The 2016 MotoAmerica Championship headed to New Jersey Motorsports Park this weekend for round three of nine. Though chilly on Saturday, the rain held out. This was not the issue on Sunday, though, when rain plagued the track in Millville, N.J.
Splitting the wins – both firsts of 2016 – were the reigning MotoAmerica Supersport Champion JD Beach (Saturday) and SportbikeTrackGear.com Suzuki’s Cameron Petersen (Sunday).
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NJMP Chapter 11
The owner of New Jersey Motorsports Park, a Millville circuit that hosts AMA Pro Racing, filed for bankruptcy Monday in order to restructure some debt.
According to papers filed in Camden court, NJMP representatives say the 700-acre facility needs $2 million to open the track this Saturday for the 2011 race season.