Returns as Title Sponsor of AMA Pro Road Racing's SuperSport Class Renewing the $25,000 Year-End Points Fund

NEWS January 24, 2012 Returns as Title Sponsor of AMA Pro Road Racing's SuperSport Class Renewing the $25,000 Year-End Points Fund

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (January 24, 2012) - and AMA Pro Racing announced today an extension of their existing partnership, which names as the Official Motorcycle Online Retail Store of AMA Pro Road Racing and title sponsor of the AMA Pro SuperSport division. As part of the agreement, AMA Pro Racing will once again distribute more than $25,000 to riders in the form of a year-end points fund due to the gracious support of

"For the past two years, our relationship with has been invaluable to AMA Pro Racing and we are extremely pleased to be extending our partnership with them," said David Atlas, Chief Operating Officer of AMA Pro Racing. "Our dedicated and loyal fan base recognizes the exceptional value and personal attention given to them when they shop with, and we are very thankful for the support and dedication the company has likewise shown to the AMA Pro Racing athletes through the Year-End Points Funds."

As part of the agreement, will have an expanded online presence in AMA Pro Racing's website content and social media initiatives. Several lucky fans have already received gift cards for winning sweepstakes held on AMA Pro Road Racing's official Facebook page, and the two companies will be working together throughout the year to find new and creative ways to give back to fans.

"If you were at the final round of the 2011 season in New Jersey, then you already know that road racing is back bigger and better than ever," said Tim Clark, Director of Sports Marketing for "The SuperSport class is the breeding ground for future road race champions. We're excited to support the AMA Pro Racing program and help contribute to the riders through the year-end points fund."

The $25,000 Year-End Points Fund for AMA Pro Road Racing's SuperSport class will be split between the East and West divisions, with additional bonus money paid to the overall national champion and Young Gun award recipient. The payout will be structured as follows:
East Coast: 1st place, $5,000; 2nd place, $3,000; 3rd place, $2,000
West Coast: 1st place, $5,000; 2nd place, $3,000; 3rd place, $2,000
Young Gun: $2,500
Overall Champion: $2,500

The 2012 AMA Pro Road Racing season will kick off at the historic Daytona 200 Week, scheduled for March 15 - 17, 2012 at Daytona International Speedway. For tickets, please visit

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