ASRA/CCS Has New Owners (Updated Again)

ASRA/CCS Has New Owners (Updated Again)

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By ASRA/CCS:

More, from the latest version of the ASRA/CCS press release announcing its new ownership:

Big things in store for 2023…

Yes, we are racing at Homestead in December…2022. Full details in couple of days.

November 2, 2022 

American Superbike Racing Association (ASRA) is pleased to announce upcoming changes for the 2023 race season.

Under new ownership and management of Alex Spellman and Mark Lienhard, ASRA/CCS will transition to an exclusively digital race registration and mobile check system, the first of several upgrades to provide an enhanced racer experience.

Alex Spellman – “As we move forward into the future, I am encouraged to begin this chapter. I love a challenge. This is a monumental task at hand, but there is no one I would trust more in the same foxhole than Mark. We will take this kicking and screaming into the future.”

Mark Lienhard – “My experience with multiple businesses over the last 30 years will bring new and creative processes to CCS/ASRA. Holding a partnership in Evolve GT and MotoGladiator gives me great insight into many of the mechanics of helping bring this new partnership with Alex to the top. With the help of all the current racers’ input, we can make racing awesome once again!”

To streamline the experience, CCS racers will have access to a new account registration portal, available through the redesigned CCS website, which will also provide social media support. Participants will be able to get results and other key information during race weekends quickly, often in real time.

In addition to some dynamic new classes which will reflect current FIM class structures, CCS will also introduce a new contingency reporting program and a series of cash contingency-paying races to be run at every CCS race weekend.

As the current leader in Sportsman-level motorcycle racing, CCS is dedicated to implementing enhancements that leverage technology and incorporate feedback from racers and ensure the highest quality and safest measures available while maintaining the level of competition and structure that CCS racers have come to expect.

ASRA/CCS would like to take this opportunity to thank Kevin Elliott for his many years of service and commitment to the advancement and promotion of the road racing community.

Upcoming releases will provide more information about additional enhancements for the 2023 CCS race season. Please note our new central email address and phone number and direct questions to [email protected] or 725-755-7550. As always, thank you for your support.

A FAQ page will be added to the website soon. We are working on a survey form to send to everyone to get your input on changes, ideas and what you would like to see most. The survey will probably be lengthy, but hopefully it will bring some great ideas and what we need to do as a collective to make it the best racing available in America. Help us help you!

Release dates

– schedule for 2023 November 15 or sooner

– 2023 license purchase November 15

– Android and IOS app March 1

Many other new changes coming for 2023. Stay tuned.

Please note the new contact info.

Email  [email protected]

Phone 725-755-7550 M-F 9-5

Please direct all questions and concerns here.

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