The Florida Motorcycle Road Racing Association Speeds into Palm Beach International Raceway
4 May, 2018
The Florida Motorcycle Road Racing Association (FMRRA) is becoming one of the state’s most competitive circuits in motorsports. FMRRA Series is an 8-race regional championship, with five events held at the Palm Beach International Raceway. These events are sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), with points used as qualifiers for the national MotoAmerica series. On each race weekend, practice and qualifying take place on Saturday with racing taking place on Sunday.
FMRRA’s season begins in November and concludes at the end of June. FMRRA’s final stop at the Palm Beach International Raceway will take place on May 5-6. Racers from all over Florida, and the southeast region of the nation to compete as the season comes to an end. Over 100 racers participate during each weekend of FMRRA racing. Racers compete in various divisions, which are determined by skill level, motorcycle style, and engine size.
Although FMRRA events primarily occur at Palm Beach International Raceway, the circuit will also visit other Florida motor speedways, which include Jennings GP, Homestead Miami Speedway, and Roebling Road Raceway.
Palm Beach International Raceway boasts a 10-turn, 2.2-mile road course with some of the fastest and most challenging corners and straightaways offered by any track in North America. This road course is currently approved as a Indy Car testing facility. It also showcases a seamless table-top smooth finish, full lighting, S.A.V.E. soft barriers, run-off areas and is home to the Palm Beach Driving Club. It’s all or nothing, only at PBIR’s road course.