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March 2, 2019 – Blackshear, GA – During the second test of racing during today’s event, course conditions deteriorated to the point where the Full Gas track crew was forced to re-route multiple points of the enduro test mid-race. Unfortunately, these changes were made during the middle of the race and because of that some riders were able to take advantage of the shorter re-routes while others were not, and in some cases were stuck for substantial amounts of time that riders in the class didn’t have to endure. Due to these facts, and pursuant to the AMA rulebook (see below) the decision was made to throw this test out for the amateur classes. Unofficial results with these changes are now posted online at results.sprintenduro.com for review.
In a similar set of circumstances, in the 4thtest of the day, the Pro-Am class encountered multiple pieces of the track where course markings had been torn down which caused multiple riders to end up off track and on parts of the track that had been cut out from re-routes after the first enduro test. Course workers were able to correct these issues before any other classes were affected and because of this, only the Pro-Am class will have results dropped from the 4thtest.
19. If a timing device is discovered to be inaccurate by five or more seconds, or if any timing device fails, that check station will be considered an observation check only. If an error in mileage, time or placement of a checkpoint, scoring irregularities or course irregularities occurs, the check must not be adjusted and will be used only as an observation check. Missing an observation check is the same as leave ng the course.AMA Off-Road Rulebook, Off-Road 25 D.19
Hickory, NC (January 23, 2019) – The KENDA Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series and FXR are excited to announce FXR as the exclusive racing gear sponsor of the 2019 racing season.
FXR’s roots are in snowmobile racing but in the last few years the innovative gear company has made a massive push into motocross, supercross, and off-road racing in North America and will be supporting many pro and amateur racers alike who will be competing in the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series.
“I’ve watched as FXR has made its presence known in the off-road world and kept an eye on their awesome looking product as more and more racers began wearing it at our events. When the opportunity arose for us to make a new relationship for our official gear sponsor FXR was the first company that I reached out to. Their gear is of amazing quality in both materials and design and Andy and his crew understand how important it is to support both racers and series at a grass roots level, all things that we’re obviously huge fans of,” said series founder, Jason Hooper.
“I am really excited to have this opportunity to support such a great program as the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series. FXR builds great product and partnering with the series only seems like a natural fit for us. We look forward to seeing growth in the sprint enduro scene here in North America and we’re happy to be along for the ride,” added FXR’s Brand Manager, Andy White.
The 2019 KENDA Full Gas Sprint Enduro Season kicks off February 9thand 10th, at GTR Complex in Gaston, SC where FXR will be the presenting sponsor of the event. Racers and fans are both encouraged to stop by the FXR display which will be located next to rider registration to check out the 2019 FXR lineup.
For more information on FXR visit them online at fxrracing.com.
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For the 2019 season, the Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series announces the following rule changes for the Pro, Pro2, newly-formed Pro-Am, Open, and Juniors A/B classes.
The Pro class will continue to be an open displacement class in 2019. Pro2 will become a displacement class with a maximum displacement limit of 250cc.
The addition of the all-new Pro-Am class, an open displacement class, will have lesser restrictions on rider eligibility and will allow up-and-coming, and local pro riders, the ability to compete for a Full Gas podium. The Pro-Am class will feature 100% payback and will be included in the post-race podium along with Pro, Pro 2, and Women’s Pro. Two drops will be given for the Pro-Am championship points.
The minimum displacement for all Open classes has been dropped from 251cc to 250cc.
For 2019, the Juniors A/B 12-17 class will see an increase in the allowed bike size from 200cc to 250cc. The Junior C 12-17 class will remain with a limit of 100cc-200cc.
In addition to class points, overall series points will be calculated for the 2019 championship season. No drops will be given for overall championship points.
See below for complete rider eligibility for these aforementioned classes or click here to view the complete series rules.
- Previous 5-year World, National, or Regional Pro Class Champions
- Any rider placing in the top-10 overall in the previous year of FGSE, GNCC XC1 or XC2, NEPG or any other National or World Championship Off-Road Series
- Current Pro Motocross or Supercross License holders
- Any “local” pro or AA riders, NEPG Pro2 Riders, GNCC XC2 riders who finished outsidetop-10 in points
- Top-5 overall from previous year FGSE Open A / Lites A points are eligible, but not required to race Pro-Am.
- Pro Class: 122cc-Open
- Pro 2 Class: 122cc-250cc (2-stroke or 4-stroke)
- Pro/Am Class: 122cc-Open
- All Open classes (Open A, Open B, Open C): 250cc-Open
- Juniors A/B 12-17: 122cc-250cc (2-stroke or 4-stroke)
- Juniors C 12-17: 100cc-200cc (2-stroke or 4-stroke)