We’re less than a month out from the first edition of Red Bull Day in the Dirt Down Under, and there’s still time to lock in your entry before it’s too late. Still on the fence? Here’s a snapshot of what’s going down at Queensland Moto Park on September 7-9, and the details on how you can be a part of it.
What Classes Are There?
There’s practically an endless amount of classes to choose from, and one to suit every rider’s tastebuds; whether your a seasoned Pro or never stepped onto a motocross track before, you’ll find something that tickles your fancy. Aside from the regular classes – you know, Novice, Pro, Women’s, Vet’s and all that – we’ve got a bunch of pretty sweet team categories like the Bossa Nova and Old Switcheroo, then there’s the chaos on the Dust Hustle TT circuit as well as the Friday Night Drags. Oh, and we can’t forget the holy grail of Day in the Dirt: the Coup de Grace!
It Costs How Much?!
It’s pretty damn cheap! In fact, it costs as low as 30 bucks! The best part about Day in the Dirt Down Under is that you can race as much as you want, or as little as you want, and you only pay for what you race – how good is that? Races such as State of Origin, QLD vs The Rest and the Junior Lites GP start from $35, while races on the TT circuit are just $30 per class. For the bulk of racing on the Main MX track you can expect to pay $45 – same goes per person in team events.
How Do I Enter?
It’s pretty simple actually – just hit the Race Entry Form tab above, fill out your details, choose your classes and away you go! If you’re unsure about anything, you can check out our how-to guide on entering the Day in the Dirt Down Under.
Who’s Gonna Be There?
A bunch of legends, that’s who! Dakar Rally champion, Toby Price, will be out in full-force, while the coolest cats in moto, Tyler Bereman and Darryn Durham, will be making the trip from the USA to mix it up with the folks Down Under. Multiple Australian Supercross and Motocross champion, Dan Reardon, will also be in the mix, amongst the full line-up of KTM Motocross Racing Team riders, including Team Manager, Jay Marmont, and General Manager, Jeff Leisk. None of these guys will be hunting for trophies, though; they’ll be there for the same reason as everyone else, and that’s to simply have fun riding motorcycles with your mates.
Once you’ve pulled the trigger and entered your races of choice, remember to sort out your camping situation. You can get all the information you need here: www.dayinthedirtdownunder.com.au/camping-accommodation