ROUND TWO OF THE MITAS TYRES BUCKET RACING CHAMPIONSHIP
Round 2 of the PCRA MITAS TYRES Bucket racing championship will be at Pheasant Wood on 7 March.
The format will be the same as the Isle of Marulan TT.
The day will be Time Trial based, made up of 3 x 13 lap legs with an overall combined time for the 39 laps. Plus a 20 minute Practice/ Qualifier.
Classes will be Motolite, Superlite and Commuterlite.
There will be around 10 to 13 bikes on the track at a time.
Entry fee will be $175
Enter early so you don't miss out.
New and Changes to Bucket Racing Rules from the AGM.
For 2021 onwards there will be a single class "Commuterlite"
– “amateur” and “pro” to be discontinued. Passed
Add “125cc Air-cooled single cylinder 2 stroke”Passed
Add “200cc Air-cooled 2 valve twin cyl.4 stroke” Passed
“- 180cc 4 stroke air cooled max capacity 189cc” to
“- 200cc 4 stroke air cooled max capacity 200cc”
Deferred to next AGM
Remove twin shock frame restriction. Passed
Add to homogulated frames:
Honda: CB200, SL175Passed
Honda CBR125 Rolling chassis Passed
Yamaha YFZR125/150 rolling chassis. Passed
Remove fork size restriction. Passed
– upside down forks NOT allowed. Passed
Remove restriction on brake modifications. Passed
Remove restriction on tyre sizing. Passed
“(Standard carburettor only on Honda CB125T twins)”. Passed
Add to engines:
“(Parts that replicate homologated parts are OK to use).” Passed
Add to homogolated engines:
Jianshe: “(JS150Y Engine less cylinder head).” Passed
Increase max ex port 4stroke engine modification:
“Maximum Valve sizes: … Exhaust 26mm” from 25mm. Passed
Add to homogolated engines:
Honda: CB200, SL175. Passed
No Commuterlite riders turned up to the AGM to voice their concerns which was disapointing to say the least. A couple of people from the Commuterlite riders group need to step up and get involved. There is no Commuterlite representative at the moment so one of you need to volunteer.
The Application form can be downloaded
Payment can be made by cheque, money order, Direct debit (Bank details on form)
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