Dubya USA has announced its title sponsorship of the 30th Annual World Vet Championships this November 1st-2nd at Glen Helen Raceway. The Dubya World Vet Championships will pit riders against a modified version of Glen Helen’s world-famous National Track, the challenging mix of rugged terrain, elevation changes and unique features like Talladega, Mount St. Helens, Bud’s Creek, Yamaha Hill, and the Sand Rhythm Straight that has been a favorite of motocross fans and riders alike since Glen Helen was founded in 1985.
The World Vet Championships hold a special significance for the Dubya USA team. Dubya Co-Founder Kristin White Anderson’s father Tom White helped create the very first World Vet Championships 30 years ago with his company White Brothers, and now Kristin and Dubya have stepped up to help carry the event forward for the next generation of veteran motocrossers.
Pre-entry is now open for this year’s championships, with classes available or riders 25 and older of all skill levels. Racers competing in the 30+ and 40+ pro classes will be competing for a substantial prize purse, so don’t miss the action! Entry fees are $40 for riders entering a single class, or $30 per class for riders competing in multiple classes. To register, visit the Dubya World Vet Championship event page on Glen Helen’s website.
In addition to the exciting racing action, the Dubya World Vet Championships will be packed with trackside entertainment. The all new Glen Helen/Troy Lee Museum will have exhibits set up dedicated to the history of motocross, the riders who helped build the sport, and the bikes that carried them. Fans will be able to check out the latest in gear and accessories between races on vendor’s row, and they won’t want to miss the presentation of the Edison Dye Lifetime Achievement Award to Chuck “Feets” Minert on Sunday.
For more info: dubyausa.com