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Both AMA Amateur Days will have practice at 7:30 am, with racing to follow at 9 am. Gates are open both days from 6 am to 10 pm. There is a special online pre-entry race fee of $60, which saves $20 over the post-entry cost! AMA Membership is required, you can purchase at the track for $40 for one full year. You MUST be registered to race either Amateur Days. Click here to register online.
The AMA Pro National will run on Saturday, May 23rd. Gates open at 6 am, and close at the end of the day at 10 pm. The pit area is open from 9 am to 12 pm, with the first Pro Moto gate dropping at 12:30 pm. Online tickets for the FMF Glen Helen National went on sale at the introductory price of $40/ Sat- Only Adult Admission. Available for the first time, and only until Wednesday, April 1st are 4-Pack Ticket Discounts for $128. You have to act fast, early online ticket prices will increase to $45 on April 1st! Tickets will be $50 at the gate on race day, so get your tickets early to save a little money! Click here to buy tickets.
Reserved RV camping spots are almost sold out! The last four premium spots will go up for sale on April 1st at Noon. General RV Spots are available for $300. Click here to see general RV Spots that are still available.
Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. announced recently that they will donate a Ninja ZX-6R ‘636’ sportbike as well as a two-night stay in Kauai, Hawaii and a Kawasaki Teryx® tour for two at Kipu Ranch for silent auction at the 25th Anniversary Gala for the American Indian College Fund in Los Angeles, April 11.
Proceeds from the auction of the Ninja ‘636’ and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will go to AICF’s mission of providing scholarships and other financial support to American Indian students, as well as funding American Indian Tribal Colleges, early childhood development and leadership development.
AICF raised more than $6 million dollars in 2013-14, and those funds provided 6,452 students with scholarships, of which 1,553 were first generation college students.
“Kawasaki is proud to support a cause that encourages higher learning,” says Chris Brull, Kawasaki Marketing Communications Director. “Everyone deserves the opportunity to explore their potential and AICF is creating educational opportunities that affect Native Americans in their own communities through scholarship and funding of tribal educational programs.”
The Kawasaki Ninja ‘636’ sportbike and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will be on auction at the American Indian College Fund 25th Anniversary Los Angeles Gala, taking place April 11, 2015. To learn more about AICF or for tickets to the gala, please visit http://www.collegefund.org/