AMA TEXAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES QUALIFYING RULES;
Each district will produce one Texas AMA District Champion every year in each class.…
The top riders which accumulate the most points in each qualifying series will be the AMA District Champions and the top 16 will move on to the AMA Texas State Championship Final (top 8 in District 42). All riders must qualify at the appropriate races in their home district to move on to the State Championship Final. Riders from any district or state may compete at all qualifiers all over the state but will be eligible for qualifying points only in their home district (determined by address of residence). Out of state riders must choose one district in which to accumulate points and call their “home” district. All riders will want to race all rounds in their district to earn as many points as possible.All rounds that riders compete in count towards their point accumulation.
The top five riders which accumulate the most points at the end of each district series will receive overall awards and contingency for that district.
Riders must compete in at least 4 of the 6 rounds and be at the final round in district 41 to be eligible for overall awards and contingency. (3 of 5 in District 20, 2 of 3 in District 42)
All riders will want to race all rounds to earn as many points as possible.
AMA Texas State Championship Final is a 2 day race format with practice on Friday.
Awards for 1st through 5th presented at each district race. AMA District Series overall awards 1st through 5th place presented at the final round in each district. Must be present at the final round to receive overall awards and contingency.
$40 per class race entry for District races, $50 per class entry for Texas State Championship Final.
$15 per person weekend gate fee for district racing.
$10 camp fee per vehicle per day, RV hook up offered at some facilities.
Saturday Practice fees vary per venue.
AMA membership required and available at these races.
PROTEST FEES AND PROCEDURES
1. The following protest fees shall apply at all rounds:
a. Visual Protests: $100 per item or component protested
b. Technical Protests: $100 per item or component protested
c. Plus the following if applicable:
i. Tear down Fees: $200 Two-Stroke/$500 Four-Stroke
ii. Required Engine Removal: $100
iii. Fuel Test Deposit: $325
d. Administrative Protests: $100 per incident
2. In the event of a technical protest involving a teardown or removal of the engine from the frame, the protested rider may elect for the inspection to occur either before or after the final moto involving the protested machine. In the event the inspection is made after the final moto, the machine will be impounded between motos and/or the engine sealed pending the inspection.