Thor Spring Classic March 3-9Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 12:55 PM
Pell City, AL - With the 2013 Thor AMA Spring Classic 10 days away, we are very pleased to have several new supporters and sponsors on board. With over $130,000.00 in factory contingency from Cobra, KTM, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha, RPM Sports welcomes our new supporters, BRAPP, Bottle Run Xtreme, Powerband Racing and Renegade Fuels to the lineup of vendors that will be present at the Spring Classic. Other sponsors on hand will be Dunlop, Pirelli JGR, Rock Star Suzuki, Factory Connection, KTM, FMF, Hyperlite, Triangle Cycle, Litz Racing, Alpinestars, Scott, Fly Racing, MTF, South of the Border, Club Mx, Izzi Training Camp, Matt Walker Mx Camp, PR2, Farren Racing, worship services provided by Mxers for Jesus. On the media side of things we welcome Vurb Moto and Motoplayground to provide
daily coverage of all the racing action. During the event make sure to visit their websites daily.
Also in the house will be eScore, providing all the riders with lap times and live timing and scoring on your hand held devices. Make sure to go by and see them about signing up for the free text messaging of your lap times and once again we will have M&M Concessions to provide all with yummy food, along with our ever so popular MillCreek Grill. We also welcome the new race team, Horton Racing with team manager Ed Torrence for their season debut.
All of us here at RPM Sports and MillCreek Mx are very excited to kick off the amateur national race season. There have been a few track changes made for all those that did not make the warm up race. We thank everyone for their support and look forward to seeing you all very soon! Let the racing begin!!!!
For information on the event and to pre-register go to: www.rpmsportsonline.com
Pre registration ends on Wednesday, February 27, 2013.
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