NEWS!

3/10/2024
Hello all,
With the recent notification that both the Las Vegas and Fernley rounds of the IVMX Championships have been canceled, that creates a change in the number of races that will be scored for determining the overall class champion for 2024.
Per the rules, your top six finishing results will be used for calculating the high point champion this year.
Good luck, everyone!

XI. SCORING SYSTEM

A. A rider must ride at least three International Meets, in at least two (2) of the three (3) zones (total of three
races) to receive the number one through ten plate for his class. The total number of events scored for the year
for determining overall finishing position will be based upon the number of events held as follows:

Events               Counted For Championship
15/14:                         8
13/12:                         7
11/10:                         6
9/8:                             5

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New for 2023 WOTMX has been busy ramping up for 2023. The international series has determined a bit of a re-brand is in order. For 2023 and beyond the series will be known as the International Vet Motocross Series – IVMX
This means starting in 2023 the series will include the 30+ classes as a series championship class along with all the other classes we’ve historically hosted and will include a few new venues as well Sandy Vally for Las Vegas and ECMX Park in Lewiston.
Also for 2023 WOTMX has joined several of the other clubs in promoting through both the Industry Seating pod cast hosted by Jason Thomas and also Keefer Testing hosted by Kris Keefer.
There will be more to come as we get closer to the start of the 2023 WOTMX season so stay tuned and check out the pod casts!