Tyler Scott won his first Supersport race of the 2024 season at Road America on Sunday.

The following is from Suzuki…

Suzuki Motor USA (Suzuki) and its premier MotoAmerica teams – Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki, and RevZilla/Motul/Vance & Hines Suzuki – emerged from a weekend of varied weather conditions at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, with podiums in both the wet and dry, headlined by spectacular last-lap victories courtesy of Tyler Scott aboard the Suzuki GSX-R750 in Supersport and Rocco Landers on the Suzuki GSX-8R in Twins Cup competition.

Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki rider Tyler Scott (70) was strong aboard the team’s next-generation GSX-R750 all weekend long, regardless of conditions. Scott earned a spot on the Supersport front row and led Saturday’s wet race before ultimately earning a solid fourth-place finish. That merely set the stage for Sunday’s showdown, in which he executed a perfectly timed double draft to claim the victory at the checkered flag by an impossibly tight 0.001-second margin.

“It was a great race,” Scott said. “The plan going into the weekend was to stay in the pack and fight for the win in the end. We tried to lead races earlier in the season, and it didn’t quite work out in our favor. I was very comfortable in the race until the last two or three laps where I tried to get in as many passes as I could. Thanks to the whole Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki team for preparing a beautiful GSX-R750 this weekend, as they have all season. I can’t thank the team, Suzuki, and everyone enough.”

Supersport sophomore Teagg Hobbs (79) returned to his more typical form after struggling at Barber Motorsports Park. Hobbs was back in the top ten after qualifying on Row 2 on his GSX-R750, claiming ninth on Saturday, and eighth on Sunday.

Hobbs said, “The first starts before the red flags were great, and I was battling in the top five where I want to be. In the last one, I didn’t get a great start and made a couple of mistakes. There weren’t enough laps to get back into it. We had the pace to do good things, so it was frustrating. My Suzuki was strong all weekend without many changes. I’m trying as hard as I can, and will keep at it.”

Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s third Supersport runner, Joel Ohman (92), earned his best finish yet with the team, picking up ten positions from his starting spot on Saturday ,and following that up with more progress on Sunday.

“We went faster than I thought and had some good battles,” Ohman said. “In the rain, we had more grip than expected, so we were able to go quicker. Things were going well in the dry, but I overheated the front tire and wasn’t able to get the bike stopped like I needed to. Overall, I learned a lot and it was a good weekend.”

RevZilla/Motul/Vance & Hines Suzuki star Rocco Landers (97) and his Suzuki GSX-8R were in outstanding form again at the high-speed Road America circuit. First, Landers edged fellow Suzuki ace Rossi Moor by 0.157 seconds to claim third in Saturday’s wet contest. Then Landers came back on a sunny Sunday to run the leader down from multiple seconds back and execute a final-lap pass to secure the victory in Race 2. As a result of his double podium weekend, Landers leaves Wisconsin as the Twins Cup series points leader as he continues to demonstrate the GSX-8R’s competitive promise.

Landers said, “We made a bit of a tire gamble, and it worked out in our favor. I was pushing so hard, and the whole RevZilla/Motul/Vance & Hines Suzuki team and Suzuki have worked so hard developing the GSX-8R. This bike’s handling is incredible. It’s one of my favorite bikes I’ve ever ridden. I’m stoked with the progress we continue to make, and I’m excited about what’s to come. It’s great to come out of here with the points lead, and I can’t wait to get back to it.”

After Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s rising star Rossi Moor (92) was edged for the podium by Landers in the wet on Saturday, he responded with a last-lap overtake of his own aboard his GSX-8R to finish third in the dry in the Sunday rematch, further building on the GSX-8R’s multiple podiums for the weekend.

“That was a difficult race,” Moor said after Sunday’s battle. “The whole Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki crew worked extremely hard to get this bike up front. It was good, hard racing, and I’m so happy to be up on the podium after some bad luck in the first two rounds. I want to thank my crew, Suzuki, and everyone else who helped me get up here.”

Superbike pilot Brandon Paasch (96) enjoyed his strongest weekend of the 2024 season, piloting the Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R1000R to a fifth-place finish on Saturday; and then holding off teammate Xavi Forés (34) to win their battle for seventh on Sunday.

“Solid weekend for us, dipping back into the top five in the wet conditions on Saturday,” said Paasch. “It was nice to run with the front boys some more and chip away at the gap to the front. Sunday, I rode hard to finish seventh battling with Xavi for the entire race, and finishing as the top Suzuki Superbike. I’m looking forward to Brainerd in two weeks.”

Reigning Supersport class champion Forés again showed big-time potential on the Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R1000R Superbike, battling for a premier-class podium in the wet before a minor miscue cost Forés that opportunity. He rebounded to challenge Paasch for seventh throughout Sunday’s contest, coming up just 0.013 seconds short at the flag.

Forés said, “It was a tough weekend with some ups and downs, but we showed good progress. I wanted that podium on Saturday so badly. I had some good splits, but I made a small mistake – I braked like one meter too deep – and tucked the front. It was a shame, because we could have fought for the podium. We were also strong in the dry, and are still looking for a little extra to get up front. But we have to enjoy the progress made, and say thanks for this opportunity. Now we move on to Brainerd where I aim to have a better weekend.”

Both Suzuki teams will be back in action in two weeks’ time when the 2024 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship season arrives at Brainerd International Raceway in Brainerd, Minnesota, on June 14-16.

Jake Gagne came out of the Road America round with the lead in the Superbike title chase.

The following is from Yamaha…

Attack Performance Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Jake Gagne made further championship gains at MotoAmerica Superbike Round 3, finishing the weekend with a top-five finish in Race 2. His 2-5 score at Road America has him leaving Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, with an 18-point lead in the title chase. Unfortunately, Cameron Petersen’s race ended early with a technical issue before the halfway mark.

In Sunday’s dry race two, Gagne got a good start from the front row of the grid in third but was shuffled back to sixth. The defending three-time MotoAmerica Superbike Champion rode his own race and advanced a spot on the final lap to cross the line fifth, further expanding his points lead on a challenging day at the four-mile track.

On the heels of his second win of the season, it was also a tough race two for Petersen. The South African got another good start from the third row of the grid into the top five but was shuffled back in the early laps. He was riding in seventh when unfortunately he had to withdraw from the race with a technical issue on Lap 7. Petersen leaves Road America tied for fourth in the championship and 30 points from his teammate at the top spot. 

Attack Performance Progressive Yamaha Racing heads to Brainerd, Minnesota, in two weeks’ time for Round 4 of the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship at Brainerd International Raceway on June 14-16.

Richard Stanboli – Attack Performance Progressive Yamaha Racing Team Manager
“It was a good weekend overall. We still leave with the championship lead and with a little bit of a bump because of the competitors who didn’t finish well or didn’t finish at all yesterday. So it was kind of a mulligan for them. I think we made a bad tire choice today. We were banking on the temperature coming up and it never did, and then it was too late to change it. So that hurt our pace there, and then we had a technical issue with the #45, but we’ll correct that for Brainerd.”

Jake Gagne – Attack Performance Progressive Yamaha Racing #1
“It was a good race yesterday, and the bike was awesome in the wet. We knew this track would be kind of tough. Obviously, we’re still having arm issues and that doesn’t make it easy, but I think we’re a little off on setup. I think we’ve just got to kind of reset and we’ll reset at Brainerd. The team was awesome as always. We’re still in this thing, and on a tough weekend we were able to get some good points and leave with the championship lead.”

Cameron Petersen – Attack Performance Progressive Yamaha Racing #45
“Honestly, it was a tough weekend. We were struggling in the dry. It seems like every time I’ve brought myself back up in the championship, something happens, so it just sucks to finish the weekend off like that, but that’s racing. Taking the positives away from it, it was nice getting the win yesterday. We definitely have some work to do and we’ll come back stronger at the next race.”

Alessandro Di Mario had a solid weekend with two runner-up finishes in Wisconsin.

The following is from Rodio Racing – Powered By Robem Engineering…

It was another superb weekend for MotoAmerica Twins Cup rookie Alessandro Di Mario at Road America. The Kentuckian followed up claiming his second straight pole position on Saturday with a pair of runner-up finishes in both wet and dry conditions on Saturday and Sunday. And he moved into a close second place in the points standings with just four races remaining.
The team welcomed a new rider to its fold for the Road America round, as current MotoAmerica Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race champion and current championship leader Mikayla Moore got her first taste of Twins Cup competition on one of the team’s Aprilia RS 660s. A Saturday crash kept Moore out of one race, but she scored a top-nine finish in her Twins Cup race debut after clinching a top-10 spot in qualifying.
Though the team’s second full-time rider, Gus Rodio, had his weekend soured by a technical problem and a tip-off, he and Di Mario are both very much still in contention for the 2024 Twins Cup title.
All three Rodio Racing – Powered by Robem Engineering riders showed good pace at the start of the weekend. Di Mario, Rodio and Moore finished Friday morning practice fourth-, fifth- and 10th-fastest, respectively. Things got even better for all three riders in Friday afternoon’s Qualifying 1 session, where Di Mario reset the Twins Cup lap record at Road America and Rodio and Moore wrapped up that session third and ninth in the provisional qualifying order.
In Saturday morning’s Qualifying 2 Di Mario lowered his best lap time by more than a second to claim his second-consecutive pole, while Rodio qualified third – giving the team two riders on the front row. It was an unfortunate session for Moore, who crashed early in the session and wasn’t able to take part in either of the two races she was slated to compete in Saturday afternoon. Her best time from Qualifying 1 was still enough to secure her 10th on the grid for when she did get back to racing on Sunday.
It was a hectic – and delayed – start to Race 1 due to the onset of wet conditions. The race’s start time was moved to later in the afternoon, and – like at Barber – the field was given a wet-weather practice session to assess the soaked track conditions. The race was shortened from eight laps to five, and Rodio missed the start of the warm-up lap, then pulled into the pits at the end of that lap with a technical issue. Unfortunately for Rodio, it was an engine problem that did not allow him to take part in the race.
When racing did finally take place, Di Mario made up for a mediocre jump off the line with a strong performance on the brakes into the first turn and was running in third place early in Lap 1. Di Mario moved up to second place with a pass a few corners later at Turn 5, but wasn’t able to catch up with the race leader and had to settle for a second place result.
Sunday’s Race 2 saw all three Rodio Racing – Powered by Robem Engineering Aprilia RS 660s take the start, and Di Mario again made up for a not-so-great launch with a lunge on the brakes into Turn 1. He led the field through the first corner, and Rodio quickly moved into second place behind his teammate at Turn 5. Rodio’s fortunes, however, turned bitter a lap later when he crashed going into Turn 5 and had to return to the pits after getting his Aprilia running again. While Di Mario built a gap at the front of the field, Moore – who was promoted to ninth on the grid due to another rider not taking part in the race – ran as low as 10th and as high as eighth before finishing ninth. Di Mario’s big lead quickly shrank in the closing stages of the race as his softer-compound rear tire began loosing grip. He led every lap of the eight-lap race except the last one, but still scored his fifth podium appearance and first double-podium performance of the season.
Di Mario’s consistency at Road America gave him enough points to move up to second in the class standings – just nine points behind the championship leader. Rodio’s early-season successes have limited the damage from a downer weekend, as he sits fourth in the points standings.
The Rodio Racing – Powered by Robem Engineering will be back in action at the next MotoAmerica round, which takes place at Brainerd International Raceway in Brainerd, Minn., on June 14-16.
Alessandro Di Mario / No. 27
“On Saturday, the race went pretty well. It was my first podium in the rain, and I was excited to see how things would be under dry conditions on Sunday. We picked the wrong tire today, but I had a lot of fun. I can’t wait for the next round at Brainerd but am also really happy with the two podium finishes this weekend.”
Mikayla Moore / No. 78
“This weekend was a rollercoaster of emotions and achievements, and I’m super happy with how it all went. I was excited to take on double duty with racing in Twins Cup and Build. Train., Race., and I felt really confident when I was riding the Twins Cup bike. I had a successful test on it last weekend at a club race, and practice and Qualifying 1 went very smoothly. Securing a top-10 spot felt fantastic. I had a pretty gnarly high-side in Qualifying 2 that resulted in a right thigh contusion and didn’t allow me to race on Saturday. I bounced back on Sunday though in Race 2 and was thrilled to finish in ninth. A huge thanks to the Rodio Racing – Powered by Robem Engineering team for this incredible opportunity and the support they showed me. This weekend was a learning experience, but I’m happy with how it went overall.”

The following is from Ducati…

The third round of the 2024 Steel Commander MotoAmerica Superbike Championship marked the best one of the season to date for the Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati team with Josh Herrin taking a resounding victory in race two and teammate Loris Baz having an excellent ride by taking fourth.

The race weekend didn’t start as it finished. The heavens opened for race one, drenching the 4.05-mile layout with torrential rain that made staying on the track difficult as the 220-plus horsepower machines aquaplaned their way around it.

Baz led the Ducati charge in race one, taking his first podium of the season in third, with Herrin in ninth at the flag.

Race two, however, was all Herrin. Under perfect blue skies, the number 2 rocketed off the line into turn one and slammed the hammer down, setting a metronomic pace in the lead as the rest struggled to keep up.

Herrin was so far out in front that he was able to cruise around on the final lap, eventually coming home nine seconds clear of Bobby Fong. Baz just missed out on a second podium of the weekend in fourth.

It marked a turning point for the Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati team, which is now brimming with confidence heading into round four at Brainerd in two weeks.

2024 Steel Commander MotoAmerica Superbike Championship After Round Three
P1 – Jake Gagne 113
P2 – Cameron Beaubier 95
P3 – Bobby Fong 88
P4 – Cameron Petersen 83
P5 – Sean Dylan Kelly 83
P6 – Josh Herrin (Ducati) 79
P7 – Loris Baz (Ducati) 72

Josh Herrin (Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati–#2)
“It was a super good weekend,” Herrin enthused after race two. “The race in the rain didn’t go how I wanted, but Baz got third, so that was great for him and the team. We knew we’d be up there if the second race was dry. We got off the line well, built up a good lead early, and cruised at the end. The team did a great job setting up the Panigale V4 R—it’s always a fast bike at this track—and we’ve got a lot of good tracks for our bike coming up, but I’m going to savor this victory and get a positive snowball going for the next few rounds.”

Loris Baz (Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati–#76)
“Overall, it was a good weekend,” Baz said. “I wanted to do a little better coming here, but my first podium in the rain was great. They were crazy conditions, and the bike worked really well. In the dry we were missing a bit with the set-up, but we made a huge improvement in the warm-up session. In the second race, I was doing my qualifying pace all race long, which helped me get back into the podium fight. I couldn’t get the podium in that one, but I’m really happy for Josh and the team to have two podiums in two races at this track. I’ll do everything to be up there with him at the next round.”

The fourth round of the 2024 Steel Commander MotoAmerica Superbike Championship sees the series head northwest to Brainerd in Minnesota over the July 12-14 weekend.

PJ Jacobsen leads the Supersport title chase after Road America.

The following is from Rahal Ducati Moto…

Today’s activities started with the morning warm up, which solidified the team’s confidence in their machines heading into the race. With PJ Jacobsen topping the charts with a time of 2:17.734 and Kayla Yaakov nearly matching her qualifying times, finishing the session in 12th.

The sunny skies and dry track conditions provided a picture perfect setting for today’s Race 2 at Road America. The race ran just over two laps before the first red flag was waved for an expired engine. With the red conditions, both XPEL bikes made their way back to the hot pit for adjustments. Due to the first red coming out within the first three laps, the riders took the restart from their original starting positions. 

During the first lap of the restarted race, an incident occurred near the tail of the field that immediately brought out a second red flag. The field made their way back to pit lane and were soon told the remainder of the race would be postponed until after the Superbike and King of the Baggers races. 

Once Race 2 resumed, it was seven laps of determination to get to the end. Yaakov got an amazing restart but was caught in the field which eventually became distanced from the leading five. Jacobsen moved through the top four, making a pass for the lead out of Canada corner, but ultimately finishing third at the finish line in the closest-ever finish in MotoAmerica history (0.001 seconds between first and second and 0.009 seconds between second and third). 

The team heads to Brainerd, MN for Rounds 7 & 8 of competition Friday, June 14 – Sunday, June 16. More information on the participation of Corey Alexander and the Roller Die machine at the Brainerd course will be provided as the event nears. 





CHAMPIONSHIP: 1st (131 pts., 12 pt. lead)

NOTES:  Has collected a podium finish at every race so far this season // Remains the championship leader heading into Rounds 7 & 8 of 18

WHAT HE’S SAYING: “Going into the dry race today, I was a bit optimistic. I think walking out of here with a podium is a good result. I tried everything I could to lead the end of the race and end up in first, but we got passed at the finish line. I don’t think I had enough to draft those guys if I was sitting behind them, so I had to lead out of the last corner and try my hardest. I want to thank the entire Rahal Ducati Moto / XPEL team for doing a great job this whole weekend. We are leaving with another podium finish which has me confident going to Brainerd. I like that track – I had my first Superbike win there, so hopefully the adjustments we make to our bike should provide us a good result.”





CHAMPIONSHIP: 11th (35 pts., -1 position) 

NOTES:  The rain in Saturday’s race hindered Kayla’s forward progression in learning the Road America track on the Supersport bike //  Yaakov was making big gains each session throughout the weekend and could have utilized the dry race yesterday to progress further and translate data to be used for today’s race

WHAT SHE’S SAYING: “Today was a very tough race. After so many restarts and not many full laps completed, it was very hard to find a flow and balance that worked for me and the bike. In the second restart, I was in a very good position and hanging onto the lead group, but unfortunately the race was red flagged and I wasn’t able to get the same jump on the third restart as I did in the second. I was struggling quite a bit without a draft, and was shuffled back even though I was strong in the infield sections. Really unfortunate, but I’ll put this race behind me and focus on Brainerd.”



WHAT HE’S SAYING: “We always want more, but it wasn’t a bad day for the Rahal Ducati Moto team. PJ got really good points, and in my opinion, he rode a pretty perfect race. We were just down a little bit of top speed, but he put in a pass on the last lap, led out the last corner, and went back to third place. There’s not much he could’ve done different. Kayla also rode a really good race. She’s still adapting to the big bike on the bigger tracks with bigger breaking zones, so there is still a lot to learn but she is showing a lot of growth each week.  Overall, it was a  good weekend resulting in good points.  I want to congratulate Tyler Scott on his win – he’s had a couple pretty hard weekends and a couple pretty hard crashes. We will move forward to Brainerd and try to get back on the top of the box.”

Jake Lewis finished on the podium in Supersport race one, and he recorded a top-ten result in Supersport race two. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

The following is from Altus Motorsports…

The MotoAmerica round at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, was a wild mix of weather conditions. Saturday’s races were full wet and then Sunday were dry and sunny. The results for the Altus team were also a wild mix of ups and downs.

Both of the Road America Supersport races were shortened due to red flags. The Saturday race was clipped to 6 laps and Sunday’s to 7.

Jake Lewis qualified 8th fastest and started both races from the middle of the third row. In the wet race on Saturday, he showed his experience and moved quickly up into third place and held that position until the checkered flag. On Sunday, he finished the race in 10th.

While the results may not show it, the Road America round was Jaret Nassaney’s best of the 2024 season. On Saturday, in the rain, he fought his way up to 5th. Unfortunately, on the last lap, he was making a move to take 4th when he crashed. In the second Supersport race of the weekend, Jaret finished 13th.

Jaret Nassaney had his best race weekend of the season. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

Jaret Nassaney:

“Yeah, pretty disappointed to not get the result to show how well I was riding. Made it up to the battle for 4th in Race 1, but I had a crash in turn 7 on the final lap! Unfortunately, that’s how the rain is sometimes. I’m happy with my riding, though. Race 2 was hectic with the two red flags and then the race getting pushed back in the schedule. We were just missing a little something to run with that front group, but had a good battle for 11th the whole race. Ended up p13 and happy to just leave with some points.”

Road America is another new circuit for Torin Collins, but it didn’t take him long to get up to speed. By the completion of the first practice, he was already 10th fastest.  In Race 1, he finished in 7th place. Impressive for his first time at the track and in the rain. During the Sunday race, Collins’ GSX-R750 suffered an inexplicable engine failure. Because of a red flag and delayed restart, the team was able to swap the motor. Unfortunately, he was not allowed to compete in the race.

It was Torin Collins’s first visit to Road America, and he performed admirably. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

Torin Collins:

“Yeah, first time at Road America, so I had my hands full. Overall, the team worked really hard this weekend, and we are making huge steps in the right direction. I feel that we are close to reaching what’s possible. Race 1 was difficult. Still trying to learn the track and the bike while also riding in such sketchy wet conditions was challenging. I was honestly just glad to finish the race in 7th. Race 2 was super upsetting. Getting a decent launch and clinging onto the huge group that was battling for the win. Feeling ready to make my way up the group, and then, the engine went kapoof. From an outsider’s perspective, it’s hard to understand what’s been going on with all these mechanicals but I just know the team and I have been working, so hard to get to where we want. I can smell it. The results are coming.”

George Nassaney:

“Despite some setbacks, this was the best weekend of our 2024 season. Jake was able to get on the box Saturday, Torin finished 7th at a track in the rain he had never rode at before, and my son Jaret was having a great race battling for 4th and 5th on the final lap, but unfortunately crashed out while trying overtake 4th. Unfortunately, Sunday was not as good. I can’t say enough about how blessed we are to have surrounded ourselves with guys who work beyond the normal expectations.

“This past weekend, we had some16-17-hour days to absolutely make sure our riders had the best Suzuki GSXR750’s to compete with. After Torin’s engine failure in Sundays Race 2, I spoke to race control and was given the green light to swap his engine and get him out for the Race 2 restart. We only had about an hour and half to make it happen. The team pulled together and was able to swap motors and get him out to start the race. Unfortunately, when Torin rode out, MotoAmerica wanted to be extra-cautious and look the bike over again even after tech said it was cleared to race. They then decided not to allow him to race. This was gut-wrenching for all of us after all that hard work.  At the end of the day, I just want to say we are only becoming stronger and more determined to be the top Supersport team in the paddock. I could not be more proud of this team.  We are looking forward to the next few rounds. Big thanks to Hoban Brothers and Darkhorse Motor Company for allowing us to use their shop over the weekend and this week in preparation for the next round at Brainerd.”

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The top three from Sunday’s Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race. celebrate at Road America.

The following is from Royal Enfield…

The Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race. (BTR) Road Program hosted the second event of its 2024 season at Road America this past weekend. Known as “America’s National Park of Speed,” the BTR riders were ready to hit the track after a promising start to the season at Barber Motorsports Park last month. Wet conditions set the scene in Wisconsin and the racers met the challenge with grit and resilience.

Despite inclement weather on Saturday, seven BTR riders approached the rainy conditions as an opportunity to adapt and learn. In a close contest, first-year racer Cassie Creer came out on top with a completion time of 13:03.905. This win goes down as Creer’s first-ever BTR win and her first MotoAmerica podium. Emma Betters rode an impressive final lap to close to just .225 seconds behind Creer. Betters recorded the best lap time of 3:09.242. Camille Conrad, another first-year racer, finished in third place for her second trip to the podium this year.

The sun came out on Sunday, and the riders were eager to follow up on the first day of racing. After sitting out on Saturday due to a minor injury, last year’s BTR champion, Mikayla Moore, took the crown upon her return to the track. Ready to compete, Moore completed the five-lap race with Aubrey Credaroli finishing in second. Following up on her first-place win in the first race, Cassie Creer, finished in third place for her second visit to the podium in as many days.

“No two races are ever the same and with the rainy weather this weekend, that was definitely the case at Road America,” said Adrian Sellers, Head – Custom & Motorsport at Royal Enfield. “These were tough racing conditions for riders at any level, but everyone showed they were more than capable of taking the challenge head-on. We’re proud of how our BTR riders performed this weekend and excited to see how everyone can ultimately grow from the experience both on and off the track.”

The next BTR Road Race is set to take place later this month at the Ridge Motorsports Park in Shelton, Washington on June 30. The final BTR road race of the summer will be August 18 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. BTR’s Flat Track program’s next event of the season is scheduled for August 6 at Black Hills Speedway in Rapid City, SD.

For more information on Royal Enfield’s Build. Train. Race. Program visit https://buildtrainrace.com/events/

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