Muddy Creek Tennessee Pro Motocross Nationals

Muddy Creek Tennessee Pro Motocross Nationals (Image 1)

 The 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, will make its anticipated return to Northeast Tennessee’s Tri-Cities on Saturday, June 6, returning to wildly popular Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville. The Red Bull Tennessee National will signify the third time the world’s best riders descend on the Tri-Cities and the dense population of motocross enthusiasts throughout the Southeast region of the country.

Muddy Creek Raceway is Southeast’s premier motocross destination with a highly competitive layout that has proven to be extremely challenging to the fastest riders on the planet. Thanks to its all-out effort each year, Muddy Creek Raceway has ascended into upper echelon of motocross facilities and has become a favorite of both riders and fans, alike.


For over 40 years, the most talented riders across the globe have laid it all on the line for a shot at victory and the most prestigious championship in the sport of off-road motorcycle racing. This season, the series features its deepest field of competitors in over four decades of competition with a trio of former champions, six former winners and a long list of challengers set to wage war over the course of 12 weekends throughout the U.S. With defending champion Ken Roczen, two-time titleholder Ryan Dungey and 2009 champion Chad Reed all in search of added hardware, up and comers  Blake Baggett, Justin Barcia, Christophe Pourcel and more are eager to take the next step in their careers.

While baseball players are typically considered to be the “boys of summer,” this collection of world class athletes will rival that status as they push their physical limits on some of the roughest tracks and toughest weather conditions this country has to offer, all while trying to defeat 39 other competitors with the same common goal – winning.

The Red Bull Tennessee National will feature an action-packed day of racing across two classes of competition – the premier 450 Class and the rising stars of the 250 Class. While the premier class is loaded with talent, the 250 Class is where riders like defending champion Jeremy Martin, Cooper Webb, Marvin Musquin, Adam Cianciarulo and more are all cementing their status as future stars of the sport. This collection of budding talent is sure to bring as much excitement to the season as their 450 Class counterparts. 

Muddy Creek Raceway has been a top destination for regional motocross enthusiasts since the 1970s. Nestled in a natural amphitheater and lined by the rolling hills of Eastern Tennessee, the track’s rich soil and superb sightlines makes it one of the best venues for spectating in the entire championship. A stone’s throw away from legendary Bristol Motor Speedway, Muddy Creek has a built in foundation of motorsports enthusiasts of all kinds and is now the proverbial home of motocross in the Southeast.

Race Day Schedule:

6:00 a.m.          Gates Open

8:00 a.m.          Practice & Qualifying

11:30 a.m.         Opening Ceremonies

12:00 p.m.        First Motos (450 Class & 250 Class)

2:00 p.m.          Second Motos (450 Class & 250 Class)

4:00 p.m.          Post-Race Press Conference

Ticket Info:

General Admission:                   $40 Adults / $20 Kids (ages 6-11)

Premier Viewing:                       $125

Super VIP Ticket:                      $200 Adults / $100 Kids (ages 6-11)

Fan Camping Spot:                   $70 (Fri-Sat) / $40 (Sat only)

Pit Passes:

Early Entry:                   $20 (9 a.m. – 12 p.m. / purchase online or on-site)

All-Day Access:                        $90 (purchase online or on-site)

BY LORI WORLEY

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