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Motorcycle/ATV/Powersports Race Day Bulletin

Tuesday, Jun. 10 2014

A mandatory riders meeting will be held on Sunday, June 29, 2013 at 7:00am.  The meeting will be at the Red Bull Bus in the Fan Experience Zone (see attached Start Line Area map).  Any competitor who fails to attend this meeting will be subject to a penalty, unless excused by the Assistant Director of Competition or his designee.

At 7:35 am, all two- wheeled competitors will begin to line on the grid. It is imperative each rider be ready to stage promptly at 7:35 am, so the first rider can leave the Start Line at 8:00am.  All motorcycle competitors will be staged by division in the order established during qualifying.  All competitors will run fastest to slowest (based on qualifying) within their division.   The run order and qualifying information can be found at the bottom of this bulletin.

 

All riders will leave the Start Line one rider at a time. There will be a 20 second gap between each rider and a 2 minute break between each class.  All riders are required to stage in their place in the running order.  The running order within each division will be posted after the motorcycle/ATV/ Exhibition Powersports qualifying on Friday, June 27, 2014. All vehicles must be mobile on the starting grid; there will be no exceptions to this rule. No additional ATV’s or trailers will be allowed on the starting grid.

After the car program is completed.  All ATV/Sidecar/UTV competitors will stage and be released in the same fashion as the motorcycle competitors.

If a rider is “red flagged” during their race run, they will be given instructions by a course official on returning to the Start Line for a rerun.

All competitors will be held at the Summit until the race is completed and will return to the Start Line in the Parade of Champions, led by the Mitsubishi Lancer Parade of Champions Pace Car.

The top three finishers in each class must immediately report to the designated impound area in the motorcycle pits once they return from the Summit.  Any rider/driver who finishes in the top three in their division and fails to immediately report to the impound area will be disqualified.

2014 Run Order

Bike Program Part #1

Pikes Peak Challenge- Vintage

Pikes Peak Challenge- 250

Pikes Peak Challenge- UTV/Exhibition (2 wheeled vehicles)

Electric- Production

Electric- Modified

Pikes Peak Lightweight

Pikes Peak Middleweight

Pikes Peak Open

 

Car Program

The cars will run fastest to slowest based upon qualifying times (regardless of which division or class).  The cars will not run in any specific division/class order.

 

Bike Program Part #2

Pikes Peak Challenge- Sidecar

Pikes Peak Challenge- Quad

Pikes Peak Challenge- UTV/Exhibition (remainder of the UTV/Exhibition class)

 

Within each bike class/division listed, the competitors will grid and race fastest to slowest based upon qualifying times.  There will be no intermission between the Bike Program Part #1 and the Car program to bring the bikes back down the hill.

 

Qualifying Information

Currently there are approximately 80 car and 80 bike entries signed up for the 2014 race.

Please be reminded of the following rules which are stated in the 2014 rule book.

–          The PPIHC shall be allowed to add to the field at its discretion (Part VIII, subsections 8.2.4 and 8.2.5)

–          8.2.5 The number of qualifiers for any division shall be established by the PPIHC Board of Directors, Staff, Race Director, Director of Competition, and Assistant to the Director of Competition. If the field is bigger than the target number, it will be trimmed beginning with the slowest vehicle in the field (or a particular division) until the field reaches the target number. The Director of Competition and Assistant to the Director of Competition may disqualify a vehicle completing a qualifying run for any reason including if it is measurably slower than other entries in the division. “Measurably slower” is any vehicle that is outside of 115% of the fastest qualifier within each division/class. If however, too many vehicles are eliminated by using the 115% rule, the field will be filled with the fastest vehicles outside of 115%.

 

If you would like to withdrawal from the race as a result of this announcement of the qualifying rules, contact PPIHC by March 7, 2014.

Entry numbers are approximate and will fluctuate slightly as PPIHC is still reviewing applications.

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