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AUGUST 29, 2021

Fly Racing Showdown Series 
Round 5
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THIS EVENT IS HELD AT IRONMAN RACEWAY:

  • ​Ironman Raceway

       1389 W 200 S

       Crawfordsville, IN 47990

        304-284-0101

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR  THE CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS BANQUET

  • All Fly Racing Showdown Series events count towards year end overall.

  • Race 8 of 11 rounds (in the same class) to qualify for the year end Fly Racing Showdown Series Awards Banquet and receive an award regardless of position.

  • Race all 10 LTM rounds (in the same class) and receive a special 100% award regardless of position.

  • Those attending the year end Fly Racing Showdown Series Championship Awards Banquet will receive a sweatshirt and other prizes in addition to their awards.

  • Class champions will be listed in RacerX magazine.

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BE PREPARED FOR THE FOLLOWING

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THURSDAY SCHEDULE

AUGUST 26 - EARLY ARRIVAL

Gates Open: 12pm

  • Gates CLOSE at 12am nightly.

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FRIDAY SCHEDULE

AUGUST 27 - AMATEUR PRACTICE

Gates Open: 6am

Practice Registration: 7am-8am

Practice: 8:30am (3 rotations)

  • Gates CLOSE at 12am nightly.

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SATURDAY SCHEDULE

AUGUST 28 - LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS

Gates Open: 6am

Will Call: 7am-2pm

Pro Practice & Qualifying: 8am-11:30am

250 Consi Race: 11:45am-11:55am

450 Consi Race: 12pm-12:10pm

Opening Ceremonies: 12:30pm-1pm

250 Moto 1: 1:15pm

450 Moto 1: 2:15pm

250 Moto 2: 3:15pm

450 Moto 2: 4:15pm

Amateur Registration for Sunday Racing: 6pm-8pm

  • Gates CLOSE at 12am nightly.

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SUNDAY SCHEDULE

AUGUST 29 - FLY RACING SHOWDOWN SERIES

Gates Open: 6am

Race Registration: 7am-8am

Practice: 8am (1 rotation)

Racing will begin immediately after practice

  • AMA CARD REQUIRED

  • MYLAPS TRANSPONDER REQUIRED

  • Two (2) moto format

  • All Amateur Classes will run (see below)

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CLASS LIST

The class list can be viewed here

  • 0. 50 Shaft/Shifter Beginner (4-8) WILL NOT run at this event.

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WEEKEND GATE & CAMPING FEES

ADULT GATE FEE (12yrs and over)-

$80  Thursday-Sunday

$70  Friday-Sunday

$60  Saturday-Sunday

$15  Sunday Only

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CHILD GATE FEE (6-11yrs)-

$45  Thursday-Sunday

$40  Friday-Sunday

$30  Saturday-Sunday

$10  Sunday Only

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CAMPING FEE-

$75  Thursday-Sunday

$60 Friday-Sunday

$40  Saturday-Sunday

  • Camping pass for all vehicles staying overnight

  • Requires purchase of gate band

  • Camping passes can be purchased here

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EXTRA CAR PASS-

$30

  • Vehicle pass for camping support vehicles (cars, trucks)

  • Available only with purchase of Camping Pass

  • Extra car passes can be purchased here

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FRIDAY PRACTICE FEE

$40

  • Per Class

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FRIDAY PRACTICE ORDER-

  1. B​

  2. C

  3. A

  4. Supermini & 85cc

  5. 65cc

  6. Vet

  • Sorry NO 50cc practice on Friday.

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SUNDAY RACE FEE

$30

$40 250 A & Open A

  • Per Class

  • $10 Late Fee after 8am on Sunday

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SUNDAY PRACTICE ORDER-

  1. B​

  2. C

  3. A

  4. Supermini & 85cc

  5. 65cc

  6. Vet (25+ & Up)

  7. 2nd Mini Bike

  8. 2nd Big Bike

  9. 50cc

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TRANSPONDER RENTAL FEE

$20

  • Per transponder

  • Live timing and scoring provided by Live View Timing

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TROPHY CLASS AWARDS

50cc- All participants

65cc- Top 10

All Other Classes- Top 5

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MONEY CLASS AWARDS

25+A, 30+A, 40+A, 50+A​​ - 80% Payback

250 A & Open A - Guaranteed Purse:

         1) $300 

         2) $200

         3) $150

         4) $125

         5) $100

  • Paid for overall finish

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AMA RULEBOOK

The 2021 AMA Rulebook can be viewed here

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SUPPLEMENTAL RULES

1. No "A" class riders are permitted to compete in any Youth classes. AMA Racing Rule, Section 1.1.G.5.

2. The following are NOT permitted in any 50cc Class:

a. High compression pistons, port clean-up or an changes to the internal engine components, frame, sub-frame, carburetor, air box, intake boot, swing arm, rim size, lower/bottom triple clamp and wheel hubs.

b. All parts of the exhaust system as designed by the manufacturer (OEM) for a particular model and year must remain stock.  This includes but is not limited to, the head pipe, mid pipe and silencer.

3. Protests must comply with the AMA Racing Rulebook.  Protests must be in writing and delivered to the referee no later than 30 minutes after results have been posted.  AMA Protest Form and fees must be paid to referee.

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GENERAL POLICIES AND GUIDELINES

  • RIDER REGISTRATION- AMA CARD REQUIRED. All riders must properly register before entering the track. ALL RIDERS WHO PRE-REGISTER MUST CHECK IN AT REGISTRATION.

  • PRACTICE- The staging area will be used for all practices. ALL riders must have practice bands or stickers. NO TURNING AROUND OR CUTTING SECTIONS OF THE TRACK. NO stopping on the track. You MUST practice with your assigned group only.

  • REFUNDS- NO REFUNDS ONCE PRACTICE HAS BEGAN. Be sure to assess yourself, your equipment and the track before entering the staging area. Refunds for mechanical failures are not the tracks responsibility.

  • NUMBERS- If duplicate numbers are found, one rider will have their number "slashed" at random to avoid confusion. You MUST have contrasting numbers and plate backgrounds. It is your responsibility to have LEGIBLE and MATCHING numbers on ALL number plates or YOU MAY NOT BE SCORED.

  • TRANSPONDERS- MyLaps transponders are required for ALL racers on race day. Rental transponders are available at the event or you can supply your own Mylaps transponder.  Riders without a transponder WILL NOT BE SCORED.  

  • PIT RIDING- Pit riding is limited to 5 MPH speed limit in the pits. Helmets must be worn by riders under 18 years of age AT ALL TIMES. ABSOLUTELY NO JOY RIDING AFTER DARK. FAILURE TO FOLLOW PIT VEHICLE RULES COULD RESULT IN LOSS OF PIT VEHICLE PRIVILEGES OR CONFISCATION OF PIT VEHICLE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEKEND.

  • RESTRICTED AREAS- No persons or unauthorized vehicles are permitted within the boundaries of the track. Jumping any of the fences could be grounds for disqualification of you or your rider(s).  ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS OR VIDEOGRAPHERS MUST CHECK-IN AT REGISTRATION AND WEAR MEDIA VEST WHEN IN RESTRICTED AREAS.

  • STARTING GATE- NO TOOLS OR "FARMING" IN FRONT OF THE STARTING GATE. One mechanic per rider allowed in staging. JUMPING THE GATE WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE PENALTY. REPORT TO THE STARTING GATE THREE RACES BEFORE YOUR MOTO.

  • RACE RESULTS- Results are posted after each race. Check your results WITHIN 30 MINUTES of you moto. Do not wait until you are on the starting line for your second moto to verify results.

  • PETS- All pets must be on a leash. No vicious or excessively barking pets permitted.

  • WRISTBANDS- MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. You will need your wristband to register, practice, race and while in the park. PLEASE PUT THEM ON AND KEEP THEM ON. If leaving the facility, your wristband will be required for re-entry. If lost, you will be required to purchase a new one.

  • GARBAGE- Please bag your garbage and place in the available dumpsters for pick-up.  Please refrain from dumping gas and oil on the ground.

  • RIDER INFORMATION- Rider information can be found at the REGISTRATION AREA.

  • MEDICAL INSURANCE- We do not have Rider Medical Insurance. Riders are responsible for their own medical insurance. Rider medical insurance is available through the AMA’s RAMP Program at (800)-556-7614 or visit www.insurance4ama.com.

  • PROHIBITED ITEMS- No fireworks, weapons, illegal substances, glass containers or any other items that may pose a safety hazard to our guests or competitors are permitted.

  • SEARCH POLICY- All persons, vehicles and their contents are subject to search at any time. If any fireworks or other prohibited items are found, you may remove them from the property yourself, or we will dispose of them for you. We are not responsible for the safe return of any confiscated items.

  • GUEST CONDUCT- Motocross racing is a family sport. We will not tolerate offensive or inappropriate conduct and reserve the right to remove anyone from the premises. RIDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONDUCT OF THEIR CREW MEMBERS, FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

  • BANNERS- DO NOT TAKE BANNERS OR SIGNAGE. Violators will be prosecuted for theft and trespassing.

  • PARKING- Parking is first-come, first-serve. You may not save spots for persons arriving later. If you want to camp with someone, please meet them off-site and arrive together. CAMPING SPACES ARE NO WIDER THAN 30’. No campsites, tents or awnings are permitted within 20’ of the motocross track fence.

  • QUIET TIME- QUIET TIME IS 10:00PM NIGHTLY. All loud noise, including loud generators, must be turned off at this time. Our racers need their rest!