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: email@example.com, user name JohnAnderson, password
- Driver two: firstname.lastname@example.org, user name PeterAnderson, password
- Driver three: email@example.com, 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.
|Maximum gear ratios of
Jr. Novice sleds:
|All Arctic Cats: 20-44
|All Polaris: 17-41
|Ski Doo's without TRA clutch: 18-44
|Ski Doo's with TRA clutch: 16-44
|You may gear down for smaller tracks
but not above the maximum gearing for each specific model.
|NEW IN 2007
|PLEASE NOTE: There can NO
LONGER be any ORANGE on any sled. This is per ISR rules and
will be enforced.
|Rules on Radio Usage:
|WKSRA passed a rule as of December
31, 2002 that the use of radio devices with racers during any WKSRA race
is not legal.
General Racer Information:
Following is a list of items needed to race:
Front ski carbide runners and rear track studs, oval race
type for your model. See
Rear tunnel enclosure. See
Quality race helmet, ORANGE IS
race numbers installed on both
sides of sled on the hood as
high as possible. Call the
WKSRA Secretary for available
Photos courtesy of
Dan Lewis Photo