August 19th, 2018 – Spring Creek Motocross Park – Millville, MN
September 9th, 2018 – Echo Valley Motocross – Brookston, MN
September 30th, 2018 – Cambridge MX – Cambridge, MN
Online registration will be available closer to event dates.
These three (3) races in the D 23 Motocross Championship Series are single race dates that consist of one (1) day of racing with a two (2) moto format.
The race counts as one (1) race and the difference is the racer will be awarded points based on the finish in EACH moto. This makes these three (3) races extremely important for racers seeking a class title. There is a maximum of 50 points available at each one of these races. The AMA point schedule will be used.
There is one track from the northern part of the state, one from the central part of the state, and one from the southern part of the state. This will bring class leaders together for these three races in head to head competition. It will be very hard to win a class without attending these three (3) races with the extra points being awarded due to per moto scoring.
Even if a racer has 10 races in he/she should plan on attending these three (3) races to secure his/her place in the points standings. Throw outs will work as they always have in the past. D23 will count your highest 10 races and any above that will be considered throw outs.
Why the change? For many years our membership has been asking for a method to determine a true champion. D23 has tried different ideas over the years that have not been successful. This is the best system D 23 have come up with to date.
If you are working to win your class or even place at the top you need to make it to these three (3) races.
These races are designed to be special events with bigger trophies, entertainment in the evening and other features. Each racer will get one (1) mechanic’s pass and that is the only person allowed in the designated mechanic’s area for each racer. D23 hopes to see all of our racers there for these special events. These races will rotate tracks each year. We welcome input after these inaugural events and will be evaluating the effectiveness of the format.