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MAXXIS 12-HOURS OF ATV AMERICA NEWS--JUNE 16

 
(6/16/2004)

Now in its third year, Fast-Trak Promotions calls it the "World's
Premier ATV Race". With a $30,000 pro purse, it's also the richest ATV
event in the world. It happens in Fort Dodge, IA on Saturday, Oct 30.
The high paying purse and massive media attention has lured many top
ranked GNCC and GNC pros to team up and go to battle against each other. The GNC team of Gust, Walsh and Byrd won the first year, while GNCC aces Borich, Krachun and Smiley won last year.

A, B, +30, Utility Expert, and Industry classes allow amateur races to
enter as well. This year's event allows teams to make changes to their
ATV during intermission, but they'll only have twenty minutes to make
them before their ATV is impounded. Other highlights include a "Haunted
Pit Lane", tons of amateur contingencies, ATV giveaways and more.

There is a cap on all classes so if you and your teammates have 12 hours of MX, XC and TT seat time in you, you'll need to register pronto before your class fills up!

Registration and more info at atvscene.com or call Fast-Trak Promo at
(440) 461-4858.

Topic: News

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