Adams Motorsports Park is celebrating St. Patty’s Day March 31st!
So put on your luckiest green costume, grab your pot of gold and join the party!
You will be green with envy if you miss this one!
$3 General admission if you’re wearing green (before 7pm and green must be visible)
$5 General admission regular
$20 Drift session; buy the first and second sessions and get the third one free!
Riders and non-riders alike are invited to attend this all day event as spectators. We will have raffle prizes and a BBQ to add to the carnival atmosphere of Adams Kart Track in Riverside. Riders with their own SuperMotos are encouraged to attend and purchase raffle tickets as a show of support. All proceeds to benefit our friend/fellow rider Xavier Rigau (aka X-man) who was paralyzed in an riding accident.
§ NEW RIDERS WELCOME: $199 includes bike, training, trackfees, and photography. Just show up with your gear and ride! To book use the buy now button here and put “Xavier benefit” in the comment field: www.socalsupermoto.com
§ Riders with bike: $40. Includes free BBQ
§ Spectators: $20 and includes free BBQ
§ Go karts will have rotation from 8am – 2pm: $40 (contributes to benefit)
§ Free BBQ, courtesy of damm dummy racing and Adams
§ $10 raffle tickets! Prizes donated by event sponsors (see below)
§ Casual/fun team race at 2pm. Beginner and intermediate scoring. Entry fee will be purchase of a raffle ticket
§ Photography for all
§ Other cool stuff we’re forgetting.
Again riders and spectators are both welcome. We sincerely hope you’ll join us out there for good times/good cause.
We were at SEMA / AAPEX 2010 in Las Vegas last week and one of the cool things we saw was Ken Block’s new Fiesta.
The Gymkhana Three Fiesta was built by the same team that produced his Monster World Rally Team hatch, and includes a boosted 2.0-liter four-pot capable of 850 horsepower (de-tuned with a restrictor plate to output 650 hp in the name of tractability) and 660 pound-feet of torque. Partnered with a Olsbergs Motorsport-developed MSE Maktrak six-speed sequential transmission and powering all four wheels, the new Gymkhana contender will hit 60 mph in two seconds flat and according to Block, can “handle loose, while still providing complete control.”