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« on: October 06, 2010, 08:27:02 am »

2010 ALL AMERICAN MOWER CHAMPIONSHIPS

WHAT
ALL AMERICAN MOWER CHAMPIONSHIPS is the biggest single stand alone mower racing event in the US. Its the race every racer across the US and Canada come to test their machines and themselves against the absolute best of the best across the USA and Canada. ITS an open invitational and Everyone is invited. It holds an atmosphere and prestige like no other event in the US or Canada. Come be a part of the ALL American. There will be something for everyone. Unique Tropies, Special awards, simplys lots going on at this event.

WHEN
NOVEMBER 5th Open Practice, 6th heat races, and 7th features

WHERE
The track address is 10516 HWY 58 Ooltewah, Tn 37363. EXIT (27) Paul Huff Parkway, off I75 in Cleveland, Tennessee is the
best way to get to the track. Goodner's Race Site is 16 miles from Exit 27. Also visit www.guestlinetn.com for more hotel and local
info. Everyone is welcome to camp but there is no hookups.

RACE FEES:
Pre-Registration $20.00 per Driver. Register day of event 25.00 per Driver. Race fees cover Driver plus two pit passes. Those two must accompany driver in and to registration. Also covers electronic scoring. All other persons in pits 7 and older must pay $5.00 ea for pit pass. Download registration form at bottom.

ABOUT:
AMERICAN MOWER CHAMPIONSHIPS.

 This is an open invitational event held only once a year. THE intent of this event is to have racers from across the US come together from the everyday racer to the National Champions from across the US and Canada to race the against the best of the best. Look at it as a world finals so to speak. IT doesn't matter what group you race with what club what your mower build is. EVERYONE is invited. In an effort to provide equal racing for everyone we are gonna try two new classes. This is a one race trail if you want it to continue show up and show and particapate. Classes are as follows:

Sanctioned Classes ARMA rules apply and ARMA Membership required.
STOCK CLASS (just remove the blades and race) 7 yrs and up.
ARMA = USLMRA
J/P = J/P
Super Stock = IMOW
Mini Sportsman = A/P
Sportsman = S/P
Mod X = C/P
Super Sportsman = B/P
Pro X = F/X
Super Modified Single
Super Modified Twin

Non Sanctioned classes rules below
Stock Engine Single
Stock Engine Twin
Outlaw Single
Outlaw Twins

All Sanctioned classes 2010 ARMA rules apply.
Non – Sanctioned class Rules go to www.allamericanmowerchampionships.yolasite.com

RACE FORMAT

FRIDAY EVENING... time/weather permitting Track will be open for practice at 1pm.
Also we will be open for ealry registration and tech.

SATURDAY - Racers will participate in practice by class. Each class will grid up and go out together.
Registration/Tech 8:00 to 10:30 MUST register before tech.
Drivers meeting 10:45
Practice by class 11:00
Heats startat 12:00

Each class will pull a ball for initial grid start positions.
Qualifiyng will consist of 1 15 lap heat race will be run per class. Classes with more than 20 will broken up. Heat A runs for inside lane Heat B runs for outside line.
Features on Sunday will be grid by heat finishes.

Depending on amount of mowers that turn out there is always the chance we may have to run A and B features. Top 20  in heat races go to A and top two from B features go to A Feature. We won’t know this till race day. Maximum of 22 per class for feature events.

After the races Saturday we will all some challenge events if Time allows and then we will all EAT and have some fun.

SUNDAY – No practice, Feature’s will be 30 laps except for stock class. They will run 3 lap heats and 5 lap features. May the best racer win.

Late Registrations and Safety techs for all mowers 10:00 12:00
Late Registrations not racing on Saturday will start at the rear in Features. ALL B- Features will run first.
Drivers meeting 12:15
Features Start at 1PM

Every one is welcome to camp on site however there are no hook ups.

The track address is 10516 HWY 58 Ooltewah, Tn 37363.

EXIT (27) Paul Huff Parkway, off I75 in Cleveland, Tennessee is the
best way to get to the track. Goodner's Race Site is 16 miles from
Exit 27. Also visit www.guestlinetn.com for more hotel and local
info.

HOTELS ARE LOCATED OFF EXIT 27, NOT EXIT 11.

Jameson Inn – 423-614-5583
360 Sgt. Paul Huff Parkway
Cleveland, TN 37312
20 rooms, Standard (74.99-79.99)
Camper Parking
(Free breakfast/pool/internet)
(Emma) (IGM)

Ramada Inn Limited – 423-472-5566
156 James Asbury Drive
Cleveland, TN
25 rooms, Standard (64.95-69.95)
Limited Parking
Breakfast/Pool
(Mitch)

Comfort Inn – 877-424-6423
153 James Asbury Drive
Cleveland, TN
20 Rooms (79.95)

Super 8 – 423-476-5555
163 Bernham Dr.
Cleveland, TN. 37312
45 Rooms (55.00-136.--Two Beds)
Breakfast 6-9/Pool

Classic Suites
179 BERNHAM DRIVE
Cleveland, TN 37312
Nightly Rates: ($59.99 - $69.99)
3 Star

Quality Hotel
153 James Asbury Dr.
Cleveland, TN 37312
Nightly Rates: ($69.95 - $79.95)
2 Star

Exclusive Quarters – 423-479-1333
210 James Asbury Drive
Cleveland, TN

For more info or directions contact numbers below


George Herrin - Southern ARMA Regional Director
1-615-969-5784
1-931-628-8829 cell LV MSG.
wk 615-446-6807
gdherrin@hughes.net

Larry Favors - Vice President of BTMRA
1-256-247-7948 HM
1-256-247-0176 wk
larrynjeanie@hughes.net

Barry Goodner - Owner of Savannah Valley Speedway
e-mail: goodners@bellsouth.net
phone: 423-310-0867
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2010, 08:59:58 am »

George can you bring some of the all american forms to the car show ,we can't get them to download to printer. Thanks tony
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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2010, 12:26:20 pm »

Will try to remember..Should be ok though
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3 time USLMRA National Champion
8 time ARMA National Champion
Herrin Mower Sports Racing Team/Fat Boyz Racing
Hohenwald Tn. 38462
wk... 615-446-6807
http://btmra.smfforfree2.com
http://www.eccarburetors.com/

Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly
proclaiming . . "WOW ---What a Ride
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