Saturday, June 27
Gates Open: 6 a.m.
Practice/Qualifying: TBA
First Moto: TBA

Welcome to the 36th Budds Creek National. This year's Budds Creek National will mark Round 6 of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. We are proud to bring to you the very best professional motocross athletes in the world.

We hope the information below, as well as on other pages of this website, answer all of your questions. If not, please feel free to contact us at our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia at 304.284.0084.

Additional Information
Admission Gates
Pit Passes
Track Address/Contact Us
Pro Race Schedule
Amateur Racing
Weekend Rules
Local Attractions
Post Event Info
2014 Winners
Track Profile


  • Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
  • Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur Motocross Regional
  • MAMA Regional Series
  • MDRA
  • Tony DiStefano's MX School
  • USVMX (US Vintage Motocross)

  • Free Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet Check
  • Grandstand seating
  • Open Air Festival seating
  • Nearly 100% Track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
  • Infield Track Viewing via Two Track Tunnels
  • Covered Super Ticket VIP Viewing Areas with live timing and scoring, private restrooms, and catering
  • Handicap Viewing Area
  • Large interactive Sponsor Village
  • State-of-the-art sound system
  • Event Simulcast on FM Radio
  • Food and Soft Drink Concessions
  • Onsite Free & VIP paid Parking
  • Handicap Parking
  • Easy Entry/Exit
  • Onsite Camping
  • Flushable Toilets

  • No pets national weekend
  • Gates closed Midnight to 6 am daily - please plan accordingly
  • No bicycles
  • Alban CAT

Entry Date


Adults GA

Kids GA (6-11)

Camping (per vehicle)

June 25 Thurs - Sun $80 $45 $80
June 26 Fri - Sun $70 $40 $70
June 27 Sat - Sun $55 $30 $40
June 27 Sat Only $40 $20  

Super Pass! VIP Fan Zone  Adult (12 & Over) $200  |  Child (6 thru 11) $100
Deluxe tent seating, VIP viewing area, all day hot pit access, full lunch buffet on Pro day, live timing & scoring feed, souvenir yearbook, private restrooms, Friday & Saturday gate admission (limited availability).

Holeshot Club $125 per person
Reserved seating adjacent to the Start Line, all day hot pit access, Friday gate admission (limited availability).

Preferred Camping $150 
eserved camping closer to the action of the pro paddock and race track, limited availability.  Valid Thursday through Saturday night, per vehicle, not valid for gate admission.

Will Call
Super Ticket and Holeshot Club ticket holders must pick up their credentials at Will Call.
Where: Main Gate
When:  Friday (9am – 5 pm)
           Saturday (7am – 2 pm)








OPEN Noon 6 am 6 am 6 am
CLOSE Midnight Midnight Midnight N/A
Gates close midnight to 6 am daily. Please plan accordingly.


Other than the race track, the Pro Pits is where the action is.  There are two types of Pit Passes:  Early Entry and Racer X. Early Entry Pit Pass grants access to the pits from 9 am until 12 pm noon only, and can be purchased Saturday morning at the track. Racer X Pit Pass grants access to the pits all day, includes a 12-month subscription to Racer X Illustrated, and is available online in advance only.  Pit Passes are not good for gate admission and must be accompanied by a general admission ticke


Early Entry

Racer X All Day

Where To Buy On Site Sponsor Village (Sat 7:30am) Online / Racer X Booth
Cost $20 $50
Access 9 am - 12 pm All Day (8am - close)

  • Alcohol is PROHIBITED in the Pro Pits.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult pass-holder.
  • Fans may not access the track at any time.
  • There will be scheduled autograph sessions at various team rigs. Autographs are only available as scheduled. Autographs are not guaranteed. Purchase of a Pit Pass does not guarantee that you will obtain a pro autograph.
  • Anyone removing or taking an item from a team rig or pit area without permission will be prosecuted.
  • Entry to the Pro Pits is at your own risk. You are responsible for your own safety.

Budds Creek Raceway
27963 Budds Creek Road, Mechanicsville, MD 20659
OfficePhone: 304-284-0084
Track Phone: 301-475-2000 (Race weekend only)
National Event Website:
Track Website:




Day Date Time What Cost Details
Fri June 26 TBA      
Sun June 28





Please abide by these simple rules:
  • Responsibility. Motocross racing, like all motorsports, can be dangerous.  When you enter the grounds you assume the risk of injury and/or damage.  It is your responsibility to keep yourself and your children a safe distance from the racetrack.  Parents, you are responsible for the safety of your children.  Be aware of their location at all times.  Never turn your back to oncoming racers.
  • Prohibited. We do not permit pets, fireworks, glass beverage containers, kegs, scaffolding or weapons.
  • Search Policy. All vehicles are subject to search at any time. We are not responsbile for the safe return of any contraband removed.
  • No Pit Vehicles. We do not allow pit bikes, quads, scooters, golf carts, etc. Race bikes may be ridden at a walking pace to and from your moto only.
  • No Campfires. Small contained cooking fires are permitted no larger than 20” diameter.
  • Quiet time is 11:00 pm nightly. No loud generators after this time.
  • Midnight Curfew. All campers must be at their campsites by midnight.
  • Tickets. Your armband is your weekend ticket and must be worn at all times. If you leave the facility, you must have it on in order to re-enter. This is your gate ticket. Do not take it off.
  • Fire Extinguishers. All campers/haulers over 20‘ in length should be equipped with a fully functioning fire extinguisher.
  • Campsites. There are no electric or water hookups. Primitive camping only.
  • No campsites, tents or awnings permitted within 20’ of the motocross track fence.
  • Gates close daily from midnight to 6:00 am. You may leave after this time, but many not re-enter until 6:00 am. Please plan accordingly.
  • Gate prices do not change until Midnight. If you arrive prior to midnight, you will be charged that day’s admission.
  • We will park you as you arrive, in the next available space, in the area of your choice. You may not save spots for people who will arrive later. Camping spaces are no wider than 20’.
  • All vehicles on the premises overnight must have a camping permit.
  • STAY OFF THE TRACK. The racetrack is off limits to spectators. Only registered racers and authorized personnel are permitted on the race track. No one is permitted on the racetrack at night.
  • DO NOT take the banners. Banners and event signage are the Private Property of the Promoter. Removal of these items is illegal and punishable by law. You will be prosecuted for theft. Don’t be a thief!
  • Medical Insurance. We do not have medical insurance for racers, and urge you not to race without it.
  • Restricted. No riding in the woods or on the stock car track at any time.  Violators are subject to disqualification.
Other event information:
  • TRASH. Please use our trash receptacles. If you need trash bags, you can get them from the front gate.
  • GENERAL INFORMATION is located at the Main Gate.
  • RIDER INFORMATION is located at Rider Registration.
  • FIRST AID is located at the Ambulance Station.
  • SECURITY is headquartered at the Main Gate.
  • LOST & FOUND is located at Rider Registration.


Budds Creek is located approximately 1.5 hours from Baltimore. 1 hour from downtown Washington D.C. and approximately 1.5 hours from Richmond, VA directly off Maryland Hwy 234 in scenic Southern Maryland. This is Amish country, so please use caution for carriages!

From North, Option 1: Turn left on Maryland Highway 5 South out of Waldorf Continue straight on High5 for 16 miles to Maryland Highway 236 Turn right on 236 for 6 miles until it ends at Maryland Highway 234 Turn right onto 234 Track is 1/8 of a mile on left.

From North, Option 2: Using North Highway 301, turn left onto Maryland Highway 6 at La Plata Travel 8 miles to Trinity Church Road Turn right and travel 6 miles to the end of the road at Maryland Highway 234 Turn left and travel 1 mile, track will be on the right

From South: Take I-95 North, 30 miles north of Richmond to Route 207 Turn right, this becomes US Highway 301 Travel north 5 miles into Maryland Turn right on Maryland Highway 234 Track is 10 miles on the right


Mechanicsville, MD  


Washington (Reagan) National Airport (DCA) Directions to track:
  • Take airport exit towards Rt 1/Crystal City
  • Take Rt 1 South towards Alexandria
  • Take I-495 E/I-95 N Capital Beltway toward I-295 Baltimore
  • Take Exit 7A to merge onto MD-5 S/Branch Avenue toward Waldorf
  • Stay on this road and it will turn into US 301/Crain Hwy
  • Go approx 40 miles and turn left on MD-234 E/Budds Creek Road toward Leonardtown/Pax River
  • Go approx 10 miles and track will be on the right
Dulles International Airport (IAD) Directions to track:
  • Take Dulles Airport Access Road
  • Merge onto VA-267 E toward I-495/Exit 18-19/VA 123/Baltimore-Richmond
  • Merge onto I-495 S/Capital Beltway/I-495 Outerloop via Exit 18 toward Richmond
  • Keep right at the fork to go on Capital Beltway/I-495 E Outerloop toward Baltimore
  • Take Exit 7A to merge onto MD-5 S/Branch Avenue toward Waldorf
  • Stay on this road and it will turn into US 301/Crain Hwy
  • Go approx 40 miles and turn left on MD-234 E/Budds Creek Road toward Leonardtown/Pax River
  • Go approx 10 miles and track will be on right
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) Directions to track:
  • Exit airport via Elm Road
  • At the first traffic light turn right on Aviation Boulevard
  • Turn left onto Hwy 97 South
  • Take Exit 3/301 to the right
  • Continue south on Hwy 301 through Waldorf
  • Turn left (east) onto Route 234
  • Track is 10 miles on the right

University of Maryland Medical Center
aka Baltimore Shock Trauma Unit
22 S. Greene Street Baltimore, MD 21201 800-492-5538
  • Take the first left (Thompsons Corner Road) Rt. 236
  • Go to end of road and make left onto Rt. 5, go approx. 13.4 miles
  • Turn right at Mattawoman Beantown Road and go approx. 5.8 miles
  • Merge back onto MD-5 N
  • Take slight right onto US-301 N (This will turn into MD-3 N)
  • Merge onto I-97 N towards Baltimore
  • Merge onto I-695 W (Exit 17A) towards Baltimore/Towson
  • Merge onto MD-295 N (Exit 7B) towards Baltimore
  • Turn left onto W. Redwood Street go .07 miles
  • Turn left onto S. Greene St./MD-295 S
  • Hospital is on the right
Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving Street NW Washington, DC 20010 202-877-7000

  • Take a right out of track
  • Take the first left (Thompsons Corner Road) Rt. 236
  • Go to end of road and make left onto Rt. 5, go approx. 13.4 miles
  • Turn right on Mattawoman Beantown Road and go approx. 5.8 miles
  • Merge back onto MD-5 N go approx. 18.3 miles
  • Merge onto Suitland Parkway SE toward Washington, go approx. 3.1 miles
  • Turn slight right onto Firth Sterling Avenue SE and go .1 miles
  • Merge onto I-295 N (this road will become Southeast Freeway/I-695 N)
  • Merge onto I-395 N toward D Street NW/New York Avenue
  • Take Exit 10 toward Massachusettes Ave
  • Stay straight to go onto 2nd Street NW
  • Take first left onto MAssachuessettes Ave NW
  • Turn right onto 7th Stree NW (this will become Georgia Ave NW/US-29)
  • Turn right onto Harvard Street NW (this will become Michigan Ave NW)
  • Turn slight left onto Irving Street NW
  • Hospital will be on right
Prince George's Shock Trauma Hospital
3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 301-618-2000
  • Take right out of track
  • Take first left (Thompsons Corner Road) Rt. 236
  • Go to end of road and make left onto Rt. 5, go approx. 13.4 miles
  • Turn right on Mattawoman Beantown Road and go approx 5.8 miles
  • Merge back onto MD-5 N go approx 14.9 miles
  • Merge onto I-95 N toward Baltimore/College Park
  • Merge onto US-50 W (Exit 19B) toward Washington
  • Take MD-202/Landover Road exit toward Bladensburg/Upper Marlboro
  • Merge onto Landover Rd/Md 202 W toward Cheverly/Bladensburg go approx 1 mile
  • Turn left to take the MD-295 N ramp
701 East Charles Street La Plata, MD 20646 (301) 609-4000
  • Turn left (west) onto Route 234
  • Turn right onto Crain Hwy/US-301N/Blue Memorial Hwy
  • Slight right onto Charles St/MD-6
Medstar St. Mary's Hospital
25500 Point Lookout Road Leanardtown, MD 20650 (301) 475-8981
  • Turn right (east) onto Rt 234
  • Go 12 miles and merge onto Rt 5
  • Go approximately 4 miles
  • Hospital is on left
Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore (airlift - 1 hour; drive - 48 minutes)
201 East University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21218 (410) 554-2000
  • Turn right (east) onto Rt 234
  • Take first left (Thompson's Corner Road) on Rt. 236
  • Go to end of road and take left on Rt. 5, go approx. 13.4 miles
  • Turn right on Mattawoman Beantown Road.
  • Go approx. 5.8 miles and merge back onto Rt. 5
  • Make slight right turn onto US-301 North (this road will turn into MD-3N)
  • Take I-97 North towards Baltimore
  • Merge onto I-695W (exit 17A) towards Baltimore/Towson
  • Mege onto MD-295N (exit 7B) towards Baltimore
  • Take slight right onto Russell Street
  • Take the I-396S ramp toward I-95 and merge onto Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
  • Stay straight to go onto N. Howard Street
  • Turn right onto W. North Ave/US-1 North
  • Turn slight left onto N. Calvert Street
  • In approx. 1.4 miles you will run into 201 E. University Blvd (there will be an elevated walkway across the street that says Union Memorial Hospital).
On Site First Aid Location: Sponsor Village
Hours: 24/7 Friday-Sunday


  • Solomon's Island: Riverwalk, Chesapeake Fishing - Charter Boats, Cove Point Lighthouse, Calvert Marine Museum, Solomon's Island Winery
  • Washington DC: National Museum of Crime and Punishment, International Spy Museum, White House, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, US National Arboretum
  • Baltimore, MD: National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Baltimore Museum of Art

  • 450 Class: Ryan Dungey (Red Bull KTM)
  • 250 Class: Blake Baggett (Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki)

Nestled in the forest of Southern Maryland, Budds Creek Motocross is a legendary, world-class motocross track. It is a favorite among riders and fans alike, as it offers both great racing lines for the riders and a layout that is ideal for spectators. The Budds Creek track sits in a valley, so viewing is outstanding from many locations around the facility. Its natural terrain and scenic beauty have provided a backdrop for legendary races throughout the years, including the 1999 250 cc U.S. Grand Prix in which Kevin Windham beat all of the world championship riders, including ten-time champion Stefan Everts. On the international stage, Budds Creek hosted the 2007 Motocross of Nations, where U.S. team made up of Ricky Carmichael, Tim Ferry, and Ryan Villopoto put in one of the most dominant performances in the history of the event, with Villopoto becoming the first rider in the history of the event to win both of his motos on a 125cc/250f machine. Since 1989, Budds Creek has hosted an AMA Motocross Championship event every year, whether it be a 125cc/500cc National, a 125cc/250cc National, or in the current form - 250cc/450cc National. It always promises some of the best races of the season.

When not hosting top-level national and international events, Budds Creek also hosts numerous amateur motocross races throughout the year. It is by far the most popular track in AMA District 7, and it is also the Mid-Atlantic Motocross Association's home track. Rarely a weekend goes by without racing at Budds Creek. Any why would it? Track Promoter, Jonathan Beasley, is a racer at heart. "I was a racer in 1973 when a track near my family's property in Maryland opened up," Beasley says of his family's start at motocross promotion, more than 35 years ago. "It was in Hollywood, Maryland. It was run by a group of Naval officers - sadly, the track closed down in late 1973 due to zoning issues. Shortly thereafter, my family got together with the same naval officers and opened up a new facility on our land." That track is known today as Budds Creek. "The naval officers managed the track for three years and helped teach my family how to run it," Beasley says, "Eventually, in 1979, the family business was handed over to me and I began running the facility."

Have Fun, Be Safe, and We'll See you at the Races!
The Coombs and Beasley Families