Supercross Futures an AMA National Championship will resume in 2023. The championship will consist of 4 invitational qualifying rounds of the best riders in the world that race with A or B classifications. Supercross Futures National Championship will help develop elite level athletes while preparing them to make the next step into racing the world’s fastest professional riders.
Four Supercross events will serve as Premier qualifying rounds for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship. Athletes competing in the 250SX Futures Class will be awarded points towards their pro Supercross license based on their finishing positions at these Premier qualifying events. Fans will again be able to preview the next generation of talent as part of the Saturday Supercross race-day schedule.
Supercross Futures Premier Qualifying Events:
Rider selections will be chosen in conjunction with the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to develop a 30-rider field for each of the Premier rounds. The top five riders from each of those Premier events will earn an entry into the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship taking place at Round 17 of Monster Energy Supercross in Salt Lake City on Saturday, May 13 at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Here, the fastest amateur riders will compete for a coveted AMA National Championship.
Supercross Futures AMA National Championship
Events subject to change
The entry fee associated with a Supercross Futures Event is $150.00 per class. This entry fee covers the gate fee, parking fee, practice fee, and race fee. It also allows the rider into the pits,track access (at allotted times), and the venue spectating seating.
An AMA membership is required to compete in Supercross Futures and proof of membership must be presented at registration. AMA memberships are available here.
An AMA membership is required to be a mechanic in Supercross Futures and proof of membership must be presented at registration. AMA memberships are available online.
No, your mechanic will need to purchase a mechanics pass for $50 on-site. Each rider is allowed one mechanic to accompany the rider through staging and in the designated mechanic’s area at allotted times. A mechanic’s pass also allows you access to the pits. Persons less then 16 years of age are not allowed in mechanic’s area. Please see section 1.1 in the Supercross Futures Supplemental Rulebook for additional mechanic paddock guidelines.
The rider’s registration includes the riders event entry, pit pass and access to industry seating. Additional industry seating tickets (for friends, family, etc.) can be purchased on-site for $50.
Yes, all riders must check in on Thursday or Friday before Supercross Futures tech inspection
Yes, the Supercross Industry Services is the location for the Supercross Futures check in. A map including the location of the Services trailer will be located on our website at supercrossfutures.com
Riders or mechanics will need to bring the last four numbers of their frame number to pick up their competition packet which includes; Transponder, schedule of events, and practice sticker.
Yes, you will need to pickup your event transponder from the AMA truck during tech inspection on Friday from 8:30am-9:30am.
Helmet eject systems are mandatory and can be purchased onsite at either the AMA Truck or Alpinestars Mobile Medical Unit.
Event information is located on our website.
If you are invited to race and received a registration link, you must register prior to the registration deadline listed at www.supercrosfutures.com, in the 2023 Supercross Futures Premiere Supplemental Rulebook, section 1.1 general information, registration.
Refer to the Schedule of Events for Friday and Saturday at www.supercrossfutures.com for event day details.
Overnight camping is prohibited at venues. Parking within the paddock opens Thursday afternoon, factory teams are afforded parking prior to Privateer riders and Supercross Futures riders.
Parking in the pits is free for active pitting vehicles only (i.e. If it hauls your bike in it can stay). If you are bringing a motorhome it must be hauling a race bike which will be entered to race in that event (via trailer or hitch) in order to gain access to the paddock. Paddock placement is determined by Feld Motor Sports at its sole discretion. All other vehicles will need to be parked in general parking.
You may bring food and drinks to consume within the paddock, however you may not bring food or drinks within the stadium/arena. Additionally, all race personnel, riders, mechanics and anyone associated with riders and photographers must not consume or be under the influence of alcohol or drugs that could affect their normal mental or physical ability. Besides affecting the safety of the event, any such use is inconsistent with the concept of good sportsmanship and is harmful to the sport of motorcycling. Anyone found to be in violation of these policies is subject to disciplinary actions and can lead to forfeiture of AMA membership or event credential.
Still cameras are permitted at Feld Entertainment events, provided that they are non-professional cameras (lenses shorter than six inches) and the photos are intended for personal use only. No footage of our events, either still image or video, may be used for any purpose other than personal use.
The top 3 riders at each premiere event and the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship will receive a trophy at the podium at the conclusion of the 250 Futures Main Event.
For information on how to get your 250SX class license, please see section 3.1 of the Premier Supercross Futures Rulebook.
The top 5 non-qualified riders at each Premier event qualify for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship. A rider may compete in multiple events, however, the first event the rider qualifies in will be the only one the rider is advanced from. All riders will advance a position if another rider has already qualified in a different event.
Once a Premier event has concluded, the top 5 non-qualified riders are eligible to register for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship but must do so before the deadline for qualified riders to register. Once that deadline has passed, alternate riders become eligible to register until their deadline has passed. As an alternate, you will be notified prior to 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.
Refund requests must be put in writing and sent to [email protected] no later than seven (7) days before the event. Refunds will not be accepted after that deadline.
Registration check in for all Supercross Futures riders is Thursday or Friday before Supercross Futures tech inspection ends. All riders must check in with the AMA at the Industry Will Call trailer on Thursday or Friday morning. Visit www.supercrossfutures.com for event day schedule. If the rider is under the age of 18, their parent or guardian will need to accompany the minor through the Registration process. Please refer to the event information for a map showing where the Industry Will Call trailer will be located for rider check in.
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Beginning in 2023 the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship will provide coaches that are USMCA certified an exclusive opportunity to participate in on-track activities that are directly related to Supercross Futures.
These activities will include:
All coaches must check in at registration and be USMCA certified. Valid photo ID and a current USMCA certification is required to purchase.
For more information on USMCA certification:
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