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New CASC-OR Race Director

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Safety Clothing And Equipment

Date: 07-02-2011 / Author: webmaster / Tag: Road Racing /

Racing involves risk.
 
Acquiring, wearing, and maintaining personal safety equipment protects you and safeguards our ASN master insurance policy, which makes Ontario motorsport possible.
 
Consult the rulebook, talk to experienced competitors, and compare prices and quality at race suppliers, particularly those who sponsor CASC-OR and have their ads appearing on this website.
 
A fire retardant racing suit, socks, gloves, balaclava and shoes are required by the rules. Their selection, use and care are equally as important.
 
Road racing helmets must be rated 'SA' (Special Application), and have dates (i.e. SA2010) to indicate the standard to which they're built; again, consult the rulebook for more specific information before purchasing.

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