About M1 PowerSports - formerly M1 Entertainment

At M1 PowerSports, our goals is to provide fans with more than just a motorcycle race. Our events include extra attractions and entertainment for the whole family, creating a truly unique experience for the devoted fan and the beginning spectator. To that end, we are always ready to listen to the people to help make our events even better. Our number one goal is get the fans to the track!

In 2012 M1 PowerSports will be promoting three rounds of the AMA Pro Road Racing series. Big Kahuna Atlanta April 20-22 2012, Big Kahuna Miami September 21-23 2012, and Big Kahuna New Orleans October 5-7 2012. Expect BIG things from M1 PowerSports and the Big Kahuna Nationals in 2012 and beyond!

M1 PowerSports is best known as the creator and promoter of the Honda Superbike Classic at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca from 1995-2004. For 10 years, the Honda Superbike Classic was one of the most successful motorcycle events in the U.S., drawing close to 100,000 fans over the three-day schedule. It was the only event in the world to combine the World Superbike Series and AMA Superbike Series on the same weekend.

Other notable M1 PowerSports events have included The Big Kahuna Nationals at Road Atlanta (1998-2000), The Reno Supermoto Classic in 2004 and the Red Bull Supermoto A-Go-Go in 2005, Suzuki CycleFest (2003-2006) in Copper Mountain, Colorado and Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado, Suzuki Big Kahuna Nationals at VIRginia International Raceway (2005-2009), Tornado Nationals at Heartland Park in Topeka, Kansas (2009). M1 is currently event consultants  and outside sales and marketing at Miller MotorSports Park and Road America for their AMA and World Superbike events.

A Denver-based company, M1 PowerSports has been working in motorsports for 15 years. Originally spawned from Daniels Corporation under the name FAST, the fledgling company was heavily involved in television production for car and motorcycle racing. With the birth of Speedvision in 1995, FAST took on advertising sales, event promotion, in addition to television production duties.

Now under the umbrella of Fox Television Networks, Speed (formerly Speedvision) is thriving. FAST morphed into M1 Entertainment (Race Promotion Management) and now is operating as M1 PowerSports. We still sell advertising for Speed and promote our own events, keeping us busy year-round.

To add your two cents, contact M1 by emailing us at info@m1powersports.com or give us a call at 303.377.3278.

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