New England Motocross FAQ's
- What time does the gate open?
- Gates are usually open from 5pm-10pm the night before a race and reopen again at 6 am the next morning.
- What time is sign up?
- Sign up is usually 7-9pm the evening before the race and
7-9am on race day. (Some tracks vary, Check
homepage prior to event)
- Can I pre-enter?
- NEMX has no pre-entry, but sign up is quick and easy.
- How much is it to race?
- Entry fees - $35 per class
- Gate fee - $15 per racer (any age) / $25 for two
- Gate fee - $15 per spectator (Ages 6+)
- Full Membership Fee - $90
- One Day Membership Fee - $0
- How are the events scored?
- MX events 2-moto format combined over -points on both
- How are championship points assigned?
- Championship points are assigned per moto
- How are promotional points assigned?
- Promotional points are assigned per overall finish
- What is the race order?
- The race orders rotate to give each class the opportunity to race near the beginning of the day.
- Does the race order ever get altered?
- Yes, based on turnout in each of the classes, some may be combined or separated. You should always check the final race order after practice.
- How do I know which race order will be on each race?
- The NEMX site has the Series schedules along with the race order and which manufacturers are paying contingency at each race.
- How are combined classes scored?
- Combined classes are scored separately from one another.
- How does contingency work?
- Each rider must sign up directly with the manufacturer.
- After the race, NEMX sends them the results and the rider gets paid directly from the manufacturer.
- See each Manufacturer for details, rules are different for each.
- What classes are run?
- 50 4-6
- 50 7-8
- 50 Open 4-9
- 65 7-9
- 65 10-11
- 65 Open 7-12
- 85 9-11
- 85 12-15
- Supermini 9-16
- Youth C 18 & Under
- Youth A&B 18 & Under
- 250 C
- 250 B
- 250 A
- 450 C
- 450 B
- 450 A
- Open C
- Open B
- Open A
- 30 C
- 30 B
- 30 A
- 40 C
- 40 B
- 40 A
- Women 85-250
- What class should I ride in?
- Each rider must race in the same level class as he/she races in any other organization.
- The only exception is the Youth A to 250/450 B.
- NOTE: Do not be confused by the terminology of Expert, Amatuer, Novice, Beginner, etc.
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