Apr 3, 2001
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In a phone call to Roadracing World, Willow Springs Owner Bill Huth said April 3 that he is determined to have an AMA Superbike National at his racetrack and will promote the event himself, if he can get AMA officials to return his phone calls.<BR><BR>"I'll do the thing myself if I have to. I'm keeping the date, I want the date," said Huth, adding that Hansyllan Motorsports gave up on the event because they could not get a straight answer on date confirmation from AMA officials. The race was originally scheduled for September 14-16.<BR><BR>But Huth added that he had been unable to get in touch with anybody at the AMA, and asked if the AMA phone number he had was the right one. (It was.)<BR><BR>Huth also said he is considering discussing co-promotion of the event with Doug Gonda, the promoter who sold Formula USA to SFX Motor Sports at the end of the 1999 season.<BR>