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TrackAddix Forms Great Plains Roadracing Series
Denver, Colorado, November 7, 2005
— TrackAddix, Inc. today announced that it has reached an agreement with the Championship Cup Series (CCS) to begin operating the TrackAddix Great Plains (TrackAddix GP) Roadracing Championship, under a sanctioning agreement from CCS.
The TrackAddix GP will open in 2006 with a 9 race series to be focused at tracks in the Great Plains region to include Road America, Mid America Motorplex, Heartland Park Topeka, Gateway International Raceway, Hallet Motor Racing Circuit, and a new track being developed in Hastings, Nebraska named Motorsports Park Hastings. A tentative schedule is available on the TrackAddix website at www.trackaddix.com.
"TrackAddix is a huge supporter of roadracing throughout the MidWest and Great Plains regions, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to develop a racing series that is truly focused on tracks in the Great Plains area," said Dean Rumfola, President of TrackAddix. "We have always been interested in building a strong relationship with the CCS. We feel this new venture will compliment our existing business, and at the same time benefit the racers in the Great Plains region."
"We are looking forward to this expanded relationship with TrackAddix," said Kevin Elliott, Director of Operations for CCS. "Dean and crew have a good reputation in our industry and we are proud they have come on board as the promoter of the Great Plains series. TrackAddix will give CCS racers and fans a stronger presence in the Heartland of America and that makes us excited about the future growth of our sport in those areas."
Since 1984, the Championship Cup Series (CCS) has been the leader in Sportsman level motorcycle road racing, with 70-plus sanctioned events each year. With four major displacement breakdowns (Lightweight, Middleweight, Heavyweight and
Unlimited) and three major classes (SuperSport, SuperBike and Grand Prix) for each, CCS offers the perfect opportunity to race nearly anything available.
CCS is a national road race series, sanctioned by Formula USA®. The CCS website is available at www.ccsracing.com.
Founded in 2003, TrackAddix has become the "one stop shop" for all sportbike riding needs. In addition to operating the TrackAddix Racing Team, they also provide motorcycle track days, the School of Speed riding and racing schools, an online retail store, and a complete line up of trackside services. Based in Denver, Colorado, TrackAddix operates events at tracks in Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.
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