Muddy Creek Raceway is home to the 4th Annual Tennessee National – Round 5 of the prestigious Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. Nestled within the scenic Smoky Mountains in eastern Tennessee, the Tennessee National is the best way to get outside and enjoy the sun, friends and family while watching the athletes of the most physically demanding professional action sport go bar to bar in intense, dirt-slinging action, that is only found on 12 of the best motocross tracks across the country.
Along with hosting the world's fastest racers, the 2016 Tennessee National will also have an interactive Sponsor Village, Vendor Row and local fare. Amateur racing will bookend pro racing both Friday and Sunday.
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Here are some frequently asked questions regarding ticketing. For more information on the Tennessee National including admission, gate times, pit passes, directions and event address, please go to tennesseepromx.com.
Q: Can I purchase tickets at the event?
A: Yes, you can always buy General Admission tickets at the gate. VIP Super Tickets, Bomber Club and Racer X All Day Pit Passes are limited and generally sell out in advance.
Q: Do I have to pay for parking?
A: Yes. On Saturday there is $10 Fan Parking fee per vehicle.
Q: What age are the child tickets?
A: Kids tickets are for ages 6-11.
Q: Do the little ones get in free?
A: Yes, children age 5 and under get in free.
Q: I am wondering what Bomber Club tickets get me? What does it all include?
A: Other than the Super Pass VIP Ticket, the Bomber Club is the best ticket available! This brand new ticket option is replacing the Premier Viewing option and has an improved location and value. $125 Bomber Club tickets will include admission Thursday-Sunday, private viewing area from one of the best and exciting areas of the racetrack, plus Pro Pit access all weekend including all day Saturday 9am-5pm. Be one of the first 100 ticket purchasers and receive a FREE rally towel to wave on your favorite riders!
Q: I just purchased 2 Adult and 2 Child Super Tickets. The tickets I printed are all in my name, does that matter? Should I edit the tickets and type in the contact info and re-print for all attendees?
A: You do not need to change any information on the tickets. All of your tickets will work at the gate and attendees do not need to be together to enter. All attendees must sign a release form before entering.
Q: Where can I purchase a Pit Pass?
A: There are two types of Pit Passes available to you: the Racer X All Day Pit Pass and the Early Entry Pit Pass. You can purchase Racer X Pit Passes online in advance as they generally sell out. Early Entry pit passes are sold online in advance, as well as on-site at the event. Racer X Pit Passes are good for all day Pro Pit access while Early Entry Pit Passes are only valid on Saturday from 9am until noon. There is limited availability on both types of Pit Passes and they may sell out.
Q: Will the Racer X Pit Pass get me into the event?
A: Yes, you must redeem your Racer X Pit Pass at Will Call. You will receive a wristband that is good for gate admission and pro pit access from 9am-5pm.
Q: Will the Early Entry Pit Pass get me into the event?
A: No, you must purchase a General Admission ticket online or at the event for the day you arrive.
Q: I purchased multiple Racer X Pit Passes online. Can I pick them up for family or friends if they’re not with me at the booth?
A: No. Everyone using a Racer X Pit Pass must be present at Will Call in order to obtain his or her own wristband. A staff member will put on each person’s wristband after a release form has been signed (if the recipient is under 18, Minor Release Form will have to be filled out by an adult).
Q: Are we allowed to bring an ice cooler with food and drinks?
A: Yes, you are allowed to bring in a cooler and you may bring in alcohol. However, NO GLASS BOTTLES ALLOWED. NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED IN THE PRO PITS.
Q: Can we bring chairs? Can we set up a tent or EZ up?
A: Yes, you can bring chairs. You can bring a tent but there will be a designated area for tents or EZ-ups as they impede viewing for other fans. We do not allow tents or EZ-ups within 40' of the track fence in order to keep an open view of the track for fans.
Q: Can my dog come to the races?
A: Dogs are allowed National weekend at the track with CAMPING FANS ONLY. Dogs must stay on a leash Friday and Sunday, but must stay at your CAMPER ON SATURDAY. For safety reasons, we do not allow dogs in the pro paddock, Sponsor Village or in fan viewing areas on pro race day Saturday.
Q: My printer broke. Can I use my smart phone to get in?
A: Yes, but we urge fans to always print out their tickets and bring them to the event. Your phone may not work depending on cellular reception, so always be safe and print ahead of time.
Q: What is the difference between Fan Camping and Preferred Camping?
A: Preferred Camping is generally located much closer to the track and tends to have more families.
Q: Is camping based on reservations or first-come basis?
A: In order to get all of the campers parked in a safe and orderly fashion, camping is first-come.
Q: Are there electric or water hook ups for RVs?
A: No. All camping is primitive.
Q: If we elect to camp, what time do we need to be out of the camping spot on Sunday?
A: Following the amateur racing program at dusk on Sunday.
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There’s a proud history for motocross in the Southeast, and much of that history unfolded on the soil of Muddy Creek Raceway. The track only joined the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross schedule in 2013, but many of the top riders on the circuit were already familiar with it from days spent racing there in the amateur ranks.
Even at the pro National, the track offers its family-friendly feel. From the small towns surrounding the track to the deep rows of trucks, trailers and motorhomes in the amateur pits, Muddy Creek Raceway retains its familiar feel. Well, until the gate drops, and today’s top riders and equipment slice up the track, pushing the pace, jumping higher and faster than ever before. That’s when you know this track is ready for its date on the big stage.
And what a stage it is! Muddy Creek weaves in and out of a valley, and offers several tight 180-degree turns that are perfect for passing. On the high speed sections, riders air out huge jumps, from a series of table tops in front of the spectators, to The Bomber uphill triple, the obstacles on pro day aren’t for the faint of heart. The track offers such good racing that several motos have come down to the final turn of the last lap. If you come to witness some Southeastern motocross history first hand, you won’t be disappointed.
1. Ken Roczen (1-1)
2. Eli Tomac (2-2)
3. Broc Tickle (6-3)
4. Cole Seely (3-6)
5. Marvin Musquin (7-4)
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1. Cooper Webb (2-1)
2. Joey Savatgy (2-7)
3. Shane McElrath (5-2)
4. Jordon Smith (4-6)
5. Jeremy Martin (6-5)
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