Classes

Classes   -   2016 
1. 51cc 4-6 yrs Stock
2. 51cc 7-8 yrs Stock
3. 51cc Multi-Speed/Shaft Drive 4-8 yrs Stock * (See Note Below)
4. 51cc Open 5-8 yrs Stock
5. 51cc Beginner 4-8 yrs Stock * (See Note Below)
6. 65cc D 6-11 yrs
7. 65cc 7-9 yrs
8. 65cc 10-11 yrs
9. 65cc Unlimited 7-11 yrs
10. 85cc D 9-15 yrs (79-112cc Big Wheel Allowed,   Honda CRF 150 is Allowed)
11. 85cc 9-13 yrs (79-85cc No Big Wheel Allowed.  (No 150 Honda Allowed)
12. 85cc 9-11 yrs (79-85cc No Big Wheel Allowed.  (No 150 Honda Allowed)
13. 85cc 12-15 yrs (79-85cc 2 Stroke/75-150 4 Stroke) Small Wheel - Honda 150 is Allowed
14. Super Mini 12-16 yrs (79-112cc 2-Stroke/75-150cc 4-Stroke)  Honda 150 is Allowed
15. Girls (10-16) 79-112cc 2 stroke/75-150cc 4 stroke  -  Honda 150 is Allowed
16. Women 12+  (99-250cc)
17. Schoolboy 1 12-16 yrs  (86-125cc2stk/75-150cc 4stk).
18. Schoolboy 2 13-16yrs (122-150cc Two Stroke, 126-250cc Four Stroke)
19. 250 D (125 D Beginner 122-250cc).
20. 250 C (125 C 122-250cc).
21. 250 B (125 B 122-250cc).
22. 250 A/Pro (A/Pro 122-250cc)
23. 125 2 Stroke Amateur 122cc-125cc   12 & up
24. 450 D (122cc-Open)
25. 450 C (122cc-Open)
26. 450 B (122cc-Open)
27. 450 A/Pro (Open A/Pro)
28. Unlimited C/D (122cc-Open)
29. 4 Stroke Amateur (122cc-Open)
30. Collegeboy Amateur 14-24 yrs (122cc-Open)
31. 25+
32. 30+
33. 35+
34. 40+
35. 45+
36. 50+
37. 55+

  1. 60+ (Mega Series Only)
    39. ATV Expert
    40. ATV Intermediate
    41. ATV Novice

*51cc Multi-Speed/Shaft Drive 4-8yrs – Limited to the following models: Honda CRF50, Yamaha PW50, Suzuki JR50 and Yamaha TTR50
NOTE – This is different than the AMA Qualifier Rules. This is changed from what was posted earlier.

*51cc Beginner 4-8yrs – Limited to riders with less than 1 year riding experience (Dominating riders in this class are subject to be moved at any time).

ALL D Class Riders:
*3
wins or 4 second place finishes or any combination of the two and you get advanced. If you’re fast enough to win the D Class, then you need to start the series in the C Class. If a rider has previously won a championship in any series any class (excluding Women & Girls. that rider cannot ride a D class. When you get advanced, you don’t take your points with you. The D Class is a beginner class and a chance to try racing to see if you like it. It isn’t a place to plan on winning a SAS Series championship.

Youth D Class Riders: 
You can race a 2nd class, but if you place in the “TOP 30%” you will be out of the D Class. This Youth Rule is based on 10 rider minimum class.

Series Tie Breaker
If a tie is recorded in the final point standings the tie breaker will be the best finish in the last event that either or both riders attended in that series.