points accumulate per rider, not per class and they
are accumulated from year to year. Promotions to
the next classification are given at the conclusion
of each day’s events.
promotional points are awarded in the 50cc class, 65
Open, Jr. & Supermini, Women’s class, Open A/B/C,
50 Plus Open, Vet Open class and all Expert classes
except the Youth A class.
points are awarded to no more than the top five
minimum of six rider entries constitutes a class for
you earn the proper promotional points you must
advance to the next classification.
aware of your promotional points. MMS will
constantly update promotional points and attempt to
inform riders as they near promotion, but
ultimately, it is the rider’s responsibility to keep
track of his/her points and move up as soon as
points are met. Failure to do so may result in
disqualification and or suspension.
rider may freeze his or her promotional points after
the half way point of either series and remain in
that class for the remainder of that series. The
novice rider must inform the MMS immediately before
earning 25 promotional points. The amateur rider
must inform the MMS immediately before earning 100
promotional points (except 65cc B & 125 YB, 50
points). The rider must announce intention to
“FREEZE” before competing in another race! The
rider will remain “FROZEN” until the end of the
season, at which time he or she will be promoted to
the next higher classification.
rider who has frozen their promotional points will
continue to accumulate championship points.
reserves the right to demote a rider if he poses any
danger to himself or other riders or if MMS decides
he was promoted unjustly or erroneously in any other
series or district.
classification changes made within other
organizations must be reported in writing or email
to the MMS within 10 days of the change. Failure to
notify MMS within 10 days will result in a one
race day suspension.
do accumulate promotional points.