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MWXC ATV/MOTORCYCLE/UTV Competition Rules

The following rules & regulations are those of MWXC and the events they hold. Decisions made by MWXC are final.

Start Times

Rounds 1-6 will be bikes on Saturday, quads on Sundays. Rounds 7-12 will be quads on Saturday, bikes on Sundays. UTV’s will be on Saturday. No Micro at round 1. No SxS at round 1, 10, or 12.
Micro, Youth, Adult and UTV race Lengths are times noted below. Race will be deemed over 40 minutes after the leader finishes.

Motorcycle Youth: 60 min +/- – 8:30 AM start time

Motorcycle Micro:  30 min +/- – 10:15 AM start time

Motorcycle Adult AM Race: 1.5 hr +/- – 11:30 AM start time
Motorcycle Adult PM Race: 2 hr +/- – 2:00 PM start time

ATV Youth: 60 min +/- – 8:30 AM start time

ATV Micro: 30 min +/- – 10:15 AM start time

ATV Adult AM Race: 1.5 hr +/- – 11:30 AM start time               
ATV Adult PM Race: 2 hr +/- – 2:00 PM start time

UTV: 1 hr +/- – 5:00 PM start time (Saturdays)

Inclement Weather/Extreme Track Deterioration:

MWXC has the right to cancel or postpone an event. In a case where unfit race conditions occur during a scheduled event MWXC has the right to delay or stop the racing and alter the order of that weekend’s scheduled events. Should a delay occur, every effort will be made to resume the schedule in a timely fashion if conditions significantly improve.

Safety Gear:

Riders must wear Helmet, goggles, boots, pants, long sleeve shirt. Chest protectors, neck braces and knee pads are recommended along with any other safety gear.

Pit Riding:

Spectator and racer pit riding is prohibited. Handicap Permits may be available and will be made available in the MWXC registration trailer. MWXC has the right to revoke these permits if seen fit by MWXC staff. Any violations of this rule could lead to penalties up to and including disqualification of associated racer within the violators associated group.
Getting from Point A to Point B – A racer going from Point A to Point B must have a helmet on at all times and maintain an idle at first gear. MWXC has the right to pull or penalize you from the event if the rules can not be obeyed.

Pitting and Pit Crews:

Pitting is allowed any where outside of the banner area around the Finish Line. Pit Crew – A racer is and will be responsible for their pit crews actions. MWXC will not tolerate a staff member being disrespected by racer or a member of the racers pit crew. Actions will be taken by an MWXC Official.

Medical Insurance:

Medical insurance is the sole responsibility of the competitor.  MWXC does not offer medical insurance and we encourage everyone to have medical insurance if competing or spectating at our events.

Medstate Life Line Insurance:

If you have purchased Medstat Insurance there will be a list in registration trailer you need to place your name on that list and you will be given a sticker to be placed on your helmet. So that in case of emergency Medstat Insurance will be first notified.

Gate Fees:

Gate fee $15 for ages 13 and up
$5 for ages 6-12
Children ages 5 and under are free.
Camping for the weekend is included with the gate entry fee. In order to leave and re-enter the property you must have your designated wristband on. If you try to return and do not have your wristband on then you will have to pay the entry fee again.

Race Entry Fees:

Micro – $20
Youth – $25
Adult – $35 – Adult Pro Class – $70
UTV – $60 – UTV Pro Classes – $100

General Rules – 2019

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Rider Eligibility and Classification

“PRO” Classes

1 – Eligible to any A class ranking.
2 – Must be 15 yrs old + or by promoter discretion after reviewing racers stats.
3 – Riders advancing to Pro class may return to the “A” division if they have not finished in the Top 10 Overall.
4 – Previous A class champions are not forced to move to Pro.
5 – If you run Pro class within another local series you will be required to run Pro class with our series.
6 – Pro class racers may race both Pro bike and Pro Quad within the same event. If you race Pro class in our Saturday events then Sunday you may participate in any other class within the PM Race only if not racing Pro Class. If racing Pro class in Sunday events you will need to race Pro class Saturday. Example you race Pro Quad Saturday and do not want to race Pro Bike on Sunday then you may participate in our A or B class within the PM race. NO AM race entries. And vice Versa when weekends rotate.

“A” Classes

1 – All “B” Class champions and “B” riders ranked second or third in the previous year’s MWXC who won at least three races.
2 – All riders that have an “A” ranking in any other off-road series.
3 – Exceptions listed under Addendum to class advancements noted below.

“B” Classes

1 – All “C” class championships in the previous year’s MidwestXC.
2 – All “C” riders ranked in the top 3 of their class earning at least 50% of the points earned by the class champion in the previous year’s MidwestXC. Ranking is based on year-end series points and not the banquet awards.
3 – All riders that have a “B” ranking in any other, off-road series. This applies any sanctioned event.
4 – Exceptions listed under Addendum to class advancements noted below.
Advancement takes effect January 1st.

“C” Classes:

1 – Novice skill level riders and riders that do not otherwise qualify as an “A” or “B” level rider.

D Class Rider:

This class is designed for the Entry-level rider. First year or have never been ranked above a 10th position in any higher Ranked class in any sanctioned XC Event. If you raced in 6 or more races in D Class with MWXC or MWXC has been shown valid proof of your D class attendance from the previous year with another series, you will be required to move up to at least a C level Class.

Trail Rider Classes:

1 – If racing two events in same day the second race must be entered as a trail rider participant. For example if racing youth for points you may only enter the AM Trail rider class. If racing AM race for points you may enter trail rider class in PM race.

Sport :

MAX CC 400cc 4 stroke class – Machine eligibility class. Not based off skill level.

4×4 :

201-1000 cc 4×4 class – Machine eligibility class. Not based off skill level.

Addendum to class advancements

1 – This applies to all classes: Racers racing in any series in a higher ranked class will be forced to move to the same ranking in MWXC, upon being brought to MWXC attention in written protest form by the affected racer in the same particular class. This will take place at that particular event, if evidence is verified prior to, if not it will take effect next scheduled race event and does not retro to prior events.
2 – Definition of a higher ranking class. A being the highest forced position. MWXC does not force A Champions to race Pro class.
3 – Any class having only 5 or less racers that raced 6 or more races – The only racer that will be required to advance, is the first place racer if they have 3 or more 1st place finishes.
4 – Age divisions – In lieu of advancing to the next higher ranked division A, B, C a racer may advance to the next younger class within their division. Once this option is exercised, the rider may not return to the older age division for at least 3 years.
5 – Senior/Super Senior Class Champions are not required to move up to the next higher level unless they have placed 1st in 6 or more of the years scheduled events.
6 – ALL Class Advancements for the following race year will take effect January 1st of the race year.

Age Divisions

Age will be determined by the riders age on January 1st. Rider Age: Bike amateur riders must be at least 12 years old to race (250cc and lower) (with the exception of the youth classes), and must be at least 14 years old to compete on a bike above 250 cc. ATV amateur riders must be at least 15 years old to race (with the exception of the Sport, Schoolboy, D Class, Trailrider class and Youth classes) or If they have a proven record in a Schoolboy, Sport or D class in any Organized XC series then they may advance to the appropriate A, B, C or D Class upon meeting the Age requirement of that class and/or approval of the MidwestXC Series after review.

Changing Classes: A rider may petition to move to a lower classification based on class finishes and time differences. This will be reviewed by MWXC Staff and given an answer before the next scheduled MWXC event. If you elect to move classes at any time during the season your points earned in the previous class will not transfer to the new class and overalls do not combine if moving between different races (micro, youth, adult am, adult pm or utv).
If racers wish to try the next higher class for one race out of the season they may do so and return to the lower class with no penalties, but remember the class points do not move with you and overalls do not combine if moving between different races (micro, youth, adult am, adult pm or utv).
Riders are responsible for making sure they are running in “like” classes in all local XC series.  If there is a discrepancy found and/or protest filed against a rider and their class placement, they will be made to run in the higher class and points earned in the lower class will not transfer and overalls do not combine if moving between different races (micro, youth, adult am, adult pm or utv).

Any youth racer who also wants to race adult class in the same grouping (bike or quad) will only be allowed to enter in the AM Trail Rider Class during adult races.

Bike Rules

A Open:

A Lites: 250 and below 2/4 stroke

B Open:

B Lites: 250 and below 2/4Stroke

C Open:

C Lites and Junior C Lites: 250 and below 2/4Stroke

D: Entry level racer open cc class

Trail rider: for the occasional racer or anyone who is running for experience. (NON POINTS CLASS-Not Eligible for Overall)

Women: Open class (points class)

Youth Classes

YXC1 (Super Mini): (8-15) (79-112cc 2-strk; 75-150cc 4-strk) Max. Wheels: Front 19″; Rear 16″. Big wheel and small wheel models permitted.

85cc (7-15) 66-85cc 2-Stroke/75-125cc 4-Stroke. NO big wheels permitted.

Girls Super Mini: (7-15) (79-112cc 2-Stroke/75-150cc 4-Stroke) Max. Wheels: Front 19″; Rear 16″

65cc (7-12) 52-65cc 2-Stroke/52-90cc 4-Stroke

4 stroke (7-15) 125cc 4 stroke and below

Trail Rider – (7-15) 65 cc-100 cc (Non Points Class-Not Eligible for Overall)

MICRO:

MXC1 (Senior Bike) – ages 4-8 – 50cc 12″ max front wheel

Trail Rider Bike -ages 4-8 -Max 90cc, auto clutch only

Junior Bike – ages 3-8 – 50cc 10″ front wheels with jr chassis & suspension. No SR Chassis with 10″ wheels.

NOTE- If you are age 7 or 8 and 20% faster than the rest of the racers in any two events you must move up to youth. We have a class there for you. Race will be 30 minutes.

Micro Rules

No screaming at or foul language towards the riders will be tolerated. 1st offense banned from next race. 2nd offense banned for remaining season. Only track official and track sweep will be allowed on track. Spectators on foot only. No Spectators are allowed on track on any type of machine (bike, quad, utv, etc…) unless off track and returning to pit area. Please all parents and spectators stay 5 foot off track unless a child needs your help.  No one is allowed to ride with a micro rider at any time while on the course, lap will not count if this occurs. No youth rider may run the micro class in the same weekend in same classification. They may run peewee bike/youth quad or micro quad/youth bike. Let’s all work together to make this a fun and safe season!!

ATV Rules

Sport

400cc max 2×4 – Machine eligibility classification. Not based off skill level.

4×4 Class

201-1000 cc – Machine eligibility classification. Not based off skill level.
 

Schoolboy (13-15) – Adult race

(91-200cc 2-strk; 91-300cc 4-strk) production models. No engine displacement reduction permitted. 250 DRR and Apex will need to run schoolboy class in adult race, no youth races.

90 Limited – youth race

(71-90cc 2-stk; 75-125cc 4-stk) 8-12 age, 90 stock DRR, Apex & 125 Stock machines. Production models. The following maybe changed or added: tires (but no tire balls), wheels (cannot change stock width), pipe, sprockets, gearing, clutch, twist throttle, handlebars, grips, handle bar pads, front bumper, rear grab bar, air filter, jetting and steering stabilizer.  Fenders may be trimmed.  No other modifications allowed INCLUDING carburetors, oil injection, air box and lid, gas tank, wheelbase, width, rear axle, A-arm, shocks and suspension.  2-Stroke shifter models not eligible.

90 Stock – youth race

(71-90cc 2-strk; 75-125cc 4-strk) 8-12 age, production models automatic and cvt models only. NO DRR, Cobra or Apex. The following may be changed or added: tires (but no tire balls), wheels (cannot change stock width), pipe, sprockets, gearing, clutch, twist throttle, handlebars, grips, handle bar pads, front bumper, rear grab bar, air filter, jetting and steering stabilizer. Fenders may be trimmed. No other modifications allowed INCLUDING carburetors, oil injection, air box and lid, gas tank, wheelbase, width, rear axle, A-arm, shocks and suspension.

90 Modified – youth race

(71-90cc 2-Strk; 75-125cc 4-Strk) 8-15 age, production models. Shifter, Automatic and CVT models eligible. Manual clutch Shifter models restricted to this class.

70 open – youth race

70cc 6-11 age

Trail Rider – youth race

6-15 age – occasional racer/first time racer

YXC2 (Super Mini) – youth race

Age 12-15, 250cc max 4-stroke 100cc max 2 stroke. No DRR or Apex.

Girls Super Mini – youth race

Age 12-15, 300cc max 4-stroke 100cc max 2 stroke.

YXC1 (300cc Class) – youth race

Age 12-15, 300 c max 4-stroke, 200 cc max 2 stroke.

Micro:

MXC1 (Senior) ATV – ages 4-8 – 50cc only – Dual A Arm

Trail Rider ATV -ages 4-8 -max 110cc 4 stroke or 90cc 2 stroke. Auto or CVT only. NO DRR/APEX/Cobra.

Junior ATV – ages 3-8 – 50cc only – single A Arm

NOTE- If you are age 7 or 8 and 20% faster than the rest of the racers in any two events you must move up to youth. We have a class there for you. Race will be 30 minutes.

UTV Rules

General Rules

  • The UTV race will be a one (1) hour race
  • UTV registration will be held race day CUT OFF 30 minutes prior to race
  • Drivers are responsible for the actions of their entire pit crew
  • AMA membership is not required
  • MidwestXC does not provide medical insurance for competitors, and we urge you not to compete without it. Medical insurance is the sole responsibility of the competitor.

Competitor Eligibility

Teams: Competitors will register as a Team. A Team consists of a driver and a passenger. Teams may only switch passengers from event to event, but not during an event. The registered driver at the beginning round shall be the only driver allowed behind the wheel for the season to earn points for the Team. Age: Driver 18+ Passenger 16+ with signed minor consent forms

Machine Eligibility and Classification

Pro – (Open cc), Single Driver Pro (0-1000cc), Heavy (900 + cc) Production models. Engine and suspension modifications permitted. Lite: (800 – cc) Production models. Single Driver Pro class may be a single seat or two-seat machine. NO TURBOS in Single driver class.

Equipment

  • Machine Width can be a maximum 64 inches.
  • The following equipment is required for all machines:
    • Four point harness restraints securely fastened on both occupants at all times
    • Full roll cages
    • Side-nets Need to be attached securely
    • Doors recommended
    • Silencer/Muffler
    • Fire Extinguisher clearly mounted and easily retrievable by officials/the public
    • Working Kill/Off Switch clearly marked and easily available for officials/the public to pull
  • The following gear is required for all competitors:
    • Helmets
    • Protective eyewear
    • Rear tail/brake lights must remain on at all times
  • The machine a team leaves the starting line on is the official machine of the team for that event, and may not be switched during the event.
  • Fuel can only be carried inside the machine’s fuel tank
  • No horns, bells or other sound devices are permitted on machines

Scoring

Bar code Scanning

Equipment Rules

All machines must have silencers. Officials may test machines any time prior to, during or after the event.

The machine a rider leaves the starting line on is the official machine of the rider for that event, and may not be switched during the event.  Anyone that switches machines or riders during the event will be disqualified.

Riders may not carry gasoline anywhere except inside the machine’s fuel tank.

All machines must have a working kill switch (bikes) or tether cord (ATV).

No horns, bells or other sound devices are permitted on machines.

Machine sound level cannot exceed 99 dbs.

General Event Rules

Registration & Entry Fees

Micro entries $20

Youth entries $25

Adult entries $35 Amateur/$70 Pro

SxS entries $60 Heavy & Lite/$100 Pro Classes

1. Riders must bring helmet to registration when registering. No helmet no registration.
2. Everyone must have a transponder for scoring which can be purchased at the registration trailer for $5.
3. Everyone must be registered at least 30 mins prior to their scheduled race start time.
4. Pre-registration is available online prior to the start of the race but will close at 6 PM the Thursday immediately before race weekend. Registration is available at the track, cash only.
5. Riders under the age of 18 must provide a photo I.D with proof of age upon request by an official, and be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at registration.
6. Riders must register for the race before riding their machine anywhere, may not exceed 1st gear idle when traveling to/from their pit area, and must always wear a helmet. Warm-up riding is limited to the start area and only after an official has given permission and the rider has registered for the event. NO Pit Riding will be allowed.
7. At registration, riders will be given a number label to be placed on left or right chin guards of helmet and a class color sticker to be placed on back of helmet. Transponder will be placed on bottom side of visor for scoring. Transponder cost is $5 for a new one.
8. A racer may register for more than one event per weekend, if it is not for like class. Example-1 bike race, 1 atv race, 1 sxs race per weekend is permitted. You may not run micro then youth, youth then adult same class type unless registering for the adult trail rider class.

Start Procedure

1. Riders shall line up on their assigned starting row on a first come basis when directed by the race official. No one is permitted on the starting line until authorized.
2.The Riders Meeting will be conducted on the starting line before the start of each race. All riders are responsible for attending.
3. All starts are dead engine with the exception of Micro.
4. The start procedure will be as follows: The blue flag will signal all riders to shut down their engines. 30 seconds later the Referee will extend his arm to signal “10 Seconds” before the start of the race. At the “10 Seconds” signal, all crew members must step behind the riders. Between 8 and 10 seconds, the green flag will be thrown, signaling the start of the race.
5. Riders starting their machines prior to the green flag signal, or taking off with the wrong row will be penalized.
6. Riders missing the start of their class must enter the race course at the starting line and complete the start chute.
7. ATV riders are required to start the event with their tether cord properly affixed and they will be checked at the starting line.
8. Push offs are prohibited from pitcrew members. Rider must take off on their own power unless machine fails to start then a push off to get machine fired up is allowed.
a. Jumping the start – if a rider jumps the start before flag is thrown they will be held 30 seconds the first time through the scoring point at finish line.
9. If there is a checkpoint on the course this is a no passing zone and rider must yell his number to checkpoint attendant.
10. Riders may not be serviced or pitted in the area between the Finish Line and the Finish Line Checkpoint, or in the area immediately after the Finish Line Checkpoint or Riders will be penalized.
11. Finish Line area is a no passing race/pass zone and will be marked. Racers that race/pass in this zone will be penalized.

Scoring

Transponder scanning is the official MidwestXC scoring procedure. You will be issued one when you register at the registration trailer for a fee of $5 and will be placed on the visor of your helmet and will be good for the year unless damaged or lost.

Track and Course

The Course

A MWXC course may include trails, footpaths, roads, hills, motocross tracks, or any type of terrain, which can be negotiated by a bike or ATV.

The course will be open to inspection on Friday after 5:00 p.m & Saturday evening directly after the completion of the UTV race. Participants are permitted to walk or bicycle the course only.

Marking, cutting, tampering with or otherwise changing the course in any manner is strictly prohibited. An official may only make course modifications.
Youth course is white background/blue arrow markers.
Micro course is white background/green arrow markers.
Adult course is white background/red arrow markers.
SxS course is pink background/black arrow markers.

No one, except officials and riders officially entered, may ride on the race course at any time during the event.

On Track Regulations

1. Riders must remain on the marked course. The marked course is within 25 feet of race arrows. However, riders must stay within the confines of the following markers: “double arrows” posted on both sides of the trail, ribbons, signs, stakes, hay bales, barrels, motocross track, grass track, etc. If caught a rider will be docked a minimum of 30 seconds per offense.
2. Riders encountering traffic jam or bottleneck may go more than 25 feet off the course to get around the bottleneck only. However, the rider must re-enter the course as soon as possible, and upon approaching this section the next lap, must ride the original arrowed section if the track is clear. If the original marking devices are knocked down, the rider must stay on the original marked course regardless. A “bottleneck” is a section of the track that becomes impassable for any reason, with the exception of checkpoints.
3. Riders may not cut to the inside of a white pole corner marker.
4. If a rider leaves the course for any reason he must re-enter where they left.
5. Riders may make repairs and otherwise receive mechanical assistance anywhere along the course from anyone. All such repairs and assistance must be made without causing interference with other riders and in a suitable area off the racetrack. Those assisting with such repairs are not allowed to ride any type equipment to reach the rider, they must walk to them to make such repairs.
6. Radios are permitted between pit crew members, but not with or between riders.  Riders with radios are subject to penalties.
7. Reckless riding. No rider may ride in such a manner as to endanger life or limb of other riders, officials or the public. Riders will be penalized for the reckless operation of their machine, including but not limited to the deliberate ramming, blocking or intentional contact with another rider, or for running into an official.
8. Any Midwest equipment damaged by a rider intentionally will be penalized.
9. No passing inside of the scoring finish area is allowed or rider will be penalized. This area will be posted NO PASSING.
10. Team Tactics are prohibited, and include but are not limited to: blocking, allowing another rider to pass in order to affect the outcome of the race, or exchanging machines in order for another rider to continue the race. Riders involved will be penalized.
11. Unsportsmanlike Conduct. Persons whose appearance, conduct, associations or affiliations, on or off the track, deemed not conducive to the best interest of this sport or who exhibit conduct which is inappropriate, offensive, abrasive or in bad taste, may be excluded or suspended from MidwestXC at the discretion of the Race Director.

Participants engaged in any event, public appearance, media activity or any other situation relating to their participation in the series must refrain from intentional physical contact with any participant, inappropriate or profane language, fraud, and unsportsmanlike behavior. At the sole discretion of MidwestXC, participants who exhibit behaviors deemed inappropriate or unsportsmanlike, prejudicial or detrimental to the best interests of the sport, or detract from the enjoyment, appreciation or interests of the fans, sponsors or other supporters of the sport, may be penalized by monetary fine, docking of championship points, or both. Such penalties are not subject to protest or appeal.

Race Finishes

1. The race officially ends for all contestants at the completion of the lap in which the checkered flag is displayed to the overall winner.
2. To be considered as having completed a lap, the rider and his machine must cross the plane of the checkered flag under the rider’s own unaided ability. Towing is not allowed. If a machine is towed in from the course, your race has ended. This rule does not apply to racers towed only a short distance by a MWXC staff member in order to dislodge the vehicle from a track obstacle (i.e., mud pit, deep rut, ravine, etc.).
3. Riders will be scored in order of finish and laps completed. It is not necessary to complete all laps in order to be scored.
4. Results: Racers have 40 minutes to finish the race after the overall winner takes the checkered flag.
5. A rider may question the results within the 30-minute period following posting of the final results. After 30 minutes, awards will be given out. Results are then FINAL so please review the results before leaving the event. Results are posted next to the Event T’s trailer where awards are handed out.
6. Awards are given at the rate of 1 per 3 riders, To win an award, a rider must complete one full lap. All Micro racers receive a plaque.

Podium: Burnouts on the podium and jumping your machine off the podium are prohibited. Violation of this provision will result in a penalty, including but not limited to fine and/or disqualification.

Impound: After the race, the top three overall riders, as well as any other rider requested by an official to do so, must leave their machines at a designated impound area until released by the official.

Protests $25 up front and must be in writing within 30 minutes after race ends. Engine Protests $250.00 up front and must be in writing within 30 minutes after race ends. $50 of the engine protests fee will be held by MWXC and paid to the mechanic to cover the tear down.

Penalties will be assessed at the discretion of the official based on the severity of the offense, and may include one or more of the following: position(s), lap(s), time adjustment, disqualification, suspension, loss of championship points, fine, probation.

PAYOUTS (to qualify for payouts you must be entered in one of the classes listed below)

Pro Bike – 5-9 racer entries – 1st place $750, 2nd place $400, 3rd place $150.

10 or more racer entries – 1st place $750, 2nd place $400, 3rd place $150, 4th place $100, 5th place $70.

Pro ATV – 5-9 racer entries – 1st place $750, 2nd place $400, 3rd place $150.

10 or more racer entries – 1st place $750, 2nd place $400, 3rd place $150, 4th place $100, 5th place $70.

Pro 4×4 Open Class – 4 entries or less 1st place $100, 2nd place $50 – 5 or more entries – 1st place $150, 2nd place $75, 3rd place $50

Pro UTV class – 1st place $750, 2nd place $500, 3rd place $250

Class Championships

Class Championships will be determined with rider’s best finishes in 10 events for youth and adult, 9 events for micro and 7 events for SxS. You will need to participate in 9 of 12 events for youth and adult, and 8 of 11 events for peewee and 6 of 9 for sxs to qualify for year end series awards and class ranking. The entries do not have to be in the same class but must be in same classification (bike, quad, sxs) and age grouping (micro, youth, adult, utv). However, must have at least 6 entries in a class to qualify for ranking in that class.

You will not be allowed to participate in AM and PM races (unless racing in PM trail rider class) for adults within the same classification (bike, quad). You may race Pro ATV or Bike and still participate in the SxS race. Points will be earned in each class per event as follows:

  • 1: 25 points
  • 2: 22 points
  • 3:  20 points
  • 4: 19 points
  • 5: 18 points
  • 6: 17 points
  • 7: 16 points
  • 8: 15 points
  • 9: 14 points
  • 10: 13 points
  • 11: 12 points
  • 12: 11 points
  • 13:  10 points
  • 14: 9 points
  • 15: 8 points
  • 16:  7 points
  • 17:  6 points
  • 18: 5 points
  • 19: 4 points
  • 20: 3 points
  • 21: 2 points
  • 22 & down: 1 point, DNF’s will also receive 1 point

Ties: Ties for the class championship will be broken by the most first place finishes, then by the best finish in the final race of the season if necessary. Ties for other amateur class positions will be broken by the best finish in the final race of the season.

Overall Finishes

The electronic scoring system provides a complete overall race finish for each event. Points will be accumulated for National Number assignment and can be viewed as a gage toward overall ranking for the year. Overall Numbers will be assigned based on overall finishes in each of the individual overalls. Overalls do not combine! (micro, youth, adult am, adult pm, sxs are all separate overalls) To qualify for year end you must meet the following requirements within one overall grouping. To qualify for year end 2019 overall awards you must run 9 of 12 rounds for Youth and adult with all 12 rounds counting if you have perfect attendance, and 8 of 11 rounds for Micro with all 11 rounds counting if you have perfect attendance and 6 of 9 rounds for UTV with all 9 rounds counting if you have perfect attendance. Adult Trailrider classes and Ace Sxs Class will not be eligible for overall awards.

Final Overall Numbers: at end of year we will release overall earned numbers based on the above ruling for overall finishes, your earned number may be reserved at that time or you may reserve a higher number if the number requested is higher than the highest number earned on the earned numbers list released. (For example, you earn 23 but want 223. There is only 78 earned overall numbers so you could decline your earned 23 and request 223. After all earned overall number competitors have had a chance to review their decision we will then open up all available numbers and they will be handed out on a first request first reserved basis) You must have raced at least 6 races in the previous season to be eligible to reserve your number.

Overall Numbers will be figured on the following scale: 1st Place 300 points, 2nd Place 299 points, 3rd Place 298 Points, and continuing to decrease 1 point for each lesser position.