The NASMOTO Grand Prix of Green Bay Presented By KTM takes place June 18-19, 2005, and will feature competition in the following classes: SMX, SM1 450 Open; SM2 250; Amateur Supermoto; Beginner Supermoto; Quiet Class; Sport Moto; Premier Mini; and Sport Mini. The inclusion of the SM1 450 Open class format reflects NASMOTO’s policy of enabling the sport’s top riders to go wheel-to-wheel at the highest level of competition.Specific NASMOTO event details, schedules, purse payouts and more can be found at www.nasmoto.com.Recognizing NASMOTO’s and the AMA’s shared vision of growing Supermoto racing from the grassroots level, KTM North America has stepped in as a presenting sponsor of the inaugural event. Interest has poured in from other OEMs as well a host of aftermarket companies with an eye toward developing products catering to the supermoto community.”This first event will be held on the finest new race course in North America,” notes NASMOTO VP Ted Baker. “The pavement is very smooth and grippy, and there are a bunch of unique features, like the Elevator section where the track drops almost two stories in one turn. Plus we’ve arranged to have Justin Thompson design and build the coolest dirt section ever seen for Supermoto.”The NASMOTO Grand Prix of Green Bay represents the first opportunity for riders to qualify for the 2005 AMA Supermoto Grand Championship, to be produced later this year by NASMOTO.NASMOTO was recently formed in partnership with AMA Sports with the specific mission of growing Supermoto in North America for both pro and amateur riders.”We want to ensure that North America produces some of the best Supermoto riders in the world for years to come,” commented AMA Sports Senior Director Douglas Neubauer. “The formation of NASMOTO is our commitment to that goal and we’re very excited about this kickoff event in Shawano.”Extensive information about NASMOTO and the sport of Supermoto can be found at www.nasmoto.com or by contacting Resource Marketing in Encinitas, CA at 760/436-9937.