Boise, Idaho – “American Motocross, Last Chance of a Lifetime”, a fifteen-episode documentary series on professional motocross from a privateer’s point of view, regretfully announces the postponement of the series until the 2016 season.
“Unfortunately, the title sponsor we had lined up for the team fell through, which means we will be unable to participate in the 2015 outdoor series,” explained team owner, Angela Taylor. “We face the same obstacles any privateer faces, which is what our show is all about. And, like every privateer out there, we are not giving up! Instead, we have regrouped and are now planning to participate in the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series.”
“While the news is disappointing, we feel the show will resonate well with our viewers,” Steve Grein, Executive Producer at MAVTV, declared. “We will continue to hold a time slot and support the show any way we can.”
Larry Brooks confirmed he will remain on as the team coach/consultant. "Like I said before and I'll say it again, this is a great program and something motocross needs."
Sponsors already committed to the American Motocross team have renewed their support for the 2016 season, as well.
“American Motocross, Last Chance of a Lifetime” will continue to accept rider applications via their website: www.amxtv.com. Any rider who has or is eligible for an AMA pro license may apply. Applications already received will be kept on file and do not need to be resubmitted for the 2016 season.