AFTER TEN YEARS
WE'RE BACK IN
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2005 is the first event, of the eight-event, 2005 Hi-Dez SuperCourse Desert Gran Prix Series in California City, CA (10 miles north of Mojave, off Hwy 14 and/or Hwy 58). The City welcomes gran prix racers back to its deserts for the first time in 10 years in an organized series. The last event there was held in 1995 also staged by BP MotorSports.
Series events take place on Saturday so as to not affect any of the D37 Sunday events. Moreover, none of the BP MotorSports dates conflict with the Big 6 Gran Prix Series.
All Classes of Motorcycles and ATVs are available, including classes for, Vets, Masters, SuperSeniors, Women, Vintage, PeeWees and Kids (see entry).
The Hi-Dez SuperCourse Series events are sanctioned by the AMA. Competitors must have a current AMA competition membership card to participate. Go to the AMA link: http://www.amadirectlink.com/email.asp
to purchase your AMA card or you can buy one at the race.
What is SuperCourse Desert Gran Prix? The desert GP is a 2-hour event on a 10-plus-mile racecourse. Everyone starts at the same time by rows and by time variables. Race for 2-hours on challenging terrain. (Kids and ATVs run separately.) No SuperCross or MotoX-style finish, but challenging nonetheless. One-mile of pit area. Start/finish on "old" pavement. Plenty of room for racers and spectators. Mileage markers every mile, checkpoints and radio communications throughout. Med-Event Ambulance Service on site plus additional Security crew.
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