PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today the 2010 schedule for the AMA Racing ATV Extreme Dirt Track National Championship Series. Kicking off on May 8 in Burnsville, N.C., the series features the country’s top ATV dirt-track racers and will award national titles in a number of age, skill and machine-based classes.
“ATV dirt-track racing is of the most extreme motorsports in the country — high speeds, monster rooster tails and bar-to-bar action,” said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley. “For our racers and fans, this year’s schedule offers a number of venues that will not only test rider skill but take the series to a wide range of locations.”
The initial round will be at Robbins Ridge Motorsports Park in Burnsville, N.C., on May 8. The series will then make stops in Missouri, New York, Virginia, Ohio and South Dakota before returning to Ohio for the series finale on Aug. 28. The complete schedule is below.
More information about AMA-sanctioned events, including rulebooks and tips on getting started in racing, can be found at AMARacing.com.
2010 AMA Racing ATV Extreme Dirt Track National Championship Series Schedule
Robbins Ridge Motorsports Park
LOC: Burnsville, N.C.
Ozark Mountain ATV Raceway
LOC: Ava, Mo.
LOC: Black Rock Speedway, Dundee, N.Y.
Birch Creek Motorsports Park
LOC: Danville, Va.
Pine Lake Off-Road Facility
LOC: Ashtabula, Ohio
Michael Coburn Racing
LOC: Sioux Falls, S.D.
LOC: Wayne County Speedway, Orrville, Ohio
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