Press Of Atlantic City: Best Motorcycle Racers In U.S. Return To Millville

“MotoAmerica is our largest spectator event to date, and this will bring two times the Superbike excitement for our fan base this season.”

Cameron Beaubier, Josh Hayes, Yamaha, Graves, MotoAmerica

Last season, Josh Hayes and Cameron Beaubier (shown here racing earlier this month at Road Atlanta) combined to win all 18 MotoAmerica races, with Hayes sweeping at NJMP but Beaubier taking the championship.

Photo by Brian J. Nelson

New Jersey Motorsports Park appears to have doubled down at the right time. The Millville racetrack’s longstanding efforts to add a second MotoAmerica event came to fruition this year, just as the national’s premier motorcycle racing series appears to have its most star-studded lineup in years.

MotoAmerica still will hold its season finale here in September, but the series also will be in town this weekend for Round 3 of its season, starting with practices Friday and culminating with two Superbike races Sunday, at 12:30 and 4 p.m.

“We are thrilled to be hosting two MotoAmerica races for the 2016 season,” said Brad Scott, Chief Operating Officer of New Jersey Motorsports Park, by email last week. “MotoAmerica is our largest spectator event to date, and this will bring two times the Superbike excitement for our fan base this season. Our event staff has planned more off-track activities for both events to keep the fun and energy in high gear throughout the race weekends.”

Read the rest of Jason Mazda’s preview of the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship of New Jersey here.

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