For 2015, all of our membership and event
registration will be done online. Please click
here to create
your account in the new system.
If you have multiple children or racers on your team, you will need to
create one account for each racer. However, you can use the same email
address for everyone you will be signing up. For example, if you were
signing up three children, you could use the same email address for all
three, the same password for all three, and just make each user name what
their name is:
- Driver one: firstname.lastname@example.org, user name JohnAnderson, password
- Driver two: email@example.com, user name PeterAnderson, password
- Driver three: firstname.lastname@example.org, user name JennaAnderson, password
Once you have setup the accounts, be sure to fill in all the
Profile information for your racer! You can add a picture, your race
crew members, your sponsors, all your sled information and more. These
profiles will be available on the WKSRA website!
To complete your driver profile:
- Complete your initial registration for the driver as described
- Fill in the sled information.
- Click "My Profile" in the upper right.
Most of the profile information is located here. You can fill it
in, take a look at a preview and make any changes you desire.
General Racer Information:
All drivers must
register with ISR and receive ID number before they will be allowed to
race. Register at
required to be DOT and SNELL 2010 or ECE 22.05
and 75% orange.
The back of the
driver’s jacket will require 144 square inches (12”x12”) of orange
and include their sled number.
(Goggles or helmet shield).
Over the ankle
Shin (with knee)
Safety/TekVest will be required in all classes.
Elbow pads are
recommended but not required.
MANDATORY SLED REQUIREMENTS:
Tether cords in
proper working order are mandatory.
All sleds must be
equipped with stock OEM chain tensioner bracket, puck and brake band
bracket. Excluded from this are F1 and F3.
All sleds must be
equipped with functional brakes, chain and clutch guards.
All sleds must
have a battery operated light (bicycle light) on the back of the sled,
even if they have a working taillight.
To aid in
steering safety, heim joints, steering rods, and handlebar hooks will be
allowed in all classes. (See hooks in stock class in ISR Book)
The color orange
is not permitted on any sled; any visible orange must be
removed or concealed.
must be clearly visible on both sides of the sled and
at least 6-8” high.
Alcohol, oxygenated/reformulated gas or fuel additives may not
Fuel will be
periodically checked and must meet ISR and Digatron specs.
These fuels are
toxic, dangerous and cause serious health effects.
Photos courtesy of
Dan Lewis Photo