Maximum engine displacement is 61cc FOR 2 Stroke, 90cc for 4 Stroke
Engine modification open.
Must use original engine type lower end & cylinder. Sgl. Speed transmission only.
Overall length 42" 7-8 & Super P.Wee measured from axle to axle centers.
Suspension modification Handlebar width not to exceed 30"
Top 5 qualify from rounds 1-5 Top 10 qualify from round 6 LCQ
Loretta Lynn Qualifying Rules
To qualify for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch you must participate in the two-step qualifying process: the Area Qualifiers and the Regional Championships. To understand how the qualifying system works, it helps to know that the United States is divided into seven different geographical regions consisting of the Northeast, Southeast, Mid-East, North Central, South Central, Northwest and Southwest.
STEP 1 - THE AREA QUALIFIERS
In each of the seven regions there are a maximum of eight Area Qualifiers. Riders must attend an Area Qualifier and finish in an advancement position to guarantee a spot into the Regional Championships. At each Area Qualifier all classes will be offered and a two moto format will be conducted. Classes, however, may be divided between the two days, such as, limited classes on Saturday and modified classes on Sunday, so it is not necessary to be at the event both days depending on the class for which you are qualifying. Riders may attempt to qualify in as many Area Qualifiers, in as many regions, as they choose. If a rider qualifies for a Regional, however, he must attend the Regional Championship for the region in which he qualified (see example below). The finishing positions guaranteed to advance to the Regional Championships from the Area Qualifiers are listed in the advancement chart below.
STEP 2 - THE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Regional Championships are the next step before making it to the "big show" at Loretta Lynn Ranch. Riders who place in an advancement finishing position at the Area Qualifiers are invited to the Regional Championship, but riders MUST pre-register with MX Sports by the deadline to keep that guaranteed spot. With the exception of the Northwest and Southwest regions, the Regional Championships separate the National classes into two different events: the Youth Regional and the Amateur Regional. The reason for the class separation is to accommodate the amount of riders that attempt to qualify, as well as the unique three-moto format at the Regional, so riders must attend both Saturday and Sunday to ensure all motos are counted towards an overall score. The finishing positions guaranteed to advance to the National Championship from the Regional Championships are listed in the advancement chart below.
STEP 3 - THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations! If you finished in a guaranteed qualifying position for the National Championship. There is just one more step you need to take to confirm your gate spot on the Start Line at the biggest amateur motocross race in the world! Registration for the National Championship is required. Online registration is preferred, and payment by credit card will be required. If you prefer to register by mail, please contact MX Sports.
For more information please visit the MX Sports website: http://mxsports.com/welcome
2015 Road to Mammoth, King of the West & Mammoth Motocross Supplemental Rules
Please make sure you read over the AMA Supplemental Rules for our Events.