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All the information about MotoAmerica.

All MotoAmerica news

MotoAmerica is the national Superbike championship of the United States. Successor of the historic AMA Superbike, governed by the American Motorcyclist Association, it was created in 2015, promoted by the organization of the company KRAVE, chaired by the 500cc world champion Wayne Rainey, and the assistance of Dorna, the Spanish promoter of the MotoGP and Superbikes world championships.

The championship presents up to 5 different categories for its 2018 season, after a restructuring with respect to past campaigns. Namely, they will be the following: Superbikes, considered the premier category, and Supersport, which are maintained, and the new Stock 1000, Twins and Junior Cup. Thus, a whole ladder is constituted that aims to take to the top of American motorcycling.

It is in the Superbike category where the best known names are found, especially Toni Elías. And it is that the Spanish, who has extensive experience in the World Speed ​​Championship in all its aspects, since he won in MotoGP and was proclaimed Moto 2 champion; won the title in 2017 aboard a Suzuki GSX-R 1000 from the Yoshimura team, defeating top-level riders such as his boxing partner Roger Lee Hayden, brother of the late Nicky, and Cameron Beaubier, who he will try to revalidate with his Yamaha his crowns achieved in 2015 and 2016.

In this way, the three-way fight for the title, which could be joined by other drivers such as Josh Herrin or Garrett Gerloff, will take place throughout the United States, in a total of 10 rounds of two races each . The first of these will take place at the Road Atlanta circuit in Georgia, from April 13 to 15, a week before the championship accompanies MotoGP at the Circuit of the Americas, and the last will be at the Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama. from September 21 to 23.

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