NASMOTO Announces 2007 ScheduleWednesday, May 16, 2007 | 6:36 AM
More Tracks, New Exciting Venues, More Fun and the Queen Returns
Santa Monica, Calif. - May 16, 2007 - NASMOTO (North American SuperMoto) kicks off its third year with a blockbuster schedule for the 2007 NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Prix, which builds on the successes from the past seasons and branches out into new regions with two new promoters for 2007. With one race already under its belt, NASMOTO's remaining 10 Pro-Am rounds will be capped off at the AMA NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Championships, scheduled for November 10, 2007.
"As we enter our third year of racing, we are more excited than ever about this opportunity to present SuperMoto racing to both pro and amateur motorcycle and ATV riders across the continent," said Ted Baker, NASMOTO Vice President.
NASMOTO events include two SMX pro bike classes and nine amateur classes. Also, back by popular demand for the second year are pro and amateur ATV SuperMoto classes for eight events. As in the past, the top 10 amateur riders from each Regional Qualifier will earn a berth at the AMA NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Championships.
The season highlights two rounds in Canada and three premier U.S. events including the Extreme Cycle Jam NASMOTO ATV SMGC in Nashville, Tenn., the SMUSA Vet National NASMOTO Nor-Cal GP in Fernley, Nev., and the Cooperland USA NASMOTO SuperMoto Shootout in Norman, Okla.
2007 NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Prix Race Schedule:
(Showing Date, Event, Track, Location, Type)
March 3 - NASMOTO GP of Florida - Ocala Gran Prix, Ocala, Fla. - Bike/ATV May 27 - NASMOTO New York GP - Oakland Valley Race Park, Cuddebackville, N.Y. - Bike/ATV June 16 - NASMOTO Ohio Supermoto GP - Circleville Raceway, Circleville, Ohio - Bike/ATV July 9 - Canada West/United RPM - NASMOTO Vancouver GP, Tradex Expo Site - Vancouver, British Columbia - Bike August 12 - Festival of Horsepower NASMOTO GP - Hiawatha Downs, Sarnia, Ontario - Bike August 18-19 - SMUSA Vet National NASMOTO Nor-Cal GP - Reno Fernley Raceway, Fernley, Nev. - Bike/ATV September 2 - Extreme Cycle Jam NASMOTO ATV SMGC - Music City Motorplex, Nashville, Tenn. - Bike/ATV September 7-8 - Cooperland USA NASMOTO Supermoto Shootout - Oklahoma Motorsports Complex, Norman, Okla. - Bike/ATV September 29-30 - NASMOTO Mid Atlantic GP ? BeaveRun Motorsports Complex, Wampum, Pa. - Bike/ATV October 6-7 - STTars NASMOTO So Cal GP -Willow Springs, Horse Thief Mile, Rosamond, Calif. - Bike/ATV October 14 - NASMOTO GP of Oregon - Pats Acres Racing Complex, Canby, Ore. - Bike November 10 - AMA NASMOTO SuperMoto Grand Championships, Location to be announced - Bike
"NASMOTO intends to ensure North America produces world class Pro/AM SuperMoto riders for years to come," said Baker. "We have developed strong business partnerships with promoters and sponsors that will help provide an excellent experience for our growing number of racers and fans. There is no doubt we are on the right track to making a strong statement about North American SuperMoto."
NASMOTO was created in 2004, in partnership with the AMA, to grow SuperMoto racing at all levels. Taking a grassroots approach by working with local clubs and promoters across North America, NASMOTO's goal is to provide premier racing experiences for racers, fans, promoters and sponsors. New SuperMoto clubs are forming everywhere as the sport grows in the amateur ranks. To get involved as a promoter or racer, or for more information about rules, classes and regional and national events, please visit www.nasmoto.com, email [email protected] or call (416) 907-6817.
Sponsors and supporters include KTM, Kawasaki, Aprilia, Yamaha, Husaberg, Seventy/Thirty, Supermoto Magazine, XBUX, Wheeling Cycle Supply and Umbrella Girls USA.
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