2020 AMA National Hare and Hound schedule revealed – The Mint 400 joins the party 

Dates and venues for the 2020 AMA National Hare and Hound – NHHA – championship have been released with the Mint 400 in Las Vegas joining the series. 

 

Celebrating the series 10th anniversary, the AMA National Hare and Hound series will include the historic Mint 400 desert race among eight Hare & Hound race schedule between January and October, 2020.

Spreading the series from California to Texas the 2020 NHHA schedule is a comprehensive one. Including the Mint 400 at round three will mean a Youth class is included at the infamous Las Vegas race for the first time in order to give all the NHHA riders the opportunity to race. 

2020 AMA National Hare and Hound schedule:

January 26 – Winter Classic Hare & Hound, Lucerne Valley, California

February 23 – Lonestar National Hare & Hound, Post, Texas

March 3 – Mint 400 National Hare & Hound, Las Vegas, Nevada

March 22 – Dirt Inc. National Hare & Hound, Murphy, Idaho

April 4 – Sugarloafers National Hare & Hound, Cherry Creek, Utah

April 18 – Sage Riders National Hare & Hound, Little Sahara, Utah

August 22 – Silver State Trail Blazers Hare & Hound, Panaca, Nevada

October 11 – Lovelock National Hare & Hound, Lovelock, Nevada

October 25 – 100’s National Hare & Hound, Lucerne Valley, California

 

“We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with The Mint 400 in 2020, and to add the flavour of Las Vegas to our 2020 schedule,” said Meg Argubright, NHHA Chairman. 

“This is an incredible opportunity for not only us, but also our racers and long-time sponsors like Kenda Tire, SRT and FMF, and supports our mission of growing the sport and modernizing one of the purest forms of off-road motorcycle racing.” 

“We are working very closely with the Martelli Brothers to ensure the motorcycle racers of the Mint 400 benefit from the same high standard we strive to deliver at all stops of our racing series.”

 

More information: NationalHareandHound.com 
 
 
 
 
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