Apr 12, 2001
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The AMA Superbike National at Willow Springs is back on the schedule and will be held September 13-16. The race is being promoted by the racetrack itself, according to Greg Huth.<BR><BR>"You were really a help on this," Huth told Roadracing World in a 9:40 a.m. PDT, April 12 phone call from his office at the Rosamond, California racetrack.<BR><BR>Huth reported that once he got in touch with AMA Pro Racing CEO Scott Hollingsworth, "Everything really went well and worked out. He's a really nice guy and we got everything handled smoothly."<BR><BR>Roadracing World played a key role in getting Greg Huth and his father, racetrack owner Bill Huth, in contact with Hollingsworth, Greg Huth said.<BR><BR>While terms of the deal have been agreed, Greg Huth said that Hollingsworth is FAXing him the final paperwork.<BR><BR>"He's sending us the final contract by FAX and we're going to sign it and return it with a check," said Greg Huth.<BR><BR>The AMA weekend will start with a Team Hammer Pro Practice on Thursday, September 13 with official AMA practice and qualifying starting on Friday, September 14. Races will be held September 15 and 16.