Ex Pro license question

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I had a guy tell me that if you had (he's in his mid 40s) a pro license at one time you can never race in C Class. Even if the pro license wasn't MX and it was many years ago. Is this true?
 

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Any prior racing experience should disqualify that rider for the C class,
i can't imagine why anyone 40 years old would want to ride C class. its kinda scary


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If you can't ride very well and you don't want to come in last aren't your chances better in C Class? I'm 38 and last year I ran in C class (didn't take last). The guys that where in 35+ where way to good for me. The class was small so they mixed them in with the B riders.
 

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Actually you mite be bettter served to ride in the 30 B class. You would be with adults not C class 15 year olds and mite be the best place.
Actually time will tell and you will find the right class that works for ya. Just be careful in that C class......


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Wardy,
You've got me thinking about this 30B class. I'm going to have to go watch them. I just don't want to get last place. I know that I can pretty well count on at least beating 3 or 4 guys in C class.
 
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ken you will do fine, all speeds out there in the 30B. Main thing is they all have to go to work monday morning just like you!

in the C class skipping school is the least of those guys problems,.

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