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RACING PREVIEW: DEC. 14 TO 17

RENO, NV (Dec. 13) – Racing Preview for this week shows that we are deep into the Re Run Zone although there is light at the end of the tunnel. Locally riders have two events they want to attend, especially since Christmas is only two weeks away.

Reno Motorsports

Reno Motorsports Christmas Party announcement.

Reno Motor Sports, or RMS as it is known, will have their annual Christmas Party and Customer Appreciation day from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday. And there will be free pictures with Moto Santa not to mention huge discounts and Christmas treats.

A few miles away another shop Moto Source is having its annual Customer Appreciation day. There will be a “Wheel O’ Discounts,” to spin as well as food, drinks and goodies and the hours are 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday.

Motosource

Motosource Christmas Party announcement.

To the south the Bishop Motocross is having the final practice session this year from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday. They don’t plan to have any more events until the spring.

Over the hill all three motocross tracks will be having practice sessions this weekend.

Prairie City has practice on Thursday from 1 until 5 p.m. while Riverfront MX Park has practice from 4 until 9 p.m. that same day.

Riverfront also has practice from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Sunday. Both E Street MX Park and Prairie City have practice sessions from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Before leaving it’s always good to check if there are any changes so please call the hotline at, 775-265-7223.

Over in TV Land and on the Internet it’s pretty much reruns but one can catch up on other series they may not have been able to see during the year.

On Thursday those that have Fox Sports 2 the racing coverage begins at 5 p.m. with the FIA World Endurance Championship Season Review. Following that are three NHRA programs, Sportsman at Pomona, Pro Mods at Las Vegas and ending with NHRA in 30 from Pomona.

Over on www.mavtv.com starting at 11 a.m. the programs have the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League followed by the WAR East Sprint Car League and Lucas Oil Drag Boat racing.

Friday is pretty much empty but there are two subscription Internet channels a race fan might want to check out. One of them is www.lucasoilracing.tv and the other is www.motorsport.tv as they have races and series one might not normally see plus live events during the season.

Saturday begins at 9 a.m. on www.fanschoice.tv as they show the Superprestigo motorcycle race fro Barcelona, Spain.

Also at 9 a.m. mavtv has Loretta Lynns Amateur Motocross Championships from last summer. This is followed by two Pro Motocross events.

After that there are three Lucas Oil events, the Late Model Dirt Series, Saturday Night Racing sprint cars and the ASCA Sprint Car series.

CBS Sports gets Sunday rolling at 10 a.m. starting with Off Road Racing followed at 11 a.m. by Super Karts USA from Las Vegas then the SCCA Run Offs, a German Touring Car event and ending at 3 p.m. with a Terracross off road race.

Over in mavtv their broadcast starts at noon with the Lucas Oil Drag Boat series followed by a Lucas Oil Pro Pulling event.

Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing.

The Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing is always an action packed event. Photo courtesy – Youtube.com.

Finally the day ends at 6 p.m. when NBC Sports repeats the NASCAR Xfinity awards program.

REPORTER’S NOTE: All times in this report are for the Pacific Coast time zone.

That’s it for this week. Yes things are pretty slim for racing fans but take heart as I mention there is light at the end of this tunnel.

Only 18 days after this preview is posted it will be time for Round 1 of the Supercross series or Anaheim 1 as it’s also known by. And for you off road fans it’s only 17 days until the Dakar Rally begins down in South America.

AMA Supercross.

Track map for Anaheim 1, which starts the 2018 Supercross season.
Graphic courtesy – AMA Supercross.com.

Have a great weekend everyone.

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We now have five very appreciated sponsors that are helping support this site. Please patronize them as they support your sport.

Our newest is Big Valley Honda and is the first dealer we have as a sponsor. They sell everything from motorcycles, UTV’s, ATV’s and about anything else things one could want.

They are located at 2225 Market Street in Reno and their website is www.bigvalleyhonda.com and they have a Face Book page, www.facebook.com/bigvalleyhondareno.

Our first sponsor is a full service motorcycle shop, Reno Motorsports and they too have a full service shop as well as about anything a rider could want.

They are located at 964 Terminal way, by Mill Street and their website is, www.rms-renomotorsports.com.

Sponsor PJ & Co Restaurant and Saloon located at 1590 Wells Avenue in Reno is familiar to most in the riding lifestyle.

Good food, great place and they have Bike Night every Wednesday. For further information please check their website at, www.pjandco.net.

Concours Body Shop, owned by racer and race supporter Gil Grieve, is a business doing quality repair work on cars and trucks.

The business is located at 240 Telegraph Street in Reno and their website is, www.concoursbodyshop.net.

If you are into karting or want the most cost effective way to start racing then check out Nevada Kart Sport, our only full service kart shop in this region.

The shop has moved to 894 Deming Way in Sparks and their website is, www.nevadakartsport.com.

Have a business targeted toward the motorcycle, motorsport or off road demographic? Well we are looking for more sponsors.

You can contact us either through the comment section of the site or our Face Book page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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