The National returns Saturday, June 27th 2020
Welcome to the Southwick National in Southwick, MA. This historic racetrack makes its return in 2020 on Saturday June 27th to the circuit and will serve as the seventh round of the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing.
Open Air Festival Seating
Covered Super Ticket Viewing Area
Covered VIP Viewing Areas with live PA feed, live timing and scoring, live race footage, private restrooms, and catering
Infield Track Viewing
Nearly 100% track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
Handicap Viewing Area
Food and Soft Drink Concessions
Front Gate Parking
The Wick 338
Southwick, MA 01077
The first Southwick motocross race was held in 1972 just down the road from our current location. It was an NESC race held to benefit some of the towns charities, over the years the track has donated thousands of dollars to causes and schools close by.
The Current Location
The track you see today was carved out of the woods behind the American Legion Post 338 by Legion members who were also fathers of NESC racers. Lead by Bernie Yelin, Pat Smith, Ray Peebles, Dante Molta, Clovis Goyette and many more men and women worked long hours to create this world famous track.
Check out more history here!
Gates open at 7:00AM on Saturday
Tickets start at 45. for adults, 20. for kids 6-11, under 6 are free
A limited number of preferred viewing area and all day pit passes are available.
No drones allowed on property
No pit vehicles. We do not allow bikes, quads, scooters golf carts, UTVs, etc.
No pets on Saturday
No glass allowed on property
Rental car parking enter through main pit gate
Will call tent at Gate A through the main entrance
Spectator parking $10
Be prepared to show credentials at all security checkpoints
No open campfires. Gas and charcoal cooking grills ONLY permitted.
Do not take banners. Banners and event signage are the private property of the promoter. 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. It is your responsibility to keep yourself and your children. Be aware of their location at all times. Never turn you back to oncoming racers.