Opened in 2006 and covering an area more than three times the size of Disneyland in Florida, the Miller Motorsport Park is a petrol heads dream.
Over the course of the Labor Day Weekend the circuit played host to the annual Bonneville Vintage Grand Prix hosted by the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association. With over 20 classes featuring bikes from the turn of the 20th century up to modern-day singles, twins, and triples, there was plenty of action on track for race fans.
With a plethora of vintage motorcycles and cafe racers on display, as well as a swap meet and trade stands Miller Motorsport Park in Utah was the place to be last weekend if you were in the USA. In addition, one of the highlights of the weekend was the demonstration race for Honda CB160s with a Le Mans style start. It was a great opportunity for fans and families to enjoy racing as it used to be!
Running in the Sportsman 350 and Sportsman 500 classes was well known Motorcyclist Magazine journalist and American motorcycle racer Ari Henning, on his Continental sponsored Honda CB350 pictured above (Photo by Steve Midgley Photography). Fitted with the ContiRoadAttack 2 CR classic race tyre, as used by the likes of Phase One Endurance and Darvill Racing in the UK, Ari took to the 2.2 mile East Course at Miller four times over the course of two days, dominating the rest of the field and taking all four wins.
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