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American Motorcyclist Association rolls out improved online results reporting

August 09, 2013

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- Members of the American Motorcyclist Association, the country's largest sanctioning body of amateur motorsports competition, now have access to a new online portal for amateur race results.

AMA Race Center, available at http://results.americanmotorcyclist.com, offers a number of enhancements to previously available online motocross results. Although still in beta, the system features several exciting features, including results and advancement points for all classes, cross-linked results by rider or track; rider performance charts; upcoming events; speedy performance; a comprehensive search function; and an easier-to-navigate user interface.

"Phase one of the all-new AMA Race Center is a major upgrade to our race-reporting capabilities," said AMA Vice President of Operations Jeff Massey. "AMA Competition Members can see their complete results in one online location for all AMA-sanctioned motocross events. They can also track their advancement in motocross and enduro competition, using both raw numbers as well as charts."

AMA Race Center includes results for all AMA-sanctioned motocross, Arenacross and ATV motocross races as soon as those results are delivered from the individual event promoters. The platform also includes enduro B-to-A class advancement points.

Massey added that future versions of the AMA Race Center will include results for all disciplines sanctioned by the AMA.

"In addition to results for additional disciplines, we will enhance the functionality over time," he said. "We invite all members to check out the new AMA Race Center and let us know what works, what doesn't and how we can improve it going forward."

AMA Race Center is accessible at http://results.americanmotorcyclist.com. Feedback can be provided by sending an email to amaracecenter@ama-cycle.org.

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