Rider Info

Tracks

There are two tracks available to ride and race on.  A 50cc mini track designed for 50cc/65cc mini riders and a full size outdoor motocross style track. 

Classes Structure

Classes

  • Beginner Open 
    • A beginner is typically someone who has good control of the basic operations of the bike such as braking, turning and acceleration but has limited experience racing on a motocross track.  Beginners typically do not execute the majority of obstacles.  A rider would typically never spend more than one season in their class.
  • Junior MX1 and MX2
    • Junior riders have mastered the basic operations of the bike and are starting to gain experience in increasing speed over most obstacles on the track.  Junior riders can take one to several years before having the speed to move to intermediate.  
  • IIntermediate  MX1 and MX2
    • Intermediate riders are typically faster than juniors but are not the fastest guys on the track.  This is a stepping stone between Junior and Pro.  The MDRA does not currently run a Pro Class.
  • Vet Junior Open
    • Over 30 years old.  Junior riders can race this class.
  • Vet Master Open
    • Over 30 years old.   Riders from Intermediate and Pro can race this class.
  • 50cc
    • 4-8 year of age.
  • 65cc
    • 7-11 years of age.
  • 85cc
    • 7-16 years of age.

* Class structure may be modified based on number of entries at each event. 


Bike Size Limits

  • 50cc - max 50cc 2 stroke / max 73cc four stroke 
  • 65cc - 60cc to 65cc 2 stroke / max 110cc four stroke
  • 85cc - 80cc-85cc 2 stroke / 100cc to 150cc four stroke
  • MX2 - 100cc to 250cc 2 stroke / 100cc to 250cc four stroke
  • MX1 - 154cc to 285cc 2 stroke / 251cc to 450cc four stroke
  • Open Class bike size limited to 100cc-500cc 2 stroke / 250cc-525cc four stroke.

Race Format

The MDRA will host 9 Races in 2019.  3 Wednesday Night Summer Series races and 6 Sunday Full Format races.  


Sunday Full Format:

  • Registration starts at 9:20
  • Practice at 9:40
  • Races start at 10:00

Race Order:

  • Moto 1 - MX1 Jr / MX2 Int 
  • Moto 2 - Beginner Open
  • Moto 3 - MX2 Jr / Vet Master
  • Moto 4 - 65cc / 85cc 
  • Moto 5 - Vet Jr / Mx1 Int
  • Moto 6 - 50cc (50 track.  50s will be first Moto after break)
  • Break 20 min

* Schedule will be run twice (2 Moto format).  

* Modified schedule may be run based on number of entries.   Moto Length:

  • Beginner / Junior - 10 Min + a lap
  • Vet - 12 min + a lap
  • Intermediate - 14 Min + a lap
  • 65 / 85 - 4 laps
  • 50cc 8 laps (50 track)


Wednesday Night Summer Series:

  • Registration 5:00-5:30pm
  • Practice at 5:30-6:00pm
  • Races start at 6:30pm

Race Schedule:

  • Moto 1 - Vet Jr / Vet Master
  • Moto 2 - 65 / 85
  • Moto 3 - MX 1 Jr, MX 2 Jr / Mx1 Int, MX2
  • Moto 4 - Beginner
  • Moto 5 - 50cc (50 track.  50s will be first Moto after break)
  • Break 10 min

*  Schedule will be run twice (2 Moto format).  

Race / Season Points System

The MDRA will run a two Moto format.  Points are awarded each Moto and combined to determine the overall race winner for the day.  


1st      25                     11th    10

2nd    22                      12th    9  

3rd     20                      13th    8

4th     18                      14th    7

5th     16                      15th    6 

6th     15                      16th    5

7th     14                      17th    4

8th     13                      18th    3

9th     12                      19th    2

10th  11                      20th    1


In the event of a tie in points the rider who finished better in the 2nd Moto will be awarded the overall.


Season Championships will be awarded as follows:

  • Beginner Open - 1st through 3rd
  • Junior Open - 1st through 3rd
  •  Vet Jr Open - 1st through 3rd
  • Vet Master Open - 1st through 3rd
  • MX1 Intermediet - 1st through 3rd
  • MX2 Intermediet - 1st through 3rd
  • 50cc - 1st through 5th
  • 65cc - 1st though 5th
  • 85cc - 1st though 5th


At the end of the season the MDRA will remove one, lowest scored, round from each racer to level the field as the majority of racers can not and do not make every round.  


Awards will be handed out at the year awards banquet on Oct 24, 2019.  Location and times TBD.