FansChoiceTV Provides New Viewing Option

Race fans around the country have another way to watch racing from the comfort of their own homes.
MotoAmerica will open its season at Road America on May 29-31 without fans in attendance. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)

MotoAmerica Opening Season Without Fans In Attendance

MotoAmerica has announced that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the Governor of Wisconsin’s safer-at-home order being set to expire on May 26, the racing portion of the opening round of the MotoAmerica Series on May 29-31 at Road America will continue, but without fans.

Plane Crash Claims Racer, Owner Jon Couch

Jon Couch, the owner of AMA Pro Road Racing team TOBC Racing, was killed Friday in a plane crash at Virginia Int'l Raceway.

D.I.D. Chain Backs MotoAmerica Mini Cup Tour

MotoAmerica has announced that D.I.D. Chain will be a sponsor of the MotoAmerica Mini Cup by Motul, the youth-oriented series that is set to make its debut at Road America on May 29-31.

MotoAmerica Cancels VIR Round

MotoAmerica has been forced to cancel the MotoAmerica Superbikes at Virginia event scheduled for May 1-3 at Virginia Int'l Raceway.
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Roger Hayden Scores Emotional Pittsburgh Win

Roger Hayden didn’t have fond memories of Pittsburgh Int'l Race Complex prior to Sunday afternoon.
J.D. Beach (95) battles Cameron Beaubier (1) and Mathew Scholtz during Sunday's MotoAmerica Superbike race at New Jersey Motorsports Park. (Dennis Bicksler Photo)

10 Rounds For MotoAmerica In 2020

MotoAmerica has revealed a 10-round schedule for 2020 that includes a round at a new venue and a revisit to one of the most famous race tracks in the world. 

AMA Champion Chat: Roland Sands

1998 AMA 250 Grand Prix Champion Roland Sands has found success both on the race track and in the business world. The award-winning designer worked with and Hurley Surfboards to create the Big Kahuna surfboard trophies, read on and see what he has to say about the Triumph Big Kahuna Atlanta and the Historic Moto Grand Prix.

Better Payouts For Privateer MotoAmerica Superbike Entries

Entries are now being accepted for the 2018 MotoAmerica Motul Superbike class, which will feature three levels of entry and a revised payout system.
The MotoAmerica Series will hold its fifth round at the Ridge Motorsports Park in Washington state, August 28-30, but it will do so without fans due to COVID-19 restrictions.

No Fans For MotoAmerica Event At The Ridge

Due to restrictions set forth with the current COVID-19 pandemic, MotoAmerica and the Ridge Motorsports Park have announced that the Komatsu MotoAmerica Superbikes At The Ridge event, scheduled for Aug. 28-30, in Shelton, Wash., will be held as a participant-only event with no spectators.

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