FMF Test-N-Tune Day Jan 2nd

December 8, 2014 (Wortham, Texas ) – The 15th Annual Honda of Houston/FMF AMA Texas Winter Series is less than 30 days away and as in previous years, an organized practice day will be offered on Friday, January 2nd and with that tradition, FMF Racing has been a long-time partner with Freestone Raceway.  New for 2015 will be the FMF Test-N-Tune day during the practice on that same Friday.

FMF will be on-hand with track side support for a Test-N-Tune (TNT) day.  FMF TNT will give riders the opportunity to speak direct with FMF technicians and test the latest exhaust from the Flying Machine Factory.  If you ever wanted to bolt-on horsepower, this is the way to give yourself the means to do so.

At no extra cost to you, FMF will set you up with the proper exhaust system you need.  There is no requirement to race that weekend in order to come and practice on Friday, January 2nd.  Just pay the normal fees to enter for practice and come by the FMF Rig as soon as you arrive.  Restrictions apply.  See FMF personnel at track for details.

Gates will open at Freestone on Friday at 7am.  For more detailed times and additional track information, go to

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About FMF

FMF Racing has been serving the motocross community for over 40 years and has been focused providing the top level US racing equipment at the grassroots level of racing since 1973. 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. FMF is currently the #1 off-road exhaust manufacturer and has one of the largest off-road and amateur support programs in the country. Make sure you stop by for more information on their exhaust lines and the new FMF apparel.

2 thoughts on “FMF Test-N-Tune Day Jan 2nd

  1. No Eric, you are not required to be signed up for racing in order to practice. You will need an AMA membership whether it's a one-day or a full membership doesn't matter.

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