Since 1992 this AMA sanctioned event has featured bar-to-bar racing between some of the nations up and coming pros as well as fast amateur riders. The event is arenacross racing in tight quarters, which makes for a super exciting show. Four year old pee-wees on the tiny bikes to the pros it will an action packed event. Last year there were 39 pro riders in each class, which qualified down to the best 15 for the main event. The spectators got their money’s worth as Zach Osborne, Tyler Bright, Robbie Horton, Jim Chester, Joshua Thomas, and Jim Neese battled for the win. Osborne took the win, but it was Horton who hung tough and won the series championship.
It will be two full days of racing with a full program each day. Practice is at 12:00 noon and the main events are at 7:00pm both days.