2015 MotoAmerica Rules Posted Online

12/18/2014 @ 12:18 pm, by Jensen Beeler5 COMMENTS


Plans for the inaugural MotoAmerica season continue to move forward, and after KRAVE posted the basic guidelines for its 2015 class structure, the company behind America’s road racing revival has announced its full rules package for the Superbike, Superstock 1000, Supersport and Superstock 600 classes, note the KTM RC390 spec-class rules have not been finalized and are not included.

The full rulebook can be read online here, and as expected the rules bring MotoAmerica’s class structure and technical aspects very much in line with the World Superbike Championship’s new class structure and rules. A such there are few surprises for race teams and fans in the rulebook.

Preparations for the 2015 season have been coming in regular intervals from MotoAmerica, which announced its online and TV media package two weeks ago. The 2015 calendar has also been set with eight races.

The response from the American road racing paddock has been positive so far, and there is a general enthusiasm for the work that Wayne Rainey & Co. have been doing with the series.

No one is expecting a complete righting of the ship in MotoAmerica’s first season, but a strong showing could go a long way into wooing back sponsors, teams, and riders.

Source: AMA

  • Matt Higgins

    I believe we can and should be hopeful about the new endeavor and help in whatever way possible, whether it be volunteering, buying tickets to races, purchasing tv packages, etc.

  • Andres

    I agree with Matt. As much as the fault for the death of american road racing is to blame on dmg some of that fault lies within us. The racing has been great and now let’s support these guys and the new endevours.

  • KSW

    Section 2.8
    “MotoAmerica reserves the right to nominate a control fuel supplier until January 15th, 2015”

    Hmm, new sponsor on the way?

  • Dennis M

    I absolutely agree. We must do our part to make this new series a success. Lord knows there is some great support and backing being put up here from both domestic and international sources. Now it’s up to us, the fans, sponsors and racers to make this thing go. You KNOW the racers will do their part! Will we? I sure plan to.

    Whereas DMG drove the factories away, I think MA should try to get the factories involved again. I believe this will be a critical path to putting American road racing back on the map. GO MOTOAMERICA!

  • Mr. X

    Road America!