2020 online registration open for USRA racers
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December 30, 2019  |  by Jeff Nun, USRAracing.com

Registration is open for drivers who will compete in the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series during the 2020 calendar year.

All competitors at a USRA-sanctioned event must possess either a USRA Competitor License or USRA Temporary License prior to participating in the event.

USRA Competitor Licenses must be purchased online at usraracing.com/register or by calling the USRA headquarters at (515) 832-6000.

Drivers competing in a USRA-sanctioned events are eligible to earn track, regional and national points in the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series from January 1 through the first week of November.

During the Summit USRA Nationals (October 1-3) and Summit USRA Southern Nationals (November 5-7), track and regional points will not be awarded for the divisions competing in those events, and national points will be awarded at those events only.

The cost of a USRA Competitor License for the 2020 calendar year is $130 for Modifieds, $110 for Stock Cars, $110 for Late Models, $100 for B-Mods, $100 for Hobby Stocks, $100 for Factory Stocks, $100 for Limited Mods and $60 for Tuners.

All licenses fees will increase by $20 beginning March 1. Competitors must purchase a USRA Competitor License on or before June 30 or will get just one-half of the points funds the driver is eligible for. Modified, Stock Car, B-Mod and Hobby Stock racers must designate their intention to be eligible for rookie status when registering for their USRA Competitor License.

Alternatively, drivers may purchase a USRA Temporary License for $10 which is valid for one (1) event only. Drivers opting to purchase a USRA Temporary License will earn the same points as those with a USRA Competitor License. The purchase of a USRA Temporary License does not apply toward the cost of a USRA Competitor License if one is purchased later. USRA Member Racetracks will only offer USRA Temporary Licenses for purchase.

To be eligible for national points funds, a driver must have competed in at least half of the events held at any one USRA-sanctioned racetrack (minimum of 8 events with a minimum of 4 starts). To be eligible for track points funds, driver must have competed in at least half of the events held at that racetrack for which the points funds are being awarded.

For complete information regarding licenses and eligibility, see the 2020 USRA General Rules & Regulations at usraracing.com/rules.

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