Two-Wheel Tuesday Spotlight: #97 Ninja400R.com/Norton Motorsports/Dr. Farr Kawasaki Ninja 400 Junior Cup

Among the throng of Kawasaki Ninja 400 machines that competed in the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship, the bike that Rocco Landers raced stood out…mostly because of Rocco Landers, who dominated the season with 14 victories out of a total of 17 races on the season. But, credit does also need to go to the green machine that Landers’…

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The Friday 5: Five Questions With Liqui Moly Junior Cup And Twins Cup Rider Jackson Blackmon

Nicknamed “Action Jackson” by the late, great Brian Drebber, Jackson Blackmon has been a fixture in MotoAmerica’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup class, and this past season, he began to make the transition to bigger bikes when he raced one of Russell Masecar’s Suzuki SV650s in the final two rounds of the Twins Cup Championship while still racing a Monkey Moto/AGV…

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Two-Wheel Tuesday Spotlight: #25 FLY Racing ADR Motorsports Kawasaki ZX-10R Superbike

David Anthony has been racing in the U.S. since 2007, which makes it seem a little odd to still refer to the Australian expatriate as “Aussie Dave.” A former Suzuki Superbike rider, Anthony has been campaigning a Kawasaki ZX-10R in the MotoAmerica EBC Brakes Superbike series for the past several years. Ironically, Anthony utilizes a couple of stock Suzuki components…

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The Friday 5: Five Questions With Junior Cup Rider Trevor Standish

Trevor Standish is a long-time member of the MotoAmerica race paddock. Along with his father Dean, the Standish’s Pure Attitude Racing team epitomizes “professionalism” in the way they look and perform, and at VIRginia International Raceway this season, the team had a breakthrough when Trevor finished on the podium in the Liqui Moly Junior Cup class. A former child actor,…

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More On The Quarterley Racing/Dallas Daniels Situation

The following is from Quarterley Racing/On Track Development… Below is the official statement from Quarterley Racing On Track Development concerning the departure by Dallas Daniels from the team prior to the MotoAmericaround at Sonoma Raceway. A copy of this statement was provided to Dallas and his father Nick Daniels as a courtesy but also to provide them with an opportunity to correct, clarify or otherwise respond…

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Tech Talk: Gearing For Success

In motorcycle road racing, the sport can be broken down into three variations of the same word: gear, gears, and gearing. “Gear,” as in the helmet, leathers, gloves, and boots that a road racer wears; “gears,” as in the cogs contained inside a motorcycle transmission that road racers constantly shift back and forth during a race; and then, there’s “gearing,”…

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Movin’ On Up: MotoAmerica’s Mission

The primary mission of the MotoAmerica Liqui Moly Junior Cup class, and the MotoAmerica KTM RC Cup class that preceded it, has always been to introduce young motorcycle riders to the sport of motorcycle road racing. One of the secondary missions is to cultivate America’s next motorcycle road racing World Champion. And, like rungs on a ladder, each MotoAmerica race…

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Standish Makes A Stand With Kawasaki For 2019

After finishing seventh in the 2017 MotoAmerica KTM RC Cup Series with a best finish of fourth at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Pure Attitude Racing’s Trevor Standish endured a difficult 2018 season in MotoAmerica’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup class. Undaunted, the lanky Georgian is hoping that an influx of additional sponsors and a switch to a Kawasaki Ninja 400 will…

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Ortt Lets The Good Times Roll: Will Race A Graves Kawasaki ZX-6R In MotoAmerica Supersport

Nineteen-year-old Braeden Ortt, who finished ninth in the 2018 MotoAmerica Supersport Championship aboard a Tuned Racing Yamaha, is going green for 2019. The Canadian rider, who hails from Calgary, Alberta, will ride the #30 Ortt Racing/Graves Kawasaki ZX-6R in the 2019 Supersport Championship. Ortt is currently studying in his freshman year at The University of British Columbia’s Okanagan Campus, and…

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Four Literbikes For Aussie Dave Racing In 2019

For 2019, Aussie Dave Racing (ADR) team owner David Anthony has announced that he will field a four-rider team in the MotoAmerica Series. Anthony, the Australian expatriate who lives in Murrieta, California, and has spent the majority of his motorcycle road racing career in the United States, will be back aboard the #25 FLY Racing Kawasaki ZX-10R in MotoAmerica’s Superbike…

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Kawasaki Offering Over $1 Million in Contingency In 2019 MotoAmerica Series

Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA has announced it will offer some $9 million in Team Green Racer Rewards for the 2019 racing season with the 2019 MotoAmerica Series earmarked for $1,118,950 in contingency. Kawasaki’s Team Green program pays $15,000 to win a MotoAmerica Superbike race with $10,000 for second, $5000 for third, $2000 for fourth and $1000 for fifth. Team Green’s…

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Crashing: We All Fall Down

Motorcycles tip over and fall down. Maybe it’s something to do with the fact that they have two wheels, but it happens. Racing motorcycles also fall over. Even with the best riders in the world riding them. Last year, MotoAmerica racers crashed 389 times over the course of nine race weekends (not counting the MotoAmerica round at Circuit of The…

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