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Dunlop will continue as the spec tire of the MotoAmerica Series in 2020. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)
MotoAmerica has announced that Dunlop will again be the tire of choice for the MotoAmerica Series for the next three years.
MotoAmerica is bringing Flat Track motorcycle racing to Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Dave Hoenig/Flat Trak Fotos Photo)
MotoAmerica has announced that it will host Flat Track at the Brickyard as part of the MotoAmerica Superbikes at the Brickyard weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Aug. 21-23.
Toni Elias (24), Cameron Beaubier (1) and Josh Herrin battle for position during Sunday's MotoAmerica Superbike event at Pittsburgh Int'l Race Complex. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)
MotoAmerica has announced that the AMA has issued the rules package for the MotoAmerica Series.
MotoAmerica has announced the addition of three Mini Cup youth races for 2020.
MotoAmerica officials have announced that the series will add a youth program to three of its MotoAmerica events via the MotoAmerica Mini Cup, beginning with the Road America round on May 29-31.
MotoAmerica will hold Heritage Cup events in conjunction with the 2020 MotoAmerica Series rounds at Road America, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)
MotoAmerica is looking for racers and/or owners of vintage motorcycles to participate in its new Heritage Cup events at Road America, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Hammer Is New
MotoAmerica has announced that Suzuki Motor of America has reached an agreement with Team Hammer to become its official team in the MotoAmerica Series.
MotoAmerica and FOX Sports are pleased to announce that FS2 will continue to carry MotoAmerica Superbike racing for the 2020 season.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway has begun selling tickets to MotoAmerica Superbikes at the Brickyard.
Cameron Beaubier (1) races ahead of J.D. Beach during Sunday's MotoAmerica Superbike race at New Jersey Motorsports Park. (Dennis Bicksler Photo)
Yamaha is partnering with Attack Performance to field a MotoAmerica Superbike team next season featuring four-time and reigning champion Cameron Beaubier and Jake Gagne.
(From left to right) MotoAmerica President Wayne Rainey, AMA Chief Operating Officer Jeff Massey, crew chief Rick Hobbs, Cameron Beaubier and team manager Tom Halverson celebrate Beaubier's Superbike Championship at the Night of Champions. (Brian J. Nelson Photo)
MotoAmerica honored its five champions and those who pushed them the hardest on Sept. 23 at a gala event in downtown Birmingham, Ala.

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