Round 3 - Bulletin
ROUND 3 ENTRY IS OPEN!
Round 3 | September 19 – September 20
Thunderhill Raceway Park
5250 CA-162 | Willows, CA 95988
PLEASE REGISTER ASAP
We have a small window to get enough entries to make this event happen:
AUGUST 15, 2020 – AUGUST 24, 2020 @ 11:59 PM
Our deadline is August 24th at 11:59 PM to get 180 riders registered. As a club we need to reach out to our racing family, friends, and teammates to make sure they sign up. Help make this event happen. Let’s go racing at Thunderhill!
We will keep everyone updated periodically throughout the 10 days to let you know where we are on rider count, via e-blasts.
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IMPORTANT | NO IN-PERSON REGISTRATION
Please register online and in advance of the event. The Registration Team will be doing their part to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and will not be accommodating in-person registrations on event day. They will be available for normal race weekend concerns such as investigating holds, dropping classes, and the distribution of pre-rented transponders. We truly appreciate your patience as we adapt to the ever-changing rules surrounding the pandemic.
So You Think You're Fast?
Want to find out how fast you really are? Start racing and take it to a new level. To get started, visit the Membership Info Page for information on how to get your AFM race license.
Join now and be part of all the action with the AFM. Start racing and get involved in the most exciting motorsport on the face of the earth.
On race days, awards are given to the top 3 finishers in each class and the top novice rider. Points are tabulated towards Season Championships. Many classes also have contingency sponsorship programs available from various manufacturers, businesses and shops.
So if you think you're fast, now it's time for you to Prove It and Get Started Racing!
Valentin Debise Wins Races, Jayson Uribe Captures Championships At Thunderhill
Jayson Uribe clinches the number one plate for 2020 at the seventh and final round of the AFM season at Thunderhill Raceway Park on October 21-22.
Uribe came into the weekend leading all three of his championships, and had the overall title well within his grasp. He did, however, need to finish the Formula Pacific race within the top 20 and beat the incredibly consistent Jordan Edginton in Open GP. With that in mind, the Graves Kawasaki tandem of Andrew Lee and Valentin Debise opted to focus solely on the ZX-6Rs and not run their ZX-10R’s.
With no track day event on Friday, the weekend was much more compact than usual, and the number of incidents on track Saturday morning reflected that. Early in practice, Deion Campbell had a fast crash in turn two. Campbell was airlifted to Chico, California, with multiple injuries, including a fractured shoulder, a fractured T1 vertebrae, as well as a lacerated kidney. At the time of writing, Campbell was still awaiting.... read more