Sprint Enduro Format

 The District 4 Sprint Enduro Rules and format uses a simple and easy to understand format. All riders will ride one or more test loops each between 2 and 7 miles long and may consist of various terrain including woods, motocross, man-made obstacles, grass tracks, and other off-road terrain. The number of tests will be determined by promoter. Riders will be informed on the number of sections or tests that they must complete in a certain amount of time. Riders simply go from the pit area to a waiting zone and from there head to the start area to begin each test. Riders start on the top of every minute, with a maximum of 4 riders per minute. Once a section is completed it’s back to the waiting area. When the rider is ready to complete their next test they can do so at any time on the top of any minute that has a spot available. All District 4 Sprint Enduros do NOT require a headlight or taillight. 

Class Structure

⦁    AA Open
⦁    A light 1cc-250cc (ECEA A 250)
⦁    A Open 251cc+ (ECEA A Open)
⦁    A Senior 40+ Open
⦁    A Sup SR 50+ Open 
⦁    B light 1cc-250cc (ECEA B 250) 
⦁    B Open 251cc+ (ECEA B Open)
⦁    B Senior 40+ Open
⦁    B Sup SR 50+ Open
⦁    C light 1cc-250cc (ECEA C 250)
⦁    C Open 251cc+ (ECEA C Open)
⦁    C Senior 40+ Open 
⦁    C Sup SR 50+ Open
⦁    Masters 60+ Open
⦁    Women Open
⦁    Schoolboy 12-16 Open 

Race Order/Times

 10:00 a.m. with 2 hours to complete event 
⦁    C light 1cc-250cc
⦁    C Open 251cc+ 
⦁    C Sup SR Open
⦁    C Senior Open
⦁    Masters Open
⦁    B Sup SR Open
⦁    Women Open
⦁    Schoolboy Open (12-16)

1:00 p.m. with 3 hours to complete event 
⦁    AA Open
⦁    A light 1cc-250cc 
⦁    A Open 251cc+
⦁    A Senior Open
⦁    A Sup SR Open 
⦁    B light 1cc-250cc 
⦁    B Open 251cc+ 
⦁    B Senior Open 

AMA Rulebook pdf

AMA Racing Rulebook, Section 2.5, I, pg 99-100

 

I. Sprint Enduro

1. A Sprint Enduro follows the rules for enduros with the following exceptions. There is a time limitation to complete the required test section or tests. Test sections will be 2-7 miles in length and may consist of various terrain including woods, motocross, man-made obstacles, grass tracks, and other off-road terrain.

2. All loops must be run in consecutive section order.

3. Riders will be informed on the number of sections or test that they must complete in the allowed time. OFF-ROAD 2.5 100

4. The riders test times will be recorded at the end of each test section, in minutes and seconds and at the end of the event all test scores will be totaled up and the lowest score wins. 5. In the event of a tie, the tied riders last test score will break the tie. If there is still a tie, the first rider with better time in the next preceding test wins.