Texas Winter Series

December 7, 2010

For Immediate Release:

Wortham, Texas – The 11th Annual Honda of Houston/FMF AMA Texas Winter Series is entering it’s second decade of racing in 2011.  Since 2006, the AMA Texas Winter Series has been the largest, richest series in the Lone Star state.  Last year series saw riders from 33 different states and two countries represented.

For 2011, the series will visit Freestone, Oakhill and Village Creek, each being two weeks apart.  The last round will visit Freestone for the final round and will also serve as the Warm-Up for the AMA Spring Championship.

New for 2011 is a couple classes including a Girls Jr 65cc 7-11 class.  The 150F has a new home in the Girls Sr 85-150F class.  The traditional 50, 65, 85, 250, 450 classes will be at each round along with the Women’s Pro and 11 different Vet classes.  Additionally, factory contingency from Cobra, Honda, Kawsaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha will be at all four rounds.

It’s always fun this time of the year to see riders with their new bikes, new gear and new sponsors.  The only question will be who has the speed and discipline?  The series has been known for some of the toughest conditions and tracks in Texas, requiring each and every rider to be mentally sharp and ready.  On New Years weekend, we will find out as the gate drops for Round 1 at Freestone                      County Raceway on January 1-2.

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Upcoming Calendar:
11th Annual AMA Texas Winter Series
Rd 1 – Jan 1-2, 2011 – Freestone County Raceway
Rd 2 – Jan 15-16, 2011 – Oakhill MX Park
Rd 3 – Jan 29-30, 2011 – Village Creek MX Park
Rd 4 – Feb 19-20, 2011 – Freestone County Raceway

AMA Spring Championship
March 7-12 – Freestone County Raceway

9 thoughts on “Texas Winter Series

  1. I don’t know where the appropriate place to ask this question is, but this seems like as good as place as any. Why are either of the tracks (national or night) ever open for any type of practice? I have lived 20 minutes away from freestone my entire life and never had the privilege of riding on it. I was just curious

  2. That is a good question. Certainly you could email us the same question but there is one main reason. The Miller Electrical Construction business is actually in Houston, not there. No one is there to maintain the track for that purpose. Another reason is that it is a working ranch. Staff is there full time to maintain the 1100 acres and the cattle on it.

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