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MotoAmerica’s Provisional 2015 Racing Calendar Released

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There is positive momentum around America’s new MotoAmerica series, which will takeover duties from DMG and AMA Pro Road Racing, starting next season. We have already seen the series’ new class structure, which makes significant steps to parallel what’s going on in the World Superbike Championship.

Today, we see MotoAmerica’s efforts on its racing schedule, a hot-ticket item after DMG’s five, then six, race schedule this season. American fans should rejoice, as eight races are on the calendar, which reads like a greatest hits album of American race tracks.

Supporting both American grand prix at COTA and Indy, as well as the WSBK round at Laguna Seca, the provisional MotoAmerica calendar includes, Road Atlanta, VIR, Road America, Barber, and NJMP. West Coast racing fans are still S.O.L. though, with only one race west of The Rockies on the docket thus far.







MotoAmerica says it hopes to add a ninth race to the schedule, but has yet to confirm the venue. Our fingers are crossed that it’s Sears Point, which would make for a very geographically-even and strong inaugural calendar.

The 2015 MotoAmerica Provisional Road Racing Calendar:

  • April 10-12 Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas (2 classes, MotoGP support races)
  • April 17-19 Road Atlanta – Braselton, Georgia
  • May 15-17 Virginia International Raceway (VIR) – Alton, Virginia
  • May 29-31 Road America – Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
  • June 12-14 Barber Motorsports Park – Birmingham, Alabama
  • August 7-9 Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Indianapolis, Indiana* (2 classes, MotoGP support races)
  • September 11-13 New Jersey Motorsports Park – Millville, New Jersey
  • TBD Laguna Seca – Monterey, California (WSBK Support Race)
  • *To be confirmed
  • Schedule subject to change

Source: MotoAmerica













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