I been posting a bit these past few days, that I'm planning to return to the track in 2019. I'm not new to track days nor N2. I rode with NESBA back in the day and have done a few days with N2 (in 2014). I've also rode, that year, with other track day orgs (TPM, Motorcycle Excitement, Evolve GT). I believe I'm still listed as an "I" rider in N2 although I last rode on the track in 2014. Question: I'm wondering if I should start back in "B" or if I will be required to start back in "B". I feel quite certain I'll get comfy sooner rather than later, in the "I" group. Part of me worries about being in the "B" since, in my first time riding with M.E. in 2014, I was placed in the "beginner" group (though I was an "I" in N2) and riders were crashing quite a bit. My day ended early when one guy overtook me on the outside of turn 4 and high sided in front of me. I had no choice but to stand up the bike and bounce through the grass into the tire barrier. A CR later told me that the CRs were trying to "keep an eye on that guy and his riding". Grr. So, the next time I rode in the "beginner" group, I took an unorthodox approach to getting the bump... I passed a CR rider (who just wouldn't notice me showing my wheel for permission to pass) and never looked back. Thankfully, he was cool about it and, quote, since he couldn't catch me, he did take notice that my riding and lines were good. So, he had another CR eval me and I got the bump. I don't plan to do that again. Anyhow, I rambled a bit here. My question (I have two actually), in case it got buried in my post (lol) are: 1. Are returning riders required to bump down? 2. Where are rider bumps posted on the N2 site? Thanks!