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STTars Rider Qualifications

 

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RIDER QUALIFICATIONS

 

  EXPERT:
 

Riders with Expert status are not eligible to enter the following classes: Novice
Beginner

   
  NOVICE:
  Amateur-level riders with supermoto racing experience that have never won a STTARS championship in the following classes: Unlimited, 450, 250, Intermediate.
 

If a rider wins more than 50-percent of the Novice class races in a championship season, the rider will be upgraded to Expert status at the end of the series.

 

Riders with Novice status may enter any class other than Beginner or Unlimited.

   
    BEGINNER:
  Any amateur-level rider without supermoto racing experience may enter the Beginner class. If there are fewer than 3 Beginner class entries at an event, the riders will be moved into the Novice class for that event day.
  Beginner riders may also enter the following classes:
Minimoto 150
GP65
GP85
Novice
Vet 30
Vet 40
  The Beginner class is not a series championship class. Once a rider has 2 Beginner class race wins, the rider is upgraded to Novice status and must advance out of the class.

 

 

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Sunday November 5, 2017
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