2015 MotoAmerica Schedule
MotoAmerica, America’s new road-racing series spearheaded by three-time World Champion Wayne Rainey, has added another venue to its 2015 schedule – Miller Motorsports Park. MMP in Toole, Utah, will host MotoAmerica June 26-28, and it becomes the ninth venue on the 2015 calendar.
The track has hosted six former AMA SuperBike Championship in the past, and also the World Superbike Championship from 2008-2012. During SuperBike’s last visit there in 2013, Monster Graves Yamaha’s Josh Herrin and Yoshimura Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas split split victories there.
“The racers and teams have nothing but good things to say about Miller Motorsports Park and we’re happy to have them on our schedule for 2015,” says Rainey.
“Miller gives us another round in the western half of the country so it’s good for our fans in places like Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and, of course, Utah. I hope those fans make the trip to what is truly a top-notch racetrack in a spectacular part of the country.”
The Miller Motorsports Park staff is also eager and ready to host a round of the championship.
“We are very excited to be a part of the inaugural season of the MotoAmerica Road Racing Series,” said Brian Smith, General Manager of Miller Motorsports Park.
“Most of the teams and riders are familiar faces to us here, so it will be great to have them back again. The organization looks well positioned to lead North American professional motorcycle road racing into the future, and we look forward to a great partnership.”
The Miller Motorsports Park round, like the rest of the MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Series, will air on the CBS Sports Network. For the complete schedule, visit 2015 MotoAmerica Schedule.
Photo by Brian J. Nelson