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Supermoto National November 14, 15, 16

Everyone is invited!

In fact if you want to see this sport continue to grow, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! Please tell everyone you know, this is the final two rounds of the 2008 AMA National Supermoto Championship. That's right, DOUBLE HEADER, right in our back yard. All the big names and factory teams. PLUS - Amateur racing on Friday, getting to ride on the same track.

I'm reaching gout to each of you to help us make this event what it needs to be. A large turn out is what the sport needs right now, if this event goes well, it WILL happen again!

Ticket prices have been reduced to make it easy and affordable, get them online or at the gate for the same price $10. for Friday $10. for Saturday and $15. for Sunday or $30. for all three days. On site camping is also available thru Infineon Raceway or at the main gate. Amateur promoter pracitce on Thursday, After Party Friday night and the best Supermoto riders in the world racing for Championships Saturday and Sunday.

Come cheer for your favorite Supermoto USA Pro as they do battle at their home track with the Nations top athletes.

Amateurs are encouraged to pre-enter as the post entry price will be more $

NO license is required to race on Friday and Thursday Practice is OPEN to all.

Enter on line @ xtrm.com

tickets @ infineonraceway.com

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