WERA West: Money On The Line At Season Finale In Las Vegas

WERA West: Money On The Line At Season Finale In Las Vegas

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By WERA Motorcycle Roadracing, Inc.:

SEPTEMBER 17/18/19 VIVA LAS VEGAS WITH WERA!

The final round of the 2021 WERA West Sportsman Series presented by Lucas Oil kicks off this coming weekend at Las Vegas Classic Course with a RacersEdge Track Day on Friday including a WERA Rider’s School.

Saturday will be day one of the doubleheader. For Saturday, Outlaw Racing has put up a purse of $500.00 in the “0-600” C Superbike Expert Class.  Payout will be $250.00 for 1st, $125.00 for 2nd, $75.00 for 3rd, and one random draw for $50.00.

Sunday will be day two of the doubleheader and the following money is up for grabs:

In A Superstock Expert, Cha Cha Cha Motorsports has put up $500.00 to be paid out: $250.00 for 1st, $125.00 for 2nd, $75.00 for 3rd, and one random draw for $50.00.

In the Senior Superbike, Heavyweight Expert Class “Johnny and Chris” have $350.00 to be paid: $150.00 for 1st, $100.00 for 2nd, $75.00 for 3rd, and one random draw for $25.00.

AG Network Cabling, Inc. has put up $400.00 for two classes to be drawn at Sunday’s Rider’s meeting and those classes will have $100.00 random draw finish: $75.00 random draw finish and $25.00 random draw finish each class.  The C Superbike Expert: A Superstock Expert and Senior Superbike Heavyweight Expert classes will be excluded from these random draw classes. The purse will be paid on a draw of finish positions.

“I want to personally thank each of these businesses and supporters of the WERA West Sportsman Series presented by Lucas Oil Products for their continued loyalty and support. The 2021 season proved to be a real challenge due to COVID and track cancellations we did not see coming.  We will work on a 2022 schedule and try very hard not to conflict with any of the other racing organizations out there, but it is getting increasingly difficult to do so.  Again thank-you to those who want to keep WERA Motorcycle Roadracing on the West Coast,” said CEO Evelyne Clarke.

WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was founded in 1973 and remains the foremost place to develop talent in the sport of motorcycle road racing.  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 which is the Pirelli/WERA National Challenge Series.  WERA also offers Vintage Racing and hosts the Concours de ’Competition and Concours d’ Elegance in July at Barber Motorsports Park. Endurance Racing is also on the menu with our partner N2 and runs 4-5 events a year with a Big Bike Endurance and an Ultralightweight Endurance.  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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