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How much does an entry cost?

The registration fee associated with a Supercross Futures event is $ 125 per class. These registration fees cover entrance fees, parking fees, training fees and race fees. It also allows the runner to enter the pits, access the track (at the allotted times) and watch the seats on the site.

Do I have to be a member of WADA to register and run?

WADA membership is required to participate in Supercross Futures and proof of membership must be presented upon registration. WADA memberships are available here.

Does my mechanic have to be a member of WADA?

An AMA membership is required to be a Mechanic in Supercross Futures and proof of membership must be presented upon registration. WADA memberships are available in line.

Is my mechanic pass included in the entry?

Yes, your mechanic pass is included in your entry. Each rider is permitted a mechanic to accompany the rider through the stage and into the designated mechanic area at allotted times. A mechanic’s pass also gives you access to the pits. People under 16 are not allowed in the mechanics area. Please see section 2.1 of the Supercross Futures Supplemental Rulebook for additional guidance on mechanical paddocks.

What does my event registration include?

The runner’s registration includes the runner’s pass, one (1) mechanical pass and the ability to designate two (2) guests who can accompany the runner into the paddock with a PIT ACCESS ONLY wristband. To access the paddock, the runner, mechanic and two (2) guests must either provide proof of vaccination on the Wednesday preceding the event or pass a Covid-19 test at the on-site test trailer at each Supercross event. . The cost is $ 50 / test per person. The runner will receive two (2) electronic tickets for entry to the stadium, which must be used by the runner and the mechanic to enter the seating area of ​​the stadium on Saturday.

  • The two additional guests with the PIT ACCESS ONLY wristbands will be allowed in the seating section of the stadium on Friday to view the practice and qualifying sessions. These two guests will need to have tickets for the Saturday event in order to access the stadium seating area on Saturday.
  • You can purchase additional spectator tickets (for friends, family, etc.) on site at the box office or online at supercrossfutures.com using the code SXDY22. The spectator ticket allows the purchaser to access the spectator seats in the venue only on Saturdays – no access to the stands.

If I am under 18, can I still run without my parents attending?

Yes, you can still participate in a race without your parents being present. However, if your parent does not intend to attend, the parent should download and submit the Legal Guardian Documentation from our website at supercrossfutures.com. If you are under 18, your designated guardian MUST sign the release forms and stay with you (the minor) throughout the day. Your guardian must present a valid driver’s license or valid photo ID. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Do I still have to register if I have pre-registered?

Yes, all riders must register on Thursday or Friday prior to the Supercross Futures technical inspection
ends.

  • Will Call is open
    • 8 am-5pm Thursday
    • Opens at 8 a.m. on Friday (Futures technical inspection is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.).
  • To speed up your registration process, make sure your WADA membership is up to date on the day of the event. If you need to renew or purchase a WADA membership, please follow this link. All times / dates subject to change – check Calendar of events for each city for more details).

Is the onsite registration for Supercross Industry Will Call and Supercross Futures the same?

Yes, Supercross Industry Will Call is the registration location for Supercross Futures. A map including the location of the Will Call trailer will be available on our website at supercrossfutures.com

What should I bring to the AMA technical inspection?

You will need to bring your motorbike and helmet. Your helmet must be equipped with an ejection system. The technical inspection is at the AMA truck on Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Do i need a transponder?

Yes, you will need to collect your event transponder from the AMA truck during the technical inspection on Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Do i need a helmet ejection system?

Yes, all riders must have an ejection system installed in their helmet. Ejection systems are available on the Alpinestars mobile medical trailer.

Where can I find information about the event?

Information about the event can be found on our website.

Is it too late to pre-register?

If you are qualified to run and have received a registration link, you must register before the registration deadline indicated on www.supercrossfutures.com, in the Premier Rulebook, section 1.1 General Information, Registration.

At what time should I be there?

Consult the schedule of events for Friday and Saturday at www.supercrossfutures.com for details of the day of the event.

Can we camp?

Night camping is prohibited on the sites. The paddock parking opens Thursday afternoon, the factory teams have a parking lot before the Privateer riders and the Supercross Futures riders.

Does it cost to park?

Pit parking is free only for active vehicles (i.e. if it carries your bike it can stay). If you bring a motorhome, it must carry a racing bike that will be entered to race in this event (via a trailer or hitch) in order to access the paddock. The location of the paddock is determined by Feld Motor Sports at its sole discretion. All other vehicles must be parked in the general car park.

Can I bring food and drinks to the event?

You may bring food and drink to consume in the paddock, but you cannot bring food or drink into the stadium / arena. In addition, all racing personnel, runners, mechanics and anyone associated with runners and photographers must not consume or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs which could affect their normal mental or physical capacities. In addition to affecting the safety of the event, such use is incompatible with the concept of good sportsmanship and is detrimental to the sport of motorcycles. Anyone who violates these policies is subject to disciplinary action and may result in loss of WADA membership or event credentials.

Can I take pictures of my rider during the event?

Cameras are permitted at Feld Entertainment events as long as they are non-professional cameras (lenses less than six inches) and photos are for personal use only. No footage of our events, whether still images or videos, may be used for any purpose other than personal use.

How far back do you get the trophy?

The top 3 riders from each Premier event and the AMA Futures National Supercross Championship will receive a podium trophy at the end of the 250 Futures race. The top 4 unqualified riders from each Premier event will receive a qualified plaque indicating that they are now qualified and eligible to compete in the AMA National Supercross Futures Championship.

How do I get my Road to Supercross Points and Class 250SX license?

For more information on how to obtain your 250SX Class License, go to https://www.supercrosslive.com/road-supercross-points.

How do I qualify for the championship round?

The top 4 unqualified riders from each Premier event qualify for the AMA National Supercross Futures Championship. A rider may participate in more than one event, however, the first event in which the rider qualifies will be the only one from which the rider is advanced. All riders will advance one position if another rider has already qualified in a different event.

What does it mean to be a substitute?

Once a Premier event is completed, the top 4 unqualified riders are eligible to enter the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship, but must do so by the qualified rider entry deadline. Once this deadline has passed, alternate runners become eligible to register until their deadline has passed. Alternatively, you will be informed before the event if you have been chosen to replace a rider. Please visit www.supercrossfutures.com and refer to the Supercross Future Premier rulebook, section 1.1 General Rules, Registration for more information.

What is your refund policy for rider registrations?

Refund requests must be made in writing and sent to [email protected] no later than seven (7) days before the event. No refund will be accepted after this period.

What to expect at a Supercross Futures event:

Registration of entries for all Supercross Futures riders is Thursday or Friday before the conclusion of the Supercross Futures technical inspection. All riders must register with WADA at the Industry Will Call trailer on Thursday or Friday morning. Visit www.supercrossfutures.com for the schedule for the day of the event. If the rider is under 18, their parent or guardian must accompany the minor throughout the registration process. Please refer to the event information for a map showing where the Industry Will Call trailer will be located for passenger check-in.

  • Once you reach the Will Call / Registration assembly lot, follow the directions for proper parking. Please note that this parking area is temporary parking – there is no camping, long term or event parking allowed in this lot.
  • Once you have checked in and received your rider and mechanic passes, you will now be allowed to enter the paddock with your vehicle. Parking will be determined by Feld representatives. You must park where they designate you to park.
  • During the AMA Tech inspection on Friday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., you will need to bring your bike and helmet with ejection system installed for the inspection. You will also collect your event transponder at this time.
  • After the technical inspection on Friday morning, training will begin at 11:30 am. Please refer to the Friday and Saturday event schedule at www.supercrossfutures.com.
  • Please refer to the Supercross Futures Supplemental Rulebook for more information and qualification procedures.

How do I ask more questions about Supercross Futures?

Call 203-858-1339
E-mail [email protected]


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