D6 Henrietta Classic Pro Am June 10th

AMA District 6 Henrietta Classic Pro-Am Race

June 9th-10th, 2018

Brought to you by VP Racing Fuels

Race Results 

 This is a Pro-Am Race Event. This race is also a Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, & Husqvarna Contingency!

The AMA D6 Henrietta Classic Race has race classes for all riders. Beginner classes, kid classes, amateur and pro classes.

The MYLAPS X2 Transponder will be used at all race events at NJMP Field of Dreams. All racers are required to use the MYLAPS X2 Transponder at any of our races. Racers can purchase a transponder for their permanent use, or rent one at each race event. Transponders can be purchased here.

Saturday Schedule:
Gates open – 8 am – 9 pm
Sign up (Practice and Race) 8:00 am – Closing
Practice- 10am – 4pm

Saturday Fees:
Open Practice (Sat) $35
Racing classes $35 (Up to three classes, $25/class over 3, includes family)

Pro-am classes $50

Gate Fee: $20
Kids age 5 and under free for spectating only.
Camping: See below

– Gates close Sat night at 9 pm.
– Sunday Racers may enter Sat- $15 camping fee.
– Early sign up for Sunday’s racers Saturday afternoon.

Sunday:
Gates open 7 am
Sign up from 7 am – 8:30 am (Sharp)
Practice from 8:30 am – 10:00 am (Sharp)
Riders Meeting 10:00 am
Racing starts 10:30am (Sharp)

Sunday Fees:
Racing classes $35 (Up to three classes, $25/class over 3, includes family)

Pro-am classes $50
Gate Fee $15
Kids age 5 and under free for spectating only.

 

 

No Quad Classes will be racing in this event.

Introducing Beginner Classes!

For those who have never raced before, but want to try it out, enter our Beginner Class.  We will have a 250 & 450 class, and a Small Bike Beginner Class. Minimum Age for Big Bike Beginner Class is 14 for 250 and 16 for 450. Maximum Age for Small Bike Beginner Class is 13.

 

Camping Information – Call (856) 765-3799 to reserve an Electrical Hook-Up

 

Field of Dreams is closed to all other activity during a race. This means we will not have any of the tracks or trails available for practice riding on those days. We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience.