The motorcycle road racing season at Miller Motorsports Park will come to an end this weekend, October 3-4, as the Plaza Cycle Masters of the Mountains Series conducts its season finale.
The Plaza Cycle Masters of the Mountains series is a seven-race motorcycle road racing championship developed by Miller Motorsports Park, administered by the Utah Sportbike Association (USBA) and sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) to encourage and develop fun and competitive road racing at the club and regional levels.
This weekend is the final round of this year’s seven-race Plaza Cycle Masters of the Mountains series. Riders will be competing on the 4.5-mile Full Course in 19 different classes for contingency money (provided by sponsors for using their products), trophies and points toward the series championship.
Approximately half of the 19 class championships are still up for grabs going into the final weekend, so the racing will be intense. The schedule on Saturday calls for practice sessions through the early afternoon, with a 90-minute endurance race starting at 3:40 p.m. On Sunday, morning practice will be followed by feature races starting at 10:00 a.m.
Fans who wish to come out to drive Super Go-Karts at the Miller Karting Complex will be able to do so all weekend.
Tickets for the weekend are priced at $6 per day for adults, and kids 12 and under are free.