How do I pre-register?
Go to www.supercrossfutures.com to pre-register.
How much is an entry?
The entry fee associated with a Supercross Futures Event is $105.00 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.
Am I required to be an AMA Member to register and race?
Yes. You are required to be an active AMA member to pre-register online. You can follow the link: https://fs4.formsite.com/AMARacing/form109/index.html For those registering on site; we sell annual memberships on site for $49.
Does my event registration include a pit pass?
The rider’s registration includes the rider’s pit pass.
Is mom/dad’s entry included in youth race fees?
No, a rider’s entry fee (both youth and adult) covers that rider’s pits, track access (at allotted times), and the venue spectating seating. 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 Supercross Futures event. You may purchase additional spectator tickets (for friends, family, etc) on site at the box office, on-site registration tent, or online at supercrossfutures.com. The spectator ticket allows the purchaser access to the pits and the spectator seating within the venue.
Does my registration include a pit pass for my guest?
No. You may purchase additional spectator tickets (for friends, family, etc) on site at the box office, on-site registration tent, or online at supercrossfutures.com. The spectator ticket allows the purchaser access to the pits and the spectator seating within the venue. You may purchase a mechanics band on site at registration. Each rider is allowed one mechanic. A mechanics band will allow the mechanic access to the pits, to spectator seating within the venue and track access at allotted times.
Is my mechanic’s pass included in entry?
No, your mechanic’s pass must be purchased for an additional $30.00 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 Supercross Futures event. A designated rider/mechanic’s seating area will be assigned at each event. Mechanic’s passes are available for purchase onsite in the registration area. Persons less then 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
How can I buy tickets for my family and friends to come watch me race?
You may purchase additional spectator tickets (for friends, family, etc) on site at the box office, on-Site registration tent, or online at supercrossfutures.com. The spectator ticket allows the purchaser access to the pits and the spectator seating within the venue.
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 supercrossfutures.com. 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.
Can I sign up for a different skill level if my class is full?
To be eligible to race in any of the Supercross Futures classes riders must be age and skill appropriate to the class they will be competing in. If you are unsure of your skill status please contact the AMA.
Do I still have to check in Saturday if I pre-entered?
Yes, you must check in on the Saturday before the event. Please visit our website at supercrossfutures.com for schedule and event information.
Where will I find event information?
Event information is located on our website www.supercrossfutures.com on our home page, scroll down till you find the event in question, Click on the tab “Event Information”. Additional information will be posted here leading up to the event. If signed up for a race, you will receive an event information email 2 weeks and 1 week prior to the race. Additionally, the day of the event you may receive text alerts in reference to changed event information. You can update your phone information within your rider registration profile. Standard text and data rates may apply.
Is it too late to pre-register?
We accept pre-registrations until 11:59 pm EST the Tuesday before the event.
Is Supercross Industry Will Call and Supercross Futures on-site registration the same?
No, these areas provide separate services. As a pre-registered rider, you must check in on the Saturday before the event. The Supercross Futures registration tent will be located on site. A map including the location of the registration tent will be located on our website www.supercrossfutures.com. Click on the tab “Event Information” which will lead you to our list of respective events.
What time is registration?
Saturday Registration times are subject to change. Saturday registration is from 11:00am - 5:00pm. There will be NO registration on-site Sunday morning. Rider registration, signup information, and associated costs are available online at www.supercrossfutures.com
What time should I be at the venue?
Saturday registration is from 11:00am to 5:00pm on Friday and Saturday. Pits /Paddock parking opens Sunday morning at 5:00 AM. (times are subject to change)
Can we camp?
Overnight parking is prohibited at venues. Parking within the paddock opens Sunday morning 5:00am. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis.
Does it cost to park?
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 bike (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.
Can I bring food and beverages to the event?
You may bring food and drinks to consume within the paddocks, 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.
Will there be a professional photographer at the event? And how can I purchase photos?
Yes, there will be a group of professional photographers taking photos which will be available for purchase at the event. Look for the Mad Moose trailer on site to purchase your memorable photos! You can also purchase your photos after the event online at https://www.madmoose.media
Can I take photos of my rider at the event?
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.
How far back do you trophy?
All classes with trophy 1st through 10th with the exception of the Open A Class. The Open A Class will pay back 100% of entry fee money for that class.
How do I qualify for the championship round?
The top 3 finishing riders in each class from each event will 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 one the rider is advanced from. All riders will advance a position in their class if another rider has already qualified out of that class in a different event. The riders highest finishing position throughout all the events determines their heat race gate pick for the Supercross Futures AMA National Championship.
What does it mean to be an alternate?
When a class reaches its class cap, a list of additional riders (alternates) will be listed to replace the spot of a competitor if and when that competitor does not attend the event. Alternates will be chosen in the order of when they registered on a “first come first serve” basis. Feld Entertainment reserves the right to make exceptions to this method of replacement due to an alternate’s unique circumstance and as such, we will not disclose what alternate rank you are. As an alternate, you will be notified prior to the event whether or not you have been chosen to replace a rider.
What is your rider entry refund policy?
You can request a refund through your rider dashboard. Log onto your account, go to My Events, then edit/unregister class. Follow the steps and you will receive a full refund. You have until the Tuesday before the event to request a full refund. After the refund cut-off date, you will have up until 1 week post event to request a refund. Please send your refund request to [email protected] including the event, the class, the rider’s name, and the reason for your request. Your refund request will then be reviewed and either accepted or declined.
What to expect at a Supercross Futures Event:
Here is what to expect at the registration check in which occurs on the Saturday prior to an event;
All riders must check in at registration on Saturday. If the rider is under the age of 18, their parent or guardian will need to accompany the minor through the Registration process. Registration is open from 11am to 5pm. The first 350 who check in to registration onsite receive a free Supercross Futures patch!
Most often registration will be in a tent or building on the outskirts of the stadium property or adjacent to the stadium property. Check out your event information for venue maps and locations of registration. If you end up in Supercross parking, you’ve gone too far. Be sure to keep an eye out for the signs that say SUPERCROSS FUTURES REGISTRATION, pointing you in the right direction.
Once you reach the Registration staging lot, follow instructions on where to appropriately park. Please be aware that this staging lot is temporary parking- there is no camping, long term or event parking permitted in this lot.
First, you will need to rent a transponder. Rentals are $10 for the day, plus $100 deposit on a major credit card. Transponders must be returned at the end of the day to avoid any penalty fees. If you own a MyLaps transponder, you will still need to register your transponder to be scored at the event.
To expedite your check in process, please be sure your AMA membership is current on the day of the event. If you need to renew or purchase an AMA membership, you will be able to do so onsite.
You will then move onto our kiosk station where you will swipe your AMA card or manually enter your Supercross Futures registration account to verify the classes you are pre-entered for. At this point, you can add any additional classes, pending there are open spots available. Once reviewed and confirmed, a receipt will print which you will then take to the Registrar and Event release station. Sign the electronic event release, pay for additional classes added, receive your rider wristband and mechanic credential voucher.
Give this voucher to your mechanic- this allows them to purchase a mechanics wristband at the Mechanic Band station for $30.00. Every mechanic must be 16 years of age or older. Each rider is allowed one mechanic to accompany them to the starting gate and stand in the designated mechanic’s area during their race.
Spectator tickets will also be sold in Registration, on Saturday, for the Supercross Futures event. The ticket allows access to the pits and the spectator seating within the venue.
Once finished with the Registration check in process, please return to your vehicle and depart from the parking lot to allow room for other competitors to park and check in.
On Sunday morning, parking will start at 5am. Again, please refer to the venue map to verify where competitors will enter the parking area. Parking staff will get you parked as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you want to park with friends, be sure to be in line with them as we will not be able to special accommodations as vehicles are flowing into the parking area.
Track walk will take place at 7:15am and is only for riders and mechanics. At 7:30am, there will be a brief rider’s meeting to cover on-track procedures and allow riders to ask any questions before on-track activities commence. Practice will begin at 8am and the stadium will be open to spectators with tickets at 8am as well.
We will run through the practice order one time for all classes. Please get to the staging line early to be sure you practice with your class.
Once practice is complete, we will begin heat races for each class. Some heat races will determine gate selection for the main event while other heat races, in some classes, will be a qualifier for the main event. Those riders that do not qualify out of the heat race will have an opportunity to race a Last Chance Qualifier or LCQ to earn their spot in the main event.
We will generally take a break after all heat races and LCQ’s are completed. After the break, we will run the main events for each class. Again, we urge you to pay attention to the race order and get to the staging area early to get called to the gate.
We will be awarding trophies from 1st through 10th in each trophy paying class. Trophies will be distributed 30 minutes after each main event.
Is it too late to pre-register?
We accept pre-registrations until 11:59 pm EST the Tuesday before the event. After the deadline, you will have to register on site.
How do I ask more questions about Supercross Futures?
E-Mail [email protected]