SB2 Supermoto Championship Final Round in St. Louis Staff
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Midwestern Supermoto fans rejoice!

Cariffe promotions and Clear Channel Entertainment announced today that the final round of the Super Bikers 2 Supermoto US Championship will be held at the UMB Pavillion in St. Louis , MO on Sept. 6th and 7th.

The UMB Pavillion is an awesome venue for supermoto, having hosted some interesting motor sport events like the Mazda Rev It Up.

press release follows...

July 18, 2003

Clear Channel Entertainment – Motor Sports and Cariffe Promotions are pleased to announce a joint relationship for the series final round of the SB2 Supermoto US National Championship to be held at the UMB Bank Pavilion in suburban St. Louis on September 6th and 7th.

“The SB2 Supermoto series has developed a foundation to attract spectators, sponsors and top level race teams,” says Mike Kidd a V.P of Clear Channel Entertainment – Motor Sports. “Having the series finals in the central part of the country at the UMB Pavilion in St. Louis allows us the opportunity to promote a first class event while attracting many of the top names.”

The racetrack will utilize the facilities of the UMB Pavilion and will follow FIM World Championship guidelines, consisting of 75% to 80% pavement and 20% to 25% dirt. This first class venue offers spectators great viewing areas along with amenities that will allow racing fans the comfort to enjoy a day at the races.

Lou Cariffe, Cariffe Promotions says, “The plan is to build this sport while bringing the racing to the people through the use of venues located conveniently in major metropolitan areas such as the UMB Pavilion.”

The sixth and final round of the championship series will be a double point paying event with a purse of $7,500.00 to be split between the Open class and the 450cc class entrants.

In addition to the purse and awards, the top 2 finishers in the season points standings in both classes will receive an invitation to participate in the Parts Unlimited Superbikers Invitational scheduled for October 4th, 2003 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in Del Mar in California.

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