Saturday, June 13
Gates Open: 6 a.m.
Practice/Qualifying: TBA
First Moto: TBA 

Welcome to the 39th Annual UPMC High Point National, presented by United Bank and Coastal Drilling. This year's High Point will mark Round 5 of the 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
Will Call
Pit Passes
Track Address/Contact Us
Pro Race Schedule
Amateur Racing
Weekend Rules

Local Attractions
Post Event Info
2014 Winners
Track Profile


  • Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur Motocross Regional Championship
  • AMA ATV Pro Motocross Championship
  • PAMX Regional Series
  • DC Vet National Championship

  • Free Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet Check
  • On-site ATM presented by United Bank (Announcer Tower)
  • Grandstand seating
  • Open Air Festival seating
  • Nearly 100% Track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
  • Infield Track Viewing via Three 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
  • Potable water for Camper filling

  • No pets national weekend
  • Gates closed Midnight to 6 am daily - please plan accordingly
  • Convenient offsite paid parking across from front gate ($10)
  • Keep your radio tuned to WWMX 88.1 FM for up-to-date announcements, racing news, interviews and information throughout the weekend. Although we have a public address system, the best way to stay tuned is to tune in.
  • Be Social with High Point Raceway, like the official Facebook Page!

  • Morgantown Honda, Morgantown
  • Cernic's Suzuki, Johnstown/Somerset
  • Cleveland Brothers CAT
  • Plum Construction
  • Park & Madison Boutique, Morgantown

Entry Date


Adults GA

Kids GA (6-11)

Camping (per vehicle)

June 11 Thurs - Sun $80 $45 $80 (3 nights)
June 12 Fri - Sun $70 $40 $70 (2 nights)
June 13 Sat-Sun $55 $30 $40 Sat night only
June 13 Sat Only $40 $20  
June 14 Sun Only $15 $10 N/A

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, Saturday gate admission (limited availability).

Preferred Camping $150 Reserved 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 ticket.


Early Entry

Racer X All Day

Where To Buy

On Site Sponsor Village (Sat 7:30am)

Online/Racer X Booth





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.


High Point Raceway
281 Taylortown Rd
Mount Morris, PA 15349
Office Phone: 304-284-0084
Track Phone: (Race weekend only) 724.324.2986











Sunday's Amateur Classes: TBA


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.


From Pittsburgh, PA and points north
  • Take I-79 south to Exit 1 (Mount Morris) 
  • Go east 3 miles to the gate
From Morgantown, WV and points south
  • Take I-79 north to PA Exit 1 (Mount Morris) 
  • Go east 3 miles to the gate.
From Hagerstown, MD and points east
  • Take I-70 west to I-68 west
  •  Take I-68 west to I-79 north to PA Exit 1 (Mount Morris) 
  • Go east 3 miles to the gate.  
Fast Pass-Alternate route from Morgantown
  • Take I-79 north to exit 155 (Star City/WVU exit) 
  • Follow Route 19 north for about 5.5 miles to Route 100
  •  Turn right onto Route 100 and follow for 3.1 miles 
  • Left onto Taylortown Rd at Walnut Lane Bar-2 miles to the gate  

Big Rig Alternate Route:

From Pittsburgh, PA and points north
    • Take I-79 south to Exit 1 (Mount Morris) 
    • Turn right into Mt. Morris and 
    • Turn left onto US 19 south 
    • Follow US 19 south to Rt. 100 south 
    • Turn left on Rt. 100 for 3.1 mi 
    • Turn left at Taylortown Rd (at Walnut Lane Bar & Grill) Track is 2 miles on the left  
From Morgantown, WV and points south
    • Take I-79 north to Exit 155 (WVU exit) 
    • Turn left to US 19 north 
    • Take US 19 north for 5.5 mi. to Rt. 100 
    • Turn right on Rt. 100 for 3.1 mi 
    • Turn left at Taylortown Rd (at Walnut Lane Bar & Grill) Track is 2 miles on the left  

Exit Directions:

Truck Route To I-79:

    • Right out of Gate Straight on Taylortown Rd. 2 mi. to Rt. 100 at Walnut Lane Bar 
    • Right onto Rt. 100 3.1 miles to US 19 
    • For Morgantown and points south, go left on US 19 south 
    • For Mount Morris and points north, go right on US 19 north  
Car Route To I-79:
    • Right out of Gate onto Taylortown Rd. 100 Yds. 
    • Right onto Bald Hill Church Rd. 3 miles to I-79 


Morgantown, WV I-79 S, Exit 155
Best Western 304-599-5399
Hampton Inn 304-599-1200
Residence Inn 304-599-0237
Fairfield Inn 304-598-5006
EconoLodge 304-599-8181
Hilton Garden 304-225-9500
Chestnut Hotel 304.777.4100
 I-79 S, Exit 152
Econo-Lodge 304-296-8774
Microtel Inn & Suites 304-292-0055
I-79 S to I-68 E, Exit 1
Comfort Inn 304-296-9364
Ramada Inn 304-296-3431
Waterfront Place 304-296-1700
Clarion Hotel Morgan 304-292-8200
 I-79 S to I-68 E, Exit 4
Spring Hill Suites 304-225-5200
 I-79 S to I-68 E, Exit 7
Holiday Inn Express 304-291-2600
Super 8 304-296-4000
Waynesburg, PA  
Hampton Inn 724-802-1010


Mount Morris, PA


Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) Directions to track:
  • From Airport take Rt 60E to I-79 south
  • Take Exit 1, Mount Morris 
  • Left off exit, go 3 miles Approx. drive time: 1 hr.


In Morgantown, WV (south of High Point):

WVU Hospital (Ruby Memorial)
Medical Center Drive Morgantown, WV 26506 (304) 598-4000

Monongalia General Hospital
1200 JD Anderson Drive Morgantown, WV 26505 (304) 598-1323
Directions From Track:
  • From Main Gate, go right onto Taylortown Road for 2 miles (careful to go straight 1/10 mile from gate)
  • Right onto Route 100 for 3 miles
  • Left onto Route 19 for 5.6 miles to Sheets
  • Left 1.6 miles to WVU Coliseum
  • Left onto Patteson Drive and follow the directions to one of the hospitals below
To WVU Hospital:
  • After turning left onto Patteson Drive, go through 2 traffic lights-0.8 mile
  • Right onto Medical Center Drive to Hospital.
To Mon General Hospital:
  • After turning left onto Patteson Drive, go straight 1.5 miles (becomes VanVoorhis Road)
  • Right at stop light at VanVoorhis/Chestnut Ridge Road intersection (Route 705)
  • Turn left at second stop light onto Pineview Drive
  • Hospital on the right onto JD Anderson Drive at the top of the hill.
On Site First Aid Location: Life-Stat Medical on Side B
Hours: 24/7 Friday-Sunday
Contact: John Kravetsky, Paramedic 412.559.4874  

  • Morgantown, West Virginia, the "Scenic Mountain Home of West Virginia University", serves as the host town for the event. Morgantown holds the closest hotels and restaurants to the track.
  • Fans of outdoor activities away from the motocross track can hit the water at nearby Cheat Lake or hike and mountain bike at Cooper's Rock.
  • Pittsburgh is a cool town, too. The weather is perfect in June, and there are plenty of fun spots to eat and shop.
  • Don't forget: High Point will hold a full day of amateur motocross racing on Sunday.



  • 450 Class: James Stewart (Yoshimura Suzuki Racing)
  • 250 Class: Blake Baggett (Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki)

In the early 1970's, enterprising motocross race promoter Dave Coombs Sr. went on the search for the perfect motocross track. He had tried a couple of tracks in West Virginia that weren't big enough, and then one in Keyser's Ridge, Maryland, but that track's rocky soil didn't find favor with the riders. In the fall of 1976, he movied his races to Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, just across the state line above Morgantown, West Virginia, using the rich soil of a farm owned by the Jack and Carol Holbert families, who were racers themselves.

High Point Raceway opened in September '76, but the originial layout would soon change. Shortly after opening, the Maico factory team stopped by looking for a place to practice while following the Trans-AMA Series, and they decided to revamp the track layout to make it more European, incorporating more hills and off-camber turns. Sylvain Beboers, Adolf Weil, and Hans Maisch laid down fallen tree branches and built small rock piles to ouline where they should go. In doing so, they created the basic design that High Point uses to this day.

The High Point circuit uses the land's natural elevation to create uphill double and triple jumps and long sweeping corners in a natural ampitheater setting. To go fast on this highly regarded track today, riders have to dial in skills that were perfected three decades ago. But High Point, like the sport itself, has gone through changes over the years - most of them aimed at making a more fan-friendly track that also challenges the ever-evolving equipment modern race teams bring to Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. Trees were cleared from around the facility so fans can view nearly 100 percent of the track from a variety of vantage points, and the bigger jumps were put right in view of the largest spectator areas. In 2008, the track received a makeover courtesy of star track builder, Mark Peters, resulting in more hang-time for the riders. With a mix of the old school and the new, High Point is a true challenge for the racers and remains one of the most popular tracks in the entire sport.

The motocross world lost Dave Coombs Sr. on August 3, 1998, after a long battle with leukemia, but his family and the Holberts continue to produce the High Point National in his honor. The family bisiness, MX Sports, is also the driving force behind the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn's Ranch, the Grand National Cross Country Series, the AMA Pro ATV Series, and now the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. And in a move that would make "Big Dave" proud, the first live network television broadcast of an AMA Pro Motocross race took place on June 13, 2009, with the High Point National being featured live on NBC a first for professional motocross in America.

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