2021 HANGTOWN MX NATIONAL
Premier tent seating on the starting line with raised amphitheater-style bleachers, unobstructed views of almost the entire track and an All-Day Pit Pass. Full lunch-buffet on pro day, premier parking, high-end executive restroom, live TV on multiple flat screens and guest gift package. We provide a full bar with the first two drinks on us and all soda/water/ice-tea drinks are free of charge. This is a reserve seating area, at the time of purchase, you’ll be able to reserve your individual seat(s). * We do not offer a children’s ticket, age 6 – 11. If your child is 5 or under, they are free.
Enhance your Hangtown experience with the VIP ticket! You will be sitting adjacent to the starting line, next to the Hangtown Tower and under covered bleachers with some of the best views of the racetrack! Watch all the starts up close and see the best riders in the world jumping right at you over the finish line catapult jump! This ticket is extremely limited and will sell out well before the event date. Every VIP ticket includes an unobtainable All-Day Pit Pass. At time of purchase, you’ll be able to reserve your individual seat(s).
* We do not offer a children’s ticket, age 6 – 11. If your child is 5 or under, then they are free.
Premier inside track seating adjacent to the starting line and directly across from the mechanics/signal area. These seats are the closest you can be to the racetrack and not be riding. With some of the best views at the park, covered bleacher seating, and an All-Day Pit Pass, these seats will not last long and will sell out well before the event!
* We do not offer a children’s ticket, age 6 – 11. If your child is 5 or under, they are free.
Adult General Admission ticket to the 52nd Annual Hangtown Motocross Classic, the oldest race in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Every year history is made, and you can be a part of it too!
Prairie City OHV Park
Rancho Cordova, CA
Founded in March 1968, the Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club (DDNMC) embarked on a plan to present a motocross competition that would bring top riders to Northern California. As a result, the Hangtown Motocross Classic was born. The first DDNMC race was held at Murray’s Ranch outside of Placerville in 1969. The race took its name from the Gold Rush days, when Placerville was known as “Hangtown.” With a turnout of about 150 sportsman riders and 30 pros, the event (with its $600 pro purse) set the stage for Hangtown’s future.
The race eventually outgrew the sleepy hillsides of Placerville, and in 1979 the Club and the Sacramento County Department of Parks and Recreation put together a permanent facility at the Prairie City OHV Park in Rancho Cordova, near Sacramento.
Eventually, the State OHV Department took control of the park and, in conjunction with DDNMC, has provided permanent sprinklers, fencing, restrooms, running water, gazebos, a state-of-the-art announcing tower, and other facilities.
While Hangtown predates the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, a national series was the dream of the founders 50 years ago. The DDNMC is proud to own and produce the longest-running motocross national of all, the Hangtown Motocross Classic. It remains the only event on the schedule still run by a motorcycle club.
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT THE TRACK
YEARS OF RACING