Are you ready for a global motocross extravaganza that promises to be the most diverse showdown of the year at Glen Helen Raceway. It’s the World Vet MX Cup of Nations, where motocross warriors from around the world convene for national glory. World Vet MX Cup of Nations will be taking place on November 3-5, at the the 39th Annual Dubya World Vet MX Championships.

Riders from all corners of the globe will represent their countries in teams made up of three fearless riders. The focus is on national pride and global camaraderie as these riders battle for the coveted World Cup Trophy, which will be presented to the winner by Glen Helen Raceway founder, Bud Feldkamp.

17 teams have already registered for this epic showdown, proudly representing their countries. The competition rules are straightforward ,yet stringent, riders must present an official birth certificate or passport from their respective countries, and each team must have at least two riders meeting this requirement. The racing will unfold over two heart-pounding motos, taking place on Saturday and Sunday, with points awarded based on finishing positions within each age group. The team with the lowest combined score across both motos will be crowned the World Vet MX Cup of Nations Champions.

Teams will be composed of a rider in the Over-30 division, a rider in the Over-40 division and a rider in the Over-50 age. Each age group will gets its on started with the Over-30 group first followed at 30 second intervals by the Over-40 and Over-50 classes. Each age group is scored separately, ensuring a level playing field and fair competition for all.

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