Miami GP Raceway is also host to SuperMoto and MiniMoto riders every Saturday night. The MiniMoto program started almost ten years ago at Miami GP, with SuperMoto added in early 2010 with the building of a dirt section on the eastern edge of the go-kart track.
Supermoto and Minimoto are usually converted dirt bikes with slick tires or street tires. The Supermoto are run on asphalt and dirt and MiniMoto on asphalt only. Supermoto was originally conceived to bring together motorcycle riders from different motorcycle racing but today Supermoto is a distinct genre of its own. Unlike normal motorcycle racing, the emphasis lies on slower speeds on technical tracks where rider skill matters more than outright machine performance. Miami GP is an excellent blend of speed and technical layout to make this a very popular track. Riders wear road racing leathers and motocross helmets and boots and gloves.
The 305Motard organization hosts races at Miami GP, and has a full Championship that runs throughout the year. For more info on this championship go to 305Motard.com.