Saturday, August 8
Gates Open: 6 a.m.
Practice/Qualifying: TBA
First Moto: TBA




Welcome to the Unadilla National in New Berlin, NY. This year's Unadilla National will mark Round 10 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.

Amenities
Additional Information
Admission
Gates
Pit Passes
Track Address/Contact Us
Pro Race Schedule
Amateur Racing
Weekend Rules
Directions
Hotels
Weather

Airport
Hospitals
Things To Do
Post Event Info
2014 Winners
Track Profile

FEATURE VENUE EVENTS


  • Loretta Lynn's AMA Amateur National Regional and Qualifiers
  • AMA ATV Pro Motocross Championship
  • Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series
  • District 3 MX
  • MX Rewind Vintage National Weekend

AMENITIES


  • Free Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet Check
  • Grandstand seating
  • Open Air Festival seating
  • Nearly 100% track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
  • Covered Super Ticket Viewing Area with live timing and scoring, private restrooms, and catering
  • Handicap Viewing Deck
  • Large interactive Sponsor Village
  • State-of-the-art sound system
  • Event Simulcast on FM Radio
  • Food and Soft Drink Concessions
  • Free Onsite Parking
  • Permanent Restroom facilities
  • Baby Changing Station
  • Pro Pit Access on Saturday morning
  • VIP Parking
  • Handicap Parking
  • Easy Entry/Exit
  • Hand Wash Stations

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


  • Gates closed Midnight to 6 am daily - please plan accordingly
  • Be Social with Unadilla, like the official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Unadilla 

LOCAL PARTNERS


  • Lucas Oil

ADMISSION



Entry Date

Coverage Adults GA Kids GA (6-12)
August 6
Thurs-Sun $80 $30
August 7
Fri-Sun $70 $30
August 7 Fri-Sat $55 $20
August 8 Sat Only $40 $20


*PLEASE NOTE: Spectator Camping is not available during the Red Bull Unadilla National. The only camping available is for amateur racers. 

GATE HOURS



  Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Open 12 noon 6:00 am 6:00 am 7:00 am
Close 12 midnight 12 midnight 11:00 pm  

PIT PASSES


 Other than the race track, the Pro Pits is where the action is. Early Entry Pit Passes grant access to the Pro Pits from 9am to 12 noon on Saturday and are available for purchase in advance or the day of the event at the Event Center Pit Pass Area.

Info

Early Entry

Racer X All Day

Where To Buy Event Center Pit Pass Windows Online or at the Racer X Booth
Cost $20 $50
Access 9 am - 12 pm All Day


PRO PIT RULES


  • Alcohol is PROHIBITED in the Pro Pits.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult pass-holder.
  • You 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.

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

TBA

AMATEUR RACING

Amateur racing takes place on U2-our popular amateur track. Having a separate track gives us the opportunity to run a full amateur program starting with moto #1 on Friday and concluding with moto #2 on Sunday. While pre-entry is advised, post entry is available. All classes run two motos; there are no qualifiers.

WEEKEND RULES


  • NO dogs/pets allowed at any time
  • NO Pit Vehicles
  • NO open fires
  • NO Fireworks
  • NO vending without prior approval-if you don’t have permission to sell it, leave it home
  • NO scaffolding
  • NO alcohol trackside
  • NO glass containers
  • NO bicycle riding trackside
  • NO spectator camping
  • NO personal checks
  • NO easy-ups which obstruct viewing
  • NO R/C aircraft (inc. drones)

We reserve the right to ask those in violation of the above restrictions to leave the premises with no refund given


General Information & Security: Event Center
Will Call: Main Gate
Lost & Found: Event Center

TRACK ADDRESS, SHIPPING & CONTACT INFORMATION

Unadilla MX
5986 State Highway 8
New Berlin, NY 13411 - 4412
607.965.8450
www.unadillamx.com

Jill Robinson, Vice Pres.
info@unadillamx.com

Phone: 607.965.8450

DIRECTIONS


From Albany, NY: NYS Thruway (I-90) to exit 25A -- I-88. Take I-88 to Oneonta and exit 13 (Morris/Rt. 23). Turn right at top of exit ramp. Follow Route 23 west to Morris. Go straight through the light in Morris onto County Route 13. County Route 13 ends at Route 8 in New Berlin. Bear right onto Route 8 and proceed directly to the track.  

On National Saturday, use NYS Thurway (I-90) to ext 25A - I-88.
Take I-88 to exit 24 - duanesburg. Left at top of ramp to stop sign. Turn right onto Rt. 20 West. Take Rt 20 to Bridgewater and turn left at the light onto Rt 8 South. Parking entrance will be on your right 15 minutes south of Bridgewater.

From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, NY: NYS Thruway (I-90) east to exit 32 "Westmoreland". Turn left at the light after the toll booths. Go approximately 3 miles to Judd Road. Turn right onto Judd Road. Judd Road turns into Route 840 which turns into Route 8 south. Stay on Route 8 South right to the track.

From Binghamton, NY: Route 81 North to exit 15 - I-88. I-88 to exit 9 Sydney. Turn left at the top of the exit ramp onto Route 8 North. Stay on Route 8 directly to the race track. DO NOT GO TO THE TOWN OF UNADILLA. 

WHERE TO STAY


  •  Howard Johnson's Norwich - 607.334.2200
  • Hampton Inn (New Hartford) - 315.793.1600
  • Holiday Inn Express - 315.724.2726
  • Hampton Inn (Utica) - 315.733.1200
  • Holiday Inn - 315.797.2131
  • Best Western Gateway - 315.732.4121
  • Radisson Inn - 315.735.8010
  • Ramada Inn - 315.797.3392
  • Super 8 - 315.797.0964
  • Red Roof Inn - 315.724.7128
  • Motel 6 - 315.797.8743

WEATHER


New Berlin, NY

AIRPORT


Albany Airport (ALB)

Albany Airport (ALB) directions to track:

Albany Shaker Rd/RT-155 W to Rt 87-South. Go to exit #1 E/W ---NYS Thruway (Rt. 90) and go west to exit 25A (I-88). Take   I-88 to Oneonta and exit #13 (Morris/Rt.23). Turn right at top of exit ramp. Follow Route #23 west to Morris. Go straight through the light in Morris onto County Route #13. County Route #13 ends at Route #8 in New Berlin. Bear right onto Route #8 and proceed directly to the track.

Binghamton Airport (BGM)

Binghamton Airport (BGM) directions to track:

Exit airport via Airport Rd. Take Route 17 east to Rt. 81 North. Exit Route 81 at exit #15 ---I-88. I-88 to exit #9 “Sidney”. Turn left at the top of the exit ramp onto Route #8 NORTH. Stay on Route #8 directly to the race track. DO NOT GO TO THE TOWN OF UNADILLA.

Syracuse Airport (SYR) 

Syracuse Airport (SYR) directions to track:

Using Col. Eileen Collins Blvd, leave the airport and exit at Route 81 South. Take Route 81 south to exit 25A--- the NYS Thruway. Go east on the NYS Thruway to exit #32-“Westmoreland”. Turn left at the light after the toll booths. Go approximately 3 miles to Judd Road. Turn right onto Judd Road. Judd Road turns into Rt. 840 which turns into Route #8 south. Stay on Route #8 SOUTH right to the track.

 

HOSPITALS


 Utica, NY:St. Elizabeth’s; 2209 Genesee St.; Utica    (315) 798-8100

 approx. 30 minutes

Take Route #8 north to Utica. Route #8 becomes an expressway just south of Utica. Exit at “Genesee St-New Hartford”. Turn right at bottom of ramp. St. Elizabeth’s is 1.2 miles on your right.

Hamilton, NY: Community Memorial: 150 Broad St. (Rt. 12B)    (315) 824-6552

approx. 30 minutes

 Leave track and take Route #8 south about 1 mile. Turn right on County Route #25. (Small sign with an arrow pointing right for “Columbus” just prior to turn.) Stay on this road about 15 minutes to the Village of Sherburne. (Note that County Route #25 ends and turns into State Route #80.) At the traffic light, turn right onto Rt. #12 north. At the flashing light, bear left onto Rt. #12B north. This will take you to Hamilton. Community Memorial is on the left across from Colgate University.

Norwich, NY: Chenango Memorial; 179 N. Broad St. (Rt. #12)  (607) 337-4111

approx. 25 minutes

Leave track and take Route #8 south to New Berlin. At traffic light, turn right. Take County Route #320 (turns into Rt. #29) to the end, approximately 15 minutes. Turn left at end onto Route #12 south. Chenango Memorial is about ½ mile on your right.

THINGS TO DO


 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

FINGER LAKES WINE TRAIL

NORTHEAST CLASSIC CAR MUSEUM

BREWERY OMEGANG 

ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS

MADISON-BOUCKVILLE ANTIQUES

POST EVENT INFO



Pro Results: Posted after the event at www.promotocross.com
Event Souvenirs/Merchandise: Available on Vendor Row or online at www.MotoTees.com

2014 UNADILLA NATIONAL WINNERS
  • 450 Class: Ryan Dungey (Red Bull KTM)
  • 250 Class: Christophe Pourcel (Valli Yamaha)

TRACK PROFILE


Unadilla Motocross began racing in 1969 after its founder, Ward Robinson, fell in love with dirt bike racing after seeing a hare scrambles event.  Would you believe that the infamous Unadilla track layout was actually the second choice?  The original pro track layout was planned to be on the footprint of today’s amateur track U2, however, logistical concerns turned eyes and designs toward what was to become known simply as UNADILLA.  Since its beginnings, Unadilla has hosted Trans-AMA (1970-1978), Trans-USA (1979-1981), the 250cc USGP (1978-1992), the first ever MX des Nations in the United States (1987), and a round of the US Nationals since 1989.  Unadilla’s history is full of epic battles, which make sense once you consider that every significant racer in Motocross’ history have challenged Unadilla over the years. Unadilla is now second generation family owned and includes a round of the ATV Nationals, a round of the GNCC series, a vintage racing weekend (MX Rewind), and several amateur events during the racing season.

Utilizing a former dairy farm, Unadilla was laid out to be European in nature.  The track’s rolling natural terrain layout sprawls out over 55 acres of classic New York countryside.  While many of the original track features remain (Gravity Cavity, The Wall), Unadilla has evolved over the years to respond to the changes within the sport.  The origin of Skyshot, which was added to capitalize on racers and bikes abilities to launch over 150’ while being over 30’ in the air, actually came from an amateur race.  Due to extremely muddy conditions, racers were cutting the original track and had made a line which allowed them to jump over the corner and nearly over the top of the hill.  That gave second generation Robinson, Greg, an idea for a track change.  Much to the chagrin of elder Robinson, Ward, Skyshot was added the following year.  Little did they know that this jump would become one of the most iconic and most photographed jumps on the circuit.   Three new sections and a few track reworks have been since added to enhance both racing and spectator experiences.  Our newest track section brings the action closer to the crowds that line the hills of Gravity Cavity and tunnels now allow spectators to navigate more quickly from one favorite section to another.  No matter where you like to view the racing action from, we hope you will pull up your favorite spot and enjoy another great day of racing at Unadilla.

While Unadilla has been and will always be about the Pro National Motocross racing, did you know that a big part of this historic facility is now rooted in amateur racing?  Starting in 1993, and on the infamous pro track, Unadilla jumped head first into amateur racing.  That year saw one of the largest amateur races in AMA history with over 1800 entries, followed up by the largest 125 AMA National with 290+ entries, and if that weren’t enough, it was also the largest 250 National ever with 290+ entries.  Over the next six years, nearly 10,000 riders got to experience the thrill of competing on the famed Unadilla soil.  However, by the end of the July 1999 Pro National, there wasn’t much of that famed soil left-those years of amateur racing had destroyed this once famed facility.  The Robinson family realized that a decision had to be made-either run amateur races, or quit amateur racing and focus on the Pro National Motocross.  However, why not do both?  In the fall of 1999, and with the help of a familiar face, Doug Henry, U2 was born.  By the beginning of the 2000 racing season, the track was up and running, and more importantly, it was winning fans who felt the track was more suited to the amateur rider.

One common question is where the name Unadilla comes from.  The track is located in the Unadilla River Valley, so the original name of the facility was The Unadilla Valley Sports Center.  Over time, the track would become known as just Unadilla.  However, the actual name ‘Unadilla’ is an Iroquois name which means “place of meeting.” 

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