Hayden Gillim leathered up in Vesrah Racing logos and colors for the 82nd running of the Daytona 200. Photo courtesy of Vesrah Racing.

Vesrah Racing will compete in the 82nd running of the Daytona 200 next week at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Hayden Gillim will be aboard the #95 Vesrah Racing Suzuki GSX-R750 for this one-of-a-kind event that uses both the infield and high banks of the circuit.

The effort is supported by Steel Commander Corp., Comstock Energy LLC, Maxima Racing Oils, Fast Line Track Days, KTech suspension, Skip at Orient Express, Dunlop, GB Racing, REB Graphics, and Amanda Plumbing Sewer & Drain.

Akihito Tamura – CEO Vesrah Co.: “I am pleased to have Vesrah returning to competition in the United States again in MotoAmerica at the highest level with this effort for the 82nd Daytona 200. Racing is one of the best ways to showcase the performance of Vesrah Racing Pad XX and the return of the iconic yellow and black motorcycle now combined with the distinctive Japanese market pink color accenting the livery combines our history and future.”

Mark Junge – Team Principal: “One of the first racing ventures with Vesrah was to compete in the final 24-hour WERA endurance race held in America back in 2000, which we won by 26 laps and sparked the creation of the Vesrah Suzuki team that won 8 WERA national endurance titles. Vesrah has been on the podium at the Daytona 200 before with Cory West finishing 2nd in 2011, and I look forward to seeing where we can end up with Hayden Gillim in the 2024 edition of this prestigious event.”

Hayden Gillim – Rider #95: “I’m really excited for another chance at the 200. It’s redemption time after ending 4th last year. This year, I’m feeling really good, especially flying the iconic Vesrah Racing colors! It’s an even more stacked field this year, and I’m ready to get going at Daytona! I can’t thank everyone enough who’s making this possible.”

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