At regular events it will be Saturday Practice Day and All Racing on Sunday.
Area Qualifier Weekends will be Friday Practice, Saturday racing with support classes for everyone. Sunday is another day of racing, and ATVs will race Sunday ONLY.
At Area Qualifier Races all 50cc, Girls, & Women will do ALL of their RACING on SATURDAY.
All Racing is on SUNDAY (except Area Qualifier Weekends are different)
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. 65cc 7-9 yrs
6. 65cc 10-11 yrs
7. 65cc Unlimited 7-11 yrs
8. 85cc 9-13 yrs (79-85cc – Big Wheel Allowed), Honda 150 is Allowed
9. 85cc 9-11 yrs (79-85cc – Big Wheel Allowed). Honda 150 is Allowed
10. 85cc 12-15 yrs (79-85cc – Big Wheel Allowed – Honda 150 is Allowed
11. Super Mini 12-16 yrs (79-112cc 2-Stroke/75-150cc 4-Stroke) – Honda 150 is Allowed
12. Women 12+ (99-250cc)
13. Schoolboy 1 12-16 yrs (86-125cc2stk/ 75-150cc 4stk).
14. Schoolboy 2 13-17 yrs (122-250cc) 2 or 4 Stk, 14+ yrs to ride 250cc
15. 250 C (122-250cc). 14+ yrs to ride 250cc
16. 250 B (122-250cc). 14+ yrs to ride 250cc
17. 250 A/Pro (122-250cc) 14+ yrs to ride 250cc
18. 125cc 2 Stroke Amateur (122cc-125cc) 12 & up
19. 2 Stroke All-Star A/B (122cc-500cc) 14+ yrs to ride 250cc
20. 450 C (122cc-Open) 16+ yrs to ride 450cc
21. 450 B (122cc-Open) 16+ yrs to ride 450cc
22. 450 A/Pro (Open A/Pro) 16+ yrs to ride 450cc
23. Unlimited C/D (122cc-Open) 16+ yrs to ride 450cc
24. Collegeboy 14-24 yrs (122cc-Open) 16+ yrs to ride 450cc
25. VET PRO 25+
26. 25+ Amateur
27. 30+ Amateur
33. ATV Expert/Pro
34. ATV B – Intermediate
35. ATV C – Novice
36. ATV – 35+
*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.
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 series championship. When you move up a bike size, YOU CAN’T DROP BACK to D Class.
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 8 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.