Southwick Sunday oct 25

board of director nominations

Interested in serving on the NESC board of directors? The election meeting will be coming up soon so if you're interested in a position on the board please send us an email with your name and phone number.

NESC SCHOLARSHIP

The deadline to apply for the 2021 NESC Scholarship is November 1st!
Please send an application letter to the NESC if you've been a member for at least two years, have done at least ten races this year and are attending an accredited school.
The mailing address is:
NESC
PO BOX 609
North Berwick, ME  03906

NESC 2020 Series Finale, The Wick 338, Southwick, MA Sunday October 25th

Round 14 of the 2020 NESC championship series takes place in Southwick, MA at The Wick 338 in western Massachusetts, all riders are welcome on bikes 65cc and up, NESC members and one day riders.

Full championship points and promotional points.

Classes for bikes 65cc and up, riders 7 to 60+, abilities novice to pro with be run.

Early start times for southwick!!!

The sun is setting pretty early this time of year so things will be starting one hour earlier than normal this Sunday. Signup will open at 6AM Sunday morning, practice will be at 8AM and racing will start as soon as practice is over.

Online registration is live now

Save yourself from waiting in line on a chilly Sunday morning. Register online and pay for your race entries and gate fees as well as sign the release. When you get to the gate at the track you'll be checked in, given your wristbands and there will be no need to go to signup.

Race order for Southwick 10/25/20

Please check after practice for updates

C Class
1 40+ A/B/C
2 Super Mini
3 Open Novice
4 Open Amateur
5 Open Expert
6 450 C/50+ Open
7 250 B
8 450 Pro/A **
9 Youth C
10 Youth B
11 45+ Open/ 60+ Open
12 250C
13 450B
14 250 A/ Pro / Youth A **
15 85cc 9-11/12-15 yrs
16 30+ A/B/C
17 55+ Open/ Female
18 65cc
19 25+ A/B/C

exact change please

Please have the exact change at the gate and at signup.
Wrist bands at the gate 15.00
One day memberships 10.00
Transponder rental 10.00 (plus 200.00 refundable deposit)
First class 35.00
Second class 35.00
Each additional class 15.00

Schedule for this weekend at Southwick

Saturday, October 24th Gate opens 5PM-10PM

Saturday signup 5:30-7:00PM Overnight parking allowed for Saturday night

Sunday, October 25th Gate opens 5:30AM

NESC Championship MX - Sunday

Signup - Sunday 6-8:00AM

Practice - 8:00AM

Racing - Starts right after practice

Covid-19 rules

If you feel sick or IF YOU ARE SICK, PLEASE STAY HOME!
Mechanics must wear a mask at the starting line and you must have a mechanic's pass to be in that area. Please follow all social distancing and hygiene guidelines while on the property. Please maintain a six foot social distance or wear a mask when that's not possible.

carry in, carry out

PLEASE TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU. DUE TO COVID-19 WE CANNOT PUT TRASH CANS OUT. FIRES IN FIRE PITS OFF THE GROUND ONLY ARE ALLOWED

bike numbers and transponders!

Proper bike numbers are required at this race (and all NESC races) the track officials will be assisting the NESC officials in checking all bikes for the correct numbers. Riders without proper numbers on their bikes will not be allowed to race.

Transponders must be on your bike and fully charged for practice and your motos. Please charge them for the required amount of time before getting to the track. Transponders that are only charged for a short time will not last for a full race day.

this week's money classes

30+ A
250 Pro/A Combined
450 Pro/A Combined

this week's contingency

Yamaha, KTM, Husky, and Honda will be paying contingency money to riders on qualifying motorcycles

directions to Southwick

Located in Western Massachusetts, The Wick 338 is a short drive off Rt. 57 minutes from Rt. 91. Use the directions on this page if you've never been to the track before.

overnight parking

Saturday night parking will be allowed at Southwick

please help the checkers!

Your bike number needs to be the number you were assigned as a member of NESC, number plates need to be clearly marked, and If you’re a youth rider you need the “Y” visible on your number plates.

If you have a bike change you need to notify the track office. If you don’t notify the track office and you continue to race with incorrect bike numbers you will not be scored.

One day members need to ensure your rider numbers are clearly marked and an “X” needs to be visible on all plates.

Transponders: MUST be charged and transponder numbers must be correctly input and or verified during registration on race day. NESC only has a limited number of transponder to rent ( first come first sever)

If you go out in the wrong moto or are not registered in the moto you will not be scored

Transponder update! Subscription Updating!

Log into your MyLaps Connect account when activating your X2 transponder. If you are not logged into your account when you click the "Continue" button it will only be activated for the current weekend!

Note: the orange transponders will still work, please make sure those are charged and that your subscription is still active.
More info and ordering info is at Speedhive.

Update your transponder subscription here

no notary at the tracks

Please get any forms that need to be notarized, notarized before you get to the track since there will be no one there to do that.

NESC memberships online or by mail only!

Use this on-line form to renew your membership. Due to the Corona Virus we will NOT be doing memberships at the tracks! Families are able to use one form for multiple riders by clicking Yes when asked if they'd like to add a second, third, fourth rider.

If you'd prefer to mail in your renewal print out this form and mail it to:
NESC
PO BOX 609
North Berwick, ME 03906

transponder rentals

If you need to rent a transponder please print out this form and fill it out before coming up to rent your transponder. The fee is $10. per day (we have bike clips for sale at $10.) a $200 refundable deposit is required.



2020 rulebook online

The 2020 NESC rulebook is online now, the schedule page may still be updated. You can download the pdf version here

Rule update on communication devices

The NESC has decided to adopt the same standard as the AMA when it comes to electronic communication devices.
Use of electronic communication with the rider or use of a portable electronic device of any kind (i.e. digital music device) that would be considered a distraction while on the motorcycle during the meet is prohibited.

250 2-stroke legal for the Youth A class

We've updated the Youth A class bike rule for the Fall series, since that class runs with the Pros and Experts who can ride 250cc 2-strokes we'll now be allowing Youth A riders to ride them as well.
The bike regulations for the Youth B and Youth C classes have not changed.

Youth class age updates

In order to be more in line with the age requirements with other organizations we've changed the Youth Class age definitions for this season. Now whatever age you were on January 1st is your NESC age. This applies to all the Youth Classes from the 50cc up to the Youth A.

 

Mailing address:

NESC
PO BOX 609
North Berwick, ME  03906


Email address: Click here to email the NESC
   
2019 Board of directors

David Clemence President
Michael Degaetano/Jack Camelio Co Vice presidents
John Delgrosso Treasurer
Janice Majcher Secretary

  Click on any name highlighted in orange to send that person an email.
Senior Rider Reps:

Jason Hargreaves
Jason Allan
Bryan Cournoyer
John Majcher
Jack Courtney
Andrew Rossi
Kenny Robertson

   
Alternate Rider Reps:

Dennis Fazio
Tyler Faulkner
Jack Flanagan
Thomas Lanphear
Brittani Majcher
Josh Pyron
John Silvia

   
Competition Committee: Deborah Genereux
Ruthie Pepoon



Did you know...

Did you know that the NESC is a non-profit corporation? The NESC runs off only the funds collected from membership fees (either full year or one day) and the transponder rental fees.
The NESC does not make money from the race entries and gate fees at the races.
Did you know that one dollar from every entry goes into the Tom Timonen Fund that is in place to help riders injured in NESC races?

The NESC Scholarship program.

This fund awards $2,000.00 annually to college students meeting NESC requirements.
Eligibility requirements: Must be a NESC member for at least two years in good standing and a full time student at a fully accredited college, university, or technical school. Rider must have attended at least 10 NESC races in the current year.
Application process:
Compose a cover letter to NESC requesting consideration for the NESC Scholarship program; naming the college/course of study you plan on attending.
A copy of your final grades from the most recent term.
A letter from your college registrar’s office confirming acceptance to the school.
Please send the above requirements by November 1st; we will make the decisions for awards just prior to the annual banquet. Deadline to apply is November 1st of the current racing year. Please send your information to:
NESC
PO BOX 609
North Berwick, ME 03906

NESC on Facebook

Like the NESC page on Facebook to see last minute updates and other important info.

100% plus payback ten spots in the Pro/Expert motos

Not 3, not 5, but all the way back to tenth place*! No New England series pays out what the NESC races pay out. *Riders must place in the top ten of a moto (combined expert and pro to win cash). Expert class riders are also eligible for trophies in their class.

Address changed?

If you have changed your address this year, please notify the NESC by email ASAP.

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Sponsor

FXR, the official sponsor of the NESC 2020 season

Need some new gear to start the season off with a fresh look? Take a look at what FXR has to offer and see why more and more riders are switching to FXR

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Event

2020 Championship Series finale at Southwick

The weather looks great for racing again this Sunday!

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Official nesc merch

Lots of cool T-shirts, hoodies, mugs and more to choose from, grab a cool gift for your favorite racer!

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Sponsor

Craftsman tools

For the second year in a row Craftsman tools kicked in a bunch of prizes for our Awards Banquet, one of them being this giant mechanics tool chest which was won by Jeff Martel, on the left with Jason Hargreaves

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