A feeder class for Superbike, Stock 1000 gives MotoAmerica riders the opportunity to gain experience aboard 1,000cc motorcycles with an eye toward eventually moving up to Superbike.

Engine Configurations:
Over 750cc up to 1000cc, 4-stroke, 3- and 4-cylinder
Over 850cc up to 1200cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder

Minimum Weight:
374 pounds
Rider Age Limit:
18-55

STOCK 1000 SEASON ENTRIES

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  • Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

#16 Alex Dumas - M4 ECSTAR Suzuki

Alex Dumas won his second straight MotoAmerica title in 2019, the Canadian youngster earning the MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship a season after winning the Liqui Moly Junior Cup crown. Dumas’ season of Twins Cup was impressive, the M4 ECSTAR Suzuki rider taking his time and building momentum until finding his groove and winning five of the last seven races. Dumas finished on the podium nine times in 11 races. For 2020, Dumas will move to the Stock 1000 class on an M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R1000.

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  • Milledgeville, Georgia

#22 Ashton Yates - Yates Racing

When he competes in the 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike class, Ashton Yates will be the first rider in series history to have ridden in all five MotoAmerica classes. Yates started his MotoAmerica career in the now-defunct KTM RC Cup, advanced to the MotoAmerica Junior Cup, then raced in Stock 600 and Supersport and last year competed in the Stock 1000 class – where he ended the season ranked seventh despite not competing in all the rounds. Yates’ best result was a second at the PittRace round. The Georgian will be Honda mounted in the 2020 Superbike and Stock 1000 Championships.

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  • Las Vegas, Nevada

#24 Travis Wyman - Travis Wyman Racing

Travis Wyman will join his brother Kyle in racing in the 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike class with Travis also set to contest the Stock 1000 class. Travis Wyman finished sixth in the 2019 Stock 1000 Championship with his lone podium coming at VIRginia International Raceway. Wyman will again be aboard his BMW S 1000 RR in both classes in 2020.

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  • Tustin, California

#55 Michael Gilbert - Michael Gilbert Racing

Michael Gilbert ended the 2019 MotoAmerica Stock 1000 Championship as the third-ranked rider in the series. Gilbert won the VIRginia International Raceway round of the series and was on the podium a total of five times in 2019. For 2020, Gilbert will be back on his Kawasaki ZX-10R in the MotoAmerica Stock 1000 class.

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  • Buena Park, California

#98 Jeremy Simmons - Impact Racing

Jeremy Simmons raced in the Supersport class in the 2020 MotoAmerica Series, but will switch to Stock 1000 for the 2020 season. The Californian will race an Impact Racing Yamaha YZF-R1 in 2020.

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  • Ossining, New York

#23 Corey Alexander - Ride HVMC Racing

Corey Alexander is another set to make his MotoAmerica Superbike debut in 2020, the New Yorker one of many to double dip in the premier class as well as Stock 1000. Alexander didn’t compete in all the Stock 1000 races in 2019, but he made the most of it when he did. At the end of the season he was ranked eight with three podium finishes, including a second-place finish at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

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  • Montevideo, Uruguay

#141 Maximiliano Gerardo - Tango Racing

Uruguay’s Maxmiliano Gerardo will make his MotoAmerica debut in 2020 and he will do so in the Stock 1000 class.

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  • Ft. Wayne, Indiana

#999 Josh Gerardot - Josh Gerardot Racing

Josh Gerardot will make his full-time debut in the MotoAmerica Series in 2020, the Indianan set to race a Kawasaki ZX10-R in the Stock 1000 class.

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  • Norwalk, Iowa

#31 Jeffrey Purk - Legacy Dental

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  • Johannesburg, South Africa

#45 Cameron Petersen - Altus Motorsports

Cameron Petersen comes from a family of South African motorcycle racers and he will be one of several riders in the 2020 series who will race in both Stock 1000 and MotoAmerica Superbike. Petersen finished ninth in the 2019 MotoAmerica Superbike Series with a best result of sixth, which he accomplished four times on the season. Petersen changes teams for 2020, joining the Altus Motorsports squad

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  • Austin, TX

#72 Steven Shakespeare - MonkeyMoto AGVSPORT

Originally from England, Steven Shakespeare will make his MotoAmerica Superbike debut in 2020 on his MonkeyMoto AGVSPORT Yamaha YZF-R1. Since he now calls Austin, Texas home, he's hoping to taste success and join the likes of Kevin Schwantz, Ben Spies, Doug Polen and more recently Garrett Gerloff as fast Texans.

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  • Osasco, Brazil

#27 Danilo Lewis - TecFil Racing

Danilo Lewis will make his MotoAmerica Superbike debut in 2020 aboard a TecFil Racing BMW. Lewis raced with success in the SuperBike Brasil Series in 2019. Lewis will also race the BMW in the Stock 1000 class in 2020.

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  • Shawnee, OK

#99 PJ Jacobsen - Celtic HSBK Racing

One of the most experienced men in the MotoAmerica Superbike class is PJ Jacobsen, the Oklahoman rider having contested World Supersport and World Superbike in his career. Last year, Jacobsen finished second in the MotoAmerica Supersport Championship with four wins and 11 podiums. In 2020, Jacobsen will race at Ducati Panigale V4 R in both Stock 1000 and Superbike classes.

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