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Jul 6, 2002

U.S.A. vs. Canada Match Races Set For Mosport

From a press press issued by the event organizers:<BR><BR>For Immediate Release<BR><BR>Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada...For the first time in over a decade, the 'Coors Light' Canada vs. USA Match Races return to Mosport International Raceway July 19-20-21 for an exciting three days of racing action, produced by SUPERSHOW Events.<BR><BR>Coors Light, in conjunction with Buell, Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Stylemaster, presents three full days of exciting motorcycle racing including top Canadian and American Racers competing in the Formula USA Road Race Series and the Parts Canada Superbike National Series, the Mosport Round of the ASM Superbike Series with Amateur races sponsored by Snow City Cycle, the Buell Lightning Series, and the Diablo Can-Am 125 GP Challenge.<BR><BR>Daytona track announcers, Pat Gonsalves and Richard Chambers will deliver exciting race reporting over the McBride Cycle Public Address Radio Network. In addition to the three exciting days of racing, visitors will enjoy the Racer autograph sessions, Manufacturer Demo Rides, Helicopter rides and Contests, browsing through the vendors and club displays and observing the dyno horsepower runs. <BR><BR>Admission Friday, Open Practice Day and Qualifying, is $10; Saturday, featuring the Formula USA / International Motorcycle SUPERSHOW Open Sportbike Race, is $25; and Sunday, featuring the Parts Canada Superbike Race, is $30. A weekend SuperTicket for all three days is available for $50 or purchased in advance for $40 through select motorcycle dealers or from Mosport's web-site at saving $10 and avoiding on-site line-ups. Admission includes full paddock access, free camping and parking, and a free copy of INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE Magazine. Children under 12 years of age are admitted free.<BR><BR>For more information on Bike Week 2002 and the 'Coors Light' Canada vs USA Match Races go to or call (905)655-5403.