AMA Pro-Am Motocross features future stars of the sport
December 13, 2012
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The
American Motorcyclist Association Pro-Am Motocross 2013 calendar is now
available. AMA Pro-Am Motocross is the proving ground for amateur racers to
earn the credentials they need to line up at an AMA Supercross or AMA Pro
Racing Motocross event.
"Today's best amateur motocross racers can be found competing on the AMA
Pro-Am Motocross circuit," said AMA Motocross Manager Kip Bigelow.
"Our calendar features premier tracks and the best promoters around the
country, giving these up-and-coming racers an opportunity to race for the
points, purse money and contingency that will help them get to the next level
-- AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Racing Motocross."
The full 2013 AMA Pro-Am Motocross schedule is available at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/nationalchampionships/proammotocross.aspx.
"The 2013 AMA Pro-Am Motocross schedule is one of the best ever, with more
than 60 events at some of the country's most challenging race tracks,"
Bigelow added. "Racers and fans alike can expect to see top competition
and national-caliber tracks as riders prepare for the pro ranks."
The 2013 AMA Pro-Am Motocross competition kicks off on Dec. 30, 2012 with the
Texas Winter Series, and the season wraps up at the Mini Olympics in Florida on
Nov. 25-30, 2013.
AMA Pro-Am Motocross events are open to both professionally licensed and
A-class amateur motocross racers. The events allow amateurs to gain experience
on America's top tracks and prepare for the fast pace and long motos featured
at the pro level.
To be considered for a professional motocross license, competitors must have
earned at least 75 advancement points (at the time of application) in AMA
Pro-Am Motocross events in a continuous 12-month period. Points are based off
overall finishes in either the 250 Pro-Am and Open Pro-Am classes. Points from
each class are not combined.
For more information about AMA Pro-Am Motocross events, contact the AMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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