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WPSA News: PowerSports ATV Tour Announces 2007 Class Structure

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

WPSA POWERSPORTS ATV TOUR ANNOUNCES RACING CLASS STRUCTURE;

SUPERSPORT SIDE BY SIDE HIGHLIGHTS ADDITIONAL CLASSES FOR 2007

WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (Dec. 28, 2006) — The WPSA PowerSports ATV Tour will sanction 27 Pro, Pro Am, Youth and Amateur classes during the 2007 ATV racing season. Due to an overwhelmingly positive response, the Tour has added the Pro SuperSport “UTV” class to its Pro lineup, which also includes the popular SuperQuad Pro 450 MX and the Pro Stock QuadTerrain Challenge classes.

“When we ran the side-by-side vehicles at our last race of 2006, the excitement from our fans, our teams and our stakeholders was unmistakable, making it an obvious addition to our already thrilling Pro ATV racing show,” said PowerSports Entertainment, Inc. CEO Rick Murphy. “This, along with some important changes in our Pro-Am, Amateur and Youth classes, should make 2007 one of our most exciting seasons on record.”

In addition to the changes in the Pro classes, the Tour will provide alternative lines for riders wishing to run in the Amateur QuadTerrain Challenge classes, which includes Stock Lites (601-700cc), Stock Unlimited (601+cc), and Modified.

“We are dedicated to our ladder system in the PowerSports ATV Tour,” said Scott O’Malley, president of PowerSports Entertainment, Inc. “It’s important we allow Amateur riders, who have limited budgets and experience, a place to compete with an eye on stepping up to our top QuadTerrain Challenge Class. Alternative, amateur, lines will give these riders a place to compete without the concern of damaging equipment or racing at a level beyond their experience.”

YOUTH CLASSES

The Tour has made several notable changes to its youth classes. Production Lites 13-15 will remain the same as in years past, while the 0-50cc Junior and Senior Classes have been modified. The 0-50cc Limited Class (4-6) will be open to quads with automatic clutch, and CVT belt drives, while the 0-55cc Production Class (6-8) will be open to quads with auto clutches.

The balance of the youth classes are: 51-70cc (production, auto clutch 6-11); 70cc (shifter, 6-11); 71-90cc, 2 Stroke, 75-125cc, 4 Stroke Production (8-11); 71-90cc, 2 Stroke, 75-125cc, 4 Stroke Production (12-15); 90cc Production (CVT belt drive, 8-15); 75-125cc 4 Stroke Production (8-15); 90cc 2 Stroke, 125cc 4 Stroke Modified (8-12); and 105cc 2 Stroke, 150cc 4 Stroke SuperMini (12-15).

The Tour has also split the women’s class into two classes: A and B/C.

The 2007 Rulebook, which is in the final stages of completion, will be distributed soon via www.PowerSportsTour.com.

About the PowerSports ATV Tour

The PowerSports ATV Championship Tour is North America’s premier professional ATV racing circuit, featuring QuadMX, QuadTerrain and SuperSport Pro series action as well as more than 20 amateur classes for adults, women and children. The Tour is sanctioned by the World PowerSports Association, North America’s most respected snowmobile and ATV sanctioning body, and a promoter of ATV and snowmobile racing on both the regional and national level. For more information, please visit www.PowerSportsTour.com.

2007 WPSA POWERSPORTS ATV TOUR CLASS STRUCTURE

QuadMX

SuperQuad Pro 450

SuperQuad Pro Am

A Class

B Class

C Class

Women A

Women B/C

16-24

Plus 25

Plus 35

Open Amateur

Youth Classes

Production Lites 13-15 yrs

50 cc limited auto clutch CVT belt drive 4 to 6 years

50 cc production auto clutch6 to 8 years

51 to 70 cc production auto clutch 6 to 11 years

70cc shifter 6 to 11 years

71 to 90cc 2 stroke 75 to 125cc 4 stroke production 8 to 11years

71 to 90cc 2 stroke 75 to 125cc 4 stroke production 12 to 15 years

90cc production CVT belt drive 8 to 15 years

75-125cc 4 stroke production 8 to 15 years

90cc 2 stroke-125cc4 stroke modified 8 to 12years

105cc 2 stroke 150cc 4stroke 12 to 15 years SUPERMINI

QuadTerrain Challenge (4x4 ATV)

Pro Stock 601-700cc

Stock Lites 0-600cc

Stock Unlimited 601-Unlimited cc

Modified

SuperSport (Side-by-Side UTV)

Pro SuperSport

Check out the Press Release on ATV Exposed here.

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