Round 8 of the AMA Pro Racing National Guard American Superbike Championship kicked off today at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) riders Aaron Yates and Geoff May capturing the teams’ highest combined qualifying positions of the season. During late Friday afternoon’s Superpole session, Yates and May set down the second and third fastest times, and for the second time this season give MJM two of the four front row positions.
There was one very important motorcycle fan that came to Infineon to support his team: Michael Jordan.
After a month-long break, Michael Jordan Motorsports returned to AMA Pro Racing action this past weekend.
In his first race on the new 2009 GSX-R 1000, Michael Jordan Motorsports rider Geoff May placed his #54 National Guard Jordan Suzuki on the front row Friday at Birmingham’s Barber Motorsports Park. May, from nearby Gainseville GA,continues his impressive start to the 2009 campaign and has now put his #54 Suzuki on the front row for the third straight round.
Basic Qualifying for Aaron Yates of the #23 Jordan Suzuki team proved interesting.
The #23 Jordan Suzuki and #54 National Guard Michael Jordan Motorsports Suzuki teams completed a successful test April 14-16, 2009 at Carolina Motorsports Park in Kershaw, South Carolina.
After a long four day bike building extravaganza at the race shop, the test started the development process on the 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000s and continued development on the suspension that began at the start of the season.
AMA Pro Racing’s Round 3 of the American Superbike Championship at Road Atlanta.
The riders competed at Road Atlanta on their 2008-spec Suzuki GSX-R1000s. The bikes will now be retired and May and Yates will race on brand new 2009 GSX-Rs for the remainder of the season.
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