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Schedule Change for 2014 WMX Round 5

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
MX Sports Pro Racing, along with the AMA and organizers of the Baja Brawl, announced today a change in the Women's Motocross (WMX) Championship schedule. Running in conjunction with the 13th Annual AMA Baja Brawl Championship in Millington, Michigan, round five of the WMX Championship has been moved up one day to take place on Saturday, Aug. 30.



The Baja Brawl Championship begins on Friday, Aug. 29 and runs through Monday, Sept. 1, with the exception of the unique WMX race schedule. Taking place solely on Saturday, the WMX race format will consist of two (2) motos of 15 minutes plus one (1) lap each.

All other classes at the Baja Brawl will adhere to a three-moto format, which will run over the course of three days. In addition to the WMX class, the Baja Brawl is offering the Women (12 & Up) class, as well as Girls (9-15) class, both of which will follow a three-moto format.

For WMX participants only staying for Saturday's race, please present your WMX credential at the entry gate to avoid getting charged the weekend fee.

Non-WMX racers can pre-enter online or register at the event. Pre-entry discounts are offered for those who are staying the entire weekend. For more information on the Baja Brawl event, please visit their official website HERE.

Riders must meet the WMX Eligibility and Criteria Requirements in order to hold a license in 2014 and all licensing must be done prior to participating an the event. For details on the eligibility and criteria, or to apply for a WMX license, please click HERE.

The WMX Championship heads to Millington, Michigan on Saturday, Aug. 30 for the fifth round of the eight-race championship. Registration takes place on Saturday from 7 a.m. - 8:45 a.m., with a mandatory riders meeting at the starting gate at 8 a.m. Saturday's practice begins at 9 a.m. For more information, please visit the official website at www.RaceWMX.com or follow Race WMX on Facebook.com/racewmx and Twitter @RaceWMX.
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