Racer X MotoDynasty Fantasy Motocross has teamed up with FMF to present The FMF Fantasy Motocross of Nations Challenge. Below are details on how to play for this weekend’s Motocross of Nations in Italy.
How to Play:
1.) Sign-Up: This will be the easiest decision you’ve made all week—go to motodynasty.racerxonline.com to sign up.
There are two options:
1.) Test your skills against the field in Dynasty Play.
2). Create or join a private league with your buddies, co-workers, families, the dude at the local watering hole—whoever. You can talk smack on them specifically all weekend.
Big shoutout to our friends at FMF, who back the Team USA effort hardcore. All three Team USA bikes (Webb, Anderson, Martin) feature FMF exhausts this year. USA! USA! USA! FMF! FMF! FMF!
FMF is also putting up the prizes for this weekend's MotoDynasty Fantasy Challenge. We've got FMF apparel and a PowerCore 4 exhaust on the line. You want this stuff!
In order to be eligible for prizes, you must go the paid route. You can still play for FREE if you want, but you will not be eligible for prizes. Each moto of the three-moto event is $4 to play. Individual moto winners compete for the FMF apparel packs. You must be prize eligible in all three motos to be in the running for the combined prize championship, which awards the PowerCore 4 exhaust.
If you’re feeling frisky, you can select a moto winner as well for 10 bonus points. But remember, if the rider you pick doesn’t win the moto, you lose 10 points.
Race 1 Prize Pack
Race 2 Prize Pack
The Motocross of Nations gameplay will be a bit different from a supercross and motocross. Let’s get into to how it breaks down:
- There will be three races to participate in this weekend— Race 1 (MXGP vs MX2), Race 2 (Open vs MX2), Race 3 (Open vs MXGP). Like regular Dynasty play, you will choose 12 riders in the order you think they will finish for each race. The same scoring rules from SX and MX apply. 50 points for choosing the correct winner, then 25 points for getting 2-12 correct.
- If you’re feeling frisky, you can select a moto winner as well for 10 bonus points. But remember, if the rider you pick doesn’t win the moto, you lose 10 points.
- The winner of each race will receive a FMF apparel prize package. (See below for tiebreaker rules.)
- The user with the most prize eligible points in all three races combined will receive a PowerCore 4 from FMF.
Our sponsors are extremely generous when they commit to providing prizes for our top players. Coming back to them with a request for more product than they committed too is not fun. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, we need to have a tiebreaker. So, here is the breakdown.
If Race 1 ends in a tie we will refer to Race 2 to determine the Race 1 winner. This means the highest prize eligible score in Race 2 will be declared the prize winner of Race 1. If Race 2 ends in a tie, the highest prize eligible score in Race 3 will determine the winner. If Race 3 ends in a tie, the highest combined prize eligible score will determine the prize winner of Race 3. In the event of a tie for the combined prize championship we will refer to the highest score of Race 3, followed by Race 2 and Race 1 if necessary. The highest score will determine the champion.