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MX207 Lyman, Maine April 30th

43 entries, 46 entries how many this week? Everyone's talking about the NESC 450A class these days and with good reason, riders like Jason Brooks, Austin Phellps, Chopper Borrello, Ryan Dowd, Robby Marshall, Billy Ainsworth, Josh Prior, Walter White and Shane Kelleher put on an amazing show in the two 20 minute motos. Make plans to head on over to MX207 this Sunday for round three of the spring series. MX207 has lots of high speed sections, big jumps and even some big, sandy bowl turns.
There's plenty of nice flat, level camping spots and lots of them are right along the track fence so you can watch the action right from your rig.

MX207 will run an open practice on Saturday, checkout MX 207 for all the details.

There will be classes for all abilities and all bike sizes 50's, 65's, 85cc's and up (the 50cc and 65cc classes will be running at all MX207 NESC races) one day racers are always welcome but only NESC members earn championship points and only NESC members are eligible for end of the year awards, scholarships and benefits from the Tom Timonen fund.

Gates open Friday at 4:00PM

General admission is 10.

Holeshot awards at MX207
Thanks to an anonymous donor there will be $50 holeshot awards for the 250 B and Youth B classes first motos. Just another reason to make it to Lyman, Maine this Sunday.
Gate fee at MX207 is 10.

Contingency at MX207
Honda and KTM are paying contingency at MX207 this Sunday, check out their web sites or your local dealer for more info.
Gate fee at MX207 is 10.

Directions to MX 207
MX 207 is in Southern Maine, just a few minutes off Rt. 95. If you've never been before use these directions or enter Bartlets Bridge, Lyman, Maine in your phone or GPS.

Race order for MX207 4-30-17
  MX 207 April 30, 2017  
1 50 cc C
2 Youth C C
3 Youth B C
4 250 Lites A/Pro/ Youth A C
5 250 Lites C C
6 65cc C
7 450 MX B C
8 45+ Open C
9 Super Mini C
10 450 MX C/40+ C C
11 250 Lites B C
12 450 MX Pro/A C
13 55+ Open/ Female C
14 40+ A/40+ B C
15 Open Novice C
16 Open Amateur C
17 Open Expert $C
18 85cc 7-11/12-15 yrs C
19 50+ Open/30+ C C
20 30+ A/30+B C

Notes from the office
We will be following the rulebook under NP-1 following the 4/30/17 race at MX-207. 1st offense, verbal warning, second offense rider will not be allowed to start their moto. If you have a number on your back, it should match your assigned bike number. Paul Robbins (NESC ref) has already been keeping a list and warning riders.

We also have several riders who continue to cause problems every week because they “forget” to transfer their transponders to both bikes that they are riding. The rule is no transponder, no score we need to crack down especially when it’s the same riders every week. It's understandable that someone might forget once, but some continue to do this every week, then run down to say they forgot to put it on the other bike.

Another thing to remember is that the rulebook says you have 30 minutes to protest a score after it is posted. Waiting until the end of the day to come to tell us there was an error in moto 1 causes us to delay shutting down the system to make the changes, in many instances trophies have already been given out, and worst case money classes have already been paid.

No more pre-entry at the NESC races

NESC members are now able to enter on race day using the kiosks at sign up, the first two classes are 35. each and the third is 15.. One day riders must still sign up with the NESC at the track and then enter their classes by signing up with that track.

2017 NESC applications online

Get a jump on next year and save your number by renewing your NESC membership today.
You can download the form here

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2017 NESC Board of Directors
President Dave Clemence
Vice President Kevin Bishop
Treasurer John DelGrosso
Secretary Shaunna Knuth
Senior Rider Reps
  Jason Allan
  Austin Brooks
  Tim Brown
  Jason Hargreaves
  Chris Knuth
  John Majcher
  Mark Sullivan
Alternate Rider Reps
  Cory Beety
  Jack Courtney
  Brittani Majcher
  Andrew Rossi
Competition Committee
  Ruth Pepoon

Mylaps transponder update

Mylaps has finally given riders some updates and now they have a “fix” for the older version X2’s that would not connect/charge. The NESC has a few of these “fix” packs available at sign-up. Newer versions will not have the issue. Also there are instructions on how to tell if the X2’s are activated and how much time they have left.
You can read more here

Notes from the office

Forms must be completely filled out, all information must be on the forms before they can be processed, especially transponder numbers and notary stamps.

Incomplete forms must be returned, unprocessed.


Remind everyone to charge their Flex and Classic transponders for at least 12 hours before race day. Newer X2’s require only 4 hours to charge.

If they are blinking fast red then they need to buy more time directly from Mylaps; their subscriptions are expired or for the new X2 units, they need to be activated before use.

Expired Flex units: You must purchase more time on and then connect the transponder through your computer to the Flex Manager program on the Mylaps website and activate them.

For fast blinking X2 units they must be activated directly from the Mylaps website, by logging on to the rider’s Mylaps account.

NESC has no Internet connection available on its computers at Southwick or Central Village. We cannot activate your transponders.


Now there's a 10 race minimum required to be eligible for year end awards. Some tracks feel that we have low turnouts at some events because riders have no commitment to the series, they race only half of the events. They can skip all the Maine races and still get 7 per half by going only to MA and CT to ride.

Also it is very important to understand that the parental consent form listed is for parents that are sending their minors to race events where they will not be present. They must name the person acting as guardian for the day, it must be notarized and we need a new form for every event. We have no blanket minor releases at NESC.


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?


Trackside X2 Transponders

The new transponder model from Trackside, the X2 will be compatible with the NESC scoring system. These will have to be activated by the rider before they get to the track.


2016 NESC application on-line

Use this form to renew your NESC number from 2015 or to join as a new member.


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 Scholarship

P.O. Box 1680
Wells, ME 04090


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Huge points fund for the Pro/Expert classes

Last year $25,000.00 was paid out at the Awards banquet to the Expert and Pro riders in the top 15 and this year with bigger turn outs it could be even more.


100% plus payback ten spots in the 250 & 450 expert/pro 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.

Promo Points updated 4-25

Rider numbers updated 4-25-17

Results updated 4-24

2017 Spring Series Race orders posted 3-22

NESC Rules updated 3-23

2017 Race schedule posted 12-2

Final Championship points for the 2016 Fall Series posted 11-15

Championship points for the Fall Series updated 10-31

Final Championship points for the 2016 Spring Series posted 8-7

Forms updated 3-26

Final Championship points for the Fall Series posted 11-7

Championship points for the Fall Series updated 11-6

Final Championship points for the Spring Series updated 7-15

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