National Championship FAQs

How can I sign up for the Supercross Futures AMA National championship?
You must have qualified in order to register for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship. For more information on how you qualified, what class you qualified in, and a list of other competitors who have qualified, please go to
To register, please log into your Supercross Futures dashboard with your respective email and password. You can log in to your account HERE. Once you log in please select “View Events” and then choose National Championship.  You will only be allowed to register for the class you qualified in. You have until August 15th, 2019 to register for the National Championship.  After this date you will be removed, and your spot will be opened so that an alternate may fill in.

What if I am qualified but cannot make the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship?
If you are unable to compete or cannot make it to the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship, please email [email protected] with your regrets so we can provide your spot to an alternate. You have until August 15th, 2019 to register for the National Championship.  After this date you will be removed, and your spot will be opened so that an alternate may fill in.

How do I sign up to be an alternate?
Riders are only eligible as an alternate if they participated and qualified in that class during the 2019 Supercross Futures season. Alternates will be chosen in the order of their class finish at the event in which the qualified rider who declined invitation competed in.
For example:
Per qualification eligibility at Glendale event, 1st thru 3rd in all classes qualified for the National Championship. So, if any of the 1st thru 3rd place riders decline the invitation, then we would take the first alternate from that event, being 4th place.
Additional alternates may be chosen if there are no more alternates available in that class within that event. The additional alternate will be chosen from the event that has the highest total entry count. If the highest total entry count is the same in more than one event, then the first event within the Supercross Futures series with the highest total entry count will be the preferred event of which additional alternates will be chosen from.

What is your refund policy?
If for any reason, you have registered and then cannot attend, you must email [email protected]. Please state your name, the class you were competing in, as well as the reason for your refund request.The request will go through an approval process and you may or may not receive a full or partial refund. On October 1st, 2019 requests for refunds will be cut off.

What is the schedule for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship?
The Supermini Futures and 250 Futures class will race on Saturday October 19th. Yes, this is on the same day as the Monster Energy Cup and these classes will be part of the show! In past years, competing in the amateur classes of the MEC was invitation only however now, this is part of the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship and you must have qualified to compete in these classes.
The remaining classes will practice and compete on Sunday, October 20th and Monday, October 21st *Schedule subject to change*

If I am under 18 can I still race without my parents attending the race?
Yes, you can still compete at a race without your parent’s attending however, if your parent is not planning to attend, then the parent must download and submit legal guardian documentation from our website at If under the age of 18 your designated guardian MUST sign release forms and remain present with you (the minor) all day. Your guardian must present a valid driver’s license or valid photo ID. NO EXCEPTIONS.

After I register online, then what?

Here's the link to additional event information! You will also be receiving e-mails with instructions as we get closer to the event.


What is included in my rider entry fee?
*Competitor parking
*Gate fee
*Overnight parking (more information to be sent at a later date)
*Access to stadium seating (excluding Saturday’s event unless competing in the 250SX Futures and Supermini 2 class)

How can I buy tickets for my family and friends to come watch me race?
Spectator tickets may be purchased onsite or online for $50.00 and include entry to stadium and competitor parking October 20 – 21, 2019. There are no single day tickets. You can purchase your tickets online HERE.

How can I buy a mechanic's pass?
Mechanic's pass may ONLY be purchased onsite. A valid photo ID is required to purchase a mechanic’s pass.  Each rider is allowed one mechanic to accompany the rider through staging and in the designated mechanic’s area. A mechanic’s pass also allows you access to the pits as well as general admission during the Sunday and Monday's Supercross Futures event.  A designated rider/mechanic’s seating area will be assigned at the event. Mechanic’s passes are available for purchase onsite in the registration area for $50.00. Persons less than 16 years of age are not allowed in mechanic’s area. Please see section 2.1 in the Supercross Futures Supplemental Rulebook for additional mechanic paddock guidelines.