Updated Track Design for Inaugural Lucas Oil JuniorMotoX

New Smyrna Beach, Florida. April 19, 2016 – After consultation with several of the racers, families and Jerry Masterpool, the JuniorMotoX track design has evolved to be more of a hybrid outdoor style layout with some Supercross type elements. Most amateur racers are focused on outdoor events at this point in the season and have their bikes setup for those types of obstacles so the layout allow for the use of typical MX suspension settings.

Jerry Masterpool has been working with the JuniorMotoX staff and created the new track displayed below to emphasize racing and safety at the same time. Masterpool will work alongside the highly acclaimed Schaefer Tracks crew to make this track a reality inside the Lazy E Arena.

The Lazy E Arena provides a very large floor and some of the best dirt on earth for dirt bike racing so the end result will be an epic race track. Add in the emphasis on riders that are 18 and under only and classes limited to bikes that are 250cc and under only and this will be a great event to expose the next generation of racers to the tighter racing found indoors.

The Track Map below provides a guideline of the plans but will likely change a little as the track crew makes the final tweaks.

JuniorMotoX 2016 Track Map V2 with logo

The revised JuniorMotoX track design will favor “outdoor” MX bike setup.

The Lucas Oil JuniorMotoX, presented by Monster Energy will also feature a live webcast of the Friday qualifiers and Saturday night main events, plus a feature show on MAVTV.

For the latest JuniorMotoX information or to register to enter, please visit: www.juniormotox.com/registration/

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