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Championship Points for Orange County MX 6-5-16

Keep track of Advancement Points HereAdvancement Points 2016

2016 Youth Points

2016 2StrokeSchoolboy Collegeboy Women

2016 PLUS 50 VINTAGE

2016 Novice Points

2016 Amateur Points

2016 Expert Points

Background checks are happening now – if you do not have the required MSC colors and do not run your assigned MSC number you do not receive your Championship Points.

Championship Points for Echo Valley 5-22-16

Background Color check begins this weekend at Twister! Anyone not running the correct background color will no longer receive Championship Points. * Duck tape is not going to be accepted *

2016 Youth Points

2016 2StrokeSchoolboy Collegeboy Women

2016 PLUS 50 VINTAGE

2016 Novice Points

2016 Amateur Points

2016 Expert Points

 

Championship Points for Claverack MX 5/15/16

Background color check begins on 5-29-16 @ Twister. 

Just a reminder of the proper colors needed in order to receive points:

ExpertWhite with black numbers (Black with white numbers is allowed only for Pro Am riders)

AmateurYellow with Black numbers

NoviceBlack with white numbers

WomenRed with white or black numbers (Blue only accepted for Pro Am riders)

Pee Wee 50cc classesWhite with Black numbers only

Youth 65cc/85cc Mini classesYellow with Black numbers only

You must always use your assigned MSC number in order to receive points (even on borrowed bikes!)

2016 PLUS 50 VINTAGE

2016 2StrokeSchoolboy Collegeboy Women

2016 Youth Points

2016 Novice Points

2016 Amateur Points

2016 Expert Points

Check your Advancement Point status here: Advancement Points 2016

 

 

Championship Points for Claverack MX 4-17-16

The points are finally done!  Anyone who joined this weekend should look for their card in the mail.

Remember you must always run your own MSC number in order to get points. If borrowing a bike for the day – put your assigned number on it – Front and Side so you are scored correctly.

You must run the same bike in both motos! It is not legal to run a different bike in moto 2 than you ran in moto 1!!

Always check the results board to make sure you are listed in the right class in the morning and then that you were scored right after each moto! It is the riders responsibility to do this! You have 30 minutes after your moto to make sure things are right!

Background color check will begin Memorial Day.

2016 Expert Points

2016 Amateur Points

2016 Novice Points

2016 2StrokeSchoolboy Collegeboy Women

2016 PLUS 50 VINTAGE

2016 Youth Points

ADVANCEMENT POINTS :Advancement Points 2016

2016 Championship Points Echo Valley MX 4-10-16

2016 Youth Points

2016 2StrokeSchoolboy Collegeboy Women

2016 PLUS 50 VINTAGE

2016 Novice Points

2016 Amateur Points

2016 Expert Points

These are the Championship Points from our first race at Echo Valley MX on 4-10-16. Everyone will receive points as long as you are running your correct MSC assigned number!

Background color check will begin Memorial Day Weekend at Twister Valley MX. This should give everyone enough time to get the correct background colors  on all 3 sides of your bike!

Here is the list of Advancement Points Advancement Points 2016

Anyone who joined the MSC  at Echo, can stop by on Sunday at Claverack to pick up your card. I did not have time to get them out in the mail.               – Amy

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MC PROGRAM

MSC MEMBERS:  Those riders who signed up with MSC for 2016 will be receiving a $10 gift card from Rocky Mountain MC.  As riders sign up, we will update Rocky Mountain MC and that rider will receive the gift card in the mail.  All MSC Member riders who race MSC events this season will receive a $10 gift card from Rocky Mountain MC per event.  This program can get a rider a total of $270 in Rocky Mountain MC gift cards if all events are attended.

MSC will send the lists to Rocky Mountain MC, at that point, it is Rocky Mountain MC’s responsibility to send out the gift cards.

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2016 Racing Season is upon us!!! Round 1, April 3rd, 2016 at OCFMX

MSC-Logo-2013wideThe 2016 race season here at the Metropolitan Sports Committee is almost upon here.  In 2 weeks, Orange County Fair MX will be dropping the gates and racing will be underway.  This season brings back some great rider programs that some partake in such as the Manufacturer Contingencies provided to MSC Riders from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.  We also enjoy the Fly Racing Rewards Program which has tremendous success here at MSC.  DP Brakes also contributes each year to participating riders.

NEW ADDITIONS are the Rocky Mountain MC RaceGas program, which gives all 2016 members who sign up with MSC at $10 gift card from Rocky Mountain MC and also for every race attended, MSC Members enjoy another $10 gift card from Rocky Mountain MC.

Also for 2016, Tucker Rocky has stepped up to the plate with a Answer and Pro Taper Rewards program exclusive to MSC Members.  More details on this program in the next few days.

Ride with the largest motocross race series in the northeast.  Ride with MSC Motocross.

2016 RACE SCHEDULE

Rider Contingency

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MSC Social Media Policy

Section 14: Social Media Policy:

In the rapidly expanding world of electronic communication, social media can mean many things. Social media includes all means of communicating or posting information or content of any sort on the Internet, including to your own/or someone else’s web blog, journal or diary, personal web site, social networking or affinity website, web bulletin board or a chat room, whether or not associated or affiliated with METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE, as well as any other form of electronic communication. The most common forms of social media are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

 

Even though these forums may seem informal, as a Competitor or Official of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE you are still expected to act professionally at all times. For that reason, the same principles and guidelines found in the 2016 Official Series Guide Book (“Rule Book”) apply to your activities online. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for what is posted online. Before creating online content yourself and/or allowing others the ability to post online content for you, consider some of the risks and rewards that are involved. Be aware that actions deemed financially harmful to Metropolitan Sports Committee, there tracks, riders, officials or others may cause person who posted harmful content to be liable either financially, criminally or both. Keep in mind that any of your conduct that adversely affects METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE, other Members, or others may result in disciplinary action up to and including suspension.

 

Know if this policy applies to me:

This policy applies to METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Competitors and Officials. A Competitor is a Rider, Entrant, crew member, Manufacturer or any other individual or entity who is a Member and participates competitively in an Event. An Official is any and all authorized METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE officers, employees, agents, representatives, and subcontractors. METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE reserves the right to apply the policy to other Members as it deems appropriate. In such case, METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE will provide such New and Existing Members access to the policy via METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE’s website: www.mscmotocross.com/

 

Know and follow the rules. Carefully read these guidelines, as well as the Rule Book, and ensure your postings are consistent with these policies. Inappropriate postings that may include discriminatory remarks, harassment, and threats of violence or similar inappropriate or unlawful conduct will not be tolerated and may subject you to disciplinary action up to and including suspension. Be respectful. Always be fair and courteous to others. Also, keep in mind that you are more likely to resolve complaints by speaking directly with others than by posting complaints to a social media outlet. Nevertheless, if you decide to post complaints or criticism, avoid using statements, photographs, video or audio that reasonably could be viewed as malicious, obscene, threatening or intimidating, that disparage others or that might constitute harassment or bullying.

 

Examples of such conduct might include offensive posts meant to intentionally harm someone’s reputation or posts that could contribute to a hostile environment on the basis of race, sex, disability, religion or any other status protected by law, rule or policy. Be honest and accurate Make sure you are always honest and accurate when posting information or news, and if you make a mistake, correct it quickly. Be open about any previous posts you have altered. Remember that the Internet archives almost everything; therefore, even deleted postings can be searched.

 

Posts are “on the record” and available to the media, public, sponsors, and other business partners and subject to discovery in litigation matters. Never post any rumors, speculation or information about METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE or others until an official announcement, release or other post by official social media accounts has been made to the public and media. Post only appropriate and respectful content. Maintain the confidentiality of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE and other Members’ trade secrets and private or confidential information.

 

Trades secrets may include information regarding the development of systems, processes, products, know-how and technology. Do not post internal reports, policies, procedures or other internal business-related confidential communications. Do not create a link from your blog, website or other social networking site to an METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE or fellow Member’s website without identifying yourself as an METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Competitor or Official.

 

Express only your personal opinions. Never represent yourself as a spokesperson for METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE or a fellow Member. Never use any others logos, trademarks or copyrighted materials without consent. If METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE is a subject of the content you are creating, be clear and open about the fact that you are a Member and make it clear that your views do not represent those of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE or fellow Members. If you do publish a blog or post online related to the work you do or subjects associated with METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE, make it clear that you are not speaking on behalf of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE. It is best to include a disclaimer such as “The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE.”

 

When an incident occurs, information concerning the incident becomes extremely sensitive. Members may not use social media to comment on the identities, condition or other medical information of the Riders, crew members, other Members or others involved in the incident prior to an official update from METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Communications. In addition, during any time of emergency at the racetrack, do not post on any information to social media account(s) until the situation has been resolved and an official update has been made by METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Communications. The official social media channels of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE (listed below) will only comment on such subjects after word from METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Communications. Retaliation is prohibited. METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE prohibits taking negative action against any Member or other for reporting a possible deviation from this policy or for cooperating in an investigation. Any Member who retaliates against another Member or other for reporting a possible deviation from this policy or for cooperating in an investigation will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including indefinite suspension.

Media contacts

 

Members should not speak to the media on the company’s behalf without contacting the METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE Communications department. All media inquiries should be directed to it. The official social media accounts of METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE are the @MSCMotocross Twitter, and MSC MX Series Facebook. Official news should begin on these accounts.

 

Policy Modifications

 

METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE reserves the right to modify this policy as it deems appropriate in its discretion.

 

For more information

 

If you have questions or need further guidance, please contact James Slaughter, Chairman, at chairman@mscmotocross.com

 

Of course, nothing in these social media policy is meant to discourage Members from exercising their rights to use social media. Social media plays an integral role in reaching out to and growing our fan base. It is a way to give fans direct interaction with METROPOLITAN SPORTS COMMITTEE, riders, teams, tracks,and sponsors. This policy, if used correctly, will only enhance and brighten this experience for all parties involved.

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