Woody Creek Criterium

Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Event Type: Road Bike
Location: Aspen Racing and Sports Car Club. Please be cooperative and courteous to the Aspen Racing and Sports Car Club personnel and please be intelligent about how you park!
Start Time: 5:30pm – note category start times below
Party: Informal Party at Woody Creek Tavern
Course Description: This classic ACC race will be held at the Woody Creek Raceway courtesy of the Aspen Racing and Sports Car Club. No access to the track is permitted prior to 5:00pm. The track, typically used for local sports car racing, is approximately 1.1 miles per lap with gently rolling terrain on each seven corner lap. This will be your only opportunity to ride on the Raceway this season!

Start Times: (Note reverse order—please race in only one category.)

Wave 1, 5:30pm C-Novice Men, C-Novice Women, HS/MS boys, Men’s super grand masters 70+. Approx. 30 min of racing
Wave 2, ~6:10pm Men’s Master 50+, Men’s Grand Master 60-69, Women’s Advanced, Women’s Master 50+ Approx. 30 min of racing
Wave 3, ~6:50pm Advanced Men, Open Women. starting at conclusion Wave 1 and 2, Approx. 40 min race
Wave 4, ~7:40pm Open Men. Approx. 45 min race, final race of evening

Further details or any adjustments to the schedule, including the duration of races, will be provided at the START. Be aware that start times for the later races may change based on turnout and decisions by race director.

Race Finish and Placement:
This can be a difficult race to score. As with most other ACC races, finish order is done by visual spotting by race officials and volunteer marshals. If you finish with a large group, please be sure to check in after your race with the finish marshals to confirm your finish order. Confirming finish order improves accuracy and expedites and simplifies production of results. We do everything we can to try to place people correctly and need your help to make this happen. Please be sure that your race numbers are pinned on correctly as well. They need to be located on your right rib cage in a position that can be easily read with your hands on the bars (see image).