2012 CMMC Mini NationalsTuesday, June 26, 2012 | 10:00 AM
Southern California motocross tradition returns to Barona Oaks
with the strong support of Maxima Racing Oils
More than just racing format and tracks make this event special. “CMMC’s non profit organization status allows us to really focus on giving back to our Mini Nationals participants,” explains CMMC event and marketing coordinator Shawn Ruth. “Nearly every resource acquired by the CMMC is returned to our riders in some way or another. This year will be no exception!” From kids racing for the first time on the Pee Wee track to Beginners, Novice, Intermediate and Pro riders competing on the main track; every amateur rider will go home with a prize from the famous Maxima CMMC Mini Nationals prize tent.
Pro riders who participate will receive genuine VIP treatment, as a $1,500 purse + 100% Payback in each pro class will have them leaving with smiles on their faces and cash in their pockets. Past champions of this prestigious event include Jeremy McGrath, Ricky Johnson, Ron Lechien, Scott Burnworth, Ryan Hughes, Mike Craig, Tommy Clowers, Billy Laninovich and, most recently, Dean Wilson.
Making the weekend even better, Mini Madness 10, the hugely popular pit-bike race, will be held Saturday afternoon on Barona Oaks’ Mini Track. This race welcomes riders of all ages and skill levels on four-stroke pit bikes from 50cc to 150cc. If you like action packed racing, this is it!
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