AMA announces 2010 AMA Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles
Championship Series schedule
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today
the 2010 schedule for the AMA Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles Championship.
The series determines the country's top ATV hare-scrambles racers in a range of
classes with national awards and No. 1 plates.
"Last year, the AMA broke new ground with the AMA
Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles Championship Series," said AMA Director
of Racing Joe Bromley. "For the first time, we gave ATV riders their own
national hare scrambles series. In fact, we will be recognizing our
inaugural-year champions at the upcoming AMA Racing Championship Banquet, this
Dec. 4, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, with AMA Racing National
No. 1 plates.
"We're looking forward to building on our first-year success
this coming year," Bromley continued. "Working with local promoters, we've put
together a great series for 2010."
The initial round will be promoted by Evansville MX Park and
be held April 17 in Berwick, Pa. The series will then roll through Wisconsin,
back to Pennsylvania then New York for the series finale. The six-round series
will wrap up Aug. 28 in Courtland, N.Y.
2010 AMA Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles Championship
Evansville MX Park
LOC: Berwick, Pa.
Sugar Camp Racing
LOC: Rhinelander, Wis.
LOC: Elkland, Pa.
Rausch Creek Powersports
LOC: Valley View, Pa.
LOC: Cortland, N.Y.
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