WHAT ARE THE RACES GOING TO COST YOU?
2 Ways To Enter an Event
Pre-Register Online - Click Here
You are not required to Pre enter. If you have multiple entries, print one entry for each class.
"DAY OF RACE" ENTRY- EXPECT TO PAY CASH ONLY
THINK YOU MIGHT BE LATE?
We understand that in extreme cases it is hard to make it to the event in time to get singed up before registration closes and practice begins. If you think you might be late, Just use the new user friendly Pre-Registration system online, we can have you in the computer and ready to race so all you have to do is grab your wristband, Practice sticker, and head for the dirt. Remember Pre-Registration Ends Wednesday Night at 10pm prior to each event.
You must check in at the sign in area, each day, during check in time to confirm with sign in personnel that you are racing. Sorry, we cannot accept checks or debit/cards at the gate. You must bring cash for post-entry and pit passes. Prizes, awards, and trophies are paid out each night after the main event; awards will not be mailed out. Friday and Saturday are separate shows, with separate payouts.
Questions: 417 863-6353 Hrs: 9a-3p.
PRE-ENTRY FEE PER NIGHT
- $35 Per Class - Amateur
- $45 Per Class - Pro
"DAY OF RACE" FEE PER NIGHT
- 1st Class-$45 Per Day
- 2nd Class-$35 Per Day
- $50 Pro Entry fee Per Class
- Pit Bike $35
Racer Pit Pass included in Rider Entry
THE ON-LINE PRICE OF $35 (for Amateur) and $45 (for Pro) is a $10 discount from the "at the door price. Online must be completed by the WEDNESDAY night @ 10 pm immediately prior to the race you are entering (no discounts after Wednesday) Please do not request the online discount to be given at the event due to "technical difficulties". There is no way to guard against glitches and there is plenty of time to pre-register so please plan accordingly.
ONE DAY PASS IS $20.
Pit passes are intended for racers and their crew. Pit Passes are required for anyone wanting in the race facility during the day and also serves as your ticket to the main show in the evening. In other words, you do NOT need to purchase an advanced ticket, (unless you want to purchase a reserved seat, which is available at some venue, your pit pass serves as a general admission ticket only) if you are wanting in the facility to watch practice and heats and to be with your racer If you have purchased a pit pass. No refunds will be given on advanced ticket purchases.
Parking and or camping fees may apply. It is at the facility's discretion.
EXPECT TO PAY WITH CASH.
BASIC INFO YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Please pick up your trophy 20 minutes after the completion of your main race. You can pick up you trophy at the registration office at most venues.
We run a tight schedule and it is imperative that your racer stay informed of the schedule as the day progresses. It is possible that we will alter the Main race order schedule slightly. It is your responsibility to check with the registration office for the schedule changes. They will be posted on the wall just out side the office. All classes need to be staged 3 races in advance. If all racers follow the rules, no one will miss there race. Even if we adjust the main order slightly (for example to combine small classes) if you are staged like you are suppose to be, there won't be any issues. We will not refund money for any racer missing their heat or main.
If you need to change your number it must be done at the registration office immediately.
One thing is very important to check, is the heat racer order. It is posted at the registration office and it list's all the racers in their appropriate class(es). Obviously mistakes can be made and it is imperative that you check this order to make sure you are listed in the correct class with the correct bike #. Errors need to be reported to the office immediately. If you don't follow this procedure and you show up at the gate for heats and you aren't listed in your class, it will cause delays for everyone. this is important to do again after you complete your heat race. Go back to the registration office and check the results. You may think you got 3rd, but we may have you listed as last place. If errors aren't reported in a timely manner (immediately after your heat) then you may show up at your main and not allowed to compete. It is difficult to research and correct a problem once the mains have begun. Please follow this simple procedure and the day will run smoothly.
Please sign in with the same name and number for each race. For example: Do not sign in as Andrew one race and Andy the next. The computer will recognize two different racers. Once you race the first time with a chosen number, that is your number for the series.
Lines are inevitable. However, if you will have forms and payments complete and ready by the time you approach the registration table, Lines should move quicker. You should become familiar with our classes and determine which one best fits your skill level before you arrive at the event. If you are uncertain, please call us prior to the event so we can help you determine your class.
Important Info for Competing Minors
Also very important: All youth riders have to have an annual release on file with Motorhead Events. Motorhead Events LLC requires the signatures of both parents to enable a minor to compete in an Motorhead Events event.
All riders under 18 yrs of age must be accompanied by parents or legal guardian or an authorized adult with written, notarized permission of parents or legal guardian and must be present at all times. So if you are bringing your minor or another minor you must bring a notarized release form with BOTH PARENTS or Legal Guardians on the form and Notarized. This only needs done once per year from the date it is done and we will keep it on file.
Minor Release and Consent Form - Click Here/Printable
Please turn in at sign in
All information is subject to change. This page can be updated and/or altered slightly up until 24 hours prior to the event. Times are approximate and may be adjusted as needed.
MOTORCYCLE PRO & AMATEUR Racing Both Friday Saturday
ATV PRO & AMATEUR Racing Saturday Only
Mandatory rider's meeting
Pro Registration closes
Pro rider's meeting
End of show around
|Friday and Saturday events, amateur heats run during the day. Amateur mains run at night along with Pro heats and mains.|
Arctic Cat UTV Nationals Time Schedule:
Refer only to the day that your event lands on.
8:30 pm Just Before Intermission
Classes - (ATV Classes run on Sat Only) (UTV Races on Saturday Night at Select Events Only)
- 50 Beginner No Senior Bikes (see rules for classification) (Training wheels are allowed) (Non points class)
- 50 (4-6) Jr. (No SR bikes )
- 50CC 4-8 Shaht Drive
- 50 (7-9) Sr.
- 50 Open (both age groups and 50cc beg can ride this)
- 65 (7-9)
- 65 (10-12)
- 65 Open (7-12)
- 85 Beginner (Non points class)
- 85 (7-11)
- 85 (12-15)
- Super Mini Includes Big Wheels/80cc-112cc 2-stroke/100cc-150cc 4-stroke (ages 7-16) (can be second class for any 85cc class)
- 125cc (123cc-153cc) 2stroke 12 and up, no minis, no Superminis
- Schoolboy (12-16) 85cc - 125cc 2-stroke, 150cc-250cc 4-stroke
- Collegeboy (15-24) No Minis
- 250 Beginner
- 250 Novice
- Intermediate Open (250 & 450)
- 250 Pro
- 450 Beginner (250 & 450)
- 450 Novice
- Open Outlaw (Approved classes are: Intermediate Open, Novice, +25, +40)
- 450 Pro (250 & 450)
- Over 21 Novice Friday Night Only (250 & 450)
- Over 25 Amateur
- Over 40 Amateur
- Women 12+ 85cc and up
- Mini ATV Beg (Ages 3-12)
- 0-90cc 2-stroke *Production, 0-125cc 4-stroke *Production
- No race specific Quads Example DRRs etc. (Non points class)
- Mini ATV Adv (Ages 3-14)
- 0-90cc 4-stroke *Production, 0-125cc 2-stroke *Production
- Includes race specific Quads Example DRRs etc.
- Youth ATV Advanced (Ages 8-16)
- 0-125cc 2-stroke *Modified, 0-250cc 4-stroke *Production
- Youth ATV Open (Ages 8-16 male) (Ages 0-100 female)
- 0-125cc 2-stroke *Modified, 0-300cc 4-stroke *Production
- ATV Beginner For the big Quads
- ATV Amateur For the big Quads
- ATV Pro
- UTV Modified (Select Events)
- Pit Bike (Non points class)