2011 AMA Pro Racing
M4 Suzuki’s weekend got off to a somewhat painful start on Friday at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
AMA Daytona SportBike
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Herrin had something to prove – and points to regain – in Sunday’s AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Race 2, and when the light went green at Sunday’s Barber Motorsports Park contest, that’s exactly what he did.
2011 AMA Daytona SportBike
In AMA Daytona SportBike, points leader Jason DiSalvo picked up his third consecutive pole position at Round 4 in Road America after just four races in that class. The Team Latus Motors Ducati rider posted his quickest lap time of 2:20.356 in Friday’s session to take the provisional pole, then turned it into the real deal on Saturday.
2011 AMA Superbike
M4 Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas demonstrated the pace to challenge the best of the best in the AMA Pro Superbike class on Monday at Miller Motorsports Park, but unfortunately the end result did not reflect his strong form.
2011 AMA Superbike
Team M4 Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas came into Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele Valley, Utah, with high hopes following his first-career AMA Superbike podium earned at the championship’s previous stop at Infineon Raceway.
2011 AMA Superbike Results
From the start of Sunday’s Superbike Race Number 2 at Infineon Raceway, Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Tommy Hayden looked strong, clinging effortlessly to the rear fender of Josh Hayes’ Monster Energy Graves Yamaha R1.
AMA Superbike Results
With regard to winning in AMA Superbike, Josh Hayes is getting as predictable as Mat Mladin used to be.
The Monster Energy Graves Yamaha rider and reigning AMA Superbike champion qualified on pole and went on to win race 1 of the Sonoma weekend.
2011 Daytona SportBike Video
There’s no doubt that Jason DiSalvo will be a main competitor this year in AMA Daytona Sportbike.
The Latus Motors Ducati 848 rider has already won the Daytona 200, and set the fastest lap time around Miller Motorsports Park on Day 2 of the officicial AMA Pro Racing test at the Salt Lake City circuit earlier this week.
Suzuki Motorcycle Racing
Suzuki teams showed their strength and proved the dominance of their Suzuki’s on the asphalt and dirt during the entire 2011 Daytona Bike Week.
Daytona Bike Week
M4 Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas demonstrated his potential to become a major force in AMA Superbike competition in 2011, fighting with the leaders deep into Saturday’s contest at Daytona International Raceway.