2014 Scottsdale International Female Ride Day Valerie Thompson, 5-time land speed record holder and world’s[...]
Yamaha Champions Riding School
The buzz surrounding the first all-women Yamaha Champions Riding School just ratcheted up a notch: AMA Pro Road Racing star Melissa Paris will join Scott Russelll at the two-day school on August 17-18 at Miller Motorsports Park as Guest Instructors!
Yamaha Factory Racing star Josh Hayes, along with his wife Melissa Paris, and teammate Ben Bostrom are scheduled to compete in the upcoming WERA Endurance race this weekend at Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Virginia.
Competing with Ben Bostrom and Sam Gaige on the M3 Racing YZF-R1, Josh is looking forward to getting back to his WERA roots. "This is where it started for me many years ago and I’m excited to get to race with Ben and Sam.
While World Superbike racers took to the Tooele, Utah track at the United States round of the 2009 Pirelli Spec-tire championship at Miller Motorsports Park, three women competed in support classes from World Supersport, to the Larry H. Miller Superbike Challenge GTU, and each of them are doing it on Pirelli tires.
LeoVince has joined GYTR as title sponsor for Melissa Paris team. After finishing 21st on her Yamaha R6 at the 2009 Daytona 200, the highest finish ever for a woman, she will be racing at the World Supersport event at Miller Motorsports Park on May 31st. This marks the first time a woman has ever raced a World Supersport race. We are excited to add Melissa to the group of woman riders that we support, including Elena Meyers who is currently tearing it up in the WERA roadracing series, states Tim Calhoun, Executive VP of LeoVince USA.
Melissa Paris Sets New Daytona 200 Race Record.
Markbilt Racing rider Melissa Paris set a new record in the 2009 Daytona 200. By finishing 21st (pending official results) on her GYTR/HelpMeRide.com Yamaha R6, Paris became the top finishing female in Daytona 200 history.