Lone Star Night Series
RACE RESCHEDULED to MAY 25 due to severe weather.
Please read more HERE.
2019 LONE STAR NIGHT SERIES
There will be Organized Practice offered on all race weekends!
Round 1 April 20
★ Round 2
May 18 RESCHEDULED TO MAY 25
★ Round 3 June 15
★ Rounds 4/5 July 6 DOUBLE POINTS!
★ Round 6 August 10
★ Round 7 August 24
★ Round 8 August 30 FRIDAY NIGHT RACING!
+ 28th Annual Texas Pro-Am Challenge
★ Round 9 October 5
★ Round 10 November 2 FINAL ROUND! Overall Awards will be given out.
* Must race in 7 of 10 rounds to be eligible for night series OVERALL AWARDS. If you race more than 7 rounds, your best 8 of 10 will count
November 2-3 Race Weekend Format:
+ Organized Practice – Saturday morning
+ 31st Annual Complimentary Thanksgiving Fall Fest Cookout – Saturday afternoon
+ Night Races and Night Series Awards – Saturday night
+ Texas Red Dirt Fall Classic Race + Vintage Classes – Sunday
+ Hero Cross Benefit Race – Sunday
+ Day Series Awards, Prizes, and Grand Prize Drawing – Sunday
+ 50 Years Celebration! – Sunday
As the oldest continuously running racetrack in Texas, we invite you to come and join us on November 3 as we celebrate 50 YEARS!!!
Weekend Schedule | May 25-26, 2019
Friday | May 24
Gate Hours: 7pm-11pm. Gates will be locked at 11pm, so please plan accordingly.
Early Registration: 8pm-9pm
Saturday | May 25
Gate Hours: 7am-11pm. Gates will be locked at 11pm, so please plan accordingly.
★ Organized Practice 9am-3pm
★ Lone Star Night Series | Round 1
Night Race Practice: 4:30pm (No late or clean bike practice)
Night races immediately following practice (around 6pm)
Sunday | May 26
Gate Hours: 6am
Sunrise Service: TBA
★ Texas Lone Star State Championship MX Series | Round 1
Practice: 7:30am (No late or clean bike practice)
Races following practice (around 9am)
★ Hero Cross Police vs. Fire vs. Military vs. Medical Benefit Race
Race: Moto 1= 11am | Moto 2= 1pm
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Saturday-Sunday: $20/Person ($10 after 8pm)
Sunday Only: $10/Person
★ Upon entry you will be charged for the entire weekend. If you leave early, you will receive a refund for the remaining days. (Ticket & gate receipt required for gate refund upon leaving.)
★ All persons entering the park will be charged a gate fee (includes racers, spectators, guests, etc.).
★ Front gate admission may be paid with cash, check, or credit card.
★ Children 5 & under are FREE!
Dry Camping: FREE!
RV Hookups: $30/day ($60/weekend) FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED (We currently have 14 spots available. More information HERE)
Organized Practice: $25/Rider
Race Entry: $30/Night Class | $35/Day Class
*Gate Admission and Race Registration accepts cash, checks, and credit cards.
We sell our RV spots for the season; all remaining unsold spots (13 spots) will be available FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED at each event ($30/day). No reservations will be made before the gates open for a race weekend. More info here: RV Hookups
All registration will take place on race weekends at the scoring tower using our touchscreen self-registration system. If you do not find yourself in the kiosk, or you are a brand new racer, you will need to fill out a paper entry form during registration so we can manually add you to our racing system for next time.
Save time on race day if you’re already in our racing system! We can add you beforehand so you can register yourself using the kiosk when you arrive! You may email us at email@example.com the needed information and we will get you added! (Submit by midnight on Friday, May 17.)
Rider’s date of birth
Bike number (must be a number, no “X”) / Bike brand / Bike cc (You will use your bike number to lookup your name in the kiosk.)
Emergency contact (Name & Phone number)
NO VALID RELEASE = NO RIDE! All riders under 18 years MUST have a parent present to sign a release. Or you may bring a NOTARIZED release signed by a parent.
AN UNACCOMPANIED MINOR WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO RACE UNLESS THEY HAVE A VALID CONSENT FORM. All minors attending this event without parents, must come with a NOTARIZED statement from parents or legal guardian giving permission for another adult to act as guardian to sign releases.
No memberships of any kind are needed to race on this weekend. Just show up, sign up, practice, and race!
★ Age Effective Dates: Amateur classes: January 1, 2019 | Vet classes: Day of event.
★ Age Minimum: Must be 14 to practice or race on a 250cc motorcycle | Must be 16 to practice or race on a 251cc+ motorcycle. ** Be prepared to show proof of age if requested. **
★ Awards: Every event: 1st – 5th Place | Series Overall: 1st – 8th Place.
★ Purse: Open Pro pay 200% per moto (100% if 6 riders or less)
★ All classes are considered modified.
Beginner Class Riders
Beginner is defined as a rider that has NOT competed in any form of motorcycle racing prior to January 1, 2018.
Beginner classes are for new riders to try racing to see if they like it. It isn’t a place to plan on winning a series championship. When a rider moves up in bike size, they CANNOT DROP BACK to a beginner class.
Swan MX Raceway Park reserves the right to place riders according to speed & ability. Riders will be advanced at our discretion and may be advanced throughout the year out of the beginner class, if necessary. Series points will not transfer from class to class.
Three 1st place finishes in a Beginner class = rider will be advanced
Four 2nd place finishes in a Beginner class = rider will be advanced
Or a combination of a total of four 1st & 2nd place finishes.
*Subject to class entry minimums at the discretion of Swan MX Raceway Park
★ Riding another class: Beginner riders may race another class, BUT if they place in the TOP 30% they will be moved out of the beginner class. (Top 30% based on 8 rider class minimum.)
★ Sandbagging: If it is determined that a rider is sandbagging, they will be immediately advanced and will lose any accumulated series points.
★ Series Tie Breaker: If a tie is recorded in the final point standings, the tie breaker will be the best finish in the last event that either or both riders attended in that series.
Championship Series Classes:
Updated: April 8, 2019
50 Beginner (4-8) 51cc 2S max or 90cc 4S max – Please read all Beginner Class criteria listed above to make sure you qualify.
50 (4-6) 51cc 2S max or 90cc 4S max (Junior bikes. No 59cc or 60cc engine kits.)
50 (7-8) 51cc 2S max or 90cc 4S max (Senior bikes. No 59cc or 60cc engine kits.)
50 Open (4-8) 51cc 2S max or 90cc 4S max
65-85 Beginner (7-11) 65cc-85cc 2S max or 110cc 4S max – Please read all Beginner Class criteria listed above to make sure you qualify.
65 (7-9) 65cc 2S max or 110cc 4S max
65 (10-11) 65cc 2S max or 110cc 4S max
65 Open (7-11) 65cc 2S max or 110cc 4S max
85 Beginner (12-15) 79-112cc 2S SW & BW or 75-150cc 4S SW & BW – Please read all Beginner Class criteria listed above to make sure you qualify.
85 (9-11) 79-85cc 2S SW or 75-150cc 4S SW (No BW)
85 (9-13) 79-85cc 2S SW or 75-150cc 4S SW (No BW)
85 (12-15) 79-85cc 2S SW or 75-150cc 4S SW (No BW)
Supermini 1 (9-12) 79-112cc 2S SW & BW or 75-150cc 4S SW & BW
Supermini 2 (12-16) 79-112cc 2S SW & BW or 75-150cc 4S SW & BW
Schoolboy 1 (12-16) 86-125cc 2S BW or 75-150cc 4S BW (No SW)
Schoolboy 2 (13-16) 100-150cc 2S BW or 126-250cc 4S BW (No SW)
125-650 Open Nov/Beg (C/D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
Amateur Open (B,C,D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S (No Pro (A) riders)
Collegeboy Open Amateur (16-24) 122cc+ 2S & 4S (No Pro (A) riders)
Two-Stroke Amateur (12+) 122cc+ 2S (No 4-Stroke; No Pro (A) riders)
Women 80-250cc 2S & 4S (No 450F)
Open Beginner 122-450cc 2S & 4S – Please read all Beginner Class criteria listed above to make sure you qualify.
250 Nov (C) 122-250cc 2S & 4S (No 450F)
250 Int (B) 122-250cc 2S & 4S (No 450F)
450 Nov (C) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
450 Int (B) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
Open Pro (A) 122cc+ 2S & 4S; 200% payback (100% if 6 riders or less)
25+ Open (A,B,C,D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
30+ Adv (A,B) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
30+ Amt (C,D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
40+ Adv (A,B) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
40+ Amt (C,D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
50+ Adv (A,B) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
50+ Amt (C,D) 122cc+ 2S & 4S
55+ Open 122cc+ 2S & 4S
Notes: 2S= 2-stroke 4S= 4-stroke SW= Small Wheel BW= Big Wheel
★ Water is available for washing bikes; bring your own power washer.
★ Friendly dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a leash at all times, even in your pit area.
★ PARENTS, PLEASE help us! Pit riding is allowed, BUT must be kept in 1st gear, and no riding in the grass.
★ Permitted pit vehicles include: Pit bikes, Golf carts, Side X Side, Scooters & bicycles with helmets.
All riders under 21 MUST wear a helmet when riding through the pits.
★ All permitted pit vehicles must be parked for the night by 10 PM.
★ Race day radio broadcast: 96.9FM.
1. Riders MUST be signed-up and have the correct practice sticker on their helmet before they get on the track.
2. If a rider experiences a mechanical breakdown or other problem that prevents them from riding the machine that they used in the first moto, they ARE PERMITTED to CHANGE to another machine provided they follow the guidelines below:
……….a. The machine must be legal for the class.
……….b. They must notify the registration tower immediately of the bike change and of any number change.
3. Emergency and track staff are the ONLY persons allowed within the track boundries while a race or practice is in progress. THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE AND WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED!! *50cc class parents are the ONLY EXCEPTION!
4. No Big Wheel bikes or Honda 150 4-Strokes allowed in the following 85cc age classes:
5. YELLOW Flag = NO PASSING and NO JUMPING (wheels on the ground). THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE & WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED!! (There is no red cross flag, so pay attention to the YELLOW FLAG!) *Minimal penality of docked positions
6. FIGHTING – Riders involved in fighting will be DISQUALIFIED for the event
7. NO PIT RACING – Speed limit of 1st gear while on the pit roads/grounds. No riding in the grass!
8. PRACTICE – Riding with the wrong practice group is grounds for disqualification.
9. CHECK YOUR RESULTS. The protest period is 20 minutes after results have been posted.
10. Rider MUST Cross The Finish Line UNASSISTED to be scored. If a rider experiences a mechanical breakdown or other problem that prevents them from riding their machine, a rider is allowed to push across the finish line in full view of the scorers through the checkered flag to be scored. It is the RIDER’S RESPONSIBILITY to notify the staff at the registration tower within the 30-minute protest period of the “push beside the finish” to be sure they were scored correctly.
*Penalties for any infractions will be administered at the discretion of Swan MX Raceway Park.
Racer Supporting Hotels:
Be sure to ask for your “Swan Racer’s Discount!”
★ Hampton Inn Lindale 903.882.1002
★ Age Effective: January 1, 2019
★ No membership of any kind is required to participate in this series.
★ All classes are considered modified unless specified.
★ Amateur Awards: 1st – 5th at each event (No trophies to Pros).
★ Overall Series Awards: 1st – 8th at Series Finale in November.
★ Rider must compete in a minimum of 7 events to be eligible for an Overall Night Series Award.
★ Best 7 of 10 events count for series points.
★ If you race more than 7 rounds, your best 8 of 10 will count.
★ All 7 events must be in the SAME class. If you change classes mid-season, your points will NOT transfer.
★ Rider MUST attend last round to receive Overall Series Award.
★ Pro Payback: Open Pro 200% per moto (100% if under 7 riders).
★ 2 Moto Format
★ Points Paid Overall using Point Scale: 1st=25 points, 2nd=22, 3rd=20, 4th=18, 5th=16, and minus one point scale from 6th place through 20th.
★ At the Series Finale in November, you may pick up your award soon after you have raced your 2nd moto.
★ To be able to pick up your Lone Star Night Series overall series award, you must show a valid photo ID. (Children must have a parent with a valid photo ID present to claim their prizes.)