MotoAmerica’s entry-level race class, Liqui Moly Junior Cup presents the series’ youngest riders competing aboard small-displacement, production-based motorcycles.

Engine Configurations:
4-stroke, 1- or 2-cylinder

Rider Age Limit:
14-25

LIQUI MOLY JUNIOR CUP SEASON ENTRIES

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  • Burns, Oregon

#1 Rocco Landers - Landers Racing

Rocco Landers won't be defending his 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship in 2020, but that doesn't mean we won't see the young phenom. Landers will be busy with a racing schedule that includes the Red Bull Rookies Cup, but he will be making the occasional stopover in the MotoAmerica Series. When that happens, the others better watch out. After all, Landers won 14 of 17 races en route to last year's title.

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  • Columbia, Missouri

#11 Cameron Jones - Jones Honda

Three riders won races in the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Series and Cameron Jones was one of them, the lone Honda rider in the field riding his Jones Honda-backed CBR500R to victory in the rain at VIRginia International Raceway. That was the highlight of the Missourian's season as he ended the year ranked 18th in the championship. Jones will return to the Junior Cup again in 2020.

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  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

#12 Jack Roach - Veloce Racing

Canadian Jack Roach will race a Veloce Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400 in his debut season of racing in the MotoAmerica Liqui Moly Junior Cup. Roach began his racing career in 2017 at the age of 14, racing in mini bike classes in both Canada and the U.S. Within just one racing season, Roach moved up to the Lightweight Expert classes and started to compete at National level. 2019 Jack made his debut season of racing in the British Superbikes Junior SuperSport Championship Series. Roach finished 10th with his best result of fourth at Silverstone.

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  • Port Elizabeth, South Africa

#25 Dominic Doyle - BARTCON Racing

Dominic Doyle had a great season of Liqui Moly Junior Cup racing in 2019, finishing the championship in fifth place - just one point out of fourth. Doyle had four podium finishes and three of those were second-place finishes. The South African will return in 2020 for another crack at the title on his BARTCON Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • North Port, Florida

#26 Alexis Olivera - TrackWorx Motorsports Roaring Toyz

Fourteen-year-old Alexis Olivera, aka Super Lex, will make her MotoAmerica debut in 2020 on a TrackWorx Motorsports Roaring Toyz-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Mexico City, Mexico

#32 Daniel Cano Flores - Help Work-Surtimoto Mexico

Daniel Cano Flores rode his Help Work-Surtimoto Mexico-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400 to 26th in last year's Liqui Moly Junior Cup Series with a best finish of fifth in the final race of the season at Barber Motorsports Park. Flores, who hails from Mexico City, will be back in Junior Cup again in 2020.

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  • Los Angeles, California

#39 Errol Sullivan - Calishine Racing

Errol Sullivan will make his MotoAmerica debut in 2020 on a Calishine Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania

#49 Jamie Astudillo - JA49 Racing

After a really solid 2018 season in the Liqui Moly Junior Cup class, Jamie Astudillo stumbled a bit in 2019 and finished 24th in the championship. A podium finisher in 2018, Astudillo is hoping to regain that form in 2020 as she attacks the series again, this time on a JA49 Racing-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Modesto, California

#52 John Knowles - Moonshot Motorsports

John Knowles finished 28th in the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Series and will return to the class for the 2020 championship on his Moonshot Motorsports-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Fresno, California

#55 Aden Thao - Calishine Racing

Aden Thao competed in a limited amount of MotoAmerica races in 2019, but will race full time in the Liqui Moly Junior Cup in 2020 riding a Calishine Racing-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Cape Town, South Africa

#57 Samuel Lochoff - Celtic HSBK Racing

Samuel Lochoff finished 14th in the 2019 MotoAmerica Liqui Moly Championship despite missing most of the year with a leg injury. The South African's best finish was third in the very first race of the season at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. Lochoff will be back in 2020 on a Celtic Racing HSBK-backed Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Northfield, New Hampshire

#72 Benjamin Gloddy - Quarterley Racing/On Track Development

Benjamin Gloddy didn't compete in the full season of MotoAmerica in 2019, but he ended the season in the top 10 of the Liqui Moly Junior Cup point standings based on a strong finish to his season. In the season finale at Barber Motorsports Park, Gloddy climbed the podium for the first time, finishing fourth and third in the season-enders. For 2020, Gloddy is on-board for the full season as a member of the Quarterley Racing/On Track Development team.

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  • Lead Hill, Arkansas

#91 Isaiah Burleson - Burleson Racing

Isaiah Burleson missed out on a top-10 finish in the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship by just a single point. Burleson's season was solid, the Burleson Racing-backed rider posting a best finish of fourth in race on at the Utah Motorsports Campus. The Lead Hill, Arkansas resident will be back in the Junior Cup class again in 2020 on his Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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  • Stockton, California

#94 Liam Grant - Grant Motors Racing

Liam Grant ended the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Series ranked 27th with a best finish of seventh in the series finale in Alabama. Grant will be back in the series in 2020 on his Grant Motors Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400.

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