Atlantic region has a new road racing promoter

By Uwe WachtendorfPosted on

Important news for racers and racing fans in Atlantic Canada is the recently created Atlantic Roadracing League Inc. (ARL). Formed by industry and racing professionals, ARL’s mandate is to promote and present motorcycle road racing events for Atlantic Canadians at the Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia.

The biggest event scheduled in their premier season is the hosting of Round 5 and 6 of the Parts Canada Superbike Championship from August 7th to 10th, 2008.

In addition to organizing race events, the ARL, with support from Canadian Kawasaki Motors, will run a high performance riding school for competitors and interested street riders.

Atlantic Motorsport Park is located approximately 50 km north of Halifax, Nova Scotia. More information on scheduled events and the Rider Academy can be found at www.atlanticroadracing.com.

 

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