Registration for our Flat Track & TT Challenge and Vintage and Hooligan Races in March is NOW OPEN. You can register at:…/1FAIpQLSdDl1gxRxDVCSEhhL…/viewform

Registration is $60 for Pro, $40 for 1st adult class, $25 for second class, $30 for classes up to 80cc paid at the gate.

March 14-17 is the inaugural Flat Track & TT Challenge at The Fred Hall Shows Central Valley Sports show in Bakersfield! Don’t miss this huge motorcycle event with Flat Track & TT racing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday presented by Valley Cycle & Motorsports plus Hooligan and Vintage Racing on Sunday presented by Bakersfield Harley-Davidson
Registration and scoring will be handled by DRT Racing
Thanks to our sponsors:
Fred Cummings Motorsports
Adventure Center Powersports
Coastline Equipment
Casa Munoz
Event Details
All classes will run a Qualifier on the oval, (pro’s will do a timed session with transponders)
Oval Main Event
Super TT Main Event ( with front brakes)
Lowest score from finish takes overall for class
Tentative schedule
Thursday Evening
3 PM – 8 PM – Practice
Friday Camping and Pit move-in
10 AM – 4 PM – Flat and TT School, Instructor TBA
4 PM – 8 PM – Open Practice and Registration
Saturday & Sunday Race Day Schedule
8 AM – Practice
10 AM – Race
Sunday Swap Meet
6 AM – 1 PM – Swap Meet (6 AM Gates Open)
Sunday Harley Ride from breakfast to event, location TBA
Pre-Registration through DRT Racing Inc . com, no fees required, pre-registration order will determine grid for qualifier.
50 Beginner
50 Expert
65 Beginner
65 Expert
85 Beginner
85 Expert
250 Beginner
250 Intermediate
250 Expert
Vet 35+ (open cc displacement)
Vet 45+ (open cc displacement)
Vet 55+ (open cc displacement)
Open Amateur
Open Pro $$$
Run What You Brung (open traction / open cc)
Hooligan (street production, 750+cc, no front brakes for oval)
Supermoto (open cc, 16″, 16.5″ & 17″ rims, rain or grooved slicks OK)
Vintage – up to 400cc, pre 1982
Vintage – 400cc+, pre 1982
Quad Amateur (knobbies OK)
Quad Expert
Razor 170’s
Open Framer

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