WHAT’S IT GOING TO COST YA?
REGISTRATION FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY:
AMATEUR ONLINE PRE-ENTRY FEE: $25 PER CLASS ONLINE BY THE WEDNESDAY BEFORE EVENT @ 10 P.M. (plus a pit pass)
AMATEUR "AT THE DOOR" ENTRY FEE: $35 PER CLASS (plus pit pass)
PRO ONLINE PRE-ENTRY FEE: $35 PER CLASS ONLINE BY THE WEDNESDAY BEFORE THE EVENT @ 10 P.M. (PLUS A PIT PASS)
PRO "AT THE DOOR" ENTRY FEE: $45 PER CLASS (PLUS A PIT PASS)
On-line registration is now open until 10 p.m. the Wednesday night before the event you are racing.
The online price of $25 (for amateur) & $35 (for pro) is a $10 discount from the "at the door" price. Online must be completed by the WEDNESDAY night @ 10 P.M. 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-enter so please plan accordingly.
You can register at the facility on the day of the event for "at the door" pricing (plus your pit pass, $20 till noon then $25)
NO PAPERWORK IF YOU PRE-REGISTER ONLINE
Each racer who is pre-registered should show up the registration office with an email confirmation (which is your receipt and your entry form) for each day.
ONE DAY PASS IS $20 UNTIL NOON AND THEN $25 (IF THE EVENT IS A 2 DAY EVENT A WEEKEND PIT PASS IS $30)
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 advance ticket if you are wanting in the facility to watch practice and heats and to be with your racer. No refunds will be given on advance ticket purchases.
One day Pit pass is $20 until noon and then $25 (if the event is a 2 day event a weekend pass is $30)
Parking and/or camping fees may apply. It is at the Park’s discretion. Please feel free to call The Amarillo National Center @
EXPECT TO PAY WITH CASH ...WE DO HAVE CREDIT CARD MACHINES BUT DUE TO THE FACT THAT THEY DEPEND ON A WIRELESS NETWORK TO FUNCTION PROPERLY WE CAN'T GUARANTEE THEY WILL ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE...
BASIC INFO YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Please pick up your trophy 15 minutes after the completion of your main race. You can pick up your trophy at the Registration office at most venues.
Please make sure you get a Racer Schedule at the Registration office. It is full of very useful information. It will give you the exact time everything starts and the order of the heats and mains. We run a tight schedule and it is imperative that our racers 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 schedule changes. All classes need to be staged 3 races in advance. If all racers follow this rule, no one will miss their race. Even if we adjust the main order slightly (for example to combine small classes) if you are staged like you are suppposed to be, there won't be any issues. We will not refund money for any racer missing their heat or main.
YOU CANNOT CHANGE YOUR BIKE # AT STAGING. If you need to change your number it MUST be done at the registration office immediately. You will no longer be allowed to show up at your heat with a different bike number than what you registered with unless you have already given the change to the office staff. NO EXCEPTIONS!
One thing that is very important to check, is the heat racer order. It is posted at noon 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 our simple procedure and the day will run smoothly and be fun for everyone.
Gates and registration open on Saturday at 9 a.m. (for most events- check times above) Lines are inevitable. However, if you will dowload (from this website) an entry form (and minor release form for racers under 18) and have it completed before you get to registration (only if you are NOT pre-registered), lines should move much quicker. Have forms, and payment completed and ready by the time you approach the registration table. You should also 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. You should also check in the"lastest dirt" section of this website. There is a page called "what to expect at an Arenacross event" and it gives you the basic run-down of one of our events. If you read this before you attend, you should be very familiar with our format and therefore , very prepared.
CLASSES OFFERED AT THE ALBUQUERQUE AX
For classes with less than 6 racers, we will combine with another class during the mains
50cc 4-6 years old
50cc 7-9 years old
50cc Open (both age groups can ride this)
65cc 7-9 years old
65cc 10-11 years old
65cc Open both age groups can ride this)
*Please keep in mind that some pee-wee classes will run late in the evening. The age classes will run during the later part of the main show. If you do not think your little one can tolerate such a long day, please plan accordingly. We cannot give refunds to a racer who cannot complete the day. And we cannot change the schedule. We will run the OPEN pee wee classes at the beginning part of the show.
85 Beginner (cannot ride this AND age group, one or other)
85 7-11 yrs & 85 12-16 yrs (2 separate classes)
105 Super Mini (can be a 2nd class for any 85 or the main class or the only class for a 150 Big Wheel)
250F Beginner, Novice and Intermediate (3 separate classes)
250F is for 125cc or 250F bikes and beginner is for racers with 1 year or less of racing experience
450F Beginner, Novice and Intermediate (3 separate classes)
450F is for 250cc or 450F bikes and beginner is for racers with 1 year or less of racing experience (NO 250F's in the 450F classes)
Beginner Outlaw (for any Beginner on a BIG BIKE -this is an OPEN ClASS - it can be your 2nd class or the only class you enter)
Open Outlaw (for any Novice or Intermediate BIG BIKE - this is an OPEN CLASS - it can be your 2nd class or the only class you enter)
Quad Beginner (for the BIG QUADS over 100cc)
Quad Amateur (for the BIG QUADS over 100cc)
Mini Quad 4-7 (for the little quad under 100cc)
Mini Quad 8 & Over (for the little quad under 100cc)
Mini Quad Outlaw (for the little quad under 100cc)
Vet Over 30 (motorcycle) & Vet Over 40 (mc)
Women (over 85cc and must have 8 racers or you will race with your bike size and skill level)
*250F PRO , *OPEN PRO, and *Quad Pro
(ANY PRO CLASS WITH LESS THAN 8 RACERS WILL ONLY RECEIVE 100% PAYBACK ONLY)