The final round of the 2015 MRA Season is September 19-20, 2015 at Pikes Peak International Raceway and it’s time to get registered to race! Online preregistration is currently open for MRA Round 7. MRA Colorado plans to close preregistration Monday evening, September 14th, so don’t delay! You can log in online to RaceWurx and register for all your classes. Go to http://www.mra-racing.org/racers/race-preregistration/ for instructions. A SuperMoto class has been added for Sunday, which is listed in the Available Classes in RaceWurx.
Round 7 is Corner Worker Appreciation Day on Saturday. We can’t race without the Corner Workers, Score Keepers and Ambulance Staff! It’s that time of year where you show your appreciation to YOUR corner workers for their hard work and dedication to the MRA so all of you are able to race.
Spectator tickets are available at the gate the day of the event for $10 per person.
To volunteer visit http://www.mra-racing.org/fans-volunteers/become-a-volunteer/ for more information.
The MRA (Motorcycle Roadracing Association) is committed to bringing the sport of on-track motorcycle roadracing to Colorado! The MRA features the fastest riders on sport bikes in the state competing head to head on a wide varieties of racing motorcycles. You can experience the excitement of motorcycle racing first hand by attending a racing event, volunteering to be part of the action, or becoming a motorcycle racer. The MRA covers all of these opportunities. If you are an aspiring motorcycle road racer, the MRA provides high quality instruction and racing experience opportunities all within Colorado. Our Superstreet racing series is an excellent way for aspiring racers to enter the sport under the guidance of friendly, knowledgeable MRA instructors with decades of experience. You can use your own street bike with minimal modifications and become a racer in one day! For roadracing fans, whether superbikes or Moto GP, with an affinity for sportbikes like the Honda CBR, Kawasaki Ninja, Suzuki GSXR, Yamaha R6, Yamaha R1, and Ducati Superbikes, we invite you to experience racing up close. If your interest is being part of the show, we have entry level opportunities for cornerworkers and track personnel. Volunteers are coached on skills, procedures, and equipment they’ll use to support the racing program all weekend. Cornerworking is an exceptionally good way to understand what motorcycle roadracing is all about while building relationships and developing in depth firsthand knowledge of the sport.