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ROUND 15 – DIAMONDBACK MX – DEALER SHOOTOUT WEEKEND – SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2023 – GasGas, Honda, Husky, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki, Yamaha Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

September 3rd, 2023 Round 15 is Diamondback Dealer Shootout Weekend at Diamondback MX.

Friday, September 1st gates open at 12 Noon until 10PM

Saturday, September 2nd, there will be an Open Practice from 9AM to 3PM, early rider signup from 11AM to 2PM, then the Dealer Shootout starts at 3pm Sharp. 

Sunday, September 3rd, Round 15 of the AMA District 34, Metropolitan Sports Committee’s Championship Motocross Series gets underway. Points are still up for grabs so don’t miss your chance to stand on the stage this February!

School starts next week so don’t miss out on our limited supply of Sweatshirts and T Shirts including the Diamondback Wakeup Call T Shirt!

SATURDAY

  • GATES OPEN 7AM
  • PRACTICE 9AM-3PM
  • SUNDAY PRE-REG 11AM-2PM
  • DBMX DEALER SHOOTOUT 3PM

SUNDAY

  • GATES OPEN 7AM
  • REGISTRATION 7-9AM
  • PRACTICE 9AM SHARP
  • RIDERS MEETING 10AM
  • RACING 10:15AM
  • 250 A 11AM & 1PM
  • OPEN A 12PM & 2PM

PRICING

  • WEEKEND ENTRY – $20 All Riders; Non-Riders 10 & Older
  • PEEWEE 50CC CLASSES – $30 Each
  • ALL OTHER CLASSES – $40 EACH
  • TRANSPONDERS – $10 EACH

Diamondback MX AMA Payout

ROUND 14 – WALDEN MX – AUGUST 27TH, 2023 – DOUBLE POINTS – GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

The MSC Championship Motocross Series heads over to the Walden Playboys MC for the Summer Slam Double Points race on Sunday, August 27th!

Contingency this season is the largest in the history of the MSC Championship MX Series.  With over $900,000 up for grabs from the manufacturers, now is the time and MSC is the place.

 

Pricing

Weekend Entry – $20

Open Practice – $40/Rider

Race Class – $40 Each

Friday

Gates Open 5PM to 11PM

Saturday

Gates Open 7AM to 11PM

Practice starts at 9AM

Race Signup – 1-4PM

Sunday

Gates Open 7AM

Race Signup – 7-9AM

Race Practice – 9AM

Please make sure you give rider registration the email you use for contingency registration.

ROUND 13 – ORANGE COUNTY FAIR MX – AUGUST 20TH, 2023 – DOUBLE POINTS – GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM, Yamaha Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

Orange County Fair Motocross is hosting Round 13 of the MSC Championship Motocross Series on Sunday, August 20th.  Contingency Programs for this event are GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM, & Yamaha, also Rocky Mountain Race Gas Gift Cards!  Large Trophies and Huge Expert Purse make racing at OCFMX even more exciting!

Friday

  • Gates Open Noon to  11PM

Give your email at Rider Registration to receive Gift Cert!

Saturday

  • Saturday Gates open at 7am
  • Practice 9:30am-2:30pm
  • Early Race Signup from 2:30pm to 5PM

Sunday

  • Sunday gates open 7am
  • Practice starts at 9am
  • Racing starts at the end of Practice
Admission is required for the weekend.
  • Admission $20
  • Practice fee $40
  • Gate fee per class $40

Event Contingency

ROUND 12 – ACE MX @ THE WICK 338 – JULY 30, 2023 – GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM, Suzuki Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

Metropolitan Sports Committee is headed due east for Southwick, MA with the ACE MX Club for Round 12 of the MSC Championship MX Series.  This unique venue, THE WICK 338, hosted AMA Pro Nationals back on July 8th, so our riders get a change to race in the same track the pros race on.  

Ace Motocross Club will be hosting this event at The Wick 338.  Ace has been a long standing MSC Member for over 50 years.  We thank their entire club for continuing to host events with the MSC.

This weekends race will have OEM contingency from Gasgas, Honda, Husky, KTM,  and Suzuki plus Rocky Mountain MC $10 Gift Certs for all racers.  Make sure you give your proper email at rider registration to ensure contingency programs and Rocky Mountain receive your data.

See below the notice from The Wick 338.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL PARENTS OF MINORS

Effective immediately per order of our insurance company, any minor riding an open practice, taking a motocross class or racing at The Wick 338 must have the Minor Release signed and notarized by both parents! We know this is a huge inconvenience and we wish we didn’t have to enforce it but our hands are tied, we have no choice.

If both parents are present at the track they may sign THE FORM in the presence of a track official who will have to check IDs.

If one parent will not be able to make it to the track they must sign and have the form notarized and then the other parent can bring it with them to the track where they can sign it in front of a track official who will have to check an ID.

There is a box to initial for sole guardians

When filling out the Minor Release enter a date range of March 27 until December 5th to be covered for the year. All parents who bring a release dated that way will be given a card stating that they have a release on file and will not have to bring a new one at every event.
We are sorry to have to do this and we thank you so much for your cooperation.

This DOES NOT eliminate the need for at least one of the parents or guardians to be present at sign up for the minor.

If your child will be attending and riding at an open practice, a motocross school or racing at The Wick 338 both parents must sign and have notarized the Guardian Form appointing a legal (over 18) guardian for the day.

All riders, please bring your cards to sign-up

Please bring your MSC card, your ID and your insurance card with you to sign-up. We hate to be requiring all this but the insurance companies are getting stricter and stricter with their rules, sorry for the hassle and thank you for understanding and helping out.

THE WICK 338 2023 TRACK RULES

Based on recent Insurance Directives, as well as Local and State Ordinance

NO OPEN FIRES – MEANING – Any flame must be contained within a self-contained, portable unit.

TRASH – Either take it home with you, or deposit it in our dumpster.
Do not leave tires behind.
Do not leave fuel or oil cans behind.

PIT VEHICLE – To include – Pit Bikes, Side By Sides, and Golf Carts.
Only permitted the day of an event
Only permitted to and from Start Line
Helmets must be warn on Pit Bikes
No double riding
Speed equivalent of first gear only
NO PIT RIDING the day before an event
No riding outside of the Pit Area fencing
No riding on the Gas Line, Wooded Area, or near the Legion Building

TRACK VIEWING RESTRICTIONS

No admittance past track fence
No admittance to first turn
Mechanic’s Area is to the LEFT of the Start Line – Not Inside The First Turn
These rules will be strictly enforced.
Thank you.

Friday

Gates Open 5pm to 10pm

$20 for all riders and spectators. Spectators 6 and under are free.

 

THE WICK 338 WEBSITE

Saturday

Gates Open 7AM to 10PM

Sign up fee is $50 to practice all day.
Sign-up will begin at 8 AM and practice will run from 9 AM till 3 PM.

Each hour of the day will be broken into 15 minute segments for the following classes.

  • 50cc – Each Hour
  • “A” & “B” Riders – 12 past each hour
  • “C” Riders – 24 past each hour
  • 85cc & 65cc 36 past each hour
  • Vets and Female – 48 past each hour

Sunday

AMA membership required. One day license available at the track for $20.

MSC Membership ($50 Annually) or Daypass ($20 One Day) can be purchased at the track.

Race Signup – Saturday 3PM to 5PM -Sunday 7-9AM.  $40 for the first two classes, $20 for third or more.

Classes with 12 or more riders will receive trophies to eighth, except paying classes. (10=6th, 8=5th, 4=2nd). 85cc and smaller receive trophies to 8th.

Paying Classes: 250A, Open A, +25A, +30A, & +40A

No Pit Riding except between Pits and Start Line – Ride Days only.

ROUND 1 – DIAMONDBACK MX – JULY 5TH – DOUBLE POINTS – HONDA/KAWASAKI/YAMAHA CONTINGENCY

What was to be the middle of the race season, is now the Series Kickoff for 2020! And it’s Double Points! And Vintage will be on hand!

Open Practice Saturday, July 4th from 9AM to 3PM

Saturday Evening Signup for Sunday’s MSC / AMA D34 Race.

Metropolitan Sports Committee – AMA D34 Racing – Sunday, July 5th

Sunday Gates and Signup Opens at 7AM

Practice 9AM

Riders Meeting 10:15AM

National Anthem 10:25AM

Racing 10:30AM

This is one of the most anticipated race seasons in over a decade, you don’t want to miss out on the 5th gear tapped out long straight-aways you can only find at Diamondback MX.

Huge Expert Purse can always be found at Diamondback. Paying back 8 spots in all expert classes for Moto 1, Moto 2 and the Overall!

Awards will also be back to 8th position in all classes. No 1 for 3 here at MSC!

AMA Sanctioned Race Event – All Racers MUST have a valid AMA Membership to race.  Sign up at the track or online: CLICK HERE

OK so we have a few rules that we must adhere to, to ensure we comply with our SAFE TO RACE plan for Wuhan Chinese Virus (COVID-19)

Riders and Race Families only, no spectators or people who are here without a racer.

FAQ:

  • You have a racer in your family and you are here to support their racing efforts, you are allowed to be onsite. If you come in a different vehicle, please let us know who your racer is so we can note it on our roster sign-in. You must have at least one rider you are “supporting” to be onsite.
  • Are grandma and grandpa, uncle or aunt, cousins, brothers and sisters, race friends/mechanics spectators? Of course not, as in all motocross families, it takes a team of people to ensure their rider has the support needed to race. Just make sure your race team stays in your pit area when not watching the racer navigate the race course during their practice or race.
  • If I am racing by myself, am I allowed on site? Of course you are! You are a racer!
  • Will there be seating for race teams to watch? No seating is provided. Please bring your own lawn chairs and remember, you must remain 6 feet away from others when at the fence lines.
  • Will I need a face mask? Yes, please wear a facemask when entering the track at the front gate sign in, at the racer registration, in staging and on the starting line with your racer and while watching your racer navigate the course.
  • There will be no exceptions for not wearing face masks in the locations requiring them to be worn. You will be warned 1 time. If you fail to follow this policy you may be asked to leave with no refund of any kind. We certainly don’t want that to happen so just wear the mask when required and we will all have a great race weekend.

Rules for paying:
Entry Fee: $15.00 per person ages 6 and older in team and all riders regardless of age – wristband MUST be worn on wrist at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS

Practice Fee: $30.00 per rider – wristband MUST be worn on wrist of rider at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS

Race Class Fee: $30.00 per class, buy 3 classes for 1 rider and get a 4th one for free for the same rider. Can only be used for 1 rider, cannot be split between different riders.
Please have exact change, if you can.

Participating Contingency Programs

Rider Rewards Programs

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.

 

END OF ANOTHER GREAT SEASON

The 2015 Metropolitan Sports Committee’s Championship Motocross Series has come to a close. The last day of racing was a very cold one with bursts of snow at times in the afternoon. It reminded me of the first race of the year with the challenges the weather gave all of us for most of Spring and into early Summer. Once the weather let up, we then had a very dry, hot summer. Weather is the one variable we have absolutely no control over. Because motocross races can be run in almost any condition, we were very fortunate to only have one race cancelled due to poor weather and we appreciate the participation on those tough days.

2015 brought some new champions that some may have not thought were possible given the high caliber racers, racing this series. Watching some of our riders go from rusty, spring racers to in shape, finely tuned skilled pilots of these race machines was just great. 50cc peewee riders getting their first trophy to Vet riders getting their first win are what this is all about. The many family’s of MSC Motocross coming together to support injured riders, or help someone in need, and even morn the loss of a friend/rider as a family is powerful, genuine, and humbling. I am proud to say I am a member of this organization.

2016 is being organized right now. We are setting up our dates to offer our racers the best options possible. As this fall progresses, we will be posting our schedule, any rule changes, and exciting new additions to our program that can only be found with the MSC. Rider feedback throughout the season has not gone by the wayside. We are making it our number one priority in using the feedback from our riders, family members, and close consultants within our industry to steer the MSC down the path of success and fun for our riders.

Our banquet will be held on Feb 14th, 2016 and of course we will be raffling off thousands of $$$ is prizes, a 2016 250F and a 2016 450F motocross bike. CLICK HERE to download the Banquet Registration Form.

We want to thank our five participating race tracks, Claverack MX, Diamondback MX, Echo Valley MX, Orange County Fair MX, and Twister Valley MX. They work extremely hard to provide the best racing they can each and every event. Our sponsors and contingencies offerings from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Fly Racing, and DP Brakes. Thank you for supporting our riders and our series.

We also thank everyone who participated with the MSC in 2015 and wish everyone a wonderful off season, safe winter, and great holidays. See you at the banquet.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

James Slaughter
Chairman, MSC Motocross
www.mscmotocross.com

March 29th – Round 1 – OCFMX

Motocross commences on March 29th, 2015 as Round 1 of the MSC Championship Motocross Series gets underway at the Orange County Fair Motocross facility in Middletown, NY.  Speaking with track owner, Mike Gurda, he says most of the track work is complete and they will be ready for action come Sunday morning.  Some new additions to the track will develop early in the season and they are excited to get racing underway.

James Slaughter, Chairman of the MSC, says,”We are very glad winter is over, although we had some snow on Friday, the forecast going forward looks good and typical of spring in the northeast.  MSC is grateful that all of our sponsors and contingency programs remain intact for 2015.  Our 2015 membership is looking real good, we have to thank our dedicated riders who come back to MSC each and every year to participate in the historic series.”

 

OCFMX Track Website

MSC Motocross is one of the premiere motocross series in the northeast.  Starting in 1959, MSC was one of the nations first “motocross” race series and continues to provide very competitive racing from March to October each and every year.   Contingencies from motorcycle manufacturers Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha, from Clothing manufacturer Fly Racing, and aftermarket companies such as DP Brakes.  If you want to line up to do battle with some of the fastest amateur racers in the northeast, line up with MSC Motocross.

 

 

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