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    Default 2015 NERRC schedule

    The 2015 Club Racing schedule has been posted. This upcoming year’s schedule will feature seven race weekends at four different tracks.

    While the schedule is only tentative at this time, we should have all of the details sewn up shortly and a final version will be posted if there are any changes.

    http://www.ner.org/clubracing-schedule/
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    Quote Originally Posted by team-gpracing View Post
    The 2015 Club Racing schedule has been posted. This upcoming year’s schedule will feature seven race weekends at four different tracks.

    While the schedule is only tentative at this time, we should have all of the details sewn up shortly and a final version will be posted if there are any changes.

    http://www.ner.org/clubracing-schedule/

    That looks like a fun and varied schedule. Any idea what the NE Divisional schedule is?

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    Sure do. It's still tentative as well.

    http://www.nediv.com/nediv-info/tent...nediv-schedule
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    http://www.mohud-scca.org/ko/2014DecKO.pdf

    ​"The 2015 NeDiv Divisional ChampionshipThe 2015 Race Schedule is set:

    April 11,12 Summit Point
    April 23,24 New Hampshire Motor Speedway (might be April 25, 26...)
    June 6,7 New Jersey Motorsports Park
    June 20,21 Nelson Ledges
    July 18,19 Watkins Glen International
    August 8,9 Pocono International Speedway
    September 19, 20 Pittsburgh International Raceway
    October 9,10 Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park

    Eight Weekends listed, you must participate in four weekends to be eligible for the championship."

    I have my eye on this series as well... forewarned.

    July 18,19 Watkins Glen International is out for me since T and I are participating in the NYC Tri that weekend. I hope Bruce in his 1.6 Miata runs that weekend and kicks all your ITA a$$es :_) as he does mine at WGI. Championship and friendly banter/"fighting words" aside, this schedule includes 4 new tracks for me and that in itself is a win.
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    Oh, we're so scared Mickey!
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    Bring a few extra fenders and rims to the track.

    So, are we doing this or what?
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    You certainly won't have to worry about me. I've never been into following a championship schedule. Palmer, the Glen, LRP, one or two Thompson, Summit Labor Day. That's my hopes for next year. Hopefully some of those will also align with your schedule.
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    I want to worry about you and Ahbi. Winning championships on attendance and top 5 finishes is not exactly fun or exciting, yet still a challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossaidis View Post
    Bring a few extra fenders and rims to the track.

    So, are we doing this or what?
    I am in !!

    See you at Summit. Bring your A game.

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    No more Cheap Date weekend. I'm sure I am not alone when I say I can remember when the entry was $100 for that weekend. I remember that price because I got to the front of registration line w/o my checkbook (no credit cards or online registration then), but had enough cash to pay the fee.

    Pig Roast has been gone for a few years now. All good things do come to an end eventually.

    Here's to new traditional weekends at the new tracks.

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    April 11,12 Summit Point
    April 23,24 New Hampshire Motor Speedway (might be April 25, 26...)
    June 6,7 New Jersey Motorsports Park
    June 20,21 Nelson Ledges
    July 18,19 Watkins Glen International
    August 8,9 Pocono International Speedway
    September 19, 20 Pittsburgh International Raceway
    October 9,10 Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park

    Kind of sad that Lime Rock isn't on the list of a Championship Trail....
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    Yes, but there's Nelson!! Interesting to see that and Pittsburgh on the schedule. Palmer would have been nice too.
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    Kind of sad that Lime Rock isn't on the list of a Championship Trail....
    Palmer would have been nice too.
    At the recent MiniCon, the NEDiv Divisional Racing Committee voted to have the Divisional Championship Series series consist of a maximum of eight races at different tracks each year. Since there are currently more than eight active tracks in the division, some track(s) will get bypassed in any given year. A rotation will be set up so that tracks get an equal opportunity over time. Palmer will definitely be in the mix when it comes on line.

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    Terry, I'm obviously out of the loop when it comes to this series but it seems like the focus is on North East based tracks mostly. What is the reasoning for Nelson and Pittsburgh? Just trying to get some other tracks in the mix?

    Mickey - this is how a look at the series goes for me, and it's not a knock on it, just my viewpoint. I look at which events are the most fun, which tracks I enjoy, and have good competition. I then base my racing on that. Summit? Fun track, but if I'm going there it'll be for Labor Day weekend which IMO is one of the premier events on the East Coast for IT. April? Eh. Weather there is often not so appealing; even less than 100 degree heat during the summer. lol

    Maybe we need to come up with our own gentleman's championship. Both LRP events (the NARRC runoffs should be a part of this), both Palmer events, one Glen (maybe two), one Thompson, Summit Labor Day, hell at that point I'd throw in one of my least favorite tracks, NHMS.

    Again, I realize the chase for a points championship is appealing to many and respect that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gran racing View Post
    What is the reasoning for Nelson and Pittsburgh?
    They're Northeast Division tracks.
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    The event at pittsburgh international will be on the new 2.9 mile course. So all of the regional class records will be up for grabs.
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    the NHMS date is actually May 23-24. for the NeDiv race.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gran racing View Post

    Mickey - this is how a look at the series goes for me, and it's not a knock on it, just my viewpoint. I look at which events are the most fun, which tracks I enjoy, and have good competition. I then base my racing on that. Summit? Fun track, but if I'm going there it'll be for Labor Day weekend which IMO is one of the premier events on the East Coast for IT. April? Eh. Weather there is often not so appealing; even less than 100 degree heat during the summer. lol

    Maybe we need to come up with our own gentleman's championship. Both LRP events (the NARRC runoffs should be a part of this), both Palmer events, one Glen (maybe two), one Thompson, Summit Labor Day, hell at that point I'd throw in one of my least favorite tracks, NHMS.

    Again, I realize the chase for a points championship is appealing to many and respect that.

    So let me see if I understand this Dave. You want to start a Championship with your buddies, raceing at select tracks of your choices, for a points structure that you guys come up with.

    Next you will say you want a Spec tire, and your own rookie hazing, and your own seperate banquet and year end trophies. What an awesome idea. (NOT SARCASTIC) It does in fact really work and bolster entries. And its a hoot raceing with the same group of Cheatin Bastards every week. Go Ahead....
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    Ok, I got an LOL out of that...

    But Dan, you missed a key part: create extra-regulatory requirements to restrict preparation and choose not to publish them, keeping them only as word-of-mouth so that if anyone else chooses to enter you can SHUN them into retreat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Amy View Post
    Ok, I got an LOL out of that...

    But Dan, you missed a key part: create extra-regulatory requirements to restrict preparation and choose not to publish them, keeping them only as word-of-mouth so that if anyone else chooses to enter you can SHUN them into retreat...


    It is assimilation, not retreat.
    All posts are made by a fat old guy with a crappy old car that isnt supported by a factory anymore and therefore should not be taken seriously, EVER

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