WERA: 47th Grand National Finals Happening October 24-27 At Barber Motorsports Park

WERA: 47th Grand National Finals Happening October 24-27 At Barber Motorsports Park

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47TH ACTION PACKED WERA GRAND NATIONAL FINALS /WERA/N2 ENDURANCE ROUND AND THE  AMA ROAD RACE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP!

On October 24th the 47th WERA Grand National Finals begins with the final round of the 2019 WERA/N2 4 Hour Endurance in the afternoon with WERA Practice in the morning.  The Endurance Series has been contested by some of the best Endurance Teams this season and they are looking for that final win.  The WERA/N2 Endurance will start at 1pm on Thursday. “Working with N2 this season has been great.  Both N2 and WERA have a passion for Endurance Racing and this partnership made it possible for both of us and gave the Teams a well rounded Endurance Season,” said CEO of WERA Evelyne Clarke.

October 25th through the 27th will see four Series crown their 2019 Champions.  The WERA Sportsman Series carries a criteria that participants must have entered one Sportsman Event in the Class they want to run and at the GNF it will be winner take all – so be ready to see some hungry riders go after that win for the coveted Championship.

Also on tap will be the 2019 WERA Vintage Series Championships. WERA throughout its history has had Vintage Racing on the schedule and our Vintage Riders are an important part of the dynamics of WERA Motorcycle Roadracing’s history.

The Pirelli/WERA National Challenge Series featuring the Michelin/WERA Superbike Class is a Series won by points – much like the Pro Series.  Participation in this Series takes commitment to travel and to follow the Series in hopes of getting the National #1 Plate in your class.  At the GNF if you have a WERA Motorcycle Roadracing License you can participate in any of the National Classes for the weekend.

The AMA Road Race Grand Championships will also be crowned at the GNF.  AMA has been a partner with WERA Motorcycle Roadracing over many years and each WERA event carries an AMA Co-Sanction which gives WERA riders the ability to gain the points they need to run in the MotoAmerica Pro Series.  There are 13 Classes at the GNF which make up the AMA Road Race Grand Championships.  AMA will also award their prestigious Horizon Award which goes to a rider displaying talent, sportsmanship and a great attitude to make a name for themselves in this great sport of motorcycle road racing.  See if you can pick eligible candidates for this award.  Anyone with a valid/current motorcycle road racing license with any sanctioning body recognized by the AMA can participate in these classes.

Special thank-you to our 2019 Grand National Final Trophy sponsors:  SAS Racing/Jeff Cavinder; Sport Bike Track Gear/Brian Van and Blud Lubricants /Jeff Green; Cumberland Group/Scott Parker.  Road Rash Trophies is hard at work making some memorable trophies for the WERA Motorcycle Roadracing GNF.

Camping is available and credentials will be sold at the track.  Come out and see some of the best of the best compete at the newly paved Barber Motorsports Park next weekend and find your Champions!

WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was founded in 1973 and remains the foremost place to develop talent in the sport of motorcycle Roadracing.  The legacy of Pro riders on a National and World level is legendary.  All events are run by WERA Motorcycle Roadracing with a co-sanction by the AMA and they go coast to coast offering entry level racing with the WERA Sportsman Series as well as a Pro-Am Series with the WERA National Challenge Series, WERA Motorcycle Roadracing also offer Vintage Racing and limited Endurance Racing with Track Day Partners N2 and Sportbike Track Time.  WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was voted the 2017 AMA Track Organizer of the Year.

For more information on WERA Motorcycle Roadracing please check out our web site at wera.com

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