Please see the CCS web site for official rules regarding racing. Racing officials will have the final say in determining your readiness to race. The guidelines below can help you

1. Motorcycle Technical Requirements
CCS and/or ASRA stickers must be clearly displayed on each side of the motorcycle. Stickers are available at Tech Inspection at no charge to competitors. Failure to display the stickers will render the machine ineligible for CCS and/or ASRA contingency program.

  • Motorcycles that are dirty or show potentially dangerous body work damage will not be approved
  • Tires must be in good condition and must be mounted on wheels at least 15” in diameter. When permitted by the class rules, carbon fiber wheels are allowed provided they are DOT or BS approved and tested to JWL standards for fatigue and impact strength. It is the rider’s responsibility to provide proof of certification upon request
  • All machines must have operational front and rear brakes.
    • Aluminum or carbon fiber discs are not allowed. Carbon fiber disc carriers are not allowed
  • Aftermarket brake cooling ducts or wind deflectors may be made of metal providing the design does not pose a safety risk to any competitor. Final approval rests with the Technical Inspector.
  • All machines must have an operational handlebar-mounted kill switch or button. This switch must be easily identifiable by either color or emblem for use by safety crew members.
  • All machines must have a self-closing throttle.
  • All turn signals, luggage racks and mirrors must be removed.
  • All lenses and instrument faces must be taped or removed.
  • Center and side stands must be removed.
  • Rear fender or seat must extend to the rear of a ling drawn vertically a the rear axle.
  • Fairing must be mounted in at least three locations. The front wheel must be clearly visible from both sides except for the portion covered by the fender. The rider must be visible from the side and above, while in a normal riding position, and transparent material may not be used to allow for such visibility. Fairings must be made of plastic, fiberglass or carbon fiber.
  • No streamlining may be attached to the rider
  • All oil, fuel and coolant carrying hoses or lines must be secured at all connecting points by clips, clamps, safety wire or other approved means.
  • Oil coolers must be securely mounted in a protected area. All connections must be safety wired or otherwise secured by acceptable means.
  • On 4-stroke machines, crankcase ventilation must be routed into a heat-resistant catch can of at least 350cc capacity or the air box.
    • If vented into the air box, any drains from the air box must be sealed.
    • If ventilation is routed into a catch can, the overflow tube from the catch can must be routed into the intake area of the carburetors so that any overflow will be drawn into the intake area.
    • Final approval of the catch can system rests with the Tech Inspector
  • o. All engine, transmission and final drive unit drain plugs and filler caps must be visibly safety wired. Oil filter bolts must be secured with safety wire, and spin-on oil filters must be secured with a metal clamp and safety wire or other acceptable means. Fuel and radiator caps are exempt. On all machines, enough body work must be removed before coming to tech inspection so the Inspector can see them.
  • Kick starter, if retained, must be secured at two points.
  • Cooling systems must not contain ethylene glycol.
  • All fuel must be gasoline as described elsewhere in this manual.
  • Valve stem caps with sealing O-rings are required for both wheels.
  • Supercharging is not allowed. Turbo charging is only allowed if it is original equipment. Nitrous Oxide systems are prohibited in all classes.
  • The following motorcycles must have case guards installed on both sides of the engine.
    • i. Suzuki GSXR (all models)
    • Suzuki GSF (all models)
    • Suzuki GSX (all models)
    • Yamaha FZR600 and YZF (all models except R-1)
  • Case guard or reinforced cover required on the left side only for the Yamaha YZF-R1 and 2000 and later model Suzuki GSXR’s with OEM style body work (No openings on the lower right side of the fairing.)
  • Case guards may be in the form of strengthened side covers. This list is subject to change and is at the discretion of the Tech Inspector. Frame sliders are not acceptable as engine case guards.
  • All 4-stroke machines must be equipped with a fluid catch pan of sufficient size and heat-resistant material to contain the contents of the crankcases in the event of an engine or crankcase failure. Minimum capacity of the pan is 3 quarts.
    • i. Modifying the OEM bodywork to get the 3 quart capacity is allowed.
    • ii. You may add lower fairing panels to a machine that came without them. Standard rules for mounting fairings apply.
    • iii. A maximum of two 1” holes may be drilled in the bottom of the catch pan to allow water to escape in wet conditions. The holes must remain plugged until the race has been declared “wet”. Tape is not an acceptable plug.
    • iv. All catch pans must be mounted securely. Zip ties and duct tape do not count as secure.
    • v. Final approval of the catch pan system rest with the Tech Inspector.

Final approval of the machine’s compliance will rest with the Tech Inspector.

2. Rider Equipment

  • Helmet must be full-face with face shield, undamaged and bearing a stamp from one of the following international standards:
    • Snell M2005 and M2010 (USA)
    • BS. 6658 TYPE. A (Great Britain)
    •  ECE 22-04 & ECE 22-05 “P” (Europe)
  • Riders must also place their competition number on the chin bar or side of the helmet to aid in identification in case of a multi-bike accident.
  • Leather footwear at least 8” high. Slip-on footwear is not recommended.
  • Gloves with leather protecting the thumb and fingers.
  • Suits or pant/jacket combination made of leather or Kevlar. Separate pants and jackets must be joined with snaps or zipper(s) to create a one-piece suit.
  • Knee and toe sliders that emit sparks are not allowed.