The American Motorcyclist Association is reminding racers that they must pre-register for the off-road competition at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days by midnight July 3 to get the cheaper pre-entry rate.
AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days will feature vintage and post-vintage hare scrambles, motocross, dirt-track, trials, mini road racing and road racing July 8-10 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. The off-road portion of the event, the Moto Armory AMA Off-Road Vintage Grand Championship, crowns national champions in vintage and post-vintage classes, while the dirt-track competition, sponsored by Nationwide Insurance, is a round of the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series.
“Whether they’re competing for bragging rights or national titles, each year hundreds of racers participate in the racing during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days,” said AMA Chief Operations Officer Jeff Massey. “For those planning to attend, pre-register early not only to cut down on race-day lines but to save yourself a few bucks as well.”
Competitors may register now at https://secure.tracksideonlineresults.com/amavintage/. Registration for all events will also be available at the track for $10 more than the pre-entry fee.
The road racing portion of the event is managed by WERA. Pre-entry for July 8 road racing practice closes July 2 at midnight. Pre-entry for July 9 competition closes July 3 at midnight. Pre-entry for July 10 competition closes July 4 at midnight. Racers can enter at the event, as well. Road racing information is available here: http://maps.wera.com/pdfs/2008Schedules/vmd2016.pdf.
The mini road racing is managed by the Ohio Mini Roadracing League. While the mini road racing is not part of the national championship program, the top riders in each class will be recognized based on the cumulative points earned …read more