Reclaim Your Dudeness
Do you own a duvet?
Do you know what Bunko is?
Have you ever had a mani-pedi?
If you can answer "Yes" to any of these questions, then you are definitely not a dude.
As luck would have it, the Auto Club Speedway is here to help. Over the weekend of April 25-27, the Speedway is hosting the AMA Suzuki Superbike Challenge with one goal in mind - to help you RECLAIM YOUR DUDENESS.
The weekend features a pulse-pounding Superbike doubleheader on Saturday and Sunday and racing action in three other classes including Supersport, Superstock and Formula Xtreme.
Additional action of the two-wheeled variety will consist of performances by Southern California's favorite moto-X dudes, the Metal Mulisha. Fresh off of a Silver medal-winning performance at the first-ever Moto X World Championships, Jeremy "Twitch" Stenberg will be joined by Bronze medal winner Jeremy Lusk and other dudes who will be jumping, flying and flipping through the air.
Also thrilling Speedway guests throughout the weekend is street bike freestyle dude Kane "Insane"; Friesen, world record holder for the fastest nose wheelie (137 mph)!
Besides the action on the track, the weekend will also feature live music, autograph sessions with fan-favorite riders and a midway with interactive displays and merchandise from your favorite brands, riders and teams.
The Auto Club Speedway will also be hosting a garage sale during the weekend where dudes (and ladies) can purchase one-of-a-kind items include light pole banners featuring the likenesses of NASCAR Sprint Cup legends Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart, backdrops that were utilized in Gatorade Victory Lane celebrations and over-sized signage from the track's timing and scoring center. Bargain hunters will have the opportunity to purchase truly authentic pieces celebrating Southern California's racing heritage as well as a tremendous variety of items featuring the California Speedway logo and past event-related apparel which will be available at discounted rates of up to 70% off the original retail price.