Points Structure

Placement Points


Points will be awarded per moto and are based on the following schedule:

1st place25 points11th place10 points
2nd2212th9
3rd2013th8
4th1814th7
5th1615th6
6th1516th5
7th1417th4
8th1318th3
9th1219th2
10th1120th1


Move Up Points


Move up points will determine advancement to a higher class, but are not the only determinant.

1st overall25 points
2nd22
3rd20
4th18


To proceed to a higher class, 125 points are required [i.e.]

Five 1st place finishes equals 125 points
Seven 3rd place finishes equals 140 points

When the rider has the required points to move up to a higher class the advancement is not necessarily permanent or determined solely on points. If the rider does not compete for a minimum of two years or is completely non competitive in the higher class he may request to the referee to return to the previous class. The request will be determined by the referee.

80 cc riders will not necessarily move up to Novice B. Their ability will determine what class they will move up to, and any class other than Novice B must be assigned by the referee.

To proceed from Junior A to Senior, 175 advancement points are required.

To proceed from Senior to Expert, 300 advancement points are required.