2013 MotoGP at Laguna Seca

2013 MotoGP at Laguna Seca

I want to thank everyone who came out and supported the club for the MotoGP weekend. We passed all the FIM Track Inspections. It was a great job by all the Workers new and experienced to pull together and make it a successful weekend. Thank You to all the TM's and experienced workers who took new workers under their wing and showed them how it's done. I got lots of positive feedback from lots of new workers about how much they learned and how much they enjoyed working with you. Good job, that's how we make our club stronger.

On another note, I want to thank all of you who were on a radio for your patience dealing with the issues we were up against all weekend. I voiced my concerns over the issues we had all the way to the top. They are working on a solution to the problem, because SCRAMP can't have another weekend with radio issues during a FIM / Dorna event, or they could lose the race(s). This is/was a very serious issue with SCRAMP and they were working on it all weekend. A big Thank You to Kenny, Scott, Rene, Shelley, Lawrence, Elena, Ryan and Alan for the late nights Friday (2:30AM) and Saturday (1:30AM) we had charging and checking all the radio's before we went to bed. It would never have happened without you.

Next up World Superbikes. If you applied for WSBK and worked MotoGP, you are working WSBK. It's automatic acceptance. If you signed for both and didn't make it MotoGP, drop me an e-mail and let me know you are going to show up at WSBK. I'll get around to contacting you, but it's better to contact me ASAP. I still need around 80 more workers for WSBK. If you know anyone interested, have them sign up. Disregard the deadline. I'm taking apps till I'm full. You'll get an e-mail confirmation and a mailed one like MotoGP. If you worked MotoGP , you'll only get the confirmation letter and anything new for WSBK. Most of the other things are the same for both groups, so hang on to your MotoGP packet.

Thanks again everyone. Let's get some rest and recharge the batteries because we're going to this again in less than 2 months.

- Ted