First Annual 956 Invitational ScheduledSaturday, January 12, 2013 | 11:50 AM
ANAHEIM, Calif., (January 10, 2013) – it was announced that the First Annual 956 Invitational is scheduled for January 25 through January 27, 2013 at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, Calif.
The 956 Invitational was developed to provide the ultimate platform for the World's top amateurs to showcase their talents against the best of the best.
Prepare for a revolutionary approach to an amateur track layout. Jerry Masterpool and Cole Gress have developed a fresh concept for amateur racing that incorporates multiple racing lanes for different levels of competition and bike sizes. Plus, in an effort to provide the ultimate and safest race experience the start procedure will be based on timed practice and a pole position format. Racers will also take a parade lap before every moto.
This is not your ordinary amateur race. Extreme thought and detail has gone into the track layout and race format. Prepare for a true racing experience, Jerry’s vision and passion for multiple racing lines and safe competitive racing will inspire all racers to compete at their highest level. All are invited to this special gathering.
For further details and registration for this exciting event! Please log on to
www.spirit956.com to sign up today.
About 956 Invitational:
Developed to take a fresh and responsible approach to amateur racing, the 956 Invitational team has a deep passion for providing amateur racers and their families the safest and most challenging race course imaginable. 956 Team: Jerry Masterpool, 30 plus years experience in professional multi sport, Olympic coach, trained worldwide, Japan, Asia, Europe, Eastern block countries as well as his home in America. Jerry has spent the last 15 years engrossed in the world of amateur motocross and has built tracks and trained some of the elite amateur and pro racers. With close to 25 years of amateur racing experience and 15 years of working on the front lines of American Suzuki and Kawasaki's Team Green amateur race programs, Cole Gress has managed the World’s best young athletes and helped mold some of the greatest Amateur events.