JS7 Spring Championship RegistrationMonday, December 10, 2012 | 9:10 AM
Wortham, Texas - Online registration is now open for the 2013 James Stewart AMA Spring Championship at Freestone Raceway on March 19th-23rd. This years meet will again feature a two-moto format with sight laps and long moto's for each class. Timed Practice will also return to the event and award riders their gate pick based on best lap times in each class. The meet will also serve as an AMA Pro Am.
"We are happy to host the event for James again" said Tony Miller, President of Freestone Raceway. "2013 will be the third year for the event and the second year that JS7 has been involved. The event has shown riders what to expect when they come to a pro national track and from 2007 until 2012, Freestone Raceway was one of the most demanding venues on the circuit. James' years of experience in the industry are aiding us to evolve the Spring Championship and provide more to the riders. Having riders earn the right to ride with James at his own facility is icing on the cake."
Changes for 2013 include adding 51cc modified and new Vet classes. "We wanted to figure out a way to allow 50cc riders to make it worth their while in traveling and to hopefully feed the 65cc classes in the very near future" said Tom Shields, Event Director for the JSSC. "We're trying to have everyone able to compete on one bike in two classes and we feel this years JS7 Spring Championship allows that."
Riders can register online at https://secure.tracksideonlineresults.com/freestone/, mail-in form or register at the track. Entry, gate and camping fees are the same as last year. If riders register early, they will have a better chance in keeping their competition number. For meet information, please go to http://freestonemx.com/racing/events-2/spring-championship/.
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