2014 AMA Indoor Dirt Track National Championship Series will feature 18 rounds of short-track and TT race action
October 11, 2013
PICKERINGTON, Ohio --
American Motorcyclist Association amateur dirt-track racers have plenty of
opportunity to get out and race this winter. The AMA Indoor Dirt Track National
Championship Series, now in its third year, has expanded to 18 rounds with
events in Du Quoin, Ill., Springfield, Ill., and Sturgis, Ky., from October
through February 2014.
Promoted by Steve Nace Racing Promotions, the series will feature short-track
and TT competition in a number of classes, with youth, amateur and vet/senior
riders all racing for AMA national No. 1 plates.
"The AMA Indoor Dirt Track National Championship Series has grown
significantly the past few seasons thanks to well-run events and a dedicated
rider following," said AMA Track Racing Manager Ken Saillant. "Riders
who attend one of these events have the opportunity to compete against quality
talent in every class, and that keeps bringing everyone back for more."
Promoter Steve Nace of Steve Nace Racing Promotions said he is looking forward
to another year of organizing national-caliber events.
"AMA racers don't want to take time off just because it's cold outside,
and we're pleased to offer them a place to compete over the winter
months," Nace said. "Over the past couple years, we've drawn riders
from both coasts who come to challenge for race wins and points toward an AMA
national No. 1 plate. For anyone who's eager to try the sport of dirt track,
there's no better time or place than this series."
For more information about the AMA Indoor Dirt Track National Championship
Series, call Steve Nace Racing Productions at (270) 442-7532.
2014 AMA Indoor Dirt
Track National Championship Series
Steve Nace Racing Productions
Round 1, 2: Oct. 26. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 3, 4: Nov. 16. Short Track, TT. Springfield, Ill.
Round 5: Nov. 30. Short Track. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 6-7: Dec. 1. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 8-9: Dec. 14. Short Track, TT. Sturgis, Ky.
Round 10: Dec. 28. Short Track. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 11, 12: Dec. 29. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 13, 14: Jan. 11, 2014. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 15, 16: Feb. 8, 2014. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
Round 17, 18: Feb. 22, 2014. Short Track, TT. Du Quoin, Ill.
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