The Vurb Classic has become a major motocross attraction for New England. Last year we saw competitors travel from as far South as Miami, Florida and as far West as Oregon. It’s the race with the most track prep, the most competition, and the best of times. It’s the race you don’t want to miss.
The Vurb Classic is a Saturday/ Sunday race (4 moto format) with an open practice on Friday from 10:00-3:00. Gates open for the weekend on Thursday at 4:00.
$25.00 weekend admission (all 3 days)
$15.00 single day admission
$75 for vehicles arriving before 4:00pm Thursday
$70.00 for Amateur classes, $80.00 for the 250A & 450A for both days
$35 for amateur classes, $40 for the 250A & 450A for single day entries
Friday Practice fee $30
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. CLASSES WILL BE CAPPED AT 45 ENTRIES. We will accept entries on a first come/ first serve basis. We recommend mailing in a pre-entry with a check made out to MX207. Entry forms are available for download here: Entry Form
Additional paperwork required for minors is available on the forms page.
The 250A and 450A classes will be competing for the $7,000 PRO PURSE. Pay out will be based on over-all finishes from the 4 motos.
The Vurbmoto 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! 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 Vurb guys will have their eyes open all weekend for who they feel deserves the FMF Power awards, and other prestigious awards so make sure to give it your all with a smile on your face. We’ve seen a lot of great competitors get public recognition for their determination, good sportsmanship, and raw speed in the past and we’re all very excited to see who’s going to go home with there awards this year! The King of the Classic will be up for grabs and as we’ve seen in the past, it’s anyone’s game right up to the very end of the weekend. The rider with the best moto finish throughout the weekend goes home The KING. Several riders enter a third class to better their chances at having as many wins under their belt as possible. It’s always interesting to see who’s in the running for this one. In years past, we’ve seen Austin Kapoukranidis and Owen Covell go home as “The King”. Who Will wear the crown in 2016?