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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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Thursday July 23, 2015
11am-6pmCoast Guard Permit in effect - SPECIAL RULES APPLY
6pmM-29 road closure in place; Race Village set up
7pm-8:30pm Patrol Fleet Safety Briefing, St. Clair City Hall

​Friday, July 24, 2015
All Day
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Arrival of Race Boats; Race Village - N. Riverside Rd, St Clair, MI
9am-4pm



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​Race Boats Inspections - N. Riverside Ave, St Clair, MI

​​Crane Area - Clinton Ave & S. 3rd St, St. Clair, MI
Ramp Area - St Clair City Boat Harbor, 902 S. Second Street, St. Clair, MI
Wet Pits - Rotary Park (3rd St & Clinton Ave.)
Dry Pits - ​ Riverside Rd, St Clair, MI
11am-3pm
Racer Registration - TBA
12pm-4pm​​​
GPS Registration - GPS Trailer, Race Village
11am-​6pm
Coast Guard Permit in effect - SPECIAL RULES APPLY
​3pm-11:30pmHospitality and Beer Tents Open – Palmer Park
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
SPONGE - 8:45pm-9:45pm
STARSHIP 10:15pm-11:30pm​

​Saturday, July 25, 2015
10am-12amRace Village open to the Public
​7:30amCourse buoys set
8am-6pm

10am​​​
Crane in Operation

Racer Meeting - TBA
10am-6pmBoat Ramp Open to racer boats
8:30am-2pm

11am-4pm​​
Racer Registration - TBA

GPS Registration - GPS Trailer​​
8am-12pm
Swim / Dunker Testing - St. Clair City Pool (715 Orchard St, St Clair, MI)
11am-6pmRace Control Operational
11am-6pmCoast Guard Permit in effect - SPECIAL RULES APPLY
12:30pm-3:30pm

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Insured Testing; Course staffed RACERS MUST CHECK IN, OBTAIN PERMISSION, AND CHECK OUT WITH RACE CONTROL; MONITOR 78A
5pm-7pm​

7pm​​
Race Team Autograph session

Racer Appreciation Gathering - TBA
11am-11:30pmHospitality & Beer Tent Open
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
CANDLEBOX - 10:15pm-11:30pm​

​Sunday, July 26, 2015
All DayRace Village & Avenue of Vendors
7:30 AMCourse Buoys Set
​8amTeam Physicals - St. Clair Fire Station
8am-6pmCrane Operational
8:30amMedical / Dive Briefing, St. Clair Fire Station
9amPATCOM Law Enforcement Briefing, St. Clair Boat Harbor
9amRacer Meeting – St. Clair Fire Station
10am-6pmRace Control Operational
10:30 AMCourse Support Fleet on station
10:30 AMPilot's Meeting - FLZ
11am-6pmCoast Guard Permit in effect
11:40amOpening Ceremony; Flag Float Down (tentative)
​12pm-9pmHospitality & Beer Tent Open
12pmRACE 1   (subject to adjustment)
1:30pmRACE 2   (subject to adjustment)
​3pmRACE 3   (subject to adjustment)
4:30pmRACE 4   (subject to adjustment) - if needed
7pmAwards Ceremony - TBA
*Schedule Subject to Change

Area Hotels - St Clair
Blue Water Inn1337 N. River Road, St. Clair, MI810.329.2236
Murphy Inn505 Clinton, St. Clair, MI810.329.7118
Area Hotels - Marine City  (South of St. Clair)
Anchor Inn6000 N. River Road, East China Twp, MI810.765.8877
Area Hotels - Marysville Area (North of St. Clair)
Amerihost Inn1611 N. Range Road, Kimball Twp, MI810.364.8000
Clair Inn70 Gratiot Boulevard, Marysville, MI810.364.8400
Super 8 Motel1484 Gratiot Boulevard, Marysville, MI810.364.7500
Area Hotels - Port Huron Area (North of St. Clair
Best Western2282 Water Street, Port Huron, MI810.987.1600
Comfort Inn1700 Yeager Street, Port Huron, MI810.982.5500
Fairfield Inn by Marriott1635 Yeager Street, Port Huron, MI810.982.8500
Hampton Inn1655 Yeager Street, Port Huron, MI810.966.9000
Quality Inn & Suites1720 Hancock, Port Huron, MI810.987.5999
Double Tree800 Harker St, Port Huron, MI810.984.8000
The State of Michigan Helmet Law

Michigan law now allows motorcyclists to decide for themselves, if certain conditions are met, whether or not to wear a helmet.

To legally not wear a helmet, a motorcycle operator must:
  • Be at least 21 years old.
  • Have at least $20,000 in first-party medical benefits.
  • Have held a motorcycle endorsement for at least two years, or have passed an approved motorcycle safety course.
The law also allows for motorcycle passengers to not wear a helmet. Passengers also may not wear a helmet as long as they:
  • Are at least 21 years old.
  • Have at least $20,000 in first-party medical benefits insurance in addition to the insurance that is required of the motorcycle operator.​​
A person younger than 21 years old still must wear a helmet approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation when operating or riding on a motorcycle. The requirement that an individual younger than 19 years old must wear a helmet if operating a moped on a public roadway is unchanged.​
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Race Course: 4 miles