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Future Star Fiesta – Saturday, May 1st

Moto 4 Kids Racing would like to invite our race familia to join us at Glen Helen Raceway on Saturday, May 1st at 6pm for a Future Star Fiesta Dinner! El Torito catering will be serving up their delicious taco plates for $10 each. Taco tickets must be purchased early to ensure head count. The deadline for purchase is end of day WEDNESDAY, April 28th.  We will have live music for all to enjoy. We hope to see you there! 

Fiesta Plate Includes: 3 Tacos, Rice, Beans, Chips & Salsa   Time: 6-7:30pm

Sunday, Sunday, Race Day Sunday!

Southern California’s premier racing facilities

6:00 am – Gates Open
7:00 am – Late Registration
8:00 am – Practice
9:30 am – Riders Meeting and Pre-Registration Awards

Future Stars > Minis: $40
(ride 2nd class for only $20)

Membership – $35
•2021 Race Membership
•Wienerschnitzel Combo Meal Card
•2021 Race Series T-Shirt
•Transponder Clip

ETimeIt Electronic Timing & Scoring Fee – $10
With each round of the Moto 4 Kids Racing Series we will use electronic timing and scoring. ALL Members/Riders are required to use a Transponder and pay a timing and scoring fee. Whether you own a personal Transponder or use one of ETimeIt’s units, this is a necessary fee required to register. In exchange for their transponder you will have to leave a credit card on file. If the transponder is not returned post race, a replacement fee for the full amount will be assessed.

Eligibility For End of Series Points
You must ride 4 of the 5 races to be eligible for Series Points. We will take your 4 best races for series end results, with your worst round result dropped after each event.

Refunds: Please email

Beginner Classes:
Beginner is an entry level class for those new to the sport.  Advancement will be at the discretion of the race officials. To participate in any “BEGINNER” class, you must have less than 1 year of racing experience. Beginner racers are limited to select classes as indicated in the class description as “Beginner” found on the registration page. Our goal is to grow this sport, so we reserve the right to move any racer up to the next class. We will attempt to get everyone in their proper class at the first race of the series. If this happens to you or your child, please understand it is a compliment, you or your child is better than you thought. “Sandbagging” will not be tolerated, we will attempt to provide fair competitive racing for everyone!  We encourage racers to race up in class, not down..

Rider’s Meeting:
Make sure to attend the rider’s meeting. The Rider’s Meeting will be immediately following practice. Race Operations will give you important information, and the race order will be announced post meeting. If there are any problems that have come up during practice, they will also be addressed. Race Operations will go over the scoring type (two-moto format) and how many laps in each race, as well as starting and race procedures. Following the rider’s meeting there will be a national anthem. Riders in the first three-motos will need to make their way to the staging area immediately after the meeting has concluded.

Race Staging:
Make sure to arrive at the staging area at least three-motos before your race. The Staging Manager will call riders for the first-moto based on pre-registration sign-up. Make sure to stay in order while making your gate selection. Second-moto gate selection will be based on the first-moto finishing results.

Start Procedure:
Make sure to watch the races ahead of your moto to learn the starting procedure. When you get up on the starting gate, leave your bike shut off until the white flag comes out for the class currently racing. If you are having problems starting your bike, let the starter know by waving your hand so that you receive 2-minutes to correct the problem. The starter will check down the line again to make sure all riders are ready. If all riders are ready, the gate will fall 10-15 seconds later.