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Montynut

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Re: 2013 Australian Post Classic MX Titles
« Reply #570 on: April 15, 2013, 06:43:11 PM »
evo has age races you wont get away with it ma will insist you have them.classic dirt track mx same rules.
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Re: 2013 Australian Post Classic MX Titles
« Reply #571 on: April 15, 2013, 06:44:31 PM »
One way to guarantee sufficient numbers is to include the Nats results into your club championship pointscore

If the Nats are in NSW the Heaven / Norths riders count it as a pointscore round which at  somewhere like Lakes would mean lots of entrants This way riders of lesser ability may not figure in the Nats trophies but they may just advance their points enough to figure in their own clubs results. The same goes for Vic and Qld.

Interest in a National Title should not be garnered on an Internet forum. It should be done at club level with questions like, You wanna ride the Nats, How many laps, You want camping, Where you wanna ride?, 1st choice, 2nd choice etc.
This information is compiled in the first 6 months of the year ( Is May too early to run a title event as , say for Heaven members it will only be the second time out on a bike in competition ) with deposits taken from all participants and both submitted to MA to put together a fruitful proposal to clubs to tender from.

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Re: 2013 Australian Post Classic MX Titles
« Reply #572 on: April 15, 2013, 06:51:07 PM »
Ted applications to run the 2014 Nationals are open now and close in a few months. Lakes application for 2013 was accepted as a late application because no one had put their hand up last year for the 2013 event.

The Classic & Post Classic Nationals are actually MA events and the club runs it on their behalf. To ride at it you need a National licence or a one event National Licence (this is only available for the Classic & Post Classic Dirt Nationals). This would make it a very expensive club day and you could not have all the events that are run at Heaven club days for example.

You can not change the classes away from those in the MOMS and any variations to the event have to be approved by MA.

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Re: 2013 Australian Post Classic MX Titles
« Reply #573 on: April 15, 2013, 06:57:30 PM »
Ok, I didn't know that's how it worked, but if that is how it's done that's how it's done. Selling a twice failed product 12 months out can only go one way.
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