Pre Registration closes February 3rd 2020. Be sure to register in advance space is limited.
42nd ANNUAL MOTORAMA
February 15th & 16th 2020
Saturday 9AM to 10PM
Sunday 9AM to 5PM
RC Oval Racing
This will be Northeast’s premier race. There will be drivers from all over the county. This year’s classes will include the Sc Modified, Outlaw Sprint, 13.5 Wingless Sprint, 1/10 Late Model, 1/10 Street Stock, Stock 12T Mudboss and 13.5 Mudboss. The dirt oval is moving this year to the Equine Area with a larger track than in the past. You will not want to miss this event!
Timing system- Mylaps 2 and 3 wire transponders
Racers first class costs $60.00 for the weekend and each additional weekend class costs $40.00 to participate. There is an automatic $20.00 starting charge when registering for your first class only, on top of the class fee. A $10.00 parking pass fee has been added to your total purchase as the venue no longer offers free parking for participants. The participant parking pass when purchased with your registration is offered at a 50% discount from general daily parking rates.
First class: $40 + $20 + $10 weekend parking = $70
Two classes: $70 + $40 = $110
Three classes: $70 + $40 + $40 = $150
Friday February 14 - Evening open practice
February 15 - Qualifying Day
February 16 - Championship Sunday
All A-main features will be 50-laps in length. All feature winners will be given coveted Motorama Statues, and plaques will be awarded to 2nd and 3rd, division top qualifiers, and additional plaques will be awarded to various preliminary feature winners.
All Tickets are general admission and do not guarantee seating in any arena
The MudBoss is an entry-level class, with input from a number of regional tracks. It is built on the affordable Traxxas Slash 2wd chassis, and competes on spec tires and spec batteries, stock motors and stock speed controls to make it a super affordable class that puts a premium on driver ability and setup. It’s to be a fun, spec class, allowing for competition on fairly equal grounds for everyone.
The Pennsylvania State Farm Show Complex consists of several buildings, this overview will help you get to the "Equine Area" building upon arrival.
Important information that pertains to competing within oval radio controlled competition at the show. This is a must read for everyone.
Many general questions that you may have about the show can be answered here.