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Memorial Day 2018

We would like to give thanks to all who sacrificed their lives for our freedom in this country and for our veterans all around the world fighting for the freedom of others.  Freedom sure isn’t free and that is something we should never forget!

God Bless the USA.

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ROUND 5 – ACE MX @THE WICK 338 – MAY 27, 2018 – DOUBLE POINTS

ACE Motocross, a club of motocross enthusiasts with years of MSC Motocross history, continues its legacy by partnering with another legondary MX Track, THE WICK 338 for Round 5 of the MSC Championship Series.  This event will offer DOUBLE POINTS for all MSC Members who race AND offer Manufacturer Contingency from HONDA, KAWASAKI, & YAMAHA.  Fly Bucks and DP Brakes Series Contingency is also available.   Come race the same track the Professionals will race only 1 month from now!  Don’t miss out on the Sands of Southwick.

Trackside Vending from Performance Rec and Valley Moto Shop.

Pictures taken from Vintage 54!

Available Manufacturer Contingency

ROUND 4 – CLAVERACK MX – MAY 20, 2018 – DOUBLE POINTS

Race Contingency available at Claverack listed above.

Claverack MX May 20th Schedule of Events

Race Report Round 3

Racing at the Orange County Fair Motocross last weekend proved to be challenging.  Mother nature watered the track with over 1 1/2″ of rain Saturday evening.  By the 2nd Motos, the track came around with moist lines, tacky dirt, and racers chasing points for the MSC Championship in their respective class.

Plus 25 B Gate Drop

Photo courtesy of John Kocijanski

Race Results can be found at Xtreme Racing Network.

 

Vet Riders in the Plus 50 Class had to step up their game with former Professional MX/SX racer Kurt McMillen Rider #28 showed up in winning form.  William Sargent #961 & Ray Micucci #101 placed second and third.

Race Results :: Plus 50
RIDER NAMERIDER #MAKEMOTO 1MOTO 2OVERALLPOINTS
KURT MCMILLEN28HON11150
WILLIAM SARGENT961YAM22244
RAYMOND MICUCCI101YAM33340

Rippin’ Griffyn Alfalla #721 took the overall by winning both motos in the PeeWee 7-8 class.  Troy Kline #547 finished 2nd and Kristian Nyman finished 3rd.

Race Results :: PeeWee 7-8
RIDER NAMERIDER #MAKEMOTO 1MOTO 2OVERALLPOINTS
GRIFFYN ALFALLA721COB11150
TROY KLINE547COB22244
KRISTIAN NYMAN13xCOB53336

 

** Attention Riders **

Please make sure you number your bike clearly, so a scorer can read your number at speed from a distance.  Also it is highly recommended to display your number on the back of your jersey or chest protector and helmet.  Scoring can be very difficult on a clear day, let alone a muddy day. 

Please go to the Rider’s Meeting at each race. Even if you have been to it before, procedures may have changed, and attending the meeting will allow you to understand and ask questions regarding the up coming race.  These meetings are mandatory for all racers and MSC will be checking attendance.  We do this for your safety and the safety of our officials, staff, and spectators. 

Thank you.

ROUND 2 RACE REPORT

After such a cold winter and first round, it was nice to have such a beautiful weekend given to us by Mother Nature!  Riders from all over the Northeast made the trek to Hudson, NY for the “Claverack National”. 

Novice classes were stacked with qualifiers in both 250 and Open C. 

The 250 C win went to Ian Kearon #517 out of Denville, NJ !

PeeWee 7-8 was packed with talent and the #547 Cobra Rider Troy Klein picked up the win with a 1-1! 

Women’s Class Rider Amberly Goyette #826 from Southwick, MA also went 1-1 against 13 of the fastest women in Northeast Motocross on her tail.

Many great battles took place, more war stories from years past were told, and at the end of the long day, the Claverack National was completed for the 2018 season.

 

PeeWee 7-8 Rider Karlie Hunt #66

Expert Rider #200 Pat Mahan

Metropolitan Sports Committee, the Motocross Powerhouse of the Northeast, has entered its 59th season sanctioning motocross racing. Becoming a member allows riders to be a part of a legacy of riders from over 11 States. Many professional racers got their start right here with MSC.

Next Event: April 29th, 2018 @ Orange County Fair Motocross

OEM Contingency offered at the April 29th, 2018 event.

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ROUND 3 – ORANGE COUNTY FAIR MX – APRIL 29TH, 2018 – HONDA/KAWASAKI/FLY/DP BRAKES CONTINGENCY

HONDA
RED RIDERS

HONDA CONTINGENCY AVAILABLE AT THIS RACE EVENT

KAWASAKI
TEAM GREEN

KAWASAKI TEAM GREEN CONTINGENCY AVAILABLE AT THIS RACE EVENT

FLY RACING
CONTINGENCY

FLY RACING CONTINGENCY PROGRAM AVAILABLE AT THIS EVENT

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DP BRAKES CONTINGENCY AVAILABLE AT THIS EVENT

FOR EVERYONE ONE WHO BEARED THE COLD WEATHER OF OUR FIRST EVENT, WE THANK YOU.  This weekend, April 28th and 29th, it will be much better!!!  Finally the warm weather is here, and here to stay.  Wednesday and Saturday Practice and Sunday MSC Championship Motocross Racing with Honda, Kawasaki, Fly Racing & DP Brakes Contingency.  HUGE TROPHIES and of course MSC tracks offer the BEST EXPERT PAYOUT in the Northeast PERIOD!

Rider Video showing the Orange County Fair Motocross track layout.

MSC’s 250 Expert Champion, Professional MX Racer, and Teacher to many MSC Riders, Aaron Lampi #813

Staying at OCFMX on Saturday Night?  Here is a glimps of Saturday Night action full of race fumes and horsepower!

Tentative Race Order

Round 1 Race Report

Racing got underway at Orange County Fair Motocross on April 15th, 2018 for Round 1 of the MSC Championship Motocross Series presented by Honda. 

The temperature all day never got above 37F Degrees, but that didn’t stop MSC’s hard core riders from braving the brisk air and banging bars forthe top spot on the podium. 

Some top news from this event, MSC’s rider rep Walt Decker earned the top spot in the Plus 40C class for the first time ever.  Congratulations Walt!  To celebrate his win, his son Jack also won his class abord the #44 Kawasaki Sponsored by Big Boyz Toys Kawasaki.

Photos provided by MX124 Photography

Amateur riders Jack Brining #827 battled hard with newly turned Amatuer rider Robert Everhart #270 for the top spot in 250B.  Aaron Lampi had a fight on his hands early in both Open A motos with Alex Lewis #31.  At one point, Alex made a move passing Lampi briefly over the finishline on lap one, but Lampi #813 wicked up the throttle and pulled away for the remainder of both motos. 

Plus 50 riders and Ace MX Club Officers Mike Hoensch #58, Rob Angot #665, and Long Time MSC Rider Tom Hall #51 got tangled up resulting in a 30 minute delay.  All riders were able to get off the track with Hoensch sustaining a few injuries.  In good spirits Hoensch is on the mend and will return to racing as soon as he can.  For now, he will help his son Benny #51 stay fast in PeeWee 7-8 and PeeWee Open. We wish Mike and all our riders who crashed this weekend a speedy recovery.

Next Event : April 22nd, 2018 at Claverack MX

Racer Contigency available at Claverack

Metropolitan Sports Committee, the Motocross Powerhouse of the Northeast, has entered its 59th season sanctioning motocross racing.  Becoming a member allows riders to be a part of a legacy of riders from over 11 States.  Many professional racers got their start right here with MSC. 

Countdown to the Claverack National

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ROUND 2 – CLAVERACK MX – SUNDAY APRIL 22, 2018 – HONDA/YAMAHA/FLY/DP BRAKES

The race season has started with Round 1 in the books, the Metropolitan Sports Committee heads due North to Claverack Motocross in Columbia County.  Rain that we will get early this week will provide such a great base of moisture in the loamy Claverack ground for our riders to tear into this coming sunny weekend.

Order of Events
MSC Race Contingencies are

 

 

Over 40 years of Motocross Racing at “The Rack” this weekend!

The Claverack National April 22, 2018

CLAVERACK WEBSITE

CLAVERACK FACEBOOK

 

ROUND 1 – OCFMX – APRIL 15, 2018 – HONDA/FLY/DP/ROCKYMOUNTAIN MC

The season is finally here!!!  What a long, cold winter we had.  For those who enjoyed winter sports, you had a great season over the 2017-2018 Winter Months!  For those who don’t enjoy winter so much, THANK GOD ITS OVER! 

In 2018 the MSC will enjoy a full season of racing at 4 tracks, Ace MX at The Wick 338, Claverack MX, Diamondback MX, and this weekends track, Orange County Fair MX.  Contingency programs from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Fly Racing, DP Brakes, and Rocky Mountain MC.

The 2018 season will kick off at the Orange County Fair Motocross in Middletown, NY.  

Open Practice will take place from 2PM to 7PM on Wednesday, April 11th, and from 9AM to 2PM on Saturday April 14th.

Sunday gates and signup open at 7AM.  Admission is $15.00 and Class Entry is $30.00 each.

 

2018 New Race Classes

This season, we have added two new race classes to our Championship Series.  

  1. 250 Two Stroke Only – All Races
  2. Y2K – Year 2000 Class – All Claverack, All Ace/TheWick338, Double Points/Three Moto Format DBMX/OCFMX

Given the popularity and the lower cost of purchasing and maintaining the 250 Two Strokes, we added a 250 Two Stroke Only Class.  When signing up, please remember to write, “250 Two Stroke Only” in the class slot.  If you write “250”, you could be entered into the wrong class.  Please remember this on race day at signup.  Of course we will have a sign there and the announcer talking about this, but this message will serve as a notice.

To go along with cost effective racing, the Y2K (Year 2000 Class) be one of the least expensive classes a rider can run and be competitive.  You can use any bike from 125cc two stroke/250cc four stroke and larger and must be at least 12 years old or older. 

We at MSC realize the cost of racing continues to rise with no end in sight and we felt these classes offer anyone a great opportunity to pick up a used bike at a substantial discount compared to buying new and have fun racing competitively. 

For the 2018 Class List CLICK HERE

 

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