Just because AMA Pro Road Racing might not be coming to Miller Motorsports Park, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy racing at one of the finest tracks in the United States. World Superbike is confirmed for a stop at MMP, and tickets are now available.
Making its third trip to Miller Motorsports Park, World Superbike will come to Tooele, Utah May 29th-31th, and for the first time in WSBK history, the races will be held on a Monday to coincide with Memorial Day.
John Larson, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Miller Motorsports Park, commented on the holiday racing schedule, staying:
“We’re really looking forward to our 2010 World Superbike event, and we’re pulling out all the stops to make it the must-attend motorcycle racing event of the year. Racing on Monday is going to be exciting and, as usual, the racing is going to be spectacular. We have a number of exciting features that we’ll be announcing in the next couple of months, but we wanted to get our three-day tickets on sale early and give fans the opportunity to give the gift of speed for the holidays.”
Three-day reserved grandstand tickets are priced at $145, while three-day general admission tickets are priced at $125. Both three-day tickets include paddock passes. Tickets are available online at http://www.sbkusa.com/ or by telephone at (435) 277-RACE (435-277-7223).