Area Qualifiers are first step to 2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), in partnership with MX Sports, is pleased to announce the 2011 Area
Qualifiers that will be the first step to the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at the Loretta Lynn Ranch
on Aug. 1-6.

“MX Sports does a great job organizing and running the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, from the Area
Qualifiers to the Regionals to the final at the Loretta Lynn Ranch,” said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley.
“We’re excited to see the finishing touches put on one of 2011’s most anticipated schedules.”

The Area Qualifiers determine the fields for the seven Regional Championships, which were announced in early
December. The full schedule is included below.

“It’s every amateur motocross racer’s dream to win at Loretta Lynn’s,” said AMA Motocross Manager Kip Bigelow. “No
matter who you are — returning superstar or a first-time racer — that dream begins at the Area Qualifiers. We
wish all our racers good luck during the 2011 season.”

The AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship includes classes for riders from 4 years old to 50-plus on a range
of motorcycles, including 50cc minibikes to state-of-the-art highly modified 450cc motocross machines.

The AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, produced by MX Sports, is the premier amateur motocross event in
the country. Nearly every professional racer competing in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship earned his
way to the pro ranks through the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at the Loretta Lynn Ranch.

For more information on the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at the Loretta Lynn Ranch, see
MXSports.com.

2011 AMA Amateur National Motocross Area and Regional Championship Schedule

Northeast Area Qualifiers
February 19-20: Elizabeth City, Elizabeth City, N.C.: 757-549-7012
March 12-13: Tomahawk, Hedgesville, W.Va.: 304-229-6682
March 19-20: Englishtown, Englishtown, N.J.: 732-446-7800
March 26-27: Doublin Gap, Shippensburg, Penn.: 717-249-6036
April 9-10: Area 51, Batavia, N.Y.: 585-345-7433
April 16-17: Steel City, Delmont, Penn.: 304-284-0084
May 14-15: Winchester Speed Park, Winchester, N.H.: 603-239-6406
May 21-22: Actiontown, Dillwyn, Va.: 757-549-7012

Northeast Regional
June 11-12: Broome Tioga (Youth), Richford, N.Y.: 607-849-4438
June 18-19: High Point (Amateur), Mt. Morris, Penn.: 304-284-0084

Southeast Area Qualifiers
February 26-27: MX Marion County, Reddick, Fla.: 352-591-2377
March 26-27: Iron City MX, Iron City, S.C.: 423-323-5497
April 2-3: Mill Creek, Pell City, Ala.: 205-699-8857
April 9-10: Bithlo, Orlando, Fla.: 407-568-2271
April 16-17: Hillbilly Hills, Roberta, Ga.: 205-699-8857
April 30, May 1: Windy Hills, Ellerbe, N.C.: 423-323-5497
May 7-8: Lake Sugar Tree, Axton, Va.: 757-549-7012
May 14-15: Lazy River, Chatsworth, Ga.: 706-278-1620

Southeast Regional
May 28-29: Muddy Creek (Youth), Blountville, Tenn.: 423-323-5497
June 11-12: Gatorback (Amateur), Winter Garden, Fla.: 407-473-4373

Mid-East Area Qualifiers
March 19-20: Wild Cat Creek MX, Rossville, Ind.: 765-379-2482
April 9-10: Ballance MX, Bowling Green, Ky.: 423-323-5497
April 16-17: Fast Traxx Motoplex, Nelsonville, Ohio: 740-767-3740
April 23-24: Hangtime, Akron, Ind.: 574-893-1649
April 30, May 1: Dutch Sports Park, Bloomingdale, Mich.: 269-521-7800
April 30, May 1: Crow Canyon, Uhrichsville, Ohio: 740-922-6655
May 7-8: Log Road, Bronson, Mich.: 419-636-5430
May 21-22: Horseshoe Bend, Owenton, Ky.: 423-323-5497

Mid-East Regional
June 4-5: Sunday Creek (Youth), Millfield, Ohio: 304-284-0084
June 11-12: Red Bud (Amateur), Buchanan, Mich.: 269-695-6405

North Central Area Qualifiers
March 5-6: Paradise MX, Duquoin, Ill.: 618-542-6203
March 19-20: Archview, Washington Park, Ill.: 618-781-0505
April 2-3: Lincoln Trail, Casey, Ill.: 217-932-2041
April 16-17: Thunder Ridge MX Park, Kirksville, Mo.: 660-627-1727
April 30, May 1: Motozone, Tigerton, Wis.: 920-419-2863
May 7-8: Byron Motosports Park, Byron, Ill.: 815-234-2271
May 14-15: Riverside Raceway, Winterset, Iowa: 515-266-7509
May 21-22: Little Falls Raceway, Cushing, Minn.: 320-980-5227

North Central Regional
June 18-19: Sunset Ridge (Youth), Walnut, Ill.: 920-419-2863
June 25-26: Spring Creek (Amateur), Millville, Minn.: 507-753-2779

South Central Area Qualifiers
February 26-27: Three Palms, Conroe, Texas: 936-321-8725
March 5-6: Gravity Alley, Breaux Bridge, La.: 870-342-5373
March 26-27: Reynard Racing MX, Wellston, Okla.: 405-793-1049
April 9-10: Cycle Ranch, San Antonio, Texas: 210-635-9199
April 16-17: Golden Pine, Prentiss, Miss.: 601-506-8669
April 30, May 1: Cowboy Bad Lands MX, Beaumont, Texas: 409-794-1985
May 14-15: Thunder Valley, Lakewood, Colo.: 303-697-1003
May 21-22: Tony Wynn MX, Little Rock, Ark.: 870-342-5373

South Central Regionals
June 4-5: Freestone (Youth), Wortham, Texas: 713-880-5533
June 11-12: Thunder Valley (Amateur), Lakewood, Colo.: 303-697-1003
March 19-20: Horn Rapids MX, Richland, Wash.: 509-496-2958
April 2-3: E Street, Marysville, Calif.: 530-673-5147
April 30, May 1: Honey Lake, Milford, Calif.: 530-827-2639
May 7-8: Cashe Valley, Fairview, Idaho: 801-593-1858
May 14-15: Washougal, Washougal, Wash.: 360-837-3975
May 19-22: Hangtown MX-Pro National, Rancho Cordova, Calif.: 530-673-5147

Northwest Regional
May 28-29: Washougal (Youth, Amateur), Washougal, Wash.: 360-837-3975

Southwest Area Qualifiers
February 19-20: Arizona Cycle Park, Litchfield Park, Ariz.: 623-853-0750
March 12-13: Competitive Edge, Hesperia, Calif.: 909-456-1070
March 26-27: The Ranch, Anza, Calif.: 949-678-4757
April 2-3: No Limit MX, Aztec, N.M.: 970-946-6905
April 9-10: Pala Raceway, Pala, Calif.: 888-725-2691
April 9-10: Bunker Hill, Delta, Utah: 801-540-8625
April 16-17: Quail Canyon, Gorman, Calif.: 818-700-3559
April 30, May 1: Honey Lake, Milford, Calif.: 530-827-2639

Southwest Regional
June 18-19: Competitive Edge (Youth, Amateur), Hesperia, Calif.: 909-454-1070

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