Michelin Pro Series
Sanctioned by the American Sportbike Racing Association
87th Annual Loudon Classic
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, NH
June 11-13, 2010

It's time for the 87th Annual Loudon Classic and there is good news for the competitors coming to New Hampshire Motor Speedway to participate in this historic motorcycle event. While the feature event on Sunday June 13th will be the Michelin Pro Series competitors running in the Loudon Classic, there will also be a full compliment of Loudon Road Race Series/Championship Cup Series sprint races translates to more than $100,000 in cash and prizes offered to riders over the three days of racing.

For those riders entered in the Michelin Pro Sportbike class, not only will they compete for the prestigious Loudon Classic Championship, they’ll be chasing over $8,500 in cash and prizes offered by the Michelin Pro Series and the ASRA Series sponsors for this 20 lap contest on June 13th. Add to that the $3,000 in cash offered by New Hampshire Motor Speedway to the top 15 riders and these racers will be competing their share of over $11,000 in cash and prizes offered to the contestants in the 87th Annual Loudon Classic.

As for the favorites in the 87th Loudon Classic, you only have to look at the past few years results to see that four names stand out from the rest. First on the list has to be multi-time Michelin Pro Series National Champion and former Loudon Classic Champion Jeff Wood of Winchendon MA who missed the 2009 contest because of injury. Next up are the two men who battled for the win in Wood's absence, 2009 Loudon Classic Champion, Shane Narbonne from Tyngsboro MA and last year's runner-up Scott Greenwood from Dunbarton NH. The other rider to watch will be Eric Wood of Ashburnham MA, brother of Jeff Wood, whose racing career has featured too many wins on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway road course to count. While these four men may be among the favorites, there will be plenty of competition for the 2010 Loudon Classic Championship.

Here is the breakdown of the 87th Annual Loudon Classic bonus offered by the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (This will be paid in addition to the normal Michelin Pro Series awards.)


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American SportBike Racing Association (ASRA) is the parent organization of the Championship Cup Series and sanctions eight Michelin Pro Series and eight Michelin Team Challenge road racing events for 2010. The Championship Cup Series (CCS) is the largest grass roots motorcycle road racing organization in the United States with 4,000 licensed riders and 51 sanctioned events at popular tracks around the country including Road America, Daytona, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Firebird, Heartland Park, and Virginia International among other fine venues. In 2010 CCS provides riders with access to nearly $10,000,000 in sponsorship awards through participation in its sanctioned events.

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