PICKERINGTON, OH – December 12, 2012 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – There is good news for woods racers in the eastern United States looking for more ways to earn points toward an AMA No. 1 plate. The AMA has added one round and expanded another to a doubleheader format for youth classes in the 2013 AMA East Hare Scrambles Championship Series.
Round one of the series in Wedgefield, S.C., now features youth competition on both Jan. 26 and Jan. 27. Amateur classes will compete on Jan. 27 only. In addition, round four of the series is now scheduled for April 14 in Arrington, Va.
“Interest in AMA-sanctioned hare scrambles competition keeps growing, and we’re pleased to offer woods racers in the eastern United States more opportunities to compete against the best amateur talent in the region,” said AMA Off-Road Manager Chuck Weir.
The full schedule is below.
2013 AMA East Hare Scrambles Championship Series
Feb. 23-24 (Amateur, Youth)
High Point Hare Scramble
Location: Elko, Ga.
April 14 (Amateur, Youth)
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Location: Arrington, Va.
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