FPMX race rules:
We do not differentiate between two stroke and four stroke unless specified in the race title. Example: Two Stroke Only Class.
We do not differentiate between engine size unless specified in the race title. Example: 125cc.
Riders can race down in age but must remain in the same skill level. Example 50-59 Expert can race 40-49 Expert but not 40-49 Intermediate.
FirePoliceMX classes are for firefighters, law enforcement, active military, retired military with 20 years or more and EMS employees.
Others are case by case depending on their job in public service.
Support Classes are open to anyone not fitting into a FirePoliceMX class and will be scored separately.
Dual Sport Class: Street legal motorcycles with functioning headlight, brake light, turn signals, horn and license plate.
2023 - To win a National Championship you must start at least 3 of the 5 motos in your class. Only the rider with the most points can win a championship. If someone scores the most points in a class but didn't start 3 of the 5 motos there will be no championship awarded in that class.
The Grand National Champion will be awarded to the rider who wins the Open Expert class.
In case of a tie for a championship the tie breaker is as follows:
Number of moto wins
Number of moto 2nd place
Number of moto 3rd place
and so on until there’s a difference. If the tie continues the final tie breaker will be the better finish in the last moto of the season that the tied rider or riders raced.
GP Team Race Rules:
1 hour 55 minutes in duration.
Two or three riders per team.
One to three bikes per team.
All bikes must have the same number on the number plates.
Rider exchange will take place in a specified area.
No rider will do more than one lap in a row.
The team armband shall go with the team rider on every lap.
The arm band exchange will be between the rider coming off the track and the rider about to ride. No exceptions.
The highest ability of the any rider on the team will determine the teams class. (Nov/beg/beg = Novice)