Miller Motorsports Park (MMP) must think that the FIM World Superbike round they have hosted the last three seasons is lacking in some way. How else can we interpret the recent agreement between MMP and M1 Entertainment of Denver?
M1 Entertainment has been a central player in US motorcycle racing since the early part of the decade that was the 1990s. They have worked closely with many US circuits by creating and servicing several different motorcycle racing series all over the country.
M1 worked to create the FIM World Superbike rounds which once visited Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in California. They helped with AMA Superbike events at Road Atlanta and Virginia International Raceway and with AMA Supermoto events held in Denver and Reno. M1 has been involved in the top levels of motorcycle competition for nearly two decades and their success shows.
MMP hired M1, as it turns out, simply because they want to provide the best World Superbike experience they can for the fans. If you have ever had the chance to attend a WSB round at MMP, you would most certainly know that very few circuits can put together the program that this Utah track does – at least in the US.
M1 will take that which Miller already has in place and simply ‘dovetail’ their own expertise into the system to make improvements. It will unquestionably be something to experience first-hand.
Race fans can expect to see the first results of this at the 2011 round of the FIM World Superbike Championship held at MMP over Memorial Day weekend, 29 – 31 May 2011. Set your plans and buy your tickets, MMP is planning on making a memory of motorcycle racing that you will never forget and by which other such events will be judged.
Written by J.C. Current, Courtesy of AllAboutBikes.com