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AMA Announces Rule Updates For MotoAmerica 2015

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The AMA and MotoAmerica, the new home of the AMA Superbike Series, have announced updates to the rulebook for MotoAmerica, an AMA national championship series and an FIM North America championship. The changes include adding weight to motorcycles in the Superstock 1000 class and a change to the spare-motorcycle requirement in the Supersport class. To […]

AMA Publishes Technical Rules For 2015 Professional Road Racing Classes

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The American Motorcyclist Association has published the technical rules governing MotoAmerica’s professional road racing classes for the 2015 season. Rules announced today cover the technical specifications for Superbike, Superstock 1000, Supersport and Superstock 600 classes. The rules may be downloaded from www.americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/roadracing/roadracingrules.aspx. Any questions should be directed to technicaldirector@motoamerica.com. Technical rules governing the KTM RC390 […]

World Superbike Introduces New Rules For 2014 Season

World Superbike Introduces New Rules For 2014 Season

The World Superbike series will undoubtedly have a new look when action kicks off in 2014. Following the news that BMW would leave the motorsports class after the close of this year’s competition, the International Motorcycling Federation announced several rule changes that will go into effect at the launch of the next season. Among the […]

EnduroCross Changes Qualifying Format For Upcoming Season

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EnduroCross has been one of the most exciting motorsports series in the U.S. since its introduction in 2004, but the league will be undergoing some changes for the upcoming season. Previously, the series featured a hot lap competition, where riders would hit the track one by one before the start of the race to determine […]

Bridgestone Makes Changes To Improve MotoGP Tires

Bridgestone Makes Changes To Improve MotoGP Tires

There will be several changes to the upcoming season of MotoGP that affect how teams strategize and competitors race. While the motorsports series should be just as action-packed as ever, alterations to tire allocations and requirements for factory and CRT bikes may impact the events. Most of the changes were imposed to make MotoGP safer […]

Major Changes Could Be Coming To World Superbike

Major Changes Could Be Coming To World Superbike

World Superbike will start its 2013 motorsports season in the coming months, but rumors are swirling that this could be the last year for the series fans know and love.

MotoGP Adds Penalty Point System

MotoGP Adds Penalty Point System

In an effort to curb rule-breaking in MotoGP, the motorsports series is adding a penalty points system that will punish riders who act out during events.

New Classes To Organize Off-Road Competition

New Classes To Organize Off-Road Competition

The upcoming motorsports season is already bringing some new changes to AMA off-road racing, but the most recent announcement signals even more alterations for the series are on the horizon.

BMW Continues World Superbike Testing

BMW Continues World Superbike Testing

World Superbike testing continued in Aragon, Spain, this week, but wet conditions limited the time spent on the bikes.

MotoGP Rule Changes On The Horizon

MotoGP Rule Changes On The Horizon

The 2012 MotoGP season may have just ended, but the preparations for future seasons are just beginning, as officials announced rule changes effective beginning in 2014.