It makes me sick to see Southwick really not happening anymore! Its hard to Believe that No one cares enough to really try and work it out somehow that the MX 338 , The only Sand Track on the AMA circuit can still have AMA pro races there.
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As many of you may or may not know, Yesterday marked what is geared up to be the last ever AMA Motocross national at the 338 Massachusetts Southwick track. Southwick is the only sand track on the outdoor national circuit and has been this way for many , many years. Pros like John Dowd, Doug Henry, Ricky Carmichael and many others have had unbelievable races at the Southwick Track!…..Its sad to face that yesterday could be the last pro races we ever see at the Massachusetts Track!
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Next Saturday June 29th Marks the last time Lucas Oil AMA pro motocross will hold a professional race at the mx 338 Massachusetts track!
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This really sucks!….It makes me sad! My family are huge motocross fans, and going to Southwick is awesome!….My son and I met awesome pro riders there and watched races! I really hope they find a way to get some racing back to new england.