For many of you, this is likely you're first time. Here are some things to consider. Have you made your hotel reservation? Have you thought about travel arrangements? Support crew? Just a few things to keep in mind.
My advice is tell everyone you know that you plan on running The Canadian Death Race in 2011. This makes pulling out of the race much harder! Additionally, you should be proud of even attempting a feat such as this.
Many of the Death Racers out there are already training. If you are, good for you. Keep up the hard work. That being said, many runners drop-out from the race simply from burnout. It's so easy when your logging so many miles each week. A balance between life, work, relationships, and running is required. Not doing so will likely result in a high probability of burnout.
GO DEATH RACERS!