Race points distribution

-Points will be given per moto.  If you do not complete half the laps of a moto, you will not score any points for that moto.  The highest combined points will determine the overall winner and remaining  positions.  Points will be distributed as such per moto….  A DNS will net 0 points
   
          1st = 25 pts             6th = 15 pts             11th = 10 pts           16th = 5 pts

          2nd = 22 pts             7th = 14 pts             12th = 9 pts             17th = 4 pts

          3rd = 20 pts             8th = 13 pts             13th = 8 pts             18th = 3 pts

          4th = 18 pts             9th = 12 pts             14th = 7 pts             19th = 2 pts

          5th = 16 pts             10th = 11 pts           15th = 6 pts             20th = 1 pts

   Highest point accumulation at end of season wins championship but must have run
6 rounds in that class.

Bonus points

   The last two rounds  will be worth double points 
Gate position picks
   For classes with less than 7 riders, gate pick will be first come first serve. 
  For classes with more than 7 riders, first moto gate positions will be picked by drawing a clothe pin.  Each pin will be      numbered 1 through 25.  Pin #1 will get first gate pick, pin #2 second gate pick, etc.
  For the second moto, the gate pick will be determined by first moto finish.  If multiple classes on the     gate then the 1st place rider of each class is called up then the 2nd place rider in each class is called,etc… 

Miscellaneous:

1)  One trophy for every 2 riders will be awarded.

Must compete in 6 rounds, in one class,  to be eligible for championship.


 

SSVMX motorcycle modification rules… specifics                              

1975-older

SUSPENSION: All machines must have no more than seven-inches of front wheel travel and four-inches of rear wheel travel, measured at the axle.  Any modification must be period specific.

Any shock absorber may be used, providing the technology and design was commercially available in 1975 or earlier.  Piggyback reservoirs and external rebound adjusters are allowed.

ENGINES: Any modification must be period specific.  This would include reed valves, Liquid-cooled components are prohibited. 3) Hydraulically-assisted clutches are prohibited.

CARBURETORS: Flat-slide carbs are not permitted.  Only carburetors that were commercially available up through 1975 are allowed.  This may include Lectron-type, injection-type, Power Jet type and Pumper type carburetors (which may include the International Engineering Lake injector carb and the Kendrick Engineering EXP carb).

Swing-arms must be steel. The only exception is the period cast-aluminum swing-arm made by A&A Racing for BSA unit singles and aluminum DG swing-arm for Honda CR’s.  All modifications must be consistent with the spirit of the class and period.

In summary….  The following components may not be later than 1975 (frame, engine and gearbox).  Within reason, later year forks, shocks and wheels would be allowed because of reliability and safety of the rider.  The burden of authenticating is on the rider. Press clippings and photos with identifiable dates may be helpful. Vintage machines are restricted to vintage-type frames. Period modifications are allowed on all standard legal frames.


1976-1980

SUSPENSION.  Alloy swing=arms in this class must be period aftermarket or OEM units. Use of later-model OEM alloy swing-arms on 76-79 class motorcycles is prohibited. Modification of a single-shock alloy swing=arms for use on dual shock motorcycles is prohibited.  Any modification must be period specific.

ENGINES: Modifications are many, though they must be consistent with the spirit of the period and class. Cylinders may be over-bored.

In summary….  The following components may not be later than 1979 (frame, engine and gearbox).  Within reason, later year forks, shocks and wheels would be allowed because of reliability and safety of the rider.  The burden of authenticating is on the rider. Press clippings and photos with identifiable dates may be helpful. Vintage machines are restricted to vintage-type frames. Period modifications are allowed on all standard legal frames.


1981-1985


The 1981-newer classes have brought us to the brink of the modern motocross motorcycle.

ENGINES: Modifications are many, though they must be consistent with the spirit of the period and class. Cylinders may be over-bored.

CARBURETORS: Period-type carburetors are strongly encouraged. Period flat-slide carbs are allowed.

In summary….  The following components may not be later than 1985 (frame, engine and gearbox).  Within reason, later year forks, shocks and wheels would be allowed because of reliability and safety of the rider.  The burden of authenticating is on the rider. Press clippings and photos with identifiable dates may be helpful. Vintage machines are restricted to vintage-type frames. Period modifications are allowed on all standard legal frames.

1986-present

The 1986-newer classes have brought us to the brink of the modern motocross motorcycle.

ENGINES: Modifications are many, though they must be consistent with the spirit of the period and class. Cylinders may be over-bored.

CARBURETORS: Period-type carburetors are strongly encouraged. Period flat=slide carbs are allowed.

In summary….  The burden of authenticating is on the rider. Press clippings and photos with identifiable dates may be helpful. Vintage machines are restricted to vintage-type frames. Period modifications are allowed on all standard legal frames. However, no parts of later-period frames may be used for those modifications.


ATC RULES:  


OPEN CLASS:
Any ATC. Any Ability.


INTERMEDIATE:
Intermediate ability on a
production, period specific ATC.


40+:
Any rider 40 years of age or older on a
production based, period specific ATC.


200cc:
Any ability rider, on a
production, period specific ATC. No Sleeved down 2 strokes

ANYONEcan run in the open class, including intermediate or 40+, on any ATC.

COMPLAINTS and PROTEST

Formal complaints of a procedure or by-law will be directed to the Executive Director or the Assistant Director, either in writing or by email. These complaints will be then directed to the Board, for a ruling, within 2 days of receiving the complaint. The Board will have a ruling within 30 days.

 

Formal protest of competition rules, will be directed to the Competition Director or the Executive Director and must be filed the day the infraction is observed. To count against the rider, for the day’s event, the protest has to be filed within 30 minutes of the end of the moto. The Competition Director will investigate the protest using necessary research of the infraction to include, but not limited to, the use of "experts" of the period.


FIGHTING

Fighting will result in an automatic suspension for the rest of the season. A second offense will result in a one year suspension. Third offense will result in permanent removal from our Club.