February 6, 2012 (Wortham, Texas) – The Flying Machine Factory and the James Stewart AMA Spring Championship presented by Oakley have joined forces in bringing the 2nd Annual FMF Big Kahuna Fishing Tournament at Freestone Raceway on Wednesday, February 29 at 6pm.
As part of the week long activities being planned for the AMA Spring Championship at Freestone, FMF will be providing Grassroots trackside support with the FMF Semi to the legion of Amateur Army riders that come with the SoCal based company.
“We are excited to take part in the FMF Big Kahuna Fish Tourney” said Donny Emler Jr., (aka Lil’ D) Marketing Director at FMF Racing. Donny went on to say; “we are simply going to have a lot of fun, so don’t forget to bring your fishing pole! FMF has been a part of Freestone’s promotions since day one and we are happy to support another great event.”
Freestone Raceway is situated on the 1150 acre Miller Ranch (est 1853) and has many ponds that fed cattle for generations so the fishing can be epic. The FMF Big Kahuna Fishing Tournament will award the top 3 catches by weight no matter what type of fish it is. There will be swag out there for some of the most creative fishing enthusiasts. In addition, other great give away items will go to the “Best Dressed Fisher” and the “Best Primate Fishing Pole.”
Owner and founder Don Emler started FMF Racing in 1973. Don’s vision was to provide the top level US racing equipment at the grass roots level. FMF was formed in Don’s garage and is now located in Rancho Dominguez in a 90,000 sq ft state of the art manufacturing facility. FMF’s goal is simple; design and manufacture the world’s best performance exhaust 100% in the USA under one roof.
About Freestone County Raceway LLC:
Freestone County Raceway was established in 2000 and is located on the 1150 acre Miller Ranch. Freestone is home to Round 2 of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. Freestone also promotes the largest amateur series in Texas (Texas Winter Series), the James Stewart AMA Spring Championship and boasted the brightest lighting of any motocross track in the country. For more information, visit www.freestonemx.com.