Racing at The Track at Centennial
The Track is an authorized Rotax Service Center & Birel America Dealer.
Racing the Rockies Series
Produced by The Track at Centennial, this is a competitive series - class structure, tech inspection, driving ability, and penalties are taken seriously. Drivers must be registered for the series in order to accrue points.
*** SEE IMPORTANT SERIES INFORMATION BELOW ***
The Racing the Rockies series will be a regional qualifying series for the National Rotax Max Challenge Progam.
Participants in the Racing the Rockies events can earn an invitation to the Rotax Grand Nationals, and the Pan American Challenge. These events will attract the best of the best in North America to compete for a chance to represent the USA at the Rotax Grand Finals.
IMPORTANT - Please note: All racers must be a member of the Rotax program, declare Rotax of the Rockies as their home series, and follow all RMAX Challenge rules.
This is a six race, one drop series.
- Race Weekend 1 April 27-28, 2013
- Race Weekend 2 May 18-19, 2013
- Race Weekend 3 June 22-23, 2013
- Race Weekend 4 August 10-11, 2013
- Race Weekend 5 September 7-8, 2013
- Race Weekend 6 September 14-15, 2013
- Kid Kart
- Micro Max
- Mini Max
- Junior Max
- Senior Max
- Rotax Masters
- DD2 Masters
- Spec 125 Novice
- Spec 125
- Spec 125 Masters
Driver and Mechanic License
The Track at Centennial makes use of a licensing program for all Track promoted events. This will help our staff and all participants to identify drivers by class/age group/skill level and identify team mechanics.
This program will help to ensure effective race day management and will promote safety throughout the event.
ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A LICENSE
Licensing Fees: $20.00 for the 2013 season
C – License
All new drivers and/or drivers who have not competed in at least two (2) Track at Centennial managed races will be issued a C License. Each driver will be required to attend our driver orientation prior to participating in any racing event.
B – License
All drivers who have successfully participated in at least two (2) races, and have experienced the race day process, will be issued a B License.
A – License
The A License is reserved for racers who have won a Racing the Rockies race during the current season, or placed 1, 2 or 3 overall for the previous season in their class.
M – License
The M – License will be issued to approved mechanics of the competitive racer. This license is appropriate for individuals who perform mechanical and technical support for the race team. The M-License permits access to the hot-grid, scales and technical inspection areas of The Track.
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