Back by popular demand, the ‘New & Improved’ Wright Motors Superticket gives fans the opportunity of a lifetime at the 37th Annual Fairfield Cycle/Suzuki Hangtown Motocross Classic — Round One of the AMA Motocross Championship
PRARIE CITY, Calif., (May 10, 2005) — Without a doubt the coolest way for motocross fans to kick off the 2005 AMA National Motocross Championship season is with the purchase of the Wright Motors Superticket. The Wright Motors Superticket is a mega deluxe pass that awards you the viewing opportunity of a lifetime at the 37th Annual Fairfield Cycle/Suzuki Hangtown Motocross Classic, while at the same time gives you that warm/fuzzy feeling of knowing that the proceeds from the Wright Motors Superticket go to help a number of key charity causes in the motocross industry, including the Women’s Motocross Supercross Auxiliary Foundation (WMXF).
“We had such a great response from the program last year that we’ve ramped up the Wright Motors Superticket at Hangtown even more for ’05 to again make it an opportunity folks will talk about all summer long, said Charles Price, member of the NPG’s Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club. “This ticket is a bench racer’s dream.
Talk about rolling out the red carpet! Here’s some of what the “Willie Wonka-like Wright Motors Superticket awards its holders:
- Hangtown’s legendary “Best Seat In The House. A first turn gem with covered grandstands and amazing view of the action of our update track.
- Pit pass with maximum allowable time in the pits. So while the GA ticket holders are lined up along the fence looking in, Wright Motors Superticket holders can march right past and say “Hey! to RC & Bubba.
- Special “Front Row parking puts you and your belongings right by the track.
- Catered food and drink fit for a King & Queen on both Saturday and Sunday.
- Private pro pit tour. Note: If you’re an autograph hound, this is THE ticket opportunity to score signatures from the entire field of racers.
- Private restrooms!
- Souvenir program, poster and event T-shirt.
- Plus a whole a bunch more ‘bennies.’
The cost of the Wright Motors Superticket is 300 bucks, 150 for children. A lot of money, yes. But keep this in mind from Women’s Motocross Supercross Foundation (WMXF) co-President Shirley Short, mother of Honda factory racer Andrew Short.
“Not only does a program such as the Wright Motors Superticket go a long way in helping the WMXF in its fundraising efforts, it’s also a way for those of us close to the sport of motocross to share out knowledge of the industry in a behind-the-scenes way that not many people get to experience, said Short. “Moms and wives of these athletes will be on hand with the Wright Motors Superticket holders to discuss everything they’ve ever wondered about motocross!
Those interested in this ‘chance-of-a-lifetime’ motocross experience can contact Hangtown directly at 1-800-HANGTOWN or visit our website at hangtownmx.com. Note: The Wright Motors Superticket is limited to the first 160 persons.
The goal of the NPG is to raise the awareness of motocross through the production of professional championship racing events. For more information on the NPG and motocross results, please visit our web site at mxnationals.com.
And a bit more about the WMXF: The Women’s Motocross and Supercross Foundation (WMXF) is a non-profit organization (501 c3) founded in 2003 to enhance the motocross/supercross racing community. WMXF’s mission is four-fold. First, to support to any racer or crew member who suffers injury as a result of participation in or preparation for a professional motocross/supercross event. Second, the foundation provides support to those in the motocross/supercross community who suffer serious misfortune not directly related to competition. Third, WMXF provides ffinancial support to benevolent organizations that support the sport of motocross/supercross. Finally, the foundation serves as a group of women who contribute to the well-being of families in the professional motocross/supercross community. WMXF will promote fellowship among the teams and represent supercross, the outdoor nationals and the entire sport in a beneficial way.