New Smyrna Beach, Florida. May 5, 2016 – Suzuki has confirmed their commitment to the 2016 Lucas Oil JuniorMotoX event, which will take premium Amateur MX indoors at the Lazy E Arena in Oklahoma. The unique event will be 100% focused on riders 18 and under and limit bikes to 250cc and under. This is a great way to showcase Suzuki’s renewed commitment to Amateur Motocross as they will have Richard Taylor, Crockett Myers, and Nikko Capps participating in the event and will also be offering contingency support to all Suzuki riders.
“We really like the focus on Youth riders and exposing those riders to quality indoor racing,” said Chris Wheeler, MX Support Manager at Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. “Suzuki has a rich history in grooming top amateur racers for future success at the professional level and we believe that the JuniorMotoX concept will be a great place to showcase that.”
“It is great to have Suzuki recognize the vision for this new event,” said Eric Peronnard, the co-creator of the JuniorMotoX. “And the Suzuki contingency is a great way for riders to help continue their racing growth.”
You can learn more about the Suzuki contingency program here: www.racesuzuki.com
In addition to a great venue and some of the best dirt on earth for racing dirt bikes, the JuniorMotoX will include a live webcast and TV feature on MAVTV. MAVTV includes some of the best motorsports programming available. Get more info at: www.mavtv.com.
To sign up for the live webcast on Lucas Oil Racing TV go to www.lucasoilracingtv.com
If you are thinking about racing, you need to sign up ASAP as some classes are filling up. You can enter at www.juniormotox.com/registration
Check out the latest track map here: https://juniormotox.com/2016/04/updated-track-design-for-inaugural-lucas-oil-juniormotox/