September 25th and 26th Race Location Change

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Corona, CA- (July 22nd, 2009)-- Officials from the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL announced today that it will hold rounds 13 and 14 at Perris Auto Speedway in Perris, CA on September 25th and 26th, instead of the original plans to hold the events at PALA Motorsports park. This race will be televised on ESPN2.

Ricky Johnson of TORC: “We really wanted to pick the best situation possible to hold our first race at the new PALA facilities and with all the good things they have going on out there in their first season. We feel it’s important that we build, test, and fine tune the facility in the off season and make sure things are perfect before we hold an event there; both the PALA officials and I agreed to re-schedule for 2010. We are renting the Perris facility and it will be set up very fan friendly with reduced ticket pricing and pits open to all without having to purchase pit passes.”

“PALA Raceway is looking forward to holding our first short-course TORC event early in the 2010 season,” stated Ryan Ouerlette of PALA Raceway. “We have so much going on in 2009 that we both agreed that 2010 would be a better time to add TORC to our schedule”.

The inaugural season of The Traxxas TORC Series has gotten off to a great start in 2009 with close points battles in every class at the halfway point in the season. ESPN2 and ABC telecast have been very successful and the layout at Perris Auto Speedway will showcase the best action and best drivers in all of off-road racing.

Tickets will be $12 for Friday night with Kids under 13 getting in free. Saturday, tickets will be $20.00. Weekend passes will be $30.00. Gates will open at 3:00 and pits will be open to all ticket holders.

The Traxxas TORC Series- The Off Road Championship, presented by AMSOIL is the world’s premier short course off road series. TORC drivers push the limits with 900 horsepower, action-packed fender pounding on challenging natural terrain racetracks. The 2009 season schedule includes stops in Texas, California, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin. For more information on TORC please visit www.torcseries.com.
 

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Corona, CA- (July 22nd, 2009)-- Officials from the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL announced today that it will hold rounds 13 and 14 at Perris Auto Speedway in Perris, CA on September 25th and 26th, instead of the original plans to hold the events at PALA Motorsports park. This race will be televised on ESPN2.

Ricky Johnson of TORC: “We really wanted to pick the best situation possible to hold our first race at the new PALA facilities and with all the good things they have going on out there in their first season. We feel it’s important that we build, test, and fine tune the facility in the off season and make sure things are perfect before we hold an event there; both the PALA officials and I agreed to re-schedule for 2010. We are renting the Perris facility and it will be set up very fan friendly with reduced ticket pricing and pits open to all without having to purchase pit passes.”

“PALA Raceway is looking forward to holding our first short-course TORC event early in the 2010 season,” stated Ryan Ouerlette of PALA Raceway. “We have so much going on in 2009 that we both agreed that 2010 would be a better time to add TORC to our schedule”.

The inaugural season of The Traxxas TORC Series has gotten off to a great start in 2009 with close points battles in every class at the halfway point in the season. ESPN2 and ABC telecast have been very successful and the layout at Perris Auto Speedway will showcase the best action and best drivers in all of off-road racing.

Tickets will be $12 for Friday night with Kids under 13 getting in free. Saturday, tickets will be $20.00. Weekend passes will be $30.00. Gates will open at 3:00 and pits will be open to all ticket holders.

The Traxxas TORC Series- The Off Road Championship, presented by AMSOIL is the world’s premier short course off road series. TORC drivers push the limits with 900 horsepower, action-packed fender pounding on challenging natural terrain racetracks. The 2009 season schedule includes stops in Texas, California, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin. For more information on TORC please visit www.torcseries.com.

WOW good pricing!!! :D :D :D That should draw some crowds!
 
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