Motocross Baltic Championship take place in three stages according to the commonly approved racing calendar and classes:
First stage – 19th of April, Kaunas, Lithuania (Q50, Q100, Q200)
Second stage – 28th of June, Viļaka, Latvia (Q50, Q100, Q200)
Third stage – 12th of July, Tihemetsa, Estonia (Q50, Q100, Q200)
First stage – 7th of June, Karksi-Nuia, Estonia (50cc, 65cc, 85cc, 125cc, MX2, MX1, Quad Pro, Sidecars)
Second stage – 28th, 29th of June, Viļaka, Latvia (50cc, 65cc, 85cc, 125cc, MX2, MX1, Quad Pro, Sidecars)
Second stage – 12th of July, Tihemetsa, Estonia (Quad Pro)
Third stage – 16th, 17th of August, Pakruojis, Lithuania (50cc, 65cc, 85cc, 125cc, MX2, MX1, Quad Pro, Sidecars)
Third stage – 6th of September, Tihemetsa, Estonia (85cc)
Awards of the Baltic Championship
All six races of the three Baltic Championship competitions will count towards the final standings.
Riders winning the 1st place of Baltic Championship win the title of Baltic Motocross champion of the current year. Teams winning the 1st place of Baltic Teams Championship win the title of Baltic Motocross Team champion of the current year.
Riders winning 1st, 2nd or 3rd places of Baltic Championship are awarded with gold, silver and bronze medals, cups and diplomas. Teams winning 1st, 2nd or 3rd places of Baltic Teams Championship are awarded cups and diplomas.
Winners of each stage (by class) are awarded according to competition regulations. Awards are presented at least to the first three places in each class (with cups, medals or other awards).
Riders to be awarded must participate in the awarding ceremony.
MX1, MX2 and Quad Pro classes according to the place in total standings at the end of season receive money awards as follows (Place/ Eur):
The prize money for Baltic Championship will be awarded in the end of the season. A participant can win
only when he/she has taken part in all three rounds of the Baltic Championship.
Baltic Championship MX1