Nitro Circus "Ultimate Moto Challenge"Wednesday, September 12, 2012 | 1:25 PM
Nitro Circus is teaming up with Fall Fuel Fest for round 1 of the Nitro Circus Ultimate Moto Challenge! Race day is on September 22nd 2012, with all events being held at SGMX in St. George, Utah.
Fall Fuel Fest will be an all day paradise for both racers and fans alike, with exciting events such as diesel sled-pulling, dyno competitions, and Moto-X/UTV Racing. The night will be capped off with "The Nitro Circus Experiment", with freestyle moto-x and antics that are sure to be worthy of The Nitro Circus name!
The Ultimate Moto Challenge promises to be the roughest and toughest event of the year, as Gregg Godfrey and the Nitro Circus crew build a series of truly Nitro Circus obstacles based on their experiences of extreme races all over the world. The race will include Motocross, Desert, Hill Climb, Endurocross and special “extra” Nitro Circus features! If that isn't enough to please the crowd, additional prize money will also go to the best FMX trick during the race!
Whether you ride a bike or a side-by-side, come race with us for a chance to win a share of the cash and prizes. Fall Fuel Fest boasts a $100,000 cash & prize payout for the combination of events, including $10,000 CASH 1st place payouts for BOTH the bike and UTV class in the Ultimate Moto Challenge. This could possibly be the biggest purse of the year, and is guaran- teed to be the most fun!
The Ultimate Moto Challenge will be super tough, and fun, all at the same time. Bring your grit and determination, as simply finishing this gnarly course will be an achievement to be proud of. Classes range from beginner on up, so come join us for an action packed day of racing in Utah!
For details, tickets or to register to race/compete, visit www.fallfuelfest.com Sponsors
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