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WERA numbering

I'm thinking of taking part in a few WERA races this year and was wondering if you can use the numbering plate on the front where only one side of the upper is numbered (basically your numbers only cover one of the two lights - I just think it looks cooler.)

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i'm pretty sure you can't weras kinda anal about the numbering.
I'm pretty sure they have to be centered but as mongo would say RTFRB! lol


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Ya.............6" black numbers with at least 1" of edging of the number plate around them. Centered on the front and one on each side of the tail.


The WERA rule book is online at their site.

Do you have your WERA license yet?
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Ya.............6" black numbers with at least 1" of edging of the number plate around them. Centered on the front and one on each side of the tail.


The WERA rule book is online at their site.

Do you have your WERA license yet?
I was gonna do the Bargy school this coming weekend but the bike is still apart in the garage waiting for me to finish changing the springs and valves in the fork, 520 conversion, etc. etc. I guess I'll have to do my license in March. I don't plan on doing a full season - just a few races to get a feel for it (I've only done 6 track days all together.)
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