The Altus Motorsports Suzuki GSX-R1000 has propelled two consecutive riders to become MotoAmerica Stock 1000 Champions. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

For the second year in a row, Altus Motorsports captured the Stock 1000 Championship, and they did so despite no longer having the services of 2020 class champ Cameron Petersen, who moved up to HONOS Superbike aboard a Team Hammer M4 ECSTAR Suzuki for 2021. As a result, Altus team owner George Nassaney signed Jake Lewis, who spent most of the 2020 season on hiatus from road racing. Nassaney’s signing of Lewis proved to be the perfect move as Lewis quickly got his MotoAmerica mojo back and clinched the 2021 Stock 1000 title on the strength of his 6 wins and 9 podium finishes out of 12 races on the season.

Rider: Jake Lewis

Engine: Team Hammer-built 999.8 cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, 4 cylinders, DOHC, 16 valves

Engine Tuning: Team Hammer

Electronics: Yoshimura EM Pro Flashed by Woolich Racing

Transmission: Six-speed constant mesh

Exhaust: M4 Full Titanium 4-1 System With Tech 1 Carbon Canister

Fuel: VP Racing

Lubrication: VP Racing

Battery: Shorai

Sprockets: Vortex

Final Drive: EK Chain

Front Suspension: Showa Balance-Free Forks (BPF) with Öhlins Cartridge Kit

Rear Suspension: Öhlins TTX 36 Shock

Front Brakes: SBS brake pads

Rear Brakes: SBS brake pads

Brake Lines: Venhill USA

Brake Lever Guard & Rearsets: Bonamici Racing

Quick-Turn Throttle: Motion Pro

Handlebar Grips: Renthal

Tires: Dunlop

Bodywork: Hotbodies

Engine Covers: GB Racing

Tank Grips: Stompgrip

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