Due to scheduling, we will not have a make up race for Round 7 rain out race (July 4th-5th). Instead we will have double points at the last round at Fast Farms (October 17th-18th) and you will only need 8 races to qualify for the end of year awards!
We are also excited to announce that the last round of The Bobcat Big Show Series will also be The 3rd Annual Luke Gibson Trubute/Memorial Race!
About Luke Gibson: Luke was born in Ohio in 1997. Luke’s first motorcycle ride was on a PW50 at 3 and half years old with training wheels. He started racing in 2007 in the KOTH Series in West TN. and won his 65cc beginner class that year. Luke loved the sport of motocross and made so many friends through the years and was known as the 2g kid. Luke’s other interests included skate boarding and collecting pocket knives. No matter what Luke was doing, he always had a smile on his face and loved life.
In March of 2010 in Northern Mississippi Luke was preparing for a competition race and had a tragic accident. It was a very tough time for the sport and area with the loss of Luke.
Luke was always a very giving person, and was also an organ donor. Anna a very special young lady received Luke’s heart. I’ve had the opportunity to know Anna, and is truly a wonderful person. She has attended one of Luke’s Memorial Races, and had the privilege to meet all of Luke’s family and friends. Just recently this year I was able to attend her high school graduation in Wisconsin. While there we were able to see where she grew up and went to school, and met her family and friends.
Luke has given the greatest gift of all “THE GIFT OF LIFE”
We love and miss him, and dedicate this race in his tribute and remembrance.
Here's a link for Luke's video .............. LUKE2GMEMORIAL.wmv - YouTube
2015 Race Schedule is now out! Click Here
Fast Farms is also proud to announce our membership with the American Motorcyclist Association "AMA". The amateur competition arm of the American Motorcyclist Association, sanctions more than 3,000 races and rides in all 50 states.
Do you like diverse racing experiences? AMA Racing sanctions competition in 14 different types of events, from motocross to dirt-track, from observed trials to hillclimb, from roadracing to drag racing.
Do you prefer well-run races? AMA Racing, the amateur competition arm of the American Motorcyclist Association, is the gold standard for motorcycle racing. You’ll find the best racers, the best promoters, the best tracks.
Do you like fair rules for everyone? The AMA Racing rulebook is formulated by a group of nationally elected AMA members who make well-reasoned recommendations to the AMA Board for approval. Rules are then applied at all races.
These are just a few reasons to Sign Up for the AMA or Renew your membership.