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AURORA, Ill. – The 2015 season of AMSOIL Arenacross, featuring Ricky Carmichael’s Road to Supercross, is fast approaching and while marquee names like Zach Ames, Jacob Hayes, and Michael McDade are all preparing for the highly anticipated opening round, the talented contingent of Road to Supercross riders are also setting their sights on the upcoming season.

Venezuela native Lorenzo Locurcio is a sign of the sport’s bright future on a global scale. Competing for Yamaha’s Blu Cru factory race team, the 17-year-old rider recently became an AMA Amateur National Champion this past summer and went on to compete in the Amateur All-Stars at Las Vegas’ Monster Energy Cup in October.

” AMSOIL Arenacross should be pretty fun. It’s just like supercross, but it’s a little bit tighter and in an arena,” said Locurcio. “There’s a lot of fast guys so it should be really fun. Racing with is going to be pretty tough because they’re fast, so I don’t know where I’ll stack up.” Currently residing in Georgia and training at the legendary Millsaps Training Facility, Locurcio was competitive in his first ever supercross-style race at the Monster Energy Cup and will use that experience to his advantage when the AMSOIL Arenacross season gets underway.

The 2015 AMSOIL Arenacross season kicks off on Saturday, January 10 from Cincinnati’s U.S. Bank Arena and will travel the country over the course of 15 rounds before coming to a dramatic conclusion at the season finale in Las Vegas on May 1. The television package on FOX Sports 1 will be announced soon. Live to time and scoring from each round of the AMSOIL Arenacross season returns for the 2015 season!