Basic Rules

The 2017 SE Quads Southern Championship Series will afford each rider 2 “drops” of the 12 round schedule. This means that the riders’ best 10 finishes (in each class) of the 12 rounds will count toward championship points. Riders must compete in a minimum of 6 events to accrue championship points and be considered for year end awards. Riders must compete in 9 events to be consider for participation product awards. If we incur more than 1 rain out that cannot be rescheduled this number will be decrease by 1 for every other rain out.

 

All quads MUST pass Tech Inspection!

 

Tech Inspection requirements are:

-Number plates with matching numbers on front bumper & rear bumper (EVEN IF YOU HAVE NUMBERS ON YOUR GRAPHICS YOU MUST HAVE A NUMBER PLATE ON FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS)

-Nerf bars with nets

-A working kill switch with tether cord attached to the rider is required (vendors will be on hand with these in stock)

-Cotter pins in all 4 wheel hub nuts

-Meet a 50” maximum width requirement. (To be checked by riding quad through a 50” spreader bar)

-Over the ankle boots

-Long sleeve shirt

-Long pants

-A Snell/DOT certified helmet

 

All skill levels are at the discretion of SE Quad officials to remove a rider from their current class and place them in a class of their skill level. The rider will be allowed to take 100% of accrued points with them if forced to move to a higher skill level within their first 3 races of attendance (this DOES NOT mean within the first 3 rounds.) In the event a rider is moved up in skill level he will receive last place position in the skill level class he or she is advanced to for that event. Each rider from the class he or she is moved from will advance one position with his absence for that event. 

 

If a rider chooses to advance themselves to a higher skill level they may do so at any point during the season. The only exceptions to this rule are:


-No rider may advance from any skill level class into the Pro/Expert class at any point and be allowed to carry any points with them. 
-Riders choosing to advance to a higher skill level will be allowed to carry 75% of their points with them if they do so within their (that said rider’s) first 4 races of the series. After said rider’s 4th race they will receive no points on advancement.

If a rider seeks to move down a skill level then a written request to SE Quads will be required within a minimum of 7 days prior to the next event.

 

 

 

SEQRA Membership is required at registration to sign up to race. The cost is $40.00 per year

 

Series banquet will be held after the series is complete and will be at a predetermined venue. Tickets will be sold and must be purchased in advance. Tickets will be available mid season.

Class Definition

 -Pro-Am: 201cc-Open. This is our premier class. If a rider has an overall finish high enough to receive a monetary payout, the check can be made out to an SEQRA sponsor or the rider's sponsor if necessary. This way the rider is not accepting money from a race. Riders must be 16 years or older on the date of the event to participate in this class. Expert riders cannot compete in any classes other than Pro Sport and Age classes that meet the same requirements.

 

-Pro Sport: 201cc-Open, riders must be 16 years of age or older before the series finale.

 

-Open B: 201cc-Open, riders must be 15 years of age or older before the series finale.

 

-Open C: 201cc-Open, riders must be 14 years of age or older before the series finale.

 

 -Open D: 201cc-Open, riders must be 13 years of age or older before the series finale.

 

-College (16-24): 201cc-Open, riders must be 16 years of age before the series finale but not turn 25 years of age before the series opener.

 

 

-Junior (25+): 201cc-Open, riders must be at least 25 years of age before the series finale to participate.

 

-Veteran (30+): 201cc-Open, riders must be at least 30 years of age before the series finale to participate.

 

-Senior (40+): 201cc-Open, riders must be at least 40 years of age before the series finale to participate.

 

-Women (14+): 201cc-Open, riders must be female and must be 14 years of age or older before the series finale.

 

-Youth Mod (12-15): 85-240cc for 2 stroke engines, 350cc max for 4 stroke engines.This is our Modified or Hybrid class. Riders must be 12 years of age before the series finale but not turn 16 years of age before the opening round. If an SE Quads official deems that a rider is too skilled or advanced to compete in this class then that rider may be forced to compete in a more advanced class.

 

-Youth Unlimited (8-14): 200cc max for 2 stroke engines, 250cc max for 4 stroke engines. May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, and shocks. Altering of shock mounts and suspension geometry is allowed. Internal engine modifications and aftermarket carbs are also allowed. Riders may compete in this class as long as they are within the max cc limit, turn 8 years of age before the series finale but not turn 15 years of age before the opening round.

 

-Girls (8-14):  (Production Bikes. No Hybrids) 70-200cc max for 2 stroke engines, 300cc max for 4 stroke engines. May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, and shocks. Riders must be female, must turn 8 years of age before the series finale but not turn 15 years of age before the opening round.

 

-90 Open Senior (12-14): 70-90cc 2 Stk-125cc 4 Stk.  May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, shocks and suspension mods. May have internal engine modifications and aftermarket carb, not to exceed max cc limit. Riders may compete in this class as long as they turn 10 years of age before the series finale but must not turn 14 years of age before the opening round.

 

-90 Open Junior (8-11): 70-90cc 2 Stk-125cc 4 Stk  May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, shocks and suspension mods. May have internal engine modifications and aftermarket carb, not to exceed max cc limit. Riders may compete in this class as long as they turn 8 years of age before the series finale but must not turn 12 years of age before the opening round.

 

-70 Open (6-10): 50-70cc  May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, shocks and suspension mods. May have internal engine modifications and aftermarket carb, not to exceed max cc limit. Riders may compete in this class as long as they turn 6 years of age before the series finale but must not turn 11 years of age before the opening round. 70 Open riders may run an altered course and fewer 1 lap less than amateur classes depending on the skill level of the venue.

 

 -50 Open (4-8): 00-50cc  May have aftermarket pipe, wheels and tires, shocks, and suspension mods. Riders may compete in this class as long as they do not turn 9 years of age before the opening round. 50 Open riders will run an altered course and 1 lap less than amateur classes.

 

 

 

**** All Pro-Am motos will be based on a 10 min +1 lap moto time. Laps will change per venue depending on what average lap times are. Pro-Am will always run a minimum of 5 Laps****

**** All Pro-Sport motos will be 5 laps****

**** All Amateur Classes will run 4 laps****

**** All Youth Classes will run 4 laps with the exception of 70 Open and 50 Open. . 70 Open riders may run an altered course and fewer 1 lap less than amateur classes depending on the skill level of the venue but most likely will always run 4 laps. . 50 Open riders will run an altered course and 1 lap less than amateur classes on tracks with larger jumps and terrain that is impassable for this class****

 

 PRACTICE ORDER

1) Open C, Open D, Women

2) Pro Sport, Open B

3) Collage, Junior, Veteran, Senior

4) 50 Open, 90 Open Junior 

5) 90 Open Senior, Youth 4 Stroke 15 Under

6) Youth Unlimited, Girls 

7) Youth Mod 

8) Pro-Am