Thor Winter Olympics

48TH Annual Mini O’s

November 24th – 30th 2019

Awards

Olympiad Divisional
Awarded to the rider who races both Limited and Mod, participates in both Supercross and Motocross and accumulates the most points.  Points are calculated by taking the better of your Limited or Mod in Supercross added to the better of your Limited or Mod in Motocross.  This award is for classes in Divisions only.  (Maximum points you can earn is 50)
Olympiad Non-Divisional
Awarded to the rider who participates in both Supercross and Motocross and accumulates the most points for Supercross and Motocross combined.  (Maximum points you can earn is 50)
Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe Award
Awarded to the rider in all Divisions (Divisions 1-13) that accumulates the highest number of points, combined in both Supercross and Motocross.
Scott Golden Goggle Award
Awarded to the rider in the Amateur (B & C) Class Divisions (Division 8-11) that accumulates the highest number of points, combined in both Supercross and Motocross.
Dunlop Silver Tire Award
Awarded to the rider in the Pro/A Class Divisions (Division 12-13) that accumulates the highest number of points, combined in both Supercross and Motocross.
THOR Bronze Boot Award
Awarded to the rider in the Youth Class Divisions (65cc, 85cc, Mini Sr., Supermini, and Schoolboy classes – Division 1-7) that accumulates the highest number of points, combined in both Supercross and Motocross.
Vet Masters Award
Awarded to the rider in the Vet, Senior and Masters classes Non-Divisions (Junior 25+, Vet 30+, Vet 35+, Sr 40+, Sr 45+, Masters 50+, and Masters 55+) that accumulates the highest number of points combined in both Supercross and Motocross.
Nihilo Prodigy Award
Awarded to the 50cc rider in all 50 classes that accumulates the highest number of points, combined in both Supercross and Motocross 
Outstanding Achievement Award
Selected by an industry panel at race
Ironman Award
Selected by an industry panel at race
Diamond Award
This award recognizes a rider who exemplifies late Jantz Grodzicki’s love and dedication to the motocross sport.  This award will be presented to a “B” or “C” rider that creates a positive impact, is humble, acts as a role model for others and represents his or her sponsors well.  The recipient of this award must ride both Supercross and Motocross.  We are looking for that one-of-a-kind rider… the “Diamond in the Rough”!
Mechanic of the Year Award
This award honors the Mechanic who has made an outstanding contribution to his rider and/or team this year and has gone above and beyond the call of duty.  The mechanic exemplifies their love and dedication to not only the rider he supports but to the motocross sport. The mechanic must be nominated by the rider or team in a written essay explaining what sets your mechanic apart from the rest.  Essay must be turned in by Friday and the winner will be selected by a selected industry panel.

Facility Information

  • Pit Vehicle Pass fee $40 at the gate.
  • Pit vehicles (pit bikes, golf carts, mules, mopeds, scooters) may be used by PERMIT ONLY.
  • Unauthorized pit vehicles will be confiscated and the racer subject to penalty, or even disqualification. Pit vehicles or golf carts are not permitted on the adjoining property, past the “No Trespassing” signs or in the woods.
  • Licensed Motorcycles/Scooters entering the camping area must have a Pit Vehicle Permit as well. No ATVs, Pilots, or 6-wheel Gators permitted (except staff, vendors and sponsors)
  • Early entry fee is $50. Early entry is Wednesday, November 20 – Friday, November 22
  • Event Parking begins Saturday, November 23
  • You will be parked in the order you arrive at the track. If you would like to pit with someone else, you will need to arrive with them so you can be parked together.
  • Riders and Mechanics must have armband and mechanic pass when you enter the staging area for practice and racing.
  • There is a pump out service that provides holding tank pump out daily for a fee. Do not dump gray or black water on the ground.
  • There is a fuel, oil, solvent dump station at the front gate. Do not dump oil, gas, or solvent on the ground.
  • Non-Potable water fill truck will be available to fill your tank for a fee.
20 – 35 Gallon Tank $20
35 – 50 Gallon Tank $25
50 – 75 Gallon Tank $30
75 – 100 Gallon Tank  $35
  • Pit Bike Shutdown at dark – Absolutely No Pit Bike riding after dark
  • No loud noise after dark, No open fires, No fireworks
  • No vending of merchandise or services without prior written permission from Unlimited Sports. If you would like to vend, please contact us by email for your request.
  • Shipping Packages: Both UPS and Federal Express deliver to Gatorback. THE USPS DOES NOT DELIVER TO THE TRACK. Package pickup is located next to the registration office and you MUST have a picture ID to pick up packages. Please do not have packages delivered prior to Thursday, November 21st . Unlimited Sports MX is not responsible for the safekeeping of any packages.
  • Address packages clearly:
    Gatorback Cycle Park
    Attention: (Rider’s Name or Business)
    20525 NW 46th Avenue, Alachua, Florida 32615
  • Lost & Found. If you find something or lose something please turn the item in or check in with the front gate or track office
  • Radio Station is 88.9 FM

Points

          Points are awarded as follows

Overall Finish             Overall Points                       Overall Finish                     Overall Points

1                                                25                                     11                                                10

2                                                22                                    12                                                9

3                                                20                                    13                                                8

4                                                18                                    14                                                7

5                                                16                                    15                                                6

6                                                15                                    16                                                5

7                                                14                                    17                                                4

8                                                13                                    18                                                3

9                                                12                                    19                                                2

10                                               11                                    20                                                1

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