Supplemental Rules and Classes Announced for the 2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch

Supplemental Rules and Classes Announced for the 2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch

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Contact: Jen Kenyon

MX Sports

304.284.0084

media@mxsports.com

For Immediate Release

Supplemental Rules and Classes Announced for the

2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch

Morgantown, WV (January 26, 2011) — MX Sports formally announces the 2011 Class Structure and Supplemental Rules for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship to be held at Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., August 1-6.

The class structure has undergone minor changes in both the youth and amateur categories. Highlighting the class changes is the reduction to one Pro Sport class and the creation of a new entry level Youth Beginner (9-14) and (12-15) split class.

“We are very excited about providing the opportunity for new faces to get involved in the Loretta Lynn’s Program,” said Tim Cotter, Director of MX Sports. “Entry level classes like this one provide a great platform for riders to excel in the program.”

The addition of the Girls (9-11) class will run alongside the existing assembly of Girls (12-15) and Women (14+) classes, which remain unchanged. The Girls (9-11) class will allow younger girls on smaller motorcycles to compete in the program.

“The addition of the Girls (9-11) class satisfies a growing sector of the motocross community, giving them their own class, while also providing another entry level class,” continued Cotter.

The Supplemental Rules for 2011 also make the top 20 overall riders in the 250 A, 450 A and Open Pro Sport classes at the National automatically eligible to obtain an AMA Pro Motocross License in the current and following year without further qualification. Due to the importance of the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, a finish in the top 20 of the A and Pro Sport classes is deserving of advancement to the pro ranks.

Regarding the newly added Youth Beginner classes, it is important to note that these classes will not be awarded National Championship status at the National. These classes are offered as an opportunity to experience the Loretta Lynn atmosphere as a beginner and to provide a platform to become a contender for a National title.

Click HERE to view the 2011 Supplemental Rules.

Click HERE to view the 2011 National Classes.

Once again, the National Final will be held August 1-6 at the home of country music legend Loretta Lynn in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. In 2011, 35 champions will be crowned at what marks the 30th Anniversary of the greatest motocross vacation in the world – the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship. For more information, please visit www.mxsports.com.

About the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship

The AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship is the world’s largest and most prestigious amateur motocross racing program. The national qualifying program consists of 52 Area Qualifiers (February through May) and 12 Regional Championship (June) events hosted at select motocross facilities across the country. The qualifying system culminates in the National Final (first week of August) hosted annually at the home of country music star Loretta Lynn in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., since 1982. Nearly 25,000 racers attempt to qualify in 33 classes for the 1,400 available positions at the National. Christened “The World’s Greatest Motocross Vacation”, the National event serves as a launch pad for some of the biggest names in professional motocross and supercross, including Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto, and Ryan Dungey. The national program is produced by MX Sports, Inc., a West Virginia-based race production company. For more information, please visit www.mxsports.com.

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Florida Riders Who Qualified for Loretta Lynn’s 2010

WISH THEM LUCK!!

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250 A
Zackery M. Freeberg Clearwater FL KAW 40
Justin Starling Deland FL HON 12
Malcolm Stewart Haines City FL YAM 37
Ian Trettel Silver Springs FL SUZ 39
       
250A/ProSport
Zackery M. Freeberg Clearwater FL KAW 40
Justin Starling Deland FL HON 12
Malcolm Stewart Haines City FL YAM 37
Ian Trettel Silver Springs FL SUZ 39
       
250B Stock
Kyle Goerke Lake Helen FL YAM 98
       
250B Modified
Kyle Goerke Lake Helen FL YAM 98
Kory Keylon Brooksville FL KAW 43
       
250C Stock
Maverick S. Leahy Coconut Creek FL HON 48
Bryson R. Taylor Cocoa FL SUZ 18
       
250C Modified
Maverick S. Leahy Coconut Creek FL HON 48
Bryson R. Taylor Cocoa FL SUZ 18
       
450A
Wilfredo Guzman Groveland FL KAW 42
       
450A/ProSport
No FL Riders      
       
450B Stock
No FL Riders      
       
450B Modified
Kory Keylon Brooksville FL KAW 43
Colton Mcleod Myakka City FL KAW 28
Brandon Westberry Clewiston FL KAW 48
       
450C
David Abel, Jr Loxahatchee FL HON 39
Daua Andreoli Boca Raton FL HON 18
Spencer Mccall Wildwood FL KAW 78
Jack Sigismondi Weeki Wachee FL KTM 23
       
College B/C (17-24)
Larry “bo” Partin, Jr Ocala FL KAW 94
Brandon Westberry Clewiston FL KAW 48
       
Junior 25+
No FL Riders      
       
Vet B/C Plus 30
Steven Nagy Pt Orange FL SUZ 40
       
Vet 35 Plus
Dennis Bourque Palm Bay FL HON 34
Steven Nagy Pt Orange FL SUZ 40
       
Senior 40 Plus
Dennis Bourque Palm Bay FL HON 34
Earl May Tallahassee FL KAW 82
Barry Mccarty Pt Orange FL KAW 75
James Nagy Port Orange FL KAW 12
       
Senior 45 Plus
Earl May Tallahassee FL KAW 82
Barry Mccarty Pt Orange FL KAW 75
       
Masters 50 Plus
Marcus Ricketts Crawfordville FL SUZ 18
       
51 4-6 Stock Multi-Speed
Luke Allen Brooksville FL HON 73
Nolen Huston Sanford FL HON 38
Vincent Valente Kissimmee FL HON 41
Dylan Varn Plant City FL HON 31
       
51 4-6 Stock Shaft Drive
Steel Gately Ft Pierce FL YAM 36
       
51 4-6 AMA Stock 1
Cody Russell Clermont FL KTM 95
       
51 7-8 AMA Stock 2
Cullin Park Clermont FL UNK 43
Devon Stodart Spring Hill FL COB 49
Jalek B. Swoll Belleview FL UNK 52
       
65 7-9 Stock
Jordan Bailey Orlando FL KTM 32
Dylan Greer Summerfield FL KTM 77
Tyler Lang Port Richey FL KTM 20
Garrett Sharp Jacksonville FL KTM 87
Cole Williams Starke FL KTM 18
Ethan Woods Orlando FL KTM 98
       
65 10-11 Stock
Ramyller Alves Coconut Creek FL KTM 48
Colton A. Eigenmann Titusville FL KTM 15
Yasnier Laureano Orlando FL KTM 13
Tyler Pantley Brooksville FL KTM 44
       
65 7-11 Modified
Jordan Bailey Orlando FL KTM 32
Colton A. Eigenmann Titusville FL KTM 15
Chase Fasnacht Pt St Lucie FL KTM 30
Hannah Hodges Deland FL KTM 72
       
85 9-11 Stock
Ramyller Alves Coconut Creek FL SUZ 48
Tyler Pantley Brooksville FL KAW 44
       
85 9-11 Modified
Yasnier Laureano Orlando FL KAW 13
       
85 12-14 Stock
Bodie Colangelo Tampa FL SUZ 43
Kade Walker Waldon FL YAM 51
Bradford Young Delray Beach FL KAW 24
       
85 12-14 Modified
Bodie Colangelo Tampa FL SUZ 43
Kade Walker Waldon FL YAM 51
Bradford Young Delray Beach FL KAW 24
       
Super Mini 1 12-15
Austin Avery Tallahassee FL KAW 50
Adam Cianciarulo Port Orange FL KAW 91
Carl K Douglas Iii Zolfo Springs FL KAW 24
Travis S. Ingram Havana FL KAW 46
Lorenzo Locurcio Miami FL SUZ 83
       
Super Mini 2 13-16
Austin Avery Tallahassee FL KAW 50
Cody Chisholm Seminole FL YAM 32
Adam Cianciarulo Port Orange FL KAW 91
Travis S. Ingram Havana FL KAW 46
       
Schoolboy 1 12-16 B/C
Ricky J. Hampshire Hudson FL YAM 21
Claudio N. Leocata Miami FL YAM 95
Hector A. Rodriguez Doral FL YAM 68
       
Schoolboy 2 13-16 B/C
Cody Chisholm Seminole FL YAM 32
Ricky J. Hampshire Hudson FL KAW 21
Claudio N. Leocata Miami FL HON 95
Hector A. Rodriguez Doral FL YAM 68
       
Girls 12-15
Kylie Fasnacht Pt St Lucie FL SUZ 33
Jessica Hanford Pensacola FL KAW 46
Shelby Quast Spring Hill FL KAW 94
       
Woman 14 Plus
Lauren Baker Tallahassee FL YAM 37
Brinsley Dyess Pt St Lucie FL KAW 95
Serratia Gonzalez Ormond Bch FL HON 61
Victoria M. Pearce New Port Richey FL YAM 66
Kayleen Williamson Largo FL HON 44

Engine Ice Official Coolant Sponsor For Loretta Lynn’s

CycleLogic Products, Inc., the manufacturer of Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is proud to work as a strategic sponsor with MX Sports, Inc., which owns, manages and produces the  AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships, presented by Amsoil, as the exclusive coolant and antifreeze product sponsor through 2012.

Available worldwide, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is the top selling brand of coolant and antifreeze product in the U.S. motorcycle and powersports industry. Racers using Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant have won hundreds of National Championships, including several dozen Championships at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch.

“CycleLogic Products, Inc. and our product Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant have been long time supporters of the Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships, presented by Amsoil and we are proud to now support the event as an Official Sponsor of this long standing and prestigious event.” – David A. Kimmey, President, CycleLogic Products, Inc.

Make sure you stop by the Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant Hospitality Area located by the swimming pool during the week of the Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships, presented by Amsoil to have a sit, cool off, meet new friends, relax and collect some of our fun giveaway items or join in some of our various activities.

About CycleLogic Products, Inc.: Based in Merritt Island, Florida, CycleLogic Products Inc. is the manufacturer of Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the World’s premier coolant and antifreeze product and also ProClean1000 products, the premier “Clean, Care, Chrome” products of the motorcycle industry.  Racers using Engine ice Hi-Performance Coolant have won hundreds of championships at most every level, amateur and professional in motocross, road racing, karting, auto racing and more. Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is distributed by Parts Unlimited, Tucker Rocky, Western Powersports and more, seehttp://www.engineice.com/distribution.html for additional distribution channels.

To learn more about Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, visit our website at www.engineice.com and ProClean1000 at www.ProClean1000.com

Loretta Lynn’s 2010 South East Area Qualifying Schedule

SOUTHEAST
DATE TRACK / WEBSITE LOCATION PHONE
February 27 & 28 MX Marion County Reddick, FL 352-591-2377
March 13 & 14 Forest Glen Motoplex Bradenton, FL
March 20 & 21 Iron City MX Iron City, SC 423-323-5497
April 10 & 11 Bremen Race Park Bremen, GA 205-699-8857
April 17 & 18 Mill Creek Pell City, AL 205-699-8857
April 24 & 25 Lake Sugar Tree Axton, VA 276-650-1158
May 1 & 2 Muddy Creek Blountville, TN 423-323-5497
May 22 & 23 Lazy River Chatsworth, GA 706-278-1620

For a complete list of area qualifiers around the country CLICK HERE.

MX Sports Announces 2010 Rules and Classes for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships

Contact: Rachel Fluharty
RachelF@mxsports.com

For Immediate Release

Morgantown, W.Va. (November 4, 2009) – MX Sports formally announces the 2010 Supplemental Rules and Class Structure for the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships, to be held August 2-7, 2010, at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.  The Supplemental Rules demonstrate only minor updates in rider classification and machine eligibility, but heavy changes occur with regards to the protest fees at the National.

“MX Sports wanted to develop a realistic teardown fee structure for the national,” said Jeff Canfield, MX Sports Technical Manager. “We feel that a substantial increase will better represent the actual cost of tearing down a machine.”

The class structure has also undergone changes in both the youth and amateur classes such as the creation of a College B/C (17-24) class, Multi Speed 51cc class, as well as a few age and displacement changes to several youth classes.

“The college B/C (17-24) class is one of the more popular age divisions across the country,” said MX Sports Director, Tim Cotter. “By adding that class for B and C riders only, it will open the doors to many riders that would typically be unable to qualify for the national.”

The addition of the 51cc (4-6) Stock Multi Speed class for four-strokes will run alongside the existing trio of 51cc classes which remain unchanged. Although riders may qualify for the National in any 51cc class, only one may be selected for the National. In addition, the 51cc (4-6) Multi Speed and 51cc Shaft classes will be run together in a staggered start format but scored separately.

The Girls class has been modified to create a better transitional class for girls to ride a 150cc 4-stroke, in an effort to mirror the success of the Super Mini 1 (12-15).

“We are excited to introduce the 150cc into the Girls class and believe it’s a good fit for girls transitioning into to the Women’s class.” Cotter said. “We believe girls under the age of 11 are strong competitors of their male peers and are encouraged to compete in any of the 51cc to 85cc classes.”

“Over the years, MX Sports has tweaked our class structure to provide more opportunities for our racing families,” Cotter said. “We’re confident the 2010 rulebook and classes will help serve our racers well.”

For the 2010 Supplemental Rules go to: http://www.mxsports.com/pages/rules/2010-supplemental-rules

For the 2010 Class Structure go to: http://www.mxsports.com/pages/rules/2010-class-structure

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