1999 SCHEDULE SET FOR U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIESâ„¢ AURORA, Ill. - The nation's most extreme off-road racing series returns to stadiums across the country as the 1999 U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES schedule was announced today by...
1999 SCHEDULE SET FOR U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES™
AURORA, Ill. - The nation's most extreme off-road racing series returns to stadiums across the country as the 1999 U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES schedule was announced today by PACE MOTOR SPORTS ™ - the world's leading producer of off-road racing events. The high-flying action of the U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES will rumble the foundations of ten of the nation's best stadiums.
The 1999 series schedule is as follows:
Date City Venue 1/9 St. Louis, MO Trans World Dome 1/16 Houston, TX Astrodome 1/23 Minneapolis, MN Metrodome 1/30 Anaheim, CA Edison International Field 2/6 Phoenix, AZ Bank One Ballpark 2/13 San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium 2/27 El Paso, TX UTEP Sun Bowl 3/6 Dallas, TX Texas Stadium 3/13 Pontiac, MI Silverdome 3/27 Seattle, WA Kingdome
State-of-the-Art Stadiums Crown the Schedule
The new Bank One Ballpark - also known as B.O.B. - in Phoenix, AZ is just one of the several highlights of the schedule. For the first time ever, PACE MOTOR SPORTS will transform the Diamondbacks' baseball field into an extreme off-road coarse built for the edge-of-your-seat racing excitement!
Edison International Field, home of the Anaheim Angels, will host Round 4 of the U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. The newly renovated ballpark features world premier accommodations including onsite restaurants, lounges, and special seating sections.
Total destruction is the only way to describe the Final Round at the Seattle Kingdome. The dome will tremble with the grand finale bumper-to-bumper action of the U.S. OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. This will be the final chance to tear up the dirt and create total motorsports mayhem in the Kingdome before its destruction on January 1 of the new millenium.