Change for Extreme Ice Racing

DAWSON CREEK, B.C. ? Global-Spectrum Facility Management regrets to inform the public that there is change to the schedule for the Extreme Ice Racing event at the EnCana Events Centre on March 13th and 14th 2009. Due to unforeseen circumstances and ticket sales Global-Spectrum Facility Management is cancelling the March 14th, 2009 performance. However, the Friday night event will continue as planned.

?We are happy that we are still available to offer the Friday night (13 March 2009) performance. In this business things change at a moment?s notice, we are just happy that we are can still deliver one performance of Extreme Ice Racing. This event will be like nothing ever seen inside an arena and should not be missed because there is only one opportunity to see this event,? stated Gunnar Fox, general manager for Global-Spectrum Facility Management who operates the Encana Events Centre on behalf of the City of Dawson Creek.

Anyone who has purchased tickets to the Saturday March 14th event will be able to exchange their tickets free of charge to the Friday nights performance or they can also get a refund. Exchanges and refunds will be available through the original point or purchase. If tickets were purchased at the Dawson Co-op High Performance Ticket Outlet they can be exchanged or refunded their ticket(s) at the Tiger Box Office Plus at the EnCana Events Centre. If you require additional information please contact 1-877-782-7449.

X-treme Ice Racing on Friday, March 13, 2009. The AMA Pro Tour will be holding its 9th round of its sixth annual championship indoor ice racing series at the EnCana Events Centre. The series features lightening quick Speedway Motorcycles and ATV racing on a thick oval track of ice. Top professional riders from England, Scotland, Canada, and the United States in two professional divisions will be competing for National Championship titles. The event also features an amateur quad division, showcasing local ATV riders who join XiiR for one night of pure adrenaline.

The speedway motorcycles are very lightweight, volatile machines that resemble mountain bikes with large powerful engines burning on nitro methane fuel. What separates the bikes from other forms of racing is the NO BRAKES ALLOWED rule.

The Quad division features highly modified ATVs built and prepared specifically for oval track ice racing. Any engine or chassis configuration is allowed as long as the machine is rear-wheel driven and no wider than 52 inches at any point. Wild machines seen nowhere else and crazy bump-and-grind action are the trademarks of the XiiR/ AMA quad racing.

Don?t miss the chance to support your local ATV riders who will have a chance to mix it up with the pros and capture the reward from SuperTrapp Industries Dash 4 Cash! This $500 reward challenges any local quad racer who can compete against the XiiR Quad Roster and win the main event.

All machines are equipped with razor sharp steel studded tires and are capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds! Visualize all this inside the tight confines of an ice hockey rink and you just may be close to imagining the thrill of this X-treme winter motorsport. In two hours fans will see up to 20 exciting races to determine event champions. Racers will earn valuable championship points towards the sport?s most prestigious title; the 2009 XiiR/AMA National Ice Racing Champion.