MRA Graduates 43 From New Racer School At High Plains Raceway

MRA Graduates 43 From New Racer School At High Plains Raceway

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By MRA:

The Motorcycle Roadracing Association (MRA) conducted its annual race school on April 8th and 9th in direct collaboration with club sponsor Fay Myers, and with the support of High Plains Raceway in Deer Tail, Colorado. New Rider Director Jeff Brown and the rest of the MRA Board led a team of 23 veteran club racers in the effort to impart as much safety, technique, best practices and an honest conversation around risk mitigation to all participants of the two-day school.  A total of 43 students completed the experience and received a certificate for demonstrating their knowledge of safe road course practice and operations. Of those 43 individuals, 28 have committed to the race license process and are expected to swell the novice grids of the club in 2022, a welcomed addition to the sport and wider community. Congratulations to all those who participated, and special thanks to all those who helped and supported the successful outcome of the event! The MRA looks forward to a safe, robust and competitive 2022.

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