Suzuki is now an official series partner for the 2021 MotoAmerica Series and its GSX-Rs are currently leading two MotoAmerica Championships, including Sean Dylan Kelly’s GSX-R600 (shown) in Supersport. Photo by Brian J. Nelson
MotoAmerica, North America’s premier motorcycle road racing series, is pleased to announce that Suzuki Motor USA, LLC has come on-board as an official series partner for the 2021 MotoAmerica Series.
Suzuki is currently leading both the 2021 MotoAmerica Supersport and Stock 1000 Championships with M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly on top of the Supersport Series while Jake Lewis leads the Stock 1000 Championship on his Altus Motorsports Suzuki GSX-R1000.
“Suzuki has a long history of competing in and supporting road racing worldwide, including winning the 2020 MotoGP Championship and numerous Superbike Championships in the U.S.,” said Kerry Graeber, Vice President, Division Manager- MC/ATV Sales and Marketing. “We are thrilled to continue this legacy as a sponsor of MotoAmerica and look forward to helping them grow the sport of road racing in America.”
“Suzuki has always been a part of the MotoAmerica Series and the AMA Superbike Championship,” said MotoAmerica President Wayne Rainey. “Their success in AMA Superbike racing goes way back to the very beginning of the series. They have won more Superbike races than anyone else in series history and they continue to thrive in three of our current classes. We appreciate Suzuki’s support as a series partner.”
The MotoAmerica Series returns to action for round eight of the series at New Jersey Motorsports Park, September 10-12, and will conclude with round nine at Barber Motorsports Park, the following weekend, September 17-19.