With the conclusion of a great AMA Arenacross Series season of competition in Des Moines, Iowa, that saw Kawasaki’s Tyler Bowers take the title, the 2011 Amateur National Arenacross Championship (ANAC) lineup was finalized with the qualification of 120 riders across 24 classes representing the North Region.
In just a few short days, the 2010 AMA Arenacross Series will commence with arguably the deepest, most talented field in the history of the sport. Hundreds of riders will take their shot at making the coveted pair of main events in the AMA Arenacross and AMA Arenacross Lites classes, but one man in particular will have a bullseye on his back as the defending AMA Arenacross Series champion.
A raucous crowd filled Wells Fargo Arena on Saturday night as the AMA Arenacross Series provided a sneak preview of the 2010 season at the second annual Des Moines prequel race. With an $11,000 purse up for grabs, Babbitt’s Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Tyler Bowers, of Danville, Ky., claimed the AMA Arenacross class victory while Storm Lake Honda’s Kurt McCabe, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa took the AMA Arenacross Lites win.
The race from Des Moines is a stand-alone race and is not part of the 2010 AMA Arenacross Series.
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The excitement of the 2010 AMA Arenacross Series is just around the corner, but before the intense competition of the New Year is officially underway; fans will have the chance to get a taste of the bar-banging action this weekend at the second annual Des Moines Prequel Race from Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa.
$11,000 in prize money is on the line for several of the world’s best AMA Arenacross racers as they compete for bragging rights in a sneak peek of what lies ahead for the upcoming year.
As the dawn of a new AMA Arenacross Series season looms just nine weeks away, the stars of the AMA Arenacross Series are prepared to put on a show for one final time in 2009 as Des Moines, Iowa’s Wells Fargo Arena plays host to the second annual prequel race. After a stellar debut one year ago, the prequel returns this weekend on November 7-8 with some of the biggest names in the sport in an all-out run for the money with $11,000 on the line.
The Des Moines race is a standalone race and not part of the 2010 AMA Arenacross Series schedule.