KTM Motorsports has confirmed contingency support in addition to having their rider support semi on hand for the 2017 JuniorMotoX event on May 11-13. The JuniorMotoX is also one of the events KTM has selected that will allow riders to earn a 5-gallon pail of ETS Fuel for finishing in the top three.
Many of the Orange Brigade riders are planning to compete at the second annual JuniorMotoX inside the Lazy Z Arena, just a little north of Oklahoma City.
“After attending the 2016 event, I knew it was one KTM needed to be at the following year. Riders are given plenty of practice time and longer races to ensure they are getting their monies worth on the track. The event coverage was top notch and it was very easy for fans and family members to stay up-to-date with the racing during the event. We are excited to have a bigger presence at this year’s event and look forward to helping the KTM riders that attend”, said Christy LaCurelle, KTM Motorsports Marketing Manager.
The 2016 JuniorMotoX track got rave reviews for the multi-line layout that created great racing and you can expect more of the same for 2017. Following two days of youth racing, the 2017 event will also include an adult only Sunday MotoX program so everybody can enjoy the awesome track.
Racers interested in the KTM_Cash Contingency Program and ETS Fuel offering should visit www.ktmcash.com for details and to register for future earnings.
Many of the top amateur racers competed in the inaugural event and more of the top racers are expected to be competing in 2017. Some classes are beginning to fill up so enter before it is too late at www.juniormotox.com/registration/.
Check out the 2017 promo video here: