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D-14 & D-15 membership req'd to race in MI & IN?

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I have looked at the D-14 & D-15 websites and have found that if I want to, I can race 12-13 races in MI & IN. What I can't find is if I have to be a member of both districts to race in their respective states. I could care less about points (at least for now!). D-14 dues are $12, and I think D-15 is $15, so not that much to spend, but $15 IS $15!

If anyone knows the answer, please fill me in. I haven't found any good contact sources on the D-15 site. I think the only place you can run and belong to either district is the MX & Grass Race (?) at Red Bud and the event at Dutch.

Thanks!

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If your a member of D-14 (or any ama district), you can ride any district you like. Atleast that was the case 3 years ago when I did a lot of racing out of state. I doubt it's changed since.

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Concur with previous post. Run both D15 and D14 races in IN and MI. In different years have either had one or the other, but never both. Treated as a visiting racer at most tracks. Last years race at Plymouth was the first year I was asked to sign up for D15 but when I put up a fuss they accepted my D14 card. Red Bud, Log Road, Dutch and Reads (In) have historically taken either card.

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Thanks for the replies. That's kinda what I figured, as far as being able to race in both districts.

My next question is about classes. They have different divisions / classes in the 2 districts. Did you guys that raced in both have to change your backgrounds / numbers? Or since you were a visitor and not racing for points, did they just let you run?

Thanks.

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I only raced motocross out of state, and that's pretty universal. Typically, backgrounds and numbers don't really matter unless its a LL qualifier.

As for harescrambles, I'm not sure how they do it out of D14, but I'm guessing it's probably the same too. The only thing I can think of about D14 is red backgrounds with white numbers is for their top 10 class, or M class.

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