American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) amateur dirt-trackers will compete at half-mile and short-track venues, including the Daytona Flat Track Stadium’s limestone oval, this March 10-13 in Georgia and Florida.
Youth, vet/senior, the next generation’s stars and vintage racers will all line up to battle at the featured series. In addition, three of the Daytona Bike Week events will pay AMA Dirt Track Grand Championship Holeshot Series bonus points.
“There is no question, every March in Daytona Beach is dirt-track central, and this year will be no different with premier AMA amateur competition in classes for all levels of rider,” said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley. “We’re looking forward to getting the 2012 season started right at one of the country’s most historic locations for motorcycle racing.”
Promoters Steve Nace of Steve Nace Racing and Dave Joiner of Fast Fridays are working with the AMA to ensure the AMA amateur dirt-track events are run smoothly and provide all the excitement of a national-level event, from pre-entry to the podium celebration.
In addition to the modern classes, all four days of racing will feature racing on historic vintage motorcycles. The vintage classes will serve as the first four rounds of the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series. The full schedule for the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series will be announced soon.
The details of AMA amateur dirt track competition during 2012 Daytona Bike Week, along with round-by-round contact information, is below. To contact the AMA about these events, see AmericanMotorcyclist.com > Racing or call (614) 856-1900.