American Honda, Troy Lee Designs, Pro Core Team Announced for 2003 — 2004 National Arenacross Series

AURORA, Ill. (October 27, 2003) — Clear Channel Entertainment’s Motor Sports division announced today American Honda, Troy Lee Designs and Pro Core trading cards have signed with Tamer Motorsports for the 2003 — 2004 National Arenacross Series.

Former supercross rider and 5-time National Arenacross champion Buddy Antunez will captain the team in a quest for the 2003 — 2004 National Arenacross Series. Joining Antunez on the Tamer Motorsports team is 2002 Arenacross Rookie of the Year Justin Brayton and arenacross standout Brad Hagseth. The team will see all three riders riding the 2004 Honda CRF250 and CR250.

Team manager, Kevin Maret, is excited about this year’s team sponsors and the confidence level they have in the abilities of their riders. With the support of American Honda and many industry sponsors, this team has their eye on the 2004 National Arenacross Championship.

“Partnering with American Honda for a second year is great,” said Kevin Maret. “Pro Core and Troy Lee Designs are very high image companies and for them to choose Tamer Motorsports says a lot of our program.”

Tamer Motorsports team roster includes Gregg Lynk tuning for Buddy Antunez, Matt Walraven tuning for Justin Brayton and Corey Clark tuning for Brad Hagseth. Kevin Maret will be the team manager and John Burton will handle sponsor relations.

Along with American Honda, Troy Lee Designs and Pro Core trading cards, associate sponsors include Tamer Billet MX, Factory Effex,Oak Hill Marina, Alpine Stars, FMF, 909, Pro X, Smith goggles, Ti Lube, Regina chains, Pro Honda Oils, Motion Pro, Race Tech, Dunlop, C-Tech Trailer Cabinets, Hinson, Devol, Vforce, PPG Industries, Timex, Sunstar, IMS, Concepts in Aluminum,, ARC levers, Varner motors, Kicker and VP racing fuels.

2003-2004 National Arenacross Series:

Nov. 7 — 9 Albany, NY Pepsi Arena
Nov. 14 — 16 Worcester, MA Worcester’s Centrum Centre
Dec. 5 — 7 Rockford, IL Metrocentre
Jan. 2 — 4 Ft. Worth, TX Will Rogers Coliseum
Jan. 9 —11 Des Moines, IA Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Jan. 16 — 18 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena
Jan. 23 — 25 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum
Jan. 30 — Feb. 1 Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
Feb. 6 — 8 Guthrie, OK Lazy E Arena
Feb. 13 — 15 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Feb. 20 — 22 Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena
Feb. 27 — 29 Kansas City, MO Kemper Arena

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