A Deposit (to be kept on file) is required for
2006 for our new state of
the art timing system.
The Canadian Death Race will again be utilizing our new state of the
for 2006 that includes the use of specialized computer timing sticks
runner on course. This system will vastly improve our safety, timing,
tracking and reporting abilities. Because the equipment is
costly, a deposit of $50 will be required for each timing stick. (One
per soloist or one per team - teams sticks will be passed to each
subsequent relay racer at the appropriate leg transfer stations.) The
timing stick stores the users information so that
our timing experts can keep track of your progress throughout the
If the timing stick is lost, the runner will not be able to complete
the race and the user/team will be disqualified. If a racer is
disqualified or surrenders prior to the finish of the race, their stick
must be surrendered along with their Death Race coin.
Please send either a
postdated cheque for August 7th, or, if you wish, your credit card
information and authorization via fax or mail for the
deposit. (See printable form below for submission
information.) Your cheque will not be cashed and your
credit card will not be charged and will be held on file until Monday,
August 7th. In the event that a timing device is not
returned during or at the end of the race, only then, will
your cheque be cashed, or the credit card be processed.
A timing stick is shown in action as a racer punches his stick
(card) into the timing station (box) for recording.
The station beeps when the information is received and recorded, and
the racer moves on.
Note that the timing stick is easily fastened to the racer's finger
Each timing stick is numbered and assigned to an individual racer or
team and contains all of their essential timing information.
Printable Deposit Form
The Canadian Death Race requires you to mail or fax (for credit cards
only) the deposit form.
here to download and print the deposit form before filling out the