2017 Texas Winter Series Champions Crowned

Sports and Recreation

March 7, 2017


Wortham, Texas - The riders of the 2017 FMF Texas Winter Series gave it their all in January and February.  From the record number of entries at round 1 with 917 to the freezing cold of round 2 at Swan Raceway with temperatures starting out at 11 degrees.  No matter if it's the heat of summer or the cold of winter, the Texas Winter Series is known as the roughest, toughest and without question the series tested the competitors for their determination and mental focus.

Riders from around the country came to test themselves against the Texas riders and tracks.  Here are some stats on the series.

- Total Entries - 3,702
- Average per Round - 740
- Individual Riders - 1,572
- Classes per Rider - 2.35
- Different States - 28
- Different Countries - 4

Congratulations to Nate Hummel for winning the BELL GOLDEN HELMET Award along with Jonathan Getz as the RENTHAL BAR Award.  The top Vet honors went to Don Bisceglia for the ALPINESTARS VET HORIZON Award.  In your spare time, take a trip back in time to look at the past champions in the Texas Winter Series under the "Wall of Fame" page.