Mid-Atlantic Motocross Association (M.A.M.A.) and the Crine Family are very pleased to announce and extend an invitation to the 4th Annual Kevin Crine Memorial Race hosted at Budd’s Creek Motocross Park on September 24 and 25, 2016.
Saturday`s race day will include, the sure to be hotly contested, KEVIN CRINE DASH FOR CASH. The five lap sprint awards the winner $574 which represents Kevin`s first Pro-number. Awards will be paid to the top eleven finishers as follows: 2nd Place $274, 3rd Place $70, 4th Place $66, 5th Place $63, 6th Place $60, 7th Place $58, 8th Place $52, 9th Place $47, 10th Place $36 and 11th Place $32. These numbers all represent Kevin`s national numbers. There will be no entry fee for this race. First 40 riders to sign up may participate. Last year`s winner for the KEVIN CRINE DASH FOR CASH was Tony Archer.
Saturday evening post-race events, with M.A.M.A and the Crine Family will include good times and dinner donated by Trader’s Restaurant,. The evening will include video of Kevin`s racing experiences, reminiscing over some great pictures and stories of Kevin shared by his fellow racers, friends and family. A local band, MX-51, which has two former M.A.M.A. members, will perform from 7–11p.m. Please join us in honoring Kevin.
On Sunday, Ty Wallace, former teammate, pro-rider and friend will be riding Kevin`s last bike in a parade lap before racing begins.
Kevin was an extremely talented racer from Southern Maryland who started racing in M.A.M.A. at the age of 14 in 1988. In that same year, Kevin became the only M.A.M.A. racer to advance from novice to expert in one year. Five years later, Kevin made his Pro-national debut at Budd’s Creek in the 125cc class. Kevin went on to become one of Maryland`s greatest riders ever by achieving multiple Supercross and Motocross national numbers for 10 consecutive years. A feat that few ever achieve. Kevin`s work ethic and dedication to the sport of motocross turned many heads in the industry. Our local motocross family is very proud to have had Kevin as part of our community. Kevin was not only an outstanding racer; off the track he was a true blessing to be around. Kevin was always a very positive person and was always willing to help anyone. He was, and still is, a true inspiration to his fellow racers and their families.
Kevin`s death in 2006 is still fresh in the minds of his family and friends. Kevin was very well-known and remembered in the motocross community and we want to honor his life and legacy by hosting a memorial race in his memory. Hope to see everyone there!
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