The 2019 Fox Raceway National is coming. On May 25th, the world’s fastest riders will battle it out at the second stop of the Pro Motocross series. Hopefully, you already have your tickets, if not, scroll below for more information. We'll be kicking things off on Thursday, May 23rd. Come visit the Fox Racing Trailer onsite where you can score some swag, enter a raffle to upgrade your Fox Raceway National tickets and become a VIP, shop limited edition products, and more. We’ll be there through Sunday, so come by and say hi.
FOX RACING'S ONSITE SCHEDULE & EVENTS
Location: Fox Raceway
Address: 12799 California Highway 76, Pala, CA 92059 US
- Thursday (5/23): 9:00 am – 5:00 pm *Open to campers
- Friday (5/24): 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
- Saturday (5/25): 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
- Sunday (5/26): 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Free Fox Swag at the Fox Racing trailer
- Raffle: Enter to upgrade your ticket to VIP
- Limited Edition apparel, while supplies last
- Shopping, Thursday - Sunday
Fox Racing Retail Store
The Fox Retail Store will be open all weekend long, so you can pick up some Fox Racing merch while you're enjoying all the action.
Friday – Sunday: 9am to 4pm
12799 California Highway 76, Pala, CA 92059 US
FOX RACEWAY NATIONAL TICKETS
The Fox Raceway National has many ticket options available including VIP packages, pit passes, and camping tickets.
Click here for tickets and pricing.
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Born into a family of racers, from early on it was clear that Ryan Dungey was something special. Fast forward through two decades, and having already notched up first place wins at the Supercross Lites Championship and the 250 Motocross Championship in 2009, the 2010 racing season proved to be a particularly memorable one for the American rider. Ryan started the season by showing that he belonged with the big boys in supercross. By the time the North American series was finished, he was crowned 2010 Supercross Champion.
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