Motorcycle Racing News Michael Jordan Motorsports previews Road America

Michael Jordan Motorsports previews Road America

Michael Jordan Motorsports will hit the track for Round 6 of the AMA Pro Racing series this weekend at Road America. The Elkhart Lake, WI track is the unofficial ‘"home" circuit of the MJM #23 Jordan Suzuki and #54 National Guard Jordan Suzuki teams, which are based out of East Troy, WI. Boasting the longest straightaway of any track on the 2009 calendar, Road America is a scenic and exciting venue on which to showcase the power of the teams’ GSX-R 1000s and will offer fans exciting racing in the American Superbike class. Action begins on June 5 with Practice and Qualifying and continues through June 7 with feature American Superbike races taking place on both Saturday and Sunday.

Jordan Suzuki #23

Aaron Yates and the #23 Jordan Suzuki squad come off a mixed finish in Round 5 at Infineon Raceway and look to set the tone this weekend at Road America. Finishing a strong fourth in  Race 1 at Infineon after a season-high second in Round 3, Yates and his 2009 Suzuki GSX-R have proven they have the pace to run up front. Supported by his Richie Alexander and Karl Steyrer-led crew, Yates brings his considerable experience to the fast Elkhart Lake track and will be looking for the podium once again. Yates is currently in seventh place in the Championship standings with 116 points.

Aaron Yates Speaks…

"This weekend is going to be a bit different after Barber and Infineon," said Yates. "Those tracks are both on the tighter end of the spectrum and now we are heading into the fast Road America track. I should be good. It’s an old school raceway and it will give us a chance to show how quick our Jordan Suzuki GSX-R 1000 is."

National Guard Jordan Suzuki #54

Geoff May and the #54 National Guard Jordan Suzuki team faced some tough competition at the last round. Looking to rebound this weekend at Road America, May and the #54 team are eager to get back to work and get back into the top three of the Championship. Known for his incredible lean angles and love for fast corners, May will be undoubtedly on pace this weekend The  National Guard Jordan Suzuki team currently sits fifth in the Championship with 143 Championship points.

Geoff May Speaks…

"I’m ready to get back on the bike," said May. "Sure, an extra weekend off is nice, but we had a tough one at Infineon and that makes me want to just get right back out there racing. Road America is a really fast track and it’s our home round. I can’t wait to get my National Guard Jordan Suzuki opened up on Friday."


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