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AMA Pro-Racing & Clear Channel announce agreement and 2003 schedule

Published April 4th, 2002





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… extending the 28-year relationship between the two organizations. The agreement provides that AMA Pro Racing will continue to sanction all supercross motorcycle races produced and promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment in the United States.



After lengthy discussions, both groups concluded that working together was in the best interest of supercross riders, fans, sponsors, television viewers, race teams, AMA Pro Racing and Clear Channel Entertainment, and positions supercross for significant future growth.



Charlie Mancuso, president of Clear Channel Entertainment’s Motor Sports division, said, “We are proud to announce the continuation of our long-standing relationship with AMA Pro Racing, and are thrilled to focus all of our efforts on taking the sport of supercross to the next level and beyond. Our job is to work hand-in-hand with AMA Pro Racing to continue the rapid growth and development of the most successful motorcycle racing series in the world. We want to thank the riders, fans, race teams and sponsors for all of their patience and support during the past few months.”



PJ Harvey, chairman of AMA Pro Racing, said, “The last few months have felt a bit like a lap around a supercross track – fast, furious and with its fair share of bumps. But in the end, we have come to realize that continuing our relationship with Clear Channel Entertainment most effectively meets the needs of AMA Pro Racing to continue growing the sport. We’re very excited to continue working together with Clear Channel and share Charlie’s sentiments that it’s time to focus on the future.”



The following are the 16 events on the 2003 AMA Supercross Series schedule:



January 4 – Edison International Field – Anaheim CA

January 11 – Bank One Ballpark – Phoenix AZ

January 18 – Edison International Field – Anaheim – CA

January 25 – Pacific Bell Park – San Francisco CA

February 1 – Edison International Field – Anaheim CA

February 8 – Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego CA

February 15 – Metrodome – Minneapolis MN

February 22 – Georgia Dome – Atlanta GA

March 1 – RCA Dome – Indianapolis

March 8 – Daytona International Speedway – Daytona Beach FL

March 22 – The Edward Jones Dome – St. Louis MO

March 29 – Reliant Park – Houston TX

April 5 – Silverdome Pontiac – Pontiac MI

April 12 – Texas Stadium – Dallas TX

April 26 – Rice-Eccles Stadium – Salt Lake City UT

May 3 – Sam Boyd Stadium – Las Vegas NV









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