Apr 6, 2011
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Willow Springs Raceway will put up an additional $1500 in CASH purse payouts for the April 16-17, 2011. WSMC's Open Modified Production, 750 Super Stock and 650 Twins GP classes will be awarded the cash purses. $300 to first place, $125 to second place and $75 to third place in each of the mentioned classes. Willow Springs Raceway and Willow Springs Motorcycle Club are hosting this Rider's Appreciation Month to give back to the riders that have supported our club for the past 20 seasons.
Racing starts Sunday at 10am. 16 action-packed races are scheduled including the main event of the Toyota Gold Cup Unlimited Formula One, where riders compete for $2500 in cash purse money every month. This month also starts the 5-month Endurance Solo Series. 20-lap races held on Saturday night after practice is over. Racing starts on Saturday at approximately 4:45.
Spectators are welcome. General Admission is only $10 per person, kids 8 and under are free. General Admission covers entry for Saturday and Sunday, pit passes, parking, and camping. Gates open at 6:30am both days.
Established in 1991, WSMC continues to be one of the premier and fastest growing motorcycle road racing organizations in the country. Based at Willow Springs -- "The Fastest Track in the West" -- WSMC promotes racing for all motorcyclists on almost any type of bike. From 125s and 250s to the latest Superbikes, novice racers to seasoned professionals, WSMC hosts ultra-competitive racing at least once a month at Willow Springs. WSMC has come to be one of the most recognized race organizations in the nation. WSMC races the third Sunday of every month (except December). Find out more at or call 661-256-1234.
About Willow Springs Raceway
Willow Springs International Motorsports Park is a 600-acre complex of seven racetracks embracing nearly every conceivable motor sports discipline. The original track at the facility, Willow Springs International Raceway, celebrates its 58th birthday this year, and is steeped in historical significance. Construction of the track began in 1952, with the inaugural event held on November 23, 1953. The fact that it has been running continuously since then has caused the state of California to recognize Willow Springs International Raceway as an Official California Point of Historical Interest. This world-famous track hosted the first two NASCAR events west of the Mississippi, the first F.I.M. 500 Grand Prix motorcycle race in America, the first AMA events, the first 24-hour motorcycle endurance race, the first kart road racing in America, and the first California Sports Car Club racing on a purpose-built road course. Over the years, track records have been set and broken many times by internationally famous drivers and riders. The park is located about an hour north of Los Angeles, California near Lancaster.
To find out more about Willow Springs Raceway, visit or call 661-256-6666.