Sportsman Motorcycle Bracket Shootout 2/18
Sportsman Motorcycle Bracket Shootout
The Sportsman Motorcycle Bracket Shootout is a week away. Make your plans to be there for your chance at the tons of cash and prizes up for grabs.
The Sportsman Motorcycle Bracket Shootout is on again. February 18th qualifying starts at noon.
We have a test and tune February 17th 3pm to 9pm and February 18th 8am to 11:30am 40 bucks to test.
Jordan Miclette and Pete Miclette of Miclette’s Automotive in Garberville CA is adding $750 to the cash prizes:
Worldwide Bearings doing a cash bonus prize
Web Camshafts is offering 2 $100 gift certificate
Robinson Industries if doing a cash bonus prize
Grothus Drag Bike is kicking in a $100 gift certificate
Roberts Racing Reaction time round money
Yvette Barrios is adding cash to the purse taking it to $1000 guaranteed purse.
Ray Rains at Performance Cycle is giving away a free cylinder head porting. (Labor only) for # 1 qualifier
Chad Cline will be taking photos at the event and is giving out the following Photo prizes: Winner will get a 16×20 photo of there choice and Runner up will get a 11×14 And closest package will get a 8×10.
Brisk USA is giving away a few set of plugs and other goodies
Fred Garcia of Moondoggy’s Surf and Speed is adding BIG bonus prizes
Scott Horner of go fast bike parts is in again, this time for $200 cash prize and to offer a bonus of injector servicing (ultrasonic cleaning, flow testing etc) for eight injectors. Heads Up Performance and GoFastBikeParts.com are happy to support our efforts!
Lucas Oil stepping up with cool give away’s.
Once again we will be doing a Pet Food drive to benefit Moondoggy’s food bank.
Looking for more sponsors to make this race bigger than the last one.
And of course, thanks to Jeff Foster and all the LVMS crew for making this happen at the best Race track in the world Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Gates will open at 7am Saturday February 18th (if not sooner I will follow up on that) there is a test and tune Friday February 17th from 3pm to 9pm Cost for Test and tune is $50. Racing starts at noon on Saturday. Cost is $140. $40 at the gate and $100 CASH at my trailer (look for the Torco flag) I’m usually parked across from the entrance to the staging lanes. We get 2 qualifying hit at the track and then eliminations. We qualify off reaction times. In the event of 2 or more .000 reaction times the one who does it first is #1 qualifier. If you want a full tree, you need to put an “F” in front of your dial in.
Remember 100% of the $100 goes to the purse so the more bikes the more the purse. Winnings will be paid out at the end of the race. That’s why the $100 need to be CASH. Payout is as follows. (Using 16 bike as an example)
$1600 payout pot
Winner gets 62.5% = $1000
Runner up gets 25% = $400
Each Semifinalist gets 6.25% = $100 for each
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