Winter Throwdown Race Info

Prices:

Thursday King of Throwdown 1v1 Bracket Racing:

Gate Fee: $10

Rider Entry Cost: $35

Friday and Saturday:

Gate Fee: $20

Amateur Rider Entry Cost: $50 (Pre-Entry) + $55 (Weekend of Entry)

Expert Rider Entry Cost: $60 (Pre-Entry) + $65 (Weekend of Entry)

50cc Rider Entry Cost: $35 (Pre-Entry) + $40 (Weekend of Entry)

Class Rules:

50cc Shaft:
  • Production PW 50 (See AMA Rulebook)
Open Novice:
  • 250cc + Up
  • If you are finishing top three at major events in Open Amateur, you aren’t eligible for Open Novice. This is a beginner class.
  • Promoter discretion may be used for eligible participants.
85cc: 
  • 66cc-85cc 2 Stroke
  • 75cc-125cc 4 Stroke
  • Follows AMA Mod Class rules
  • Ages 9-15
450 Expert:
  • Pro Licensed Riders Only
  • 450cc
30+
  • Singles and twins
  • 30 years old+
450 Amateur:
  • 450cc
  • Follows AMA Mod Class rules
  • 14 years old+
Supermini:
  • 79cc-125cc (Two Stroke) 
  • 75cc-150cc (Four Stroke)
  • Ages 9-15 
Vintage:
  • 1986 and Older
  • No Current Professional Licensed Riders
250 Amateur:
  • 250cc 
  • Follows AMA Mod Class rules
  • 12 years old+
50cc Chain:
  • Ages 4-8
  • Production Bikes (See AMA Rulebook)
  • Shaft and Chain
40+:
  • Singles and twins
  • 40 years old+
Open Amateur:
  • 250cc and Up
  • 19″ Wheels Minimum 
  • Ages 12+ on 250cc
  • Ages 14+ on 450cc+
  • Follows AMA Mod Class rules
65cc:
  • Ages 7-11
  • Follows AMA Mod Class rules
50+:
  • Singles and twins
  • 50 years old+
Hooligan presented by Moroney’s Harley-Davidson:
  • Stock Frames
  • 649cc+
  • Open Mods
  • No Current Professional Riders
Open Expert:
  • Professional Licensed Riders
  • 450cc+
  • Singles and Twins
60+:
  • Singles and twins
  • 60 years old+

King of throwdown rules

-Licensed AFT riders, former AFT riders (with approval from race director), exceptionally fast amateur riders who are turning professional that calendar year (with approval from race director)

-250cc

-Two rounds of qualifying with transponders

-Qualifying groups will be ten riders each

-Top 20 riders in qualifying will be seeded #1 through #20

-Four preliminary battles 

(#17 vs #16: Winner advances against seed #1 first round)

(#13 vs #20: Winner advances against seed #4 first round)

(#19 vs #14: Winner advances against seed #3 first round)

(#15 vs #18: Winner advances against seed #2 first round)

-Best out of three format

-Three lap races

-Top seed will pick first starting spot in the first race, lower seed will pick first starting spot in race two. If the battle needs to go to a third race, the top seed will pick first starting spot

-If a rider crashes, that race is checkered flag and the crashed rider will lose that single race. If bike repairs need done, you will have two minutes when you get back to the hot box

-You are allowed to switch bikes whenever you choose throughout the entire program, just let our crew know prior to going out for your race

King of Throwdown:

Preliminary who don’t advance: $50 x 4 = $200

1st Round: 16 Riders x $75 = $1200 

Quarterfinals: 8 Riders x $150 = $1200

Semis: 4 Riders x $250 = $1000

Final: 2 Riders x $500 = $1000

Winner: $1000

If a rider makes the..

Preliminary (Don’t advance): $50

First Round: $75

Quarterfinals: $225

Semis: $475

Finals: $975

Winner: $1975

King of Throwdown Total Purse: $5,600

Tommy Duma Fine Jewelers Holeshot Award Money:

  1. 50cc Shaft (Holeshot $50 both days)
  2. 50cc Chain
  3. 65cc (Holeshot $50 both days)
  4. 85cc (Holeshot $50 both days)
  5. Supermini
  6. Open Novice
  7. 250 Amateur (Holeshot $50 both days)
  8. 450 Amateur (Holeshot $50 both days)
  9. Open Amateur
  10. 30+
  11. 40+ (Holeshot $50 both days)
  12. 50+ 
  13. 60+ (Holeshot $50 both days)
  14. Vintage
  15. Hooligan (Holeshot $100 both days)
  16. 450 Expert (Holeshot $150 both days)
  17. Open Expert (Holeshot $150 both days)

Payout tba soon!

 

We will have manufacturer contingency at the 2024 Winter Throwdown from Yamaha, KTM, Husqvarna and Gas Gas!

For more information on Yamaha contingency and how to sign up, visit their website: https://www.yamahamotorsports.com/motocross/pages/yamaha-off-road-contingency-program

For more information on Husqvarna contingency and how to sign up, visit their website: https://www.racehusky.com

For more information on KTM contingency and how to sign up, visit their website: https://www.ktmcash.com

For more information on Gas Gas contingency and how to sign up, visit their website: https://gasgasracer.com