Two-time World Champion motorcycle racer Freddie Spencer brings his expertise to VIRginia International Raceway with Team Pro-Motion's motorcycle riding schools, August 1-3.
"Spencer's reputation as a rider is matched by his skills as a teacher, giving riders training in the skills needed to race successfully or ride safely on the streets," said VIR general manager Josh Lief. "'Fast Freddie' sits in the top twenty of AMA riders with a career 24 wins, 15 of them on Superbikes." Spencer began riding at age four and racing only one year later, moving on to victories at nearly every level and on nearly every kind of race course, from flat tracks to international road race circuits.
"My school is a combination of techniques that I developed and refined over my 29 years of amateur and professional racing," comments Spencer. "Those techniques and the basic fundamental process works today whether you are riding a Sport touring bike or a pure sport bike."
Spencer will be conducting a two-day Premier school on South Course Saturday and Sunday, then move to North Course for a Monday Extreme riding school. For more information on Team Pro-Motion and its riding schools, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
, check their web site at www.teampromotion.com
or call them at 215-675-6677.
VIR has back to back motorcycle racing weekends in August with the WERA Cycle Jam/Vintage Motorcycle Racing August 8-9 followed by the Suzuki Big Kahuna AMA Nationals August 14-16. The Big Kahuna Nationals promise more than racing for fans with multiple big-screen television monitors so guests won't miss any action; bigger and better vendor displays and fun and games with a special section for children in the infield; Vanishing Species endangered animal displays; live music, and more. Spectator tickets for the Big Kahuna are selling faster than ever so make sure you aren't disappointed and place your order online now at www.amabigkahuna.com
or by calling (303) 377-3278.
VIRginia International Raceway is a multi-purpose road racing facility, located on the Dan River between Danville and South Boston, Virginia. VIR hosts a wide range of professional and amateur auto and motorcycle racing and track events, and is well established as "America's Motorsport Resort. For further information, call 434-822-7700 or visit our web site at www.virclub.com