Fantasy MX’s Bold New Entry

May 11, 2012 9:30am
There is a bold new entry on the Motocross Fantasy 2012 scene. is the creation of former professional MX/SX rider and factory Kawasaki mechanic Bryan Emig. Fantasy Racing Club offers simplified rules and scoring, making league play easy to understand yet exciting enough to keep the most die-hard fans interested.

“After years of racing professionally and working on bikes, was a natural progression for me,” said founder Brian Emig. “It’s a great way to keep the thrill in the sport.” And for Emig, MX/SX is a family affair. His brother Jeff Emig, a co-announcer on the SPEED Channel, is a multi-time MX champion.

On, league players pick 4 riders in each of the two classes and earn points off of those riders. Riders outside of the top ten earn double points. There are a variety of picks available each week and results are posted the day after the races. Fantasy Racing Club also offers a full race day guide, complete with injury reports, practice times and TV schedules.  Prizes will be awarded to the top 10 players in the overall series with additional prizes for the top 3 in points after round 6.

With exciting additions planned for 2013, Fantasy Racing Club is poised to make its mark on the industry. The 2012 season offers public league play, while planned 2013 changes include a Private League option, allowing fans to create and compete in their own leagues.

MX/SX fans should race to to sign up today. The deadline for league entry is May 19th, with the 1st race starting at 1pm PST. Players must enroll by May 19th to be eligible for prizes.