Miller Motorsports Park Pulling Out All the Stops for World Superbike Weekend

Single-Day Tickets on Sale Now

SALT LAKE CITY (February 11, 2010) - This year's visit to Utah by the HANNspree FIM Superbike World Championship will be the biggest and best yet, officials from Miller Motorsports Park announced in a press conference today.

The event, which will take place over Memorial Day Weekend, will include a major classic-rock concert, a downtown street party at The Gateway outdoor mall, a stirring tribute to America's military and a number of additional new features.

Like last year, the Memorial Day Weekend activities will begin on Friday, May 28th on the steps of the State Capitol and will feature team riders, sponsors, and track and elected officials. It is anticipated that Governor Gary Herbert will be in attendance and officially commence the festival weekend. The racers, on their race bikes, will then lead a parade of motorcycles, in which the motorcycle-riding public is invited to participate, to The Gateway, which will be closed to all but motorcycle traffic. The Gateway will be the site of a street party that will include live music, autograph sessions and stunt bike demonstrations to celebrate the weekend. Each brand of motorcycle will have its own reserved parking area. Racing action will begin on Saturday, May 29, capped by a classic-rock concert at the track featuring Foreigner, Styx and Kansas (and a possible surprise addition to be named later), with fireworks at its conclusion. Racing will continue on Sunday and Monday, with the feature races for the Superbike World Championship and Supersport World Championship on Monday. The support races will be the second annual Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge, with events for both the GTU and GTO classes.

Our nation's military will be honored with a 2,010-flag Tribute Field in the track's infield throughout the weekend. Other highlights will include demonstrations by the Lucas Oil Stunt Plane, stunt bike exhibitions, manufacturer displays and parking corrals, military flyovers and an expanded Vendor Village.

Single-day tickets are now on sale for the event. All tickets will include paddock access, and single-day Saturday tickets will include admission to the concert. Three-day discount ticket packages are available for Grandstand and General Admission guests. There will be expanded camping and RV opportunities this year at the Deseret Peak Recreational Complex next door to the track, and the complex's outstanding aquatic center will be open for guests' enjoyment.

"We are very excited about this year's event," said John Larson, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Miller Motorsports Park. "We have added a significant amount of entertainment to complement the outstanding racing provided by the HANNspree FIM Superbike World Championship. This will be the biggest international sporting event in Utah since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and the beginning of a Memorial Day weekend tradition for families throughout Utah and the United States to enjoy."

"The 2010 event at Miller Motorsports Park promises to be the most exciting U.S. round ever in the history of World Superbike," said Paolo Ciabatti, Director of the HANNspree FIM Superbike World Championship. "Our championship will be returning to Utah this year with 26 permanent riders in the top class and 20 riders in World Supersport and with two young American stars: Roger Lee Hayden, riding a Kawasaki in World Superbike, and Jason DiSalvo riding for the factory Triumph team in World Supersport. We are extremely pleased to see all the thrilling activities that have been put together and are sure that fans from all over the country will come to Miller Motorsports Park in huge numbers to enjoy a fantastic Memorial Day weekend!"

To purchase tickets or for more information about the event, visit the dedicated event website at www.SBKUSA.com or call (435) 277-RACE (7223).

For information regarding Miller Motorsports Park, call 435-277-RACE (7223) or visit the track's website at www.MillerMotorsportsPark.com

Event Descriptions

Friday, May 28:

State Capitol Visit:
World Superbike riders representing each of the different manufacturers and their racing motorcycles, plus dignitaries from the State of Utah, championship organizers Infront Motor Sports, Miller Motorsports Park and the Larry H. Miller Sports and Entertainment Group will kick off the weekend on the steps of the State Capitol. It is anticipated that Governor Gary Herbert will be on hand to greet them.

Motorcycle Ride to Gateway:
Following the State Capitol visit, the motorcycle racers will be joined by the motorcycle-riding public to ride their motorcycles, with police escort, from the State Capitol to the Gateway Mall.

Gateway Street Party:
Upon arrival from the State Capitol, Rio Grande Street through the Gateway Mall will be closed to all but motorcycle traffic. Separate parking areas will be established for each brand of motorcycle. There will be live music, stunt rider demonstrations and autograph sessions for the fans. The Helmet Art Party will be an invitation-only event, at which custom-painted helmets will be auctioned to benefit Larry H. Miller Charities.

Saturday, May 29:

Racing:
The on-track action gets underway at Miller Motorsports Park, with practice sessions for the World Superbike, World Supersport and the GTO and GTU classes of the Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge.

Entertainment:
Fans will be able to participate in motorcycle parade laps, purchase a two-up ride on a racing motorcycle (limited availability) or Off-Road Course Jeep Rides, take a pit walk (unprecedented access to the pit lane with open team garages), and see stunt bike demonstrations.

Concert:
A Classic Rock concert will take place at the track on Saturday night, featuring Foreigner, Styx and Kansas. A fireworks display will take place at the conclusion of the concert.

Sunday, May 30:

Racing:
On-track action continues with Qualifying for World Superbike, World Supersport and the GTO and GTU classes of the Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge. World Superbike Qualifying is conducted in a format called Superpole, in which three "knockout" sessions are held: the first 14-minute session is for the 20 fastest riders; the second 12-minute session is for the fastest 16 riders; and the final 10-minute session is for the fastest 8 riders. The grid is set based on the Superpole results. The GTU class of the Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge will race Sunday afternoon.

Entertainment:
Opening Ceremonies prior to the Superpole sessions will include dignitaries and a Flyover by Blackhawk helicopters from the Utah Air National Guard. Fans will be able to participate in motorcycle parade laps, purchase a two-up ride on a racing motorcycle (limited availability) or Off-Road Course Jeep Rides, take a pit walk (unprecedented access to the pit lane with open team garages), and see stunt bike demonstrations. Post-qualifying and post-race rider interviews will be open to the public at the Paddock Show Stage on Sunday and Monday.

Monday, May 31:

Racing:
The final day of on-track action includes two feature races for the World Superbikes, one feature race for World Supersport and the GTO class race for the Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge.

Entertainment:
Opening Ceremonies prior to the first World Superbike race will include dignitaries and a Flyover by F-16 jet fighters (in missing-man formation) from Hill Air Force Base. Fans will be able to participate in motorcycle parade laps, purchase a two-up ride on a racing motorcycle (limited availability) or Off-Road Course Jeep Rides, take a pit walk (unprecedented access to the pit lane with open team garages), and see stunt bike demonstrations. Post-qualifying and post-race rider interviews will be open to the public at the Paddock Show Stage on Sunday and Monday.

Other Attractions:

**Tribute Field: **In honor of Memorial Day, a field of 2,010 American flags will be displayed in the infield at Miller Motorsports Park in honor of Larry H. Miller and to celebrate the service of our present and veteran military personnel as well as those policemen, firefighters and first responders who keep us safe..

**Ride For Kids: **Ride For Kids is a charity event in which motorcycle riders will do a parade lap of Miller Motorsports Park on Saturday, May 29, to support the efforts of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation to find the cause of and cure for childhood brain tumors.

Contests: Miller Motorsports Park, Yamaha Motor Corporation and MMP's Yamaha Champions Riding School have joined forces to give away a Yamaha R6 sportbike during the weekend. BMW will also be giving away an S 1000 RR sportbike during the weekend. Another contest will see the winner getting a two-up ride on a racing motorcycle courtesy of Roadracing World Magazine and Team Hammer. Also, there will be a contest to give away a ride in the Lucas Oil Stunt Plane.

Camping: Miller Motorsports Park, in conjunction with the Deseret Peak Recreation Complex, is offering a very expanded camping option in 2010. The complex's outstanding aquatic center will be open for campers to enjoy.

Vendor Village: A large variety of vendors will be set up on the Midway offering all sorts of racing- and non-racing-related merchandise.

**Manufacturer Displays/Corrals: **All the major motorcycle manufacturers will have big displays showcasing their various models, with dedicated parking for each brand of motorcycle near their displays. Some will offer test rides and technical help.

SBK 2010 Tickets (Saturday May 29 - Monday May 31)
All prices include tax included but are before applicable Facility and Parking Fees.

**3 Day Grandstand Seating with paddock and Saturday concert General Admission **
General admission access plus a reserved seat in a covered grandstand,
Adult $145

3 Day General Admission with paddock and Saturday concert General Admission
No Grandstand access; General Admission allows you to sit or stand at the fence line that surrounds the track. You are welcome to bring your own folding chair, an easy up tent, cushions or blankets.
Adult $125 GA Child (6-12) $50 GA Child (0-5) Free

Single Day Tickets ( all include paddock access; Sat. ticket includes evening concert)
Grandstand: All Saturday $54 Sunday $60 Monday $70
General Admission Adult Saturday $49 Sunday $43 Monday $53 Age 6-12 $19 per day

VIP Ticket Options

Paddock Patio Weekend $325
The Race Fan Zone in the Paddock! Includes 3 day Grandstand Seat, access to the hospitality area located under the paddock grandstand, a meal each day, free soda, water and snacks all day, 2 beer vouchers per day, paddock pass and a program.

Club House Weekend $600
Includes access to the exclusive, air conditioned Club House, a grandstand seat, paddock pass, 1 meal voucher per day and the chance to be part of the social heart of the track!

GP Suite Single Pass $700
The GP Suites are located directly above the pits, right by the start/finish line.
The package includes a meal each day, soda, water and snack, paddock pass, a program and the most exciting view of the track!

RV Spots (Includes 2 GA weekend passes)
Momentum Mountain $525 Duckhead Trackside $425 Interior Duckhead $325

Deseret Peak Complex Camping $50 per 10' X 10'tent for the weekend

Miller Motorsports Park Season Tickets $245
Grandstand seating for all events, including a reserved grandstand seat for SBK.

For information on 2010 SBK packages and group event options, visit www.sbkusa.com or call: 435-277-7223

Miller Motorsports Park pulling out all the stops for World Superbike Weekend