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2011 AMA Pro Racing
Hannspree, a leading provider of high-end design-centric audiovisual products and no stranger to motorsports sponsorship, has partnered with Michael Jordan Motorsports, one of the top-ranked teams competing in the American Superbike class of AMA Pro Racing.
At the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York City last weekend, Suzuki announced the introduction of the 2011 BusaBeats MC Battle.
New this year is a partnership with Michael Jordan Motorsports, who will be building the grand prize for this year’s BusaBeats MC Battle winner – a customized 2011 Suzuki Hayabusa.
2011 AMA Superbike
After a year racing for Kawasaki in the World Superbike Championship, the youngest of the Hayden brothers, Roger Lee Hayden, returns to AMA Pro Racing.
In 2011, Roger Lee Hayden will contest on the Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) National Guard #54 Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the AMA Pro Racing Superbike Championship.
The National Guard and Michael Jordan Motor Sports will field an American Superbike entry piloted by 2008 Formula Xtreme Champion and the 2006 Daytona 200 Winner Jake Zemke in the 2010 AMA Pro Racing National Guard Superbike Championship series.
"We’re extremely proud to welcome Jake Zemke to our organization," said Kreig Robinson, Michael Jordan Motor Sports Vice President of Corporate Relations. "It’s not often that champions become available. We have always admired Jake. He’s a fan favorite and always professional."
In honor of team founder Michael Jordan’s six NBA championships and 2009 marking the sixth year of the team, Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) is pleased to announce the Super Six Sweepstakes. The Super Six Sweepstakes is MJM’s way to give something back to the incredible motorsports fans who have supported the team since it began, while also honoring the phenomenal achievements of Michael Jordan.
Entrants have a chance to win one of six amazing prize packages that any motorcycling enthusiast would love.
The AMA Pro Racing National Guard American Superbike Championship gets back on track July 4th weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA and the Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) teams are ready for action. The 2.238 mile racetrack is one of the most historic venues on the Championship calendar and has produced some fabulous racing during its illustrious history.
Under beautiful blue skies at Road America, Michael Jordan Motorsports rider Geoff May put his #54 National Guard Jordan Suzuki on the front row for the fourth time in six rounds. With temperatures hovering in the low 60s, May’s Superpole lap was a mere .2 seconds slower than his Basic Qualifying time and he retained his important front row positioning for Saturday and Sunday’s National Guard American Superbike races.
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.
Michael Jordan Motorsports’ teams took to the track at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, CA for the exciting Superpole qualifying session late Friday afternoon. As this was the first time the Michael Jordan Motorsports teams have ridden at Infineon Raceway on the new 2009 GSX-R 1000s, the teams found themselves needing to quickly get up to speed with the setups on the potent new Suzukis.
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.
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.