2017 Racer X Maine Event

The Racer X Maine Event is an AMA Pro-Am event on September 15th, 16th, and 17th right here at MX207.  This has been a race weekend for us in the past, but this year we’ve joined forces with Racer X Illustrated, and the AMA to make this an official Pro-Am to take it to the next level.  With the (still increasing) Loud Fuel Pro Purse (currently at 8,000 dollars) and the selected All Star riders to run the bibs as the “guys to beat” in their respective classes, this is shaping up to be the race with the most competition, the most track prep, and the best of times.  This is the biggest stage in the Northeast to prove yourself and see how you match up against the best of the best, this is the race you need to get to, this is the race that matters.  This is “The Maine Event”.

The Racer X Maine Event is a Saturday/ Sunday race (4 moto format) with an open practice on Friday from 9:00-3:00.  Gates open for the weekend on Thursday at 4:00.

This is an AMA event.  .  We’ve structured our classes around AMA ages and bike sizes.  Please be aware of age requirements and machine criteria per AMA rules.  A breakdown of the classes is available here: Classes

Racing will be a 4-moto format, with overall finishes based on all four motos.  Saturday will be motos 1 & 2, Sunday will be motos 3 & 4.  If a class has 44 entries or more, racers must qualify out of heat 1/ heat 2 or the LCQ on Saturday, and overall finishes will be based on the two motos on Sunday.


Gates open
Practice 9:00-3:00
8:15am riders meeting
8:15am riders meeting
Pit Bike Races TBD
8:30am Practice
8:30am Sight Laps
Motos 1 & 2
Motos 3 & 4
Racer X Theater 8:30pm
Race Awards


Gate fees:

$25.00 weekend admission (all 3 days)
$15.00 single day admission
$50 per day for vehicles arriving prior to Thursday.  The track is closed Mon-Wed, there is no riding, pit biking, pit vehicles, etc.  Parking will be assigned, check with MX207 staff before leaving vehicle.

Race Fees:

$70.00 for Amateur classes, $80.00 for the 250A & 450A for both days
Friday Practice fee $30

This will be an AMA Sanctioned event.
Riders who do not have an AMA Membership already will be able to get a temporary membership for $20.00.

Racer X Maine Event Entry Form:  Entry Form


Pit Vehicles

Golf carts will be allowed.  You must have a permit (available at the office for $10) and be a licensed drive.


Parking spots will be marked. Please arrive together if you wish to park together
Saving spots will not be allowed.

Sign Up

Sign up will be available Friday evening at the track from from 3:00pm-8:00pm, plus Saturday and Sunday morning from 6:30am-8:30am.  We recommend mailing in a pre-entry with a check made out to MX207.   Entry form will be posted by Thursday, August 17th.

Additional paperwork required for minors is available on the forms page.

The Racer X staff will be on-site with the cameras rolling all weekend, so make sure to keep the bikes clean and give those guys a wave and maybe you’ll see yourself or your child on the website or maybe even in the Racer X mag!  Also, we will again be setting up the projector for a live screening of the weekend’s highlights at 8:30pm Saturday evening by the staging area.  Make sure to stick around and join the fun.

The 250/450 A class will be competing for some serious cash, thanks to Loud Fuel Co. and other local shops and Businesses around here who’ve pitched in to help put on a show.  By the sounds of it, these will be two classes you WON’T want to miss.  We thank the sponsors; Cycles 128, Hutch Motorsports, Motorbikes Plus, Tory Hill Cafe, EJP Solutions, Federal Hill Home Theater, Factory Connection, and of course Loud Fuel Co. for having the same enthusiasm as the rest of us race fans and giving back to the sport.  Pay out will be based on over-all finishes from the 4 motos.  The purse is at $10,000.00 and continues to go up as the local support continues to get involved!





  1. Reply
    JS8 says:

    are the vet classes paying ? thanks

    • Reply
      Danny Stuart says:

      30+ A

  2. Reply
    Logen O'Dell says:

    Is it too late too pre enter and then send it in the mail

  3. Reply
    Robert Lockwood says:

    Is there a notary at the track to sign if we enter the day of the race ? We have 2 minors that will be racing this weekend at the Racer X event.
    Thank you

  4. Reply
    Motomadness17 says:

    Are there camping spots? If so is there any charge?

  5. Reply
    mike langan says:

    any contingency paying?

  6. Reply
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  7. Reply
    Lori says:

    Where can I find the race results from the RACER X event this past weekend at mx207??

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