On October 15th, when the AMA Pro Flat Track Finals get underway at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif., it will mark the return of the famed Pomona Half Mile.

With just one race remaining before Pomona the championship will all boil down to the AMA Flat Track Finals and lies between three riders. A total of 29 points will be on the line and everything will boil down to this final race.

Currently leading the point chase by 18 points is No. 9, Jared Mees.  Competing on the Grand National trail since 2003, Mees hails from Honeybook, Pa.  Ending the season in 3rd last year, Mees is determined to put the Number 1 plate on his Harley-Davidson.  So far this year, he has taken 5 wins and is hoping to make the Calistoga Half Mile and the Flat Track Finals 6 and 7.

Holding down second place is reigning GNC champion Jake Johnson of Franklinville, N.J.

Competing since 2002, Johnson captured the Grand National Singles crown in 2006 and 2008.  An extremely consistent rider, Johnson, who has two wins to his credit this season, knows what it take to win and is looking to take the coveted crown for the second year in a row.

Last, but definitely not least, is No. 7 Sammy Halbert of Graham, Wash.  The 2009 GNC Champion, Halbert is in the fourth year of heading his own team.  Sitting 20 points out of the lead, he knows what he has to do to put his Harley-Davidson in the Number One spot.  With four wins to his credit so far this season, he will be giving it his all to get ahead of Mees and Johnson.

But these are only the top three.  Right behind them is a full field of top riders who all want the honor of taking the victory at Pomona.

The AMA Pro Flat Track Finals will be Chris Carr’s last point’s race and he wants nothing more to go out in a blaze of glory.  He has won at Pomona before and knows that he has to do to do it again. He took second at both the Sacramento Mile and the Springfield Mile.  Now he wants a first at Pomona.

The action is going to be some of the best every seen in Southern California and this a definitely a race not to be missed.

Practice begins at 3 pm and opening ceremonies start at 6:30 pm.  A special autograph session will take place from 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm.

Tickets are available by calling 888-718-4253 or on our website at     Buy now and save.