 for 3rd
$75.00 for 4th
$35.00 for 5th
1-5, Plus trophies

The 1.9” Class with full entries will receive:
$500.00 for 1st
$250.00 for 2nd
$130.00 for 3rd
$75.00 for 4th
$35.00 for 5th
1-5, trophies.

Hard luck award.
Longest distance traveled award
Dead ass last award.


Ticket sales:

Registration for each class is $70.00-95.00 and can be purchased starting Friday July 17th at 11:00am

When all 1.9, 2.2, LCQ and super class tickets are open for sale, we will post a new thread here in the USRCCA World championships forum.


Every entrant will receive a driver’s packet at the event containing: An event
T-shirt, Axial drink cozies, itinerary, raffle ticket, sticker pack, magazines, brochures, and a wristband allowing entry for (1) person onto the property.

Tickets for USRCCA drivers with a national invite will be sold between July 21st to July 31st. Any spots not taken by the club drivers will be forfeited and given to an additional LCQ driver. These tickets are not transferable. ID will be taken at tech.

1.9 and Super class is limited to 50 drivers per class. Ticket sales will open July 17th and will end when we have reached 50 per class. If 50 in the super class are not reached, we will increase the 1.9 class entries.
There are no refunds on tickets, unless you are not accepted as a top 100 LCQ drivers.


LCQ Spots are limited! The top 40 LCQ drivers will make it to saturdays finals.

LCQ Spots will open on July 17th at 11:00am. We are limiting the first 5 days of LCQ entries to drivers outside California and Northern Nevada due to their close proximity to the event. This is to make sure that the LCQ drivers are not a majority of nearby competitors. On July 22nd Tickets will be open to everyone.

Not all drivers will be taken. Each LCQ entrant must supply information about why they deserve to be at the worlds.

LCQ applicants are required to supply the following information with the entry purchase.

1. Who are you? Name, address, phone #?
2. Email address
3. Rccrawler.com Online name
4. How long have you been competing in the 2.2 class?
5. What Local club or clubs do you compete with?
6. How many people do you compete against monthly?
7. How have you placed in the last series you have attended?
8. Have you traveled outside your area to compete in different states or at other big competitions?
9. How did you do there?
10. Are you a sponsored driver? Who are your sponsors?

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MUST KNOW EVENT INFO: August 26-30th
If there are any changes in the competitions information, or itinerary, the changes will be listed on this post in RED.

UPDATE: 8/11/09

The Pro-line / Axial WC is only 16 days away. Below is a list of must know info:



LCQ Info:
40 LCQ drivers will now me taken to Saturday’s world finals.

Due to our economy only 36 USRCCA Invite drivers were able to make this event.

LCQ drivers, come out and show the world what you’re made of.



2. Registration deadline:

151 drivers have signed up for the event as of 8/10/09. Generally the last few weeks’ registration picks up. We would like to remind everyone signups close for all classes on August 20th, at 10:00am.



3. T-shirt deadline:

All drivers signing up after August 12th will receive a large or X-large t-shirt for there entry. Those sizes will be given away on a first come first serve basis at tech. We have not received a shirt size for the following people.

Cory Owenburg, Cameron Jones, Tim graham.





4. NEW! Rock Rides:

Have you ever ridden in a real rock crawler? Would you like to know what it feels like to drive 50 degrees vertical or horizontally?



You will love this. Team CKRC is not just a RC crawling team. We have drivers that run the Werock and Calrocs full size crawling series.

On Saturday and Sunday, our full size team will be giving rides to anyone who has the “balls” to sit in the passenger seat and hit some of the great crawling Donner ski ranch has to offer. If you have never experienced what a competition crawler can do, now is your chance!



(P.S) It is the passenger’s responsibility to clean the passenger area after riding. Please note, the drivers will not be bringing diapers or barf bags.



CKRC’s full size rock crawling team is the 2009’ Calrocs Super Mod Season champions.



Derek Trent.“2009 Calrocs Super mod class season winner”

Dustin emick, “2009 Calrocs Super mod class runner up”

John Hall, “2009 Calrocs and Werock Unlimited class Pro driver”

Joe (The Toe) Magliano “2009 Calrocs winning Spotter”



No judges needed!
The USRCCA / BPRCA has provided experienced judges and a head marshal. We take pride in fair competitions and believe that winning should be determined by driving, NOT JUDGING.


RULES:

All world championship competitors must follow the 2009 USRCCA rules and guidelines with the following 5 amendments.

For a direct link to the rules please click below:

http://usrcca.com/rules2008.pdf


PLEASE NOTE: These are the 5 amendments:

(1), Each driver will receive 1 warning per wheelbase for a back up.
If the vehicle rolls back less than 1" it is considered a warning. If it does it again, even less than an inch, that will be counted as a back up. Anything over a 1" back up is an intentional reverse and no warning will be called. You can only receive 1 warning per wheelbase of your rig.
Example: You are negotiating a climb and have already received your warning. Anytime you back up or rock from that warning, it is considered a back up until you have cleared the imaginary line where your warning was called. You must be 1 complete wheelbase past your warning to receive another free warning.

(2), There is NO repairs off-course. All repairs must be done on-course and on the clock.

(3), As in years past there is NO progressing a gate with 20 MAXIMUM points.


(4) Each course judge now has a tech station. If your rig is out of spec when its your turn to run, you will receive a 50 maximum point penalty and the judge will move on to the next competitor. NO EXCEPTIONS. Make sure your rig is set up properly to the 2009’ USRCCA rules. Tech stations will be open all day for personal inspection.

(5) Competition, called to the line rule. When the competitor in front of you starts, you should have your car in place and ready to go as soon as he is done. As soon as the judge is finished with the previous driver, they will start the stopwatch and give you 30 seconds to start your course. If you have not started your course within those 30 seconds, you will receive a 50 for that course and the judge will move on to the next competitor. The BPRCA will try to be as fair as possible with this ruling, but everyone needs to understand that there are 160 competitors and we have to finish in a timely manner



LOCATION:

Donner ski ranch
Norden, California, 95724

First and fore most, the competition site is approx ¼ mile up the mountain and has spectacular views.

We have no issue with drinking, but for picture reasons, Axial Racing is supplying cozies to each driver at the event for the beverage of your choice.

There are no cars & trucks allowed up the mountain. Polaris ranger type vehicles are allowed with a pit pass. As far as planning for your day, please bring all your crawlers, tools, food and drinks up with you in the morning. CKRC crawlers will have a buggy with trailer and 3 Polaris rangers there between 7:00 am and 8:00am to bring your crawlers and supplies up the hill. We will be picking up supplies up at the axial booth. Don’t be late; this year there will be no late transportation, Period!


Donner Ski Ranch is enforcing the Following Rules:

2-for-1, Fun for All Spectators: This is a spectator friendly competition, so spectators are encouraged to come and join in on the fun. You’ll want to bring the wife, girlfriend, boyfriend, kids, and all of your friends. Spectator wristbands are $5.00 per day or $15.00 for all 4 days. Wristbands can be purchased at the event and will allow entrance into the property

• No dirt bikes or quads.
• No cars or trucks.
• No beer bottles or glass on the mountain.
• No ice chest allowed soft pack coolers are acceptable.
If anyone is found violating any of the above, Donner will be escorting these people off the mountain, and you will not be allowed to return.

All drivers will receive a wristband for the weekend. Anyone who is in your group who is not competing will have to pay $5.00 per day or $15.00 for all 4 days. The bands are available at the front gate.

Destination:

For those drivers flying, Reno, Nevada and Sacramento, California are the nearest airports.
International competitors have the choice to fly into the US and then to either airport or may choose to fly into San Francisco International airport and drive from there. The drive from San Francisco is approx 3.5 hours.

For more info on Reno’s airport please visit. http://renoairport.com/.

Sacramento’s airport www.sacairports.org/int/index.html

Rental cars from any airport can be found relatively cheap here:
www.carrentals.com





LODGING:

For rooms directly across from Donner ski ranch. Sugar bowl has just opened its doors to the competitors. There are only 27 rooms available at the lodge and they are on a first come first served basis. Each room is discounted to only $99.00 per night for 2 adults.
$35.00 per night per additional adult (13 and older),
$25.00 per night for additional child (12 under),
Children 5 years of age or younger are free.

For more information or room reservations. please visit:
http://www.sugarbowl.com/lodge

For information on other rooms within 30 minutes please check it out here.

http://www.maps.google.com/maps?sour...sults&resnum=1

OR

http://www.hotels.com/processRefineS...=&refined=true




CAMPING:

Donner ski ranch has a $10.00 camping fee. They have a large parking lot across from the main park and it is open to anyone. In years past the camping lot has been the best bet for cost and fun factor. Also, be aware that the camping lot is not an actual camping site. It’s actually huge dirt lot.

Please note that Donner ski ranch is approx 25 minutes from Truckee, CA and approx 1 hour from Reno. There are no stores in the near vicinity of the event and it is advised to be prepared.





ON-SITE AMMENITIES

Donner ski ranch has an on site restaurant and bar, as well as a huge parking lot for people looking to bring an RV or camp-out and stay for the parties.

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2009’ USRCCA World Championships will have a new format.
Thursday August 27th. All 2.2 LCQ Drivers will compete on 4 courses. There will be no shootouts. The top 40 From the LCQ will advance to Saturdays World Finals.

Friday, August 28th. All 1.9 and super class competitors will compete on shared courses. After 4 courses have been completed, we will be taking the top 10 from each class and running a 1 course semi-final shoot out to determine the winners.

Saturday, (100) 2.2 “PRO” drivers will be running 4 courses to determine the top (25) to go to Sunday’s competition.

Sunday, The top (25) “PRO” drivers will return to run 4 more courses. Once completed we will be taking the top 10 and running a semi-final shoot out.
The top 5 will then do another Final course shoot out to determine the 2009 USRCCA World Champion! (Drivers who go to the finals will have run 10-14 courses)

The shootout will start with the 10th place driver going first and the 1st place driver going last. This format should prove to be very exciting and it will give spectators and media a better idea of who’s who and who’s in the chase for the title.

Note: your scores will not be cleaned for the semi finals.


ITINERARY:


Wednesday: Sign ups:
3:00pm - 8:00 pm: sign-ups, NO TECH (read above), Inspection for all classes begins. Running order will be drawn, and the welcome party begins at 8:00pm at the Donner Ski Ranch Bar and Grill.


Thursday: 2.2 LCQ Shootout:
7:00am-8:00am: late sign-ups for 2.2 LCQ, NO TECH (read above), Running order will be drawn. Sign ups close at 8:00am sharp. Drivers meeting: 8:30 am at the CKRC Crawlers booth at the “TOP” of the hill.

Start of competition is 9:00am

6:00pm- Sign ups for 1.9 and supers begin and end at 8:00pm. Welcome party begins at 8:00pm at the Donner Ski Ranch Bar and Grill.


Friday: 1.9 and Supers:
7:00am-8:00am: late sign-ups and tech for 1.9 and supers only. Running order will be drawn. Sign ups close at 8:00am sharp. Drivers meeting: 8:30 am at the CKRC Crawlers booth at the “TOP” of the hill.


6:00pm- Sign ups for 2.2 Invites begin. Tech closes at 8:00pm. Welcome party begins at 8:00pm at the Donner Ski Ranch Bar and Grill.

Approx 7:00pm: The USRCCA 2010 drivers meeting for all to attend in the Donner lodge.

Top 40 LCQ drivers will be announced!


• Saturday: 2.2 World Championships
7:00am-8:00am: NO late signups, NO TECH (read above), Running order will be drawn. Drivers meeting: 8:30 am at the CKRC Crawlers booth at the “TOP” of the hill.

Start of competition is 9:00am



Sunday: 2.2 Worlds finale
Running order will be drawn at 8:00am. Drivers meeting: 8:30 am at the CKRC Crawlers booth at the “TOP” of the hill.

Start of competition is 9:00am



Estimated end of event is approx 2:00 to 4:00pm.

At 1:00pm, Sundays raffle will end with the drawing of the $1500.00 CKRC/ Axial donated competition crawler.
Awards ceremony will follow.

The Completion of the 2009 USRCCA World Championships!

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Contingency Programs:

Axial Contingency:

Competitors must use either or both: 1). Axial bodies (XC-1, Trail Ranger, Rat Rod, etc) or 2). Axial Axles. Using both products will qualify you for both contingencies.
Requirements: At least (2) Axial decals visibly located on each side of the body. Stickers must be at least 2 inches in size (width). Contingency decals can be obtained by email – exclusive use of Axial decals is required: marketing@axialracing.com.

It is the entrant’s responsibility to neatly apply the decals.

The 2.2 PRO class:
• Axial Axles: 1st Place $100, 2nd Place $75, or 3rd Place $50
• Axial Body: 1st Place $100, 2nd Place $75, or 3rd Place $50
• Axial *SWX Pro Rig: 1st Place $500 (not eligible for the additional Axle/Body contingency)


* REQUIRED: SWX chassis, AX10 axles, AX10 transmission and an axial body. ALLOWED MODIFICATIONS: Changing shocks/spring, tires, wheels, electronics, drive shafts, links, etc. are allowed.

Others to come shortly:


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Pre-Registration List:

1.9 Class:

1. Tsukasa Yamamoto, Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan

2. Patrick Hardesty, Pine, Co

3. David Hekel, ????

4. Dean Hsiao, San Jose CA

5. Rene Budzisch, China Grove NC

6. Chris Gish, ??????

7. Farmer Courtney, ????

8. Darwin James, Prescott Valley AZ

9. Robert Youngsma, Prescott AZ

10. Chad Hargrove, ?????

11. Aaron Betzner, ??????

12. Jacob Scobie, ????

13. Brian Muzzy, Maricopa AZ

14. John Wolfkeil, ????

15. Chris Long, Chatham NJ

*16. Scott hughes, Beaumont, CA www.prolineracing.com

*17. Don hughes, Beaumont, CA www.prolineracing.com

*18. Dale Johnson, Beaumont, CA

*19. Mike Johnson, Beaumont, CA

20. Tsukasa Yamamoto friend? , Japan

21. Jake Hallenbeck, Nv www.ckrccrawlers.com

-*22. Nabil Jamali, Ca

23. Daniel Flemming, Ca

*24. Jay Robinette, ca

*25. Jake Wright, ca

*26. Richard Trujillo, ca

*27. Ryan Gerrish, or

*28. Austin Dunn, al

*29. Jason Gainey, or

30. Charles Rodgerson, ca

31. Cory hannah, wa

32. Marty Mann, Mt

*33. John Shultz, ca www.hpiracing.com

*34. Brandon Coonce, Ca

*35. Brad Dumont, ca

36. Roberto Riviera, thorp, wa

37. Mike Thompson

38.

39.

40.







Super Class:

1. Patrick Hardesty, Pine, Co

2. Rene Budzisch, China Grove NC

3. Cory Owenburg, ?????

4. Darwin James, Prescott Valley AZ

*5. Jake Hallenbeck, reno, nv www.ckrccrawlers.com

*6. Brian Parker, sparks, nv www.ckrccrawlers.com

7. Aaron Betzner, ??????

8. James Curuso, ????

9. John Wolfkeil, ????

10. Chris Long, Chatham NJ

11. Patrick Curran, NJ

*12. Nabil Jamali, Ca

*13. Ryan Gerrish, or

14. Jake Wright, ca

*15. jim hand, or

*16. dustin sigfried, wa

17. Cameron Jones, ???

*18. Brad Dumont, ca

19. Jeremy Toney, ????

20. randy storm

*21. Willy davis, nv

22.

23.

24.

25.






2.2 Last Chance Qualifier:

1. Patrick Hardesty, Pine, Co

2. John Mesa jr, Chamblee GA

3. Jessica Downing , Phelan CA

4. Tedford Males, Yuma AZ

5. Jeremy Toney, yuma AZ

6. Tom Barger, Commerce City CO

7. naozumi tsuda, Uda-city Japan

8. Rene Budzisch, China Grove NC

9. Jason veal, happy velley OR

10. Darwin James, Prescott Valley AZ

11. Robert Youngsma, Prescott AZ

*12. Matt Kearney, Irvine, ca

*13. Brad dumont, Irvine, ca

*14. Scott hughes, Beaumont, CA www.prolineracing.com

*15. Don hughes, Beaumont, CA www.prolineracing.com

*16. Dale Johnson, Beaumont, CA

*17. jim hand, or

18. Ron mesa, burien CA

19. Daiki Iwasaki, Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan

20. Tsukasa Yamamoto, Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan

21. Yoshiaki Kataoka, Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan

22. Brian Muzzy, Maricopa AZ

23. Chris Long, Chatham NJ

24. Dan Bonvicin, Dublin CA

25. Dave Demaray, Pacifica CA

26. Dean Hall, Guerneville CA

27. Dean Hsiao, San Jose CA

28. Bucky Moak, Vacaville CA

29. Jack Ingberg, reno, nv

30. Joe Magliano, sparks, nv

*31. Ricky Creetain, Alberta Canada

*32. brandon Coonce?, Irvine, ca

33. Patrick Curran, NJ

-34. Josh Burau, Nv

35. Amer Sahtout, ca

*36. Richard Trujillo, ca

*37. Ryan Gerrish, or

-38. Lance Clifford, ca www.pirate4x4.com

*39. Willy Davis, nv

*40. Tim Jensen, nv

*41. thom kowatch, nv

*42. Bob Tarvin, ca

*43. Michael Bergener, ca

*44. Jason Gainey, or

45. Daniel Guy, wa

46. Charles Rodgerson, ca

-47. Mike Shaffer, nv www.shaffersoffroad.com

*48. Cassie Jensen, nv

49. Steve Fillion, ca

50. Brian Crofts, ca

*51. elio dianda, ca

52. John Robertson, ca www.trail-gear.com

53. Matthew Messer, ca www.trail-gear.com

*54. John Shultz, ca www.hpiracing.com

-55. James donnel, ca

56. Roberto riviera, thorp, wa

57. Tracy Evans, wa

58. Greg peteresen.

59. Anthony Redfearn

60. Jon Privett II

*61. Josh King, nv

62.

63.

64.

65.











2.2 Invites:

1. Chad Hargrove, grover

2. Nick Justice, btf

3.

*4. jake hallenbeck, king bling www.ckrccrawlers.com

5. John Cobb, mariner

6. Blane Allen, rednck21

7. Jacob Scobie, BinaryTerror

8. Tim Graham, gs tunner

9. brett rogney, 1stockliberty

10. Cory Owenberg, CCC22

11. Cory Hannah, red rockcrawler

12. Jason Moreland, JRock

13. Courtney Farmer, XJ Farmer

*14. Nabil Jamali, E-hills4x4

15. Marty Mann, Manson

16. John Wolfkeil, MThead

17. Silas Swaim, Uroplatus

18. James Caruso, Turbofest

19. Tim Magee, tmyjeeper

20. Mike Rosenthal, Rockshow

*21. John Ripplinger, Superdave1

*22. Micheal Johnson, Roadkill424

23. Jeff Gill, rockcrawler

24. Greg Sinclair, 86 jeep

25. Mike Thompson, NAZ-T

26. Daniel Fleming, the hammer

*27. Jay Robinette, Rubbaneck

*28. Jake Wright, Delmonte

29. Randy Storm, Storminator

30. Aaron Betzner, The EYE

31. Shane Howsley, SPAD

*32. Austin Dunn, gatekeeper www.ckrccrawlers.com

*33. Brian Parker, drivnmf www.ckrccrawlers.com

*34. Chris Meeks, frdtrkguy

*35. dustin sigfried, wa

36. Aurther bell, paloaltok5

37.

38.

39.

40.







This list will be updated daily as sign ups come in.

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Wow! There it is. Sounds exciting...I look forward to being there.
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I am digging the LCQ Comp.

I know several GOOD drivers that had some bad luck this season, and they now have another chance to join the big show.


NOTE: Your entry fee for LCQ carries over to Worlds is you make it.
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From WCC comp
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Registration for each class is $75.00 and can be purchased here starting Friday, May 1st:

World/Nats
Registration for each class is $95.00 and can be purchased starting Friday July 17th at 11:00am
Why the $20.00 increase?
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I highly suggest staying at the Donner Ski Ranch Condos. Price was $300 for the AWCC and that was a condo with 3 double beds and a couch, two bathrooms with showers and a full kitchen. That's 7 spots if you care to spoon with your buddies. If you just have 4 the cost is only $75 per person.

My total food, drink, and board cost for AWCC with 3 people was only $140.
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We were told that we'd have 4 invites as one of the larger states (TX) for all the classes.
Does that still hold true?


And I'm confused for the tickets/registration for 1.9.
There are 50 spots for 1.9 and 50 for super right?
Tickets for USRCCA drivers go on sale on the 21st, but you also say the registration goes on sale on the 17th and when it's full it's full.

Well what about the people that qualified for a national invite in 1.9 or super? Do they get first crack at the 50 spots or is it just totally open?

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And I'm confused for the tickets/registration for 1.9.
There are 50 spots for 1.9 and 50 for super right?
Tickets for USRCCA drivers go on sale on the 21st, but you also say the registration goes on sale on the 17th and when it's full it's full.

Well what about the people that qualified for a national invite in 1.9 or super? Do they get first crack at the 50 spots or is it just totally open?
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Drivers who's clubs were running Super or 1.9 classes and have drivers who followed all the rules and worked hard to qualify should have first crack at buying a ticket. It's only right.

I have no intention of driving 1.9, and I'm sure Supers wont sell out fast, but on the odd chance that it does and I dont get a spot after striving for it all season and earning my spot...I'll be PISSED

Whats the deal?
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Old 07-15-2009, 11:02 AM   #14
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Please turn in the ALL Names into 2.2 Invitee thread regardless of class

Its my fault I set up the post wrong


Qualified Drivers ONLY

Make sure you include ...

Name
RCC Name
Class
Club
State

I will check it against the master list I have, so no funny business
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Old 07-15-2009, 11:09 AM   #15
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YOU THE MAN FISH!!

Invitee List post edited..

Thanks!!

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Old 07-15-2009, 01:40 PM   #16
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Wow...that's an intense amount of planning. Looks like this event is in good hands. I dig the rule changes and new 2.2 format. Running the winners through that many courses is going to be absolutely brutal on equipment...but I like it!
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Old 07-15-2009, 02:43 PM   #17
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could I get a little clarification...

Im sure it was explained someplace but there are 50 threads and countless posts...

I am a club qualified 2.2 driver. I won an event or placed high enough in a clubs point series. My name is on the list in the thread Fish posted. Will I need to compete in the LCQ qualifier on Thursday?
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Old 07-15-2009, 03:04 PM   #18
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from what I read...If your club qualified the LCQ doesnt really pertain to you. Instead of just having buy ins to fill the remaining spots after the invites are done...they are having the LCQ to narrow it down to "the best of the buy-in" to fill the remaining spots. i think.

if theres 10 spots left they take the top ten out of the lcq drivers.
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from what I read...If your club qualified the LCQ doesnt really pertain to you. Instead of just having buy ins to fill the remaining spots after the invites are done...they are having the LCQ to narrow it down to "the best of the buy-in" to fill the remaining spots. i think.

if theres 10 spots left they take the top ten out of the lcq drivers.
You got it
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Old 07-15-2009, 03:19 PM   #20
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The top 15 From the LCQ will advance to Saturdays World Finals.
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if theres 10 spots left they take the top ten out of the lcq drivers.
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You got it

10 or 15?
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