Sep 9, 2013
© 2013, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release
issued by Team Wolf Pack
M1 Grand Prix 24 Hour Motorcycle Charity Race - Teams Raise Money for the Roadracing World Action Fund
Rosamond, CA - On September 21st riders from all corners of the country will descend upon the .625-mile 9-turn kart track at Willow Springs International Raceway to compete in the 4th annual M1 Grand Prix () 24 Hour Super Endurance Motorcycle Race to benefit charitable causes.
The action packed weekend begins Saturday Sept. 21st at 8:00 a.m. with registration and tech, followed shortly by a riders meeting before the Le Mans-style start at high noon. The race will conclude Sunday Sept. 22nd at 12:00 p.m., prompting a mandatory tear-down of 1st place teams before the podium awards presentation.
Some of the great causes include the Roadracing World Action Fund and Riders for Health. Last year's event raised over $2400 for charity, and played host to 12 teams with riders from all corners of the country racing in this fun event. Visit the M1GP website and register by Sept. 11th to get in on the action.
Who: Competing in the 50cc Stock class on their NSR50, Team WOLF PACK is proud to announce the Roadracing World Action Fund is their charity of choice again for this year's race. Check out this important cause, promoting motorcycle racing safety and education. To help save lives and prevent injuries at the race track, donate online here or visit gofundme.com and search WOLF PACK 24 HR Charity Fund, call 800-464-8336 or send your tax deductible donation to:
Roadracing World Action Fund P.O. Box 1428
Lake Elsinore, CA 92531, .
The team of nine consists of AMA Supersport racer Mike Pond of Tuned Industries, M1GP staff Chase Spitzer, Dean Mallory, Giancarlo Guevara, Joe Wheeler, Ryan O’Neill, Kyle Brown, Garrett Van Drielen and Carlos Ver.
When: September 21-22, 2013
Where: Willow Springs International Raceway Kart Track, 3500 75th Street West Rosamond, CA 93560