Heartland Park-Topeka Welcomes the Heart of America Cyclefest
June 5, 2006
The newly re-surfaced road course at Heartland Park-Topeka will play host to the pivotal round of the America Sportbike Racing Association's National Championship Series on June 16-18, 2006. For the first time since the early '90s you will be able to experience America's road course in its entirety, which is sure to be a thrill, whether you're racing or just watching.
Heartland Park-Topeka has under gone a complete $22,000,000.00 transformation with new garages for rent ($150 for the event includes power and air), a new road race tower and the fabulous “Tech-mahal” (the largest tech building in the U.S). Don’t miss the motorcycle racing premier for this like-new facility.
Joining the ASRA Sprint Series will be the Team Challenge National Championship event featuring the A&J National Solo Challenge. This long distance event will cover 150 miles in just over 2 hours of intense competition, with current points leader, the Moon’s Super Cycle team from Wisconsin, trying to extend its lead over the Fast Lane Cycle squad of Virginia, who lie just 21 points back after the first 3 races.
Along with the ASRA, the Championship Cup Series presented by Lockhart Phillips USA, will host a complete round of races for its sportsman series, giving you three days of non-stop racing action on this fabulous circuit that is sure to leave you in awe of what you will witness.
Heartland Park Topeka is just south of Forbes Field on Topeka Blvd, gates open Thursday at 7:00am, Racing starts at Noon Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For more information on tickets or rentals, call 800-43-RACES or visit www.HPT.com.