A Big Part Of This Year’s Loretta Lynn’s

Press Release | July 28, 2013

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HURRICANE MILLS, Tenn. (July 26) – will have a strong presence all around next week’s Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch.

As always, every rider in ever moto will be eligible for the Holeshot Award. Over the course of the week, there will be more than 100 $100 gift certificates handed out to the holeshot winners.

“It has been a successful program at every event we’ve introduced it to,” said Tim Clark, director of Sports Marketing for Motorcycle Superstore. “It’s a great incentive for the riders. Even though you might not finish on the podium in the race, if you get a good start, you are going to get an award from Motorcycle Superstore.”

Clark added that this is the fifth year of the Holeshot Award.

Also back in the mix is the Bell Helmet contingency program. Out of hundreds of riders who applied to wear the specially painted Bell Helmet, 86 have been selected to represent at the National Motocross Championship.

Returning for a second year as a Bell Helmet rider is Addison Emery IV, who finished second last year in 250 C Stock with moto finishes of 2-2-1 during the week. This year he’ll compete in 250 B Limited and 2-Stroke B/C 16+ as part of the Bell Helmet program.

Jazzmyn Canfield, the 12-year-old Florida-based racing sensation, also is part of the Bell Helmet team.

“This is my favorite track and my favorite race,” Canfield said. “I love the feeling of just being there with my family and having fun with them. I hope to race this event for the next five or six years, as long as I can.

“I want to do all I can to promote girls racing in this sport. There are a lot of girls out there who want to be part of the sport but maybe they need a little more encouragement and support. I’m going to do my part, for sure.”

Riders wearing the Bell Helmet receive contingency bonuses in the form of gift certificates based on their moto finishes.

“It’s exciting to have so many promising young riders on board with us,” Clark said. “It’s going to be a busy week, it always is. However, it’s also going to be exciting for everyone on the team.”

Racing at the Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship starts in the early morning hours on Tuesday from Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and will continue until Aug. 3.


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