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Fort Worth, TX September 23, 2010

In response to the AMA Supercross schedule change at the Daytona International Speedway, the Championship Cup Series would like to announce some changes regarding CCS events at the famed speedway. With the new Bike Week schedule, it was agreed that the best alternative was to move the sportsman motorcycle series to another venue and CCS has chosen Roebling Road Raceway to host the opening round of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Championship Series for 2011.

The schedule change also affected the American Historic Motorcycle Racing Association, so AHRMA, CCS and DIS have agreed to include the vintage series in the Fall Cycle Scene for 2011. The expanded event will feature not only the CCS Race of Champions, but an AHRMA Double-Header with each of the historic classes running twice over the three days of racing. The event will take place during Daytona's Biketoberfest Celebration on October 14-16, giving CCS and AHRMA the perfect showcase for their competitors and fans.

The Championship Cup Series would like to thank Daytona International Speedway for all the opportunities and support they have provided CCS over the last 27 years and we look forward to working with them on the Fall Cycle Scene featuring the CCS Race of Champions in 2011.

The Championship Cup Series is the largest amateur motorcycle road racing organization in the United States with 4,000 licensed riders. The CCS Series will run 50 events at popular tracks around the United States for 2010. Tracks include Road America, Daytona, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Firebird, Heartland Park, and Virginia International among other fine venues. In 2010 ASRA and CCS provide riders with access to nearly $10,000,000 in sponsorship awards through participation in its sanctioned events.


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