Online registration open for AMA vintage races

Publish Date: 
Mar 13, 2012

PICKERINGTON, Ohio - The American Motorcyclist Association has opened online race entry for the 2012 AMA Vintage Grand Championships. The amateur national championship event takes place during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, July 20-22 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.

Competitors in all disciplines can access online pre-entry at > Register to Race. Supplemental rules, class structures and a weekend schedule are also available. In addition, for those who wish to mail in physical entry forms, downloadable forms are provided.

The AMA Vintage Grand Championships include amateur championship racing in motocross, hare scrambles, trials and roadracing at the expansive Mid-Ohio complex. The dirt-track event, which is round 10 of the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series, will be held at the nearby Ashland County Fairgrounds in Ashland.

All proceeds from the AMA Vintage Grand Championships are donated to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame to support the Hall of Fame's mission of celebrating the accomplishments of motorcycling's brightest stars. Pre-entry fees for off-road and motocross are $40 per class. Dirt track pre-entry is $30 per class. Roadrace pre-entry is $80 for the first class and $70 for each subsequent class (per day).

 Youth racers more than 12-years old can compete in motocross, hare scrambles, trials and dirt-track competition at the AMA Vintage Grand Championships. Roadrace competitors must be 18 years old or older in all classes. 

 "Vintage racing is accessible, laid back and some of the most fun you can have on a motorcycle," said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley. "We're proud to elevate this unique style of racing with national championship recognition at the premier vintage motorcycling event in America -- AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days. For both casual participants and hard-core vintage racers, we not only welcome your participation, your support of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame also helps preserve the legacy motorcycling for future generations."

Riders in designated "A" classes will compete for national championships, the right to run AMA National No. 1 plates and vie for the honors of AMA Track Racing Vintage Grand Champion, AMA Off-Road Vintage Grand Champion and AMA Vet/Senior Vintage Grand Champion.

AMA press release posted by Holly Wagner

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