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Here at DME Racing we manufacture the finnest quality racing products for all  your street and drag bike needs.

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August 1-3, 2014
SGMP in Valdosta, GA

 

 

 

Host Hotel Information

 

La Quinta Inn & Suites Valdosta

ManCup event rate: $84.95

1800 Clubhouse Drive
Valdosta GA 31601
229-247-7755
229-245-1359 (FAX)
Location: I-75 at exit 18

Drury Inn & Suites Valdosta

ManCup event rate: $89.95

1327 North Saint Augustine Road
Valdosta GA 31601
229-2453-0023
888-581-6119 (FAX)
Location: I-75 at exit 18

 

Both the La Quinta Inn & Suites and the brand new Drury Inn & Suites are located conveniently at exit 18 of I-75, both less than an eighth of the mile from the Interstate. Exit 18 is the exit you will want to stay at, or you most likely will wind up at, if you want a real meal in the evening.

 

The La Quinta Inn & Suites is located at the end of a short cul-de-sac and boasts neighbors like; Outback Steakhouse, Texas Roadhouse, and a recently reopened Hooter's right there on the block, all within walking distance. Outback will even deliver your order to the hotel for you! The Drury Inn & Suites is within walking distance of all the above plus it has Olive Garden and Applebee's both located just beyond it's parking lot.

For more info check out www.manufacturerscup.info, or Dragbike.com for all the latest updates.

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The ManCup announced today a change of venue for the DME Summer Nationals.

 

The event is moving to very familiar ManCup territory, South Georgia Motorsports Park. The DME Summer Nationals will still be running on the same weekend of August 1-2-3, 2014 as originally scheduled. Moving the event became the only viable option for the ManCup due to NHRA's unwillingness to extend official NHRA ASO status to the ManCup after five months plus of dialogue and negotiation. Without NHRA ASO status, the ManCup would have had to require each rider going 9.99 and quicker to have a valid NHRA Competition License to be able to run at Atlanta Dragway. Fortunately for ManCup management, SGMP track owner Kim Woods was able to modify the busy SGMP schedule to accommodate the move to SGMP on the same weekend. Atlanta Dragway track manager Mike Savage worked long and hard to try to secure the event at Atlanta Dragway and sincere thanks go out to him and his staff fro their herculean effort. Hopefully, the ManCup will be able to return to Atlanta Dragway in the future, once the scheduled ASO program revamp is completed prior to the start of the 2015 season as planned.

 

Thank you for your support, more information to follow about the DME Summer Nationals at SGMP.

 

The ManCup announced today a change of venue for the DME Summer Nationals.

The event is moving to very familiar ManCup territory, South Georgia Motorsports Park. The DME Summer Nationals will still be running on the same weekend of August 1-2-3, 2014 as originally scheduled. Moving the event became the only viable option for the ManCup due to NHRA's unwillingness to extend official NHRA ASO status to the ManCup after five months plus of dialogue and negotiation. Without NHRA ASO status, the ManCup would have had to require each rider going 9.99 and quicker to have a valid NHRA Competition License to be able to run at Atlanta Dragway. Fortunately for ManCup management, SGMP track owner Kim Woods was able to modify the busy SGMP schedule to accommodate the move to SGMP on the same weekend. Atlanta Dragway track manager Mike Savage worked long and hard to try to secure the event at Atlanta Dragway and sincere thanks go out to him and his staff fro their herculean effort. Hopefully, the ManCup will be able to return to Atlanta Dragway in the future, once the scheduled ASO program revamp is completed prior to the start of the 2015 season as planned.

Thank you for your support, more information to follow about the DME Summer Nationals at SGMP.

- See more at: http://www.dragbike.com/dbnews/templates/fast1320_z13.aspx?articleid=29403&zoneid=13#sthash.RFUPDhHK.dpuf

adfThe ManCup announced today a change of venue for the DME Summer Nationals.

The event is moving to very familiar ManCup territory, South Georgia Motorsports Park. The DME Summer Nationals will still be running on the same weekend of August 1-2-3, 2014 as originally scheduled. Moving the event became the only viable option for the ManCup due to NHRA's unwillingness to extend official NHRA ASO status to the ManCup after five months plus of dialogue and negotiation. Without NHRA ASO status, the ManCup would have had to require each rider going 9.99 and quicker to have a valid NHRA Competition License to be able to run at Atlanta Dragway. Fortunately for ManCup management, SGMP track owner Kim Woods was able to modify the busy SGMP schedule to accommodate the move to SGMP on the same weekend. Atlanta Dragway track manager Mike Savage worked long and hard to try to secure the event at Atlanta Dragway and sincere thanks go out to him and his staff fro their herculean effort. Hopefully, the ManCup will be able to return to Atlanta Dragway in the future, once the scheduled ASO program revamp is completed prior to the start of the 2015 season as planned.

Thank you for your support, more information to follow about the DME Summer Nationals at SGMP.

- See more at: http://www.dragbike.com/dbnews/templates/fast1320_z13.aspx?articleid=29403&zoneid=13#sthash.RFUPDhHK.dpuf

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The ManCup announced today a change of venue for the DME Summer Nationals.

The event is moving to very familiar ManCup territory, South Georgia Motorsports Park. The DME Summer Nationals will still be running on the same weekend of August 1-2-3, 2014 as originally scheduled. Moving the event became the only viable option for the ManCup due to NHRA's unwillingness to extend official NHRA ASO status to the ManCup after five months plus of dialogue and negotiation. Without NHRA ASO status, the ManCup would have had to require each rider going 9.99 and quicker to have a valid NHRA Competition License to be able to run at Atlanta Dragway. Fortunately for ManCup management, SGMP track owner Kim Woods was able to modify the busy SGMP schedule to accommodate the move to SGMP on the same weekend. Atlanta Dragway track manager Mike Savage worked long and hard to try to secure the event at Atlanta Dragway and sincere thanks go out to him and his staff fro their herculean effort. Hopefully, the ManCup will be able to return to Atlanta Dragway in the future, once the scheduled ASO program revamp is completed prior to the start of the 2015 season as planned.

Thank you for your support, more information to follow about the DME Summer Nationals at SGMP.

- See more at: http://www.dragbike.com/dbnews/templates/fast1320_z13.aspx?articleid=29403&zoneid=13#sthash.RFUPDhHK.dpuf

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The ManCup announced today a change of venue for the DME Summer Nationals.

The event is moving to very familiar ManCup territory, South Georgia Motorsports Park. The DME Summer Nationals will still be running on the same weekend of August 1-2-3, 2014 as originally scheduled. Moving the event became the only viable option for the ManCup due to NHRA's unwillingness to extend official NHRA ASO status to the ManCup after five months plus of dialogue and negotiation. Without NHRA ASO status, the ManCup would have had to require each rider going 9.99 and quicker to have a valid NHRA Competition License to be able to run at Atlanta Dragway. Fortunately for ManCup management, SGMP track owner Kim Woods was able to modify the busy SGMP schedule to accommodate the move to SGMP on the same weekend. Atlanta Dragway track manager Mike Savage worked long and hard to try to secure the event at Atlanta Dragway and sincere thanks go out to him and his staff fro their herculean effort. Hopefully, the ManCup will be able to return to Atlanta Dragway in the future, once the scheduled ASO program revamp is completed prior to the start of the 2015 season as planned.

Thank you for your support, more information to follow about the DME Summer Nationals at SGMP.

- See more at: http://www.dragbike.com/dbnews/templates/fast1320_z13.aspx?articleid=29403&zoneid=13#sthash.RFUPDhHK.dpuf

Our friends from Aruba in their interview with Radical Competition


Terence Angela takes the win with his amazing 6 sec Pro Street Run

 

Phone: 336-785-4845                                                                                                                                                                                              

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