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North Florida Flat Track Race March 29


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1ST Points Race of the 2008 Series MARCH 29 7PM

Cross Roads Motorplex Jasper*, Fl. CROSS ROADS MOTORPLEX HOME OF THE WORLD 100

-1/4 Mile tacky red clay oval with minimal banking.

-No Rear Knobby tires allowed except in Peewee.

Classes:

Motorcycle (2 wheelers) Vintage and Production

Trikes Open (3 wheelers)

Open Experienced Quad (no CC limit, any age, flat track experienced)

Open Quad (no CC limit, any age)

Ladies Quad A : Under 25 years (no CC limit)

Ladies Quad B : 25 years and Over (no CC limit)

Youth Quad (11-17) (400 CC's or less, no Banshee or 250R)

Vets Quad 30-40 years

Senior Quad: 41 and up

Link to pictures of track Randy Lewis | World's #1 Ranked Trackchaser

WADE MURPHY

TRACK 386-938-1228

HOME 386-938-3481

DIRECTIONS TO TRACK:

EXIT 460 OFF I 75 GO WEST ON STATE RD 6 FOR 4 1/2 MILES.

THE TRACK IS ON THE LEFT

GATES OPEN AT 11am

REGISTRATION 4pm-5pm

PRACTICE AT 5-6pm

DRIVERS MEETING AT 6:30pm

RACING AT 7PM

CAMPERS ARE ALLOWED TO STAY OVERNIGHT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BUT NO HOOKUPS however, there are free indoor showers.

Days Inn Jasper

(386) 792-1987

8182 State Road 6 W

Days Inn: Online hotel reservations, special hotel discounts and packages, TripRewards®

*Please note: The track is at the Jasper exit but is located in Crossroads, Fl. 4 1/2 miles west of I-75.

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