AMA Pro Racing announced today that they have rolled out a new online licensing and event entrant payment system that will better help members to renew their membership information and credentials as well as making secure online payments for those credentials. The new system will also give riders, crew members and entrants a way to follow the process of their applications in order to better keep up with the overall process thus being able to better track the lead times for delivery of those applications.
More on this new system can be found below in the press release from AMA Pro Racing, along with the necessary links in order to get your account set up or log-in to your existing account to get the process going for your 2014 licenses and credentials.
In the shot above, riders get rider to roll out for the first round of practice at the Springfield Mile II during round 11 of the 2013 AMA Pro Flat Track presented by J&P Cycles Grand National Championship season on September 1.
(From back to front:) Bryan Smith on the #42 Crosley Radio/Howerton Motorsports Kawasaki and the Howerton team discuss race strategy, while doubleheader Springfield Mile winner Brandon Robinson concentrates on what will be his record day and weekend on the #44 TJ Burnett Farms/USC Racing Kawasaki. Henry Wiles on the #17 Lloyd Brothers Motorsports/Ramspur Winery Harley-Davidson XR750 gets a grip on the XR after having raced one of the LBM team's Ducati 1098/1000's the day before, while former 3-Time AMA Grand National Twins Series Champion Kenny Coolbeth, Jr. takes in the moment on the #2 Harley-Davidson Motor Co/Screamin' Eagle factory XR in it's 110th Anniversary livery.
In the background JD Beach looks ready to get it going on the #95 TJ Burnett Farms/Red Bull Kawasaki, with LBM co-owner Dave Lloyd seen talking with Jake Johnson on the #5 LBM/Ramspur Winery Ducati 1098/1100. 2014 AMA Pro Flat Track Saddlemen Rookie of the Year Jake Shoemaker works his way into the line up on his #55A Montgomeryville Cycle Center/Motion Pro Kawasaki, and just out of the picture is Rob Pearson on the #27 Weirbach Racing/Werner-Springsteen Kawasaki. AMA Pro Flat Track officials and all-around good guys Kevin Snyder (front row, between Robinson and Wiles) and Steve Nace (back row, holding clipboard) are shown helping get the riders lined up for practice.
A big thanks to AMA Pro Racing for stepping up and getting the licensing and application system more streamlined in order to better help the riders!
- Go to the AMA Pro Racing Member Network at http://members.amaproracing.com
- Please register to create a new user account and then click Continue
- Follow the prompts to link your current AMA Pro Member ID to your new user account
- Once you have linked your account, you will receive a confirmation email at the address we have on file for you. Locate the confirmation email and click Activate Account
- After you are redirected to the My Account page, please click the Licenses tab to continue.
AMA Pro Racing is the premier professional motorcycle racing organization in North America, operating a full schedule of events and championships for a variety of motorcycle disciplines. Learn more about AMA Pro Racing at www.amaproracing.com.
For additional information contact:
AMA Pro Racing Communications, (386) 492-1014, firstname.lastname@example.org