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Saturday, Feb 13th, 2016

“Battle of Wisconsin” ISR Wisconsin Snocross State Championships

Waupaca County Fairgrounds in Weyauwega Wi

Pre-registration is open through midnight Friday, February 12th.
Registration/Check in at the track:  Noon to 1:30pm on Saturday
Autograph Session 12:30
Rider meeting at 1:30
Practice at 2 PM
Opening Ceremonies at 3 PM
Heat races will be run during the daylight hours and the “State Championship” main events will conclude under the lights.  Podium interviews, #1 plates and bottles of Champagne await all of our 2016 Champions. It may be called the “Battle Of Wisconsin” but we encourage and welcome racers from MN, IL, MI to attend.  As in Plymouth, we have a very good amount of snow to work with and track conditions should be excellent.
Admission: $15, 12 and under free
Everyone pays admission including the racer at this event.

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What makes the “Battle of Wisconsin”special is the attention ALL of the class winners get as a result of winning. #1 Plates, bottles of Champagne and podium pictures and interviews. Best of all, the GNSS will be the main show on Saturday for the Fire On Ice event this year. We welcome and encourage racers from MN, IL and MI to come partake in the Battle of Wisconsin ISR Snocross State Championships on February 13th in Weyauwega, WI. You will be glad you came!

There will also be a TRAIL class offered as an exhibition but it will not be a “State Championship” class.

Scott Biese at 920-419-2863  E-Mail Scott
In the days leading up to the event I am very difficult to contact since I am generally on-site preparing for the event.  I do NOT have access to email on the Thursday or Friday prior to the event.  Please plan ahead with your question and contact me early.

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120 classes:  What you used to know as our STOCK 120 classes have been renamed Improved Stock.  We now have one stock class which means bone STOCK – no modifications allowed including gearing.  This class is meant for first time racers as in introduction to snocross.

Points/Showdown Clarification:

You must run 75% of the scheduled races (6 of 8) in order to qualify for year end points/awards and the Showdown at Lake Geneva. There are NOT any throw out races for our series. You must make 6 of 8 events in order to be ELIGIBLE for the showdown or year end points. That does NOT mean you throw two races out. Example: You win every heat and main event you compete in but only attend 5 of 8 races which lands u in the top three in points. Result: you do NOT get to attend the showdown or receive series awards because you did not compete in the minimum number of events (6).   If you make all 8 events, then all 8 of them count towards points, if you only make 6 or 7 events then those 6-7 events count towards points.  If you only make 5 events you will not be figured into the year end points.

We do hope this clears a few things up.

KAUKAUNA race is currently scheduled for February 27th – it is VERY likely that will get moved back one week so we are not competing against the National in Michigan.  We will discuss this change this weekend in Ironwood.  This change should also make it easier to make the minimum 6 races for most people.

Hope to see all of you this weekend in Ironwood – track construction is underway – pics available (more as the day goes) on our Facebook page – Great Northern Snocross Series

Contact:  Scott Biese at 920-419-2863

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In the days leading up to the event I am very difficult to contact since I am generally on-site preparing for the event.  I do NOT have access to email on the Thursday or Friday prior to the event.  Please plan ahead with your question and contact me early.

Two season long promotions meant to help us build snocross in Wisconsin:
Bring a first time Trail Stock rider/entrant with you to the races and receive a $25 coupon toward a race of your choice – this promotion is good for the entire season.
Also, first time 120 racers new to the GNSS will get a buy the first class and get the 2nd class for FREE – again, valid at all events this year. 

ALL racers and crew wishing to enter the staging area (Hot Pits) must have an ISR membership in order to compete in 2015. This is what allows GNSS to eliminate the per class “Insurance” charge from past years. Please sign up at Insurance. Print your receipt or email confirmation and carry it with you until your hard card arrives in the mail. One day USAC memberships are available at the track only for $25.

2015/2016 ISR Membership insurance program.
NEW THIS YEAR! Mandatory for drivers, optional for crew members!
For the 2016 season ISR is providing excess medical insurance for all drivers at a reasonable rate for the coverage afforded. Please be aware you must have this coverage in place before you can participate in any ISR affiliated event.
Each year ISR works very hard to provide both promoters and drivers with the best coverage available and considers the following factors:
·         High quality medical supplement insurance for drivers,
·         Reduced liability costs for promoters,
·         Best protection possible for potential litigation issues,
·         Universal, uniform protection for everyone at all ISR affiliated events,
·         Keeping the Sport we love safe and fair for all!
Thank you for participating in the ISR membership insurance program!

ISR Competitors (mandatory) and Crew members (optional) can get signed up for their 2015-2016 license at Link
For help, please contact Nikki Klepper at E-mailor call 317-247-5151  ext. 214

 

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Anyone/Everyone can race in our Trail class!

Trail Rules:
Snowmobile must be 800cc or less:  Riders under 18 are limited to a 600cc max sled.
Rider must be a minimum of 14 years of age.  If under 18 you must be accompanied by BOTH parents or one parent and a written/notarized consent form from the other parent.
Snowmobile cannot be a “snocross” produced sled.  Snocross replica sleds manufactured for trail use are fine.  But a snocross  sled converted to a trail sled is not
Racers must have a Tech vest or an EVS snocross vest.  We borrow them to racers at NO charge but a license or credit card must be left with our race day office
No studs outside the rails of the sled – we prefer NO studs at all.
Must have a working tether cord
Just like all of our other classes, the trail class will run 2 rounds and a main at all events.
Registration for this class is available at the track.
Entry fee is $25 and there is a $25 one day USAC membership that can only be purchased at the track. ENTER HERE

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