KTM Junior Supercross returns for 2013!
Feld Motor Sports has announced the return of the widely popular KTM Junior Supercross Challenge (KJSC). Following a five-year hiatus, the KJSC will showcase the talent of boys and girls at select Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, races in 2013. The KJSC not only gives boys and girls the opportunity to compete on the same track as their heroes, it promotes motorcycling as a family activity.
KJSC 2013 Dates:
- Anaheim Race 2 – February 2, 2013
- Arlington – February 16, 2013
- Atlanta – February 23, 2013
- Indianapolis – March 16, 2013
- Las Vegas – May 4, 2013
During race day, KJSC riders will race aboard identically prepared KTM 50 SXS motorcycles and will participate in practice laps at 3:00pm and 5:00pm with a three lap exhibition race taking place during the night program. The young KJSC participants will also be able to participate in the rider track walk and be acknowledged during opening ceremonies.
“We are excited to have the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge (KJSC) back as a part of the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross season,” Todd Jendro, vice president of two wheel operations, Feld Motor Sports. “The program provides an exciting and entertaining element for our supercross audience, but more importantly, the KJSC provides a great opportunity for the youth of the sport to showcase their talent and gives us a glimpse into the next generation of supercross superstars. The KJSC program has been a springboard for notable factory standouts such as Ryan Dungey, Mike Alessi and Eli Tomac to name a few. We are proud to work with KTM on continuing to promote this positive representation of our sport.”
Interested applicants must be 7-8 years old and meet the full requirements listed in the official rules. All rules and online entry forms can be found at the KJSC event website www.ktmjrsx.com. The KJSC is held at 5 of the Monster Energy Supercross races. Any additional inquiries about the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge should be directed to local KTM dealerships.