High Point National

TimeJune 17, 2022 - June 19, 2022

Est: 1977

Welcome to the 45th Running of the High Point National. The 2022 High Point National will serve as the 4th round of racing in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing.

Special Events/Information:

  1. High Point Mountain Bike Park Grand Opening & Dedication Ceremony - Friday, June 18 at Noon.
  2. Specialized Industry Invitation eMTB Ride - Friday, June 18 from Noon to 2 PM
  3. High Point Mountain Bike Park Open to Public - Friday, June 18 from 2 - 6 PM
  4. STACYC (ePeeWee) Racing - Friday, June 18 at 7 p.m. FREE to enter
  5. Pit Bike National & Bull Riding Championship @ Pit Bike Track - Friday, June 18 at 8 p.m. $20 to enter


  • FREE! Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet check at Gate 4. Mt. Morris Tire Shop.
  • Onsite ATM
  • Open Air Festival Seating Available; Bleacher Seating will not be available
  • Nearly 100% Track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
  • Infield Track Viewing
  • "The Zoo" - Infield Adult Viewing Area (18+ years)
  • Covered Super Ticket VIP Viewing Area with live timing and scoring, private restrooms, and catering.
  • ADA Viewing Area & convenient parking
  • Large interactive Sponsor Village
  • Food, Drinks and Beer Concessions
  • Easy Entry/Exit 
  • Onsite Camping

General Information

  • Saturday Parking Fee: $10/vehicle
  • Gates open Thursday @ Noon and close midnight to 6 am daily. Please plan accordingly.
  • Be prepared to show credentials at all security checkpoints
  • General Information: located at the Main Entrance/Gate 1
  • Will Call: located in white tent across the road from Pro Gate/Gate 2 (Friday 9am-5pm & Saturday 7am-2pm)
  • First Aid: located at Ambulance Station on Amateur Side B
  • Security: headquartered at Main Entrance/Gate 1
  • Lost & Found: located at Announcer Tower
  • Pets Allowed: must remain on least at all times. Must stay in Camping Area and Amateur Pits. No pets allowed on Pro Side A or in fan viewing areas on Saturday. 
  • No glass bottles in Fan Viewing areas.
  • No drones or remote control aircraft.
  • No pit vehicles. We do not allow pit bikes, quads, scooters, golf carts, UTVs, etc. 
  • No open campfires. Gas and charcoal cooking grills ONLY permitted. 
  • Do not take banners. Banners and event signage are the private property of High Point Raceway. Removal of these items is illegal and punishable by law. You will be prosecuted for theft.
  • Responsibility. Motocross racing, like all motorsports can be dangerous. When you enter the grounds you assume the risk of injury and/or damage to your person and property. It is your responsibility to keep yourself and your children safe. Be aware of their location at all times. Never turn you back to oncoming racers. Remember, you share the facility with moving wheels and motorcycles. Be cautious of moving wheels in foot traffic areas. 
  • Keep your radio tuned to MXFM 89.1 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!

Track Profile

There might not be a better place to see the grandeur of the full display of the sport of motocross than Greene County’s High Point Raceway. This track weaves its way around a deep valley, treating the riders to constant elevation changes. From the slippery off-camber corners to the high-speed runs to and from the valley floor, no section of this track is completely flat, which makes it a true challenge and fun racetrack. But what makes it tough for the athletes makes it great for the spectators, because several vantage points atop the valley offer full views of the track below. Further, High Point’s jumps were engineered to sit right in front of the main spectator areas, letting fans get close while they watch the riders go big. Some call it moto theater—and it’s a show filled with ups and downs, twists and turns.

Where did it all start?  In the fall of 1976 brothers Jack and Carroll Holbert invited off-road pioneer Dave Coombs Sr. out to their family farm in Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania, to see if he wanted to build a motocross track there. High Point Raceway was founded shortly thereafter with the help in design by the visiting Maico factory team from Europe. Since then High Point has been among the pillars of American motocross, hosting a round of the AMA Po Motocross Championship every year since 1977, and countless off-road, regional and local motocross events. 

In 2017 High Point underwent major changes. Gone is the iconic uphill start. New is a massive first turn sweeper, Finish Line and brand new hydraulic starting gate, providing fans with longer and better views of the famous racetrack. We moved more than 150,000 cubic yards of dirt to bring our racers and fans this new experience. The renovations provided a better starting grid, as well as an enhanced podium location and celebration with a stadium feel. 

Roam from vantage point to vantage point around the circuit, and experience the action from multiple areas. But no matter where you end up, you will be able to see nearly 100% of the race action, as High Point has a unique amphitheater design. And just as unique as the racetrack are the fans. Our fans are the best!  They are tough, hardy and fun-spirited; they enjoy the outdoors and love their moto!  High Point fans are Steeler fans, Pirate fans and Penguin fans, which makes this southeastern Pennsylvania venue the perfect place to spend Father’s Day.

So take your dad to the races this summer, and celebrate 43 years of great racing memories at High Point Raceway with a few thousand of your friends!

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Twitter: @highpointmx

Contact Us

Racer Productions
Event Director: Tim Cotter (304) 284-0084
[email protected]

Shipping Address:

High Point Raceway
c/o:(Name of Recipient)
281 Taylortown Rd
Mount Morris, PA 15349

High Point National Winners

450 Class   
Date WinnerHometown Machine
6/15/19Eli TomacCoretz, COKAW
6/16/18Eli TomacCortez, COKAW
6/17/17Blake BaggettGrand Terrace, CAKTM
6/18/16Ken RoczenGermanySUZ
6/13/15Ken RoczenGermanySUZ
6/14/14James StewartHaines City, FL SUZ
6/8/13Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, WAKAW
6/9/12Ryan DungeyBelle Plaine, MNKTM
6/11/11Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, WAKAW
6/12/10Ryan DungeyBelle Plaine, MNSUZ
6/13/09Chad ReedAustraliaSUZ
6/15/08James StewartHaines City, FL KAW
5/27/07Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL SUZ
5/28/06Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL SUZ
5/29/05Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL SUZ
5/30/04Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL HON
5/25/03Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL HON
5/26/02Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL HON
5/27/01David VuilleminFrance YAM
5/28/00David VuilleminFrance YAM
5/30/99Greg Albertyn South AfricaSUZ
5/24/98Ezra LuskBainbridge, GA HON
5/25/97Damon BradshawMooresville, NC HON
5/26/96Jeff EmigKansas City, KSKAW
5/28/95Doug HenryOxford, CT YAM
5/29/94Mike KiedrowskiCanyon Country, CA KAW
5/30/93Damon BradshawMooresville, NC YAM
5/24/92Damon BradshawMooresville, NC YAM
5/26/91Jeff StantonSherwood, MI HON
5/27/90Damon BradshawMooresville, NC YAM
5/28/89Jeff StantonSherwood, MI HON
5/29/88Rick JohnsonEl Cajon, CA HON
5/24/87Ron LechienEl Cajon, CA KAW
5/25/86Rick JohnsonEl Cajon, CA HON
5/26/85Jeff WardSan Juan Capistrano, CA KAW
5/27/84Rick JohnsonEl Cajon, CA YAM
5/29/83Bob HannahWhittier, CA HON
5/30/82Rick JohnsonEl Cajon, CA YAM
5/24/81Kent HowertonSan Antonio, TX SUZ
5/25/80Kent HowertonSan Antonio, TX SUZ
7/8/79Kent HowertonSan Antonio, TX SUZ
7/29/78Jim EllisE. Hampton, CT HON
5/29/77Tony DiStefanoMorrisville, PA SUZ


250 Class   
Date WinnerHometown Machine
2020 COVID--
6/15/19Adam CianciaruloPort Orange, FLKAW
6/16/18Aaron PlessingerHamilton, OHYAM
6/17/17Jeremy MartinMillville, MNHON
6/18/16Joey SavatgyThomasville, GAKAW
6/13/15Marvin MusquinFranceKTM
6/14/14Blake BaggettGrand Terrace, CAKAW
6/8/13Marvin MusquinFranceKTM
6/9/12Eli TomacCortez, COHON
6/11/11Blake BaggettGrand Terrace, CAKAW
6/12/10Tyla RattraySouth AfricaKAW
6/13/09Christophe PourcelFranceKAW
6/15/08Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, WA KAW
5/27/07Joshua GrantRiverside, CA HON
5/28/06Ryan VillopotoPoulsbo, WA KAW
5/29/05Mike AlessiVictorville, CA KTM
5/30/04James StewartHaines City, FL KAW
5/25/03Michael BrownJohnson City, TN KAW
5/26/02Chad ReedAustralia YAM
5/27/01Travis PastranaAnnapolis, MD SUZ
5/28/00Kelly SmithLudington, MI KTM
5/30/99Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL KAW
5/24/98Ricky CarmichaelHavana, FL KAW
5/25/97Scott SheakGermantown, NY HON
5/26/96Kevin WindhamBaton Rouge, LA KAW
5/28/95Tim FerryLargo, FL SUZ
5/29/94Doug HenryOxford, CT HON
5/30/93Jeff EmigKansas City, KS YAM
5/24/92Mike LaRoccoSouth Bend, IN KAW
5/26/91Brian SwinkFenton, MI HON
5/27/90Jean-Michel BayleFrance HON
5/28/89George HollandKerman, CA HON
5/29/88Guy CooperStillwater, OK SUZ
5/24/87Micky DymondYorba Linda, CA HON
5/25/86Micky DymondYorba Linda, CA HON
5/26/85Erik KehoeGranada Hills, CA SUZ
5/27/84Jeff WardSan Juan Capistrano, CA KAW
5/29/83Mark BarnettBridgeview, IL SUZ


500cc Motocross   
Date WinnerHometown Machine
5/26/85David BaileyAxton, VA HON
5/27/84David BaileyAxton, VA HON
5/29/83Danny ChandlerForesthill, CA HON
5/30/82Darrell ShultzTrinidad, CA HON
5/24/81Broc GloverEl Cajon, CA YAM
5/25/80Chuck SunSherwood, OR HON
7/8/79Gaylon MosierHuntington Beach, CA KAW
7/9/78Rick BurgettSandy, OR YAM