2017 Roland Sands Hooligan Flat Track Races. Thrills And Spills.

Organized by RSD and nicknamed the “Thrills And Spills” of Flat Track Racing, the 2017 Super Hooligan National Championship Series is a 10-round competition. It gets started this Sunday in Oregon and will end the weekend of October 13-14 in California. The races have been located in parallel to some of the best events in the US. Particularity of the Hooligan Series is the diversity of its participants, from former racers to plumbers to motocross riders, to everybody Joes. It’s a no-holds-barred battle to the stripe on 500 lbs. of fury.

Indian Motorcycle has ponied up with a FTR 750 Factory Indian Scout professional flat track race bike as the championship prize. Dunlop Tires, Motul Oils, K&N Filters and Bell Helmets are also involved in a big way, bringing fat contingency checks to the competitors, rewarding heroic rides and top finishers. Full schedule after the jump.

Feb 12. The One Pro – Salem, OR
Feb 17. Mama Tried’s Flat Out Friday – Milwaukee Wisconsin (Check back for more info)
March 25. American Flat Track GNC – Dixie Speedway, Woodstock, GA (Check back for more info)
April 22. Hippy Killer Ho Down – Perris, CA (Check back for more info)
June TBD. Costa Mesa Super Hooligan Night – Costa Mesa, CA (Check back for more info)
July 22 & 23. Dirt Quake – Portland, OR (Check back for more info)
August 9. Buffalo Chip TT – Sturgis, SD (Check back for more info)
August TBD. Wheels and Waves Invitational – Cayucos, CA (Check back for more info)
October 7. American Flat Track GNC – Perris, CA (Check back for more info)
October 14 & 15. Bolsa Chica Banzai – Bolsa Chica State Beach, CA (Check back for more info)

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7 Responses to “2017 Roland Sands Hooligan Flat Track Races. Thrills And Spills.”


  1. 1 Jack Danbury Feb 11th, 2017 at 11:44 am

    Will go to the one in Sturgis in August.

  2. 2 skeeter Feb 11th, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    “National Championship” with all but 3 of the races are on the west coast ??
    No race in Daytona, nothing in the north east, no Texas race ? Not to flame it just questions?

  3. 3 GUNK Feb 11th, 2017 at 10:49 pm

    Innaugaral Year. wing dings like this take a tremendous amount of work and logistics to organise. Tracks, sponsors, insurance, semi’s to haul all the staff and Their equipment, weekends that racks are available.
    Lots of people to get this off the ground. Good start. Ot appears it mey have the old “club races” feel
    before racing went all corperate. I’m impressed for a 1st effort at a Nat’l Series. Used to watch Roland when He was a Young buck on 250 gp bikes. Good on Him for giving back to the sport.

  4. 4 Derek Smith Feb 12th, 2017 at 7:56 am

    All sounds great! Just wish they would head east… how about a stop in Ohio, Michigan, or Pennsylvania. The heartland of the motorcycle community would welcome the series!

  5. 5 Willyd Feb 12th, 2017 at 8:04 am

    Wonder if it will have a live or delayed streaming of any kind???? Thank you Roland and all of the sponsors involved!

  6. 6 JohnnySpeed Feb 13th, 2017 at 8:50 am

    So is hooligan racing just for pros now? It seems to be getting pretty corporate at this point and very expensive.

  7. 7 nicker Feb 21st, 2017 at 12:19 am

    Looks like a “destruction derby”….???

    -nicker-

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