Aurora, Minn. - Scheuring Speed Sports has created
the "Race to the Future" scholarship to recognize local high school and post
secondary students at each of the eight Amsoil Championship Snocross Series tour
stops this season.
Prior to each national event Scheuring Speed Sports, in conjunction
with the U.S. Air Force, interacts with local students at area high schools and
post secondary campuses. The entire team of racers, mechanics, show sleds and
transporter are on hand for these stops which offer an up close view into
professional snocross racing.
"At the school visits we showcase the technology that is
used in our sport and the systems used on our Amsoil/Ski-Doo Race sleds," Steve
Scheuring, team owner, said. "We talk about our team, the ISOC race series and
making good choices in life. We allow the students a hands-on opportunity to
come into our race transporter and meet our snocross racers.
The U.S. Air Force also has recruiters at these events available
to discuss the great opportunities the U.S. Air Force has to offer. These
visits provide great awareness about the ACSS race that is in the area, an
opportunity to learn about a snocross team and the many careers the U.S. Air Force
has to offer."
Scheuring Speed Sports is giving away a $200 "Race to the Future"
scholarship to a student at each school visit. This recipient will be a student
who excels in the areas of science, technology and math.
For more information, visit http://www.scheuring-speedsports.com.