OFFICIAL 2021 RULES
What each Rider should do to REGISTER:
1. Complete the Application for the AMA/FIMNA Road Racing License and Number Assignment for each rider. (This requires a current AMA membership). Find the application and eligibility forms here: https://americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/professional-licensing/ (AMA membership is also available on this site- top right corner. Please complete an application and select the Hooligans class)
2. Complete the MotoAmerica Pre-Registration Form – this form lets me know that you are applying for your license so I can watch for your license to be issued and contact you). This online form is available here: http://www.motoamericaregistration.com/entrant-information-form/
3. After steps 1 & 2 are complete and your license has been issued, you will be guided through the remaining steps, including the MotoAmerica Rider Application. Please allow at least 48 hours to complete step 3 prior to an event entry deadline.
Completion of these steps will allow you to enter race events this season. Please preview registration information at http://www.motoamericaregistration.com/rider-and-crew-entry/ and check out the Entry Options document for the Super Hooligan class.
Contact me with any further registration questions.
MotoAmerica Registration Manager
CURRENT SHNC RACERS (IF YOU HAVE RACED A SUPER HOOLIGAN RACE IN THE PAST 2 YEARS)
If you are an existing SHNC racer we will require a road race license from your local roadrace track with a minimum of 3 road races or approved race training from a certified race trainer. Please complete the AMA license eligibility form with the information that you are a current SHNC racer and submit it with the license application.
NEW RACERS TO SUPER HOOLIGAN
The SHNC retains the right to approve riders based upon their level of experience and ability. If you have not raced Super Hooligan before you must be pre-approved by the SHNC to participate. Please complete the AMA license eligibility form and have it signed: complete the form with race history, prior race licensing and experience. SHNC will require a road race license from your local roadrace track with a minimum of 3 races or approved race training from a certified race trainer. AMA membership is a must.
Getting your road race license is as easy as contacting your local road race series, getting a bike prepped and getting to the track.
Find a certified race trainer here: U.S. Motorcycle Coaching Association – Network of Certified Coaches www.usmca.org
See rulebook for FULL details.
Open to all manufacturers.
Production high-bar street bikes only. Motorcycle must have come stock with top mounted risers and upright handlebars. No clip-on bikes permitted.
Water cooled or air cooled, originally equipped 750cc and above, twin-cylinder, four stroke production street legal motorcycles with maximum claimed production horsepower of 125HP or less.
Electric production street legal motorcycles with single 80 kW motor. No MX or dual-sport type electric bikes allowed.
Minimum weight of 420lbs.
Bikes must maintain stock frames with no fabrication allowed to change the neck angle. No fairings, windscreens, or fabrication to frames.
The provided Official Super Hooligan number plates with your number must be mounted to front and sides of motorcycle and attached in a way that it is secured to the motorcycle for the duration of the race.
Riders must display official Super Hooligan number plate with series sponsor branding to be eligible for any prizes. If any logos on number plates are covered, modified or otherwise made illegible, no contingencies will be paid to that rider. Championship points and trophies will be awarded, but contingencies and championship bonuses will not be paid. If a rider forfeits his contingencies, payouts will move to the next eligible rider.
Rider must sign RSD Super Hooligan National Championship rules and liability waiver in order to collect contingencies.
SHNC must receive a completed W-9 form from rider in order for contingency payments to be paid.
The Super Hooligan National Championship has joined forces with North America’s #1 tortilla brand, Mission foods, to introduce the Mission Foods Air-cooled American V-twin Challenge as part of this year’s Moto America Super Hooligan motorcycle road racing national championship series. The Mission Foods Air-cooled American V-Twin Challenge is a race within a race, to be featured at all 4 rounds of the SHNC and kicking off with a double header at the legendary Daytona Motor Speedway March 10-12.
The Mission Foods American V-twin Challenge will award the fastest Air-Cooled American V-Twin racers in the Superhooligan class with $2500 in payouts per race, as well as an additional $2500 bonus prize going to the rider with the most points after four rounds of SHNC road racing. The payout will award the top three finishers on Air-cooled American V-Twins. $1250 for first place, $750 for second and $500 for the third best finisher of each SHNC round.
Mission foods Air-cooled American V-Twin Challenge basic rules are: 750cc and up Air-cooled American made V-twins, stock frames, high bars, flat number plates, 420lbs and over. (For complete rules for SHNC class VIEW ABOVE). All rules and regulations, sign ups and information can be found online at http://www.superhooligan.com/. Mission foods Air-cooled American V-Twin Challenge riders will need to run Mission food logos on their bikes and leathers and adhere to all Moto America and Super Hooligan class rules.
The Super Hooligan class features riders and bikes from many disciplines and broad set of rules meant to bring new riders and brands into road racing. With the addition of the Mission Air-cooled American V-Twin Challenge, we hope to inspire American V-twin riders who normally race at a local level, to come out and race with the SHNC at a national level and elevate the visibility of Air-cooled American V-twin road racing.
PURSE DISTRIBUTION & POSITION POINTS: