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Flat track ATV racing, Gainesville, GA 10/24-26


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Registration is now open for the ATV racing competitions at the Southern Monster Truck Showdown event in Gainesville, GA, October 24, 25 & 26, 2008. Hosted at the Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center at 1855 Calvary Church Road (a nice, covered arena), this show features some pretty wild monster truck action, of course, but this year also includes 2 classes of flat-track ATV racing ("Youth" for ages 12-17 and "Adult" obviously for those 18 & over)

Entry fee is $20 per racer, per date. All entry fees will become part of the purse, with 100% payback plus $250 added per class, per date. 1st through 3rd will be paid 50-30-20% respectively. You may enter 1, 2 or all 3 days, whichever you prefer, but pre-registration is HIGHLY recommended as we can only accept up to 20 racers per class, per day. To pre-register, send your name, hometown, date of birth and which day(s) you want to race to [email protected]

We will have some tech rules to keep things fairly even, but this will be fairly loose. We will require ALL riders to be wearing appropriate racing attire and gear (no tshirts, jeans or sneakers, etc.) Also, we run a "drama-free"ra show at all cost! No unsportsmanlike behavior or profanity, please, we have a lot of children in our audiences! Come with the intention of having a lot of fun and maybe winning some money!

Gates open to to the public Friday and Saturday at 6 pm with shows at 8 pm. There will be a mandatory driver's meeting at 7 pm Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, gates open to the public at Noon, mandatory driver's meeting at 1 pm, show begins at 2 pm. Make sure you're there in time for the driver's meeting, as you cannot race unless you attend.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us, we don't get the chance to check the boards often enough.

Look forward to seeing you there!!

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