2017 AMA Ice Race Grand Championship Canceled

| 20 February 2017 4:01 pm

2017 AMA Ice Race Grand Championship

Courtesy of the AMA/American Motorcyclist Association
Photo by Mike Barton/AMA

Due to unseasonably warm temperatures, the 2017 AMA Ice Race Grand Championship scheduled for February 24 through 26 in Cadillac, Michigan, has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

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“We are sorry to have to make this decision, but the weather left us no alternative,” said AMA track racing manager Ken Saillant. “The Ice Race Grand Championship is always a great event, and it’s unfortunate the weather did not cooperate this year. I would like to thank Sherman Motorsports for their partnership with the AMA and their outstanding efforts to organize the event.”

The 2017 AMA Ice Race Grand Championship was originally was scheduled for February 17 through 19 but was postponed to February 24 through 26 due to warm weather conditions. The continuing warm weather conditions made it necessary to cancel the event completely.

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