In its fourth decade, Yamaha's contingency program has always been designed to support and recognize those individuals who chose to go to the starting gates aboard a Yamaha YZ or WR. Big Blue has come on board for 2012 with overall payouts for the AMA Spring Championship topping $10,650 as part of its support.
Trackside support will be provided by Rock River Yamaha and its massive amateur support rig. "Rock River and Yamaha are excited to support the 2nd annual event at Freestone" said Mike DuClos of Rock River. "Tony Miller and Tom Shields have done some unique things and I am super excited that Yamaha is supporting the event. I really look forward to this event growing."
Early staging (no fees) will be allowed at the amateur track (rock base parking) starting on Saturday, February 25th at 9am (no staging on county road prior to gate opening). Vendor Move-in is Sunday with Racer Move-in on Monday. For event information go to www.FreestoneMX.com.
For more information on Yamaha contingency program, go to http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/racing/2012_YZWR_Contingency.aspx
About Freestone County Raceway LLC:Freestone County Raceway was established in 2000 and is located on the 1150 acre Miller Ranch. Freestone is home to Round 2 of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Freestone also promotes the largest amateur series in Texas (Texas Winter Series), the James Stewart AMA Spring Championship and boasted the brightest lighting of any motocross track in the country. For more information, visit www.freestonemx.com.