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MotoGP, MotoAmerica 2018: Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas

Specifications:  LENGTH - 5.5 km  - 3.43 miles CORNERS - 11 left, 9 right WIDTH 15 m. - 49.21 ft. LONGEST STRAIGHT - 1200 m. 3937.01 ft. Winners of the Grand Prix of the Americas Year Track Moto3 Moto2 MotoGP Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer Rider Manufacturer 2017 Circuit of the Americas Romano Fenati Honda  Franco Morbidelli Kalex  Marc Márquez Honda 2016 Circuit of the Americas Romano Fenati KTM  Álex Rins Kalex  Marc Márquez Honda 2015 Circuit of the Americas  Danny Kent Honda  Sam Lowes Speed Up  Marc Márquez Honda 2014 Circuit of the Americas  Jack

Moto America: Championship of New Jersey

Motul  Superbike Class Race 1 Toni Elias 24 clinched the 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship on Saturday with his victory in the first of two races at NJMP. He said: “I’m so happy, for many reasons, first of all, because Suzuki gave me this important deal last year,” “I found an incredible team (with) good

Moto America: Championship of New Jersey presented by K&N Filters

Championship of New Jersey presented by K&N Filters (New Jersey Motorsports Park) 08.09.2017-10.09.2017 Located in Millville in Cumberland County on the Delaware Bay. The track is near Philadelphia and the gambling city of Atlantic City Length: 2.25 miles Left-hand corners: 4 Right-hand corners: 8 Constructed: 2008 There will be two full days of racing event—for the Motul

Moto America – Pittsburgh International Race Complex Round 8

Red-flagged and later restarted, the second of two MotoAmerica Superbike races at Pittsburgh International Race Complex was full of drama, both on and off the racetrack. Roger Hayden (95) Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 fought back tears in an emotional interview following his hard-fought victory in Superbike Race 2 at PIRC. Toni Elias (24)

Hayden takes MotoAmerica win in Pittsburgh

    Roger Hayden didn’t have good memories of Pittsburgh International Race Complex. It was here, during the test on May 17-18, that the Hayden family learned of Nicky Hayden’s tragic bicycle accident in Italy. Today, Roger Hayden put that behind him, taking his second Motul Superbike win of the season- a victory