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2014 AMA Pro Road Racing Photo Gallery
Photos from the 2014 AMA Superbike season.
AMA Pro Road Racing announces five rounds for 2014.
Melissa Paris to race CEV Superstock 600 series for Team Stratos in 2014.
Danny Eslick returns to Daytona SportBike in 2014 with the Riders Discount Triumph team. Photography By Gold & Goose
Dane Westby to race a self-run team effort in 2014.
Larry Pegram will ride an EBR in the 2014 AMA Superbike Series.
Roger Lee Hayden will join the Yoshimura Suzuki team for the 2014 AMA Superbike Series.
Tommy Aquino passed away Sunday in a motocross training accident.
Superbikes will return to the premiere class as the Daytona 200 in 2015.
Peter Doyle to act as the new Technical Director for the Australian Superbike Series.
Josh Hayes will race in a Pro Superbike race at Sonoma Raceway in May.
Josh Hayes will race at Miller Motorsports Park in 2014
Josh Hayes opened Daytona 200 Week 2014 with the fastest time in the opening AMA Pro Superbike practice session. (Larry Lawrence photo)
The riders and teams talk about racing Superbikes again in the Daytona 200.
Danny Eslick is back in the Daytona SportBike class
Testing made all the difference. That’s what Castrol Triumph’s Jason DiSalvo said after leading the first Daytona 200 practice session Thursday at Daytona International Speedway. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Cameron Beaubier earned provisional pole position at Daytona today.
AMA Superbikes to return to Laguna Seca for the 2014 World Superbike weekend.
Joe Roberts is making the move to the Daytona SportBike class this weekend at Daytona.
The front-row qualifiers in Supersport at Daytona. Corey Alexander (left) won the pole.(Larry Lawrence photo)
Garrett Gerloff led the first qualifying session for the Daytona 200.
Steve Rapp leads the Harleys into their race at Daytona International Speedway after capturing pole position.
Roger Lee Hayden pulled the surprise Superbike pole at Daytona.(Larry Lawrence photo)
Danny Eslick put his Triumph on the pole for the 2014 Daytona 200. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Kyle Wyman won the Harley-Davidson final at Daytona International Speedway.
Corey Alexander ran away with the AMA Pro SuperSport season opener at Daytona. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Danny Eslick qualified on pole position for the Daytona 200.
Josh Hayes opened 2014 with a victory in Friday's Daytona Superbike race. He shares the podium with Roger Hayden and Cameron Beaubier. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Corey Alexander (center) won his second straight Supersport final at Daytona International Speedway.
The start of Saturday's Superbike race at Daytona. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Danny Eslick won the Daytona 200.
GEICO is set to sponsor the new Motorcycle Superbike Shootout.
Kyle Wyman has had his Daytona Harley-Davidson victory taken away after a disqualification.
Yoshimura Suzuki's Roger Hayden on pole for tomorrow's Pro Superbike race at Auto Club Speedway. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Martin Cardenas wins the Pro Sportbike race at Auto Club Speedway, the first of three rounds of the Superbike Shootout. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Garrett Gerloff on pole for tomorrow's Superbike Shootout Pro Sportbike race at Sonoma Raceway. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Cameron Beaubier gets his first Superbike pole of his career at Sonoma Raceway for the second round of the Superbike Shootout. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Cameron Beaubier wins Superbike Shootout Pro Superbike race in front of his home crowd at Sonoma Raceway. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Garrett Gerloff gets his first Sportbike win of his career at second Superbike Shootout round at Sonoma Raceway. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Corey Alexander breaks collarbone in training incident before the second AMA Pro Road Racing round at Road America. Photography By Brian J Nelson
The AMA Superbike Series gets a new qualifying procedure for the rest of 2014.
Garrett Gerloff on Sportbike pole for the final round of the Superbike Shootout. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Josh Hayes starts tomorrow's Pro Superbike race on pole at Miller Motorsports Park. Photography By Brian J. Nelson
Garrett Gerloff wins Superbike Shootout Pro Sportbike Championship with the win at Miller Motorsports Park. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Josh Hayes takes Superbike Shootout Pro Superbike crown and race win in Utah. Photography By Brian J Nelson.
Jeremy Toye will ride a Kawasaki ZX-10R in the Pikes Peak Hillclimb in June.
Cameron Beaubier opened Road America 2014 with the fast time in practice. (File photo)
Cameron Beaubier clocked the fastest time Friday at Road America on his Monster Energy Graves Yamaha. His lap was a 2:12.757. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Jake Gagne came out swinging at Road America, registering a series of blistering laps during Friday's Daytona SportBike qualifying session.(Larry Lawrence photo)
Marc Marquez kept his momentum rolling right along Saturday in Mugello. The defending MotoGP Champion scored his sixth pole of the season, seventh in a row dating back to last season, riding his Repsol Honda to the top time of 1:47.270. (Gold & Goose photo)
Jake Gagne’s time of 2:18.647 from yesterday’s Daytona Sportbike qualifying session held today and he will start from the pole for this weekend’s DSB races. The front row remains the same with Garrett Gerloff and Dane Westby rounding out the front row. (Larry Lawrence photo)
In just his second weekend in the series, Cameron Beaubier scored his first career AMA Superbike pole Saturday at Road America. In the new qualifying format, Beaubier sped his Monster Energy/Graves Yamaha R1 around the four-mile circuit in a time of 2:12.437.Beaubier owned the fastest every lap in the final qualifying session. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Corey Alexander broke his collarbone only a few weeks ago in a training accident, but he had surgery to fix the bone and it worked well. At Road America Alexander did exactly what he did in Daytona’s Supersport races and that’s pull out an early lead on his Celtic/HVMC Suzuki and hold it to the flag.
Jake Gagne had to win Saturday’s Daytona Sportbike race twice. He’d built over a seven-second lead when a crash by Joe Roberts in turn five brought out the red flag. On the three-lap restart Gagne had the attitude that he was “just going to have to put my head down and do it again.” That’s just what he did. In a spectacular final lap, Gagne pulled out a to a 1.318 second win. Garrett Gerloff held on for second in an epic last lap battle with J.D. Beach, Jake Lewis and Dane Westby. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Cameron Beaubier outran his Yamaha teammate Josh Hayes on the final lap to win Saturday's Superbike race at Road America. Martin Cardenas was third on a Yoshimura Suzuki. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Kyle Wyman rode a strategically perfect race to win the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson XR1200 final at Road America Sunday. Here he poses with fellow podium finishers Ben Carlson and Danny Eslick. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Hayden Gillim (far side of the front row)made a perfect draft move to win Sunday's Supersport race at Road America. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Jake Gagne was picture perfect Sunday en route to a 12.209-second victory to complete the sweep of the Road America Daytona Sportbike Doubleheader. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Josh Hayes was victorious and the center of one of most subdued podiums in the history of AMA Superbike racing. In a controversial move, the race was stopped for rain, then restarted and declared a wet race. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Josh Hayes splashes his way to victory in the AMA Pro Superbike race at Road America.
Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series returns to Indy for the the USGP weekend. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Jake Lewis broke through to score his first career pole in Daytona SportBike Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park. Lewis ran his MotoSport.com/Meen Yamaha R6 to a time of 1:27.579 to top the charts in the final DSB qualifying session. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Josh Hayes joined Roger Hayden and Cameron Beaubier as AMA Pro SuperBike pole winners in 2014. Hayes won the pole Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park, pushing his Monster Energy/Graves Yamaha to a time of 1:25.063.
– Dane Westby scored his first Daytona SportBike victory of the season Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park. He did it in exciting fashion, holding off a determined charge by JD Beach that went down to the final turn. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Veteran Josh Hayes used his years of experience to keep clean to easily win third race of the season. His victory combined with crashes by series leaders Cameron Beaubier and Roger Hayden, means that Hayes jumped from third to first in the series standings.(Larry Lawrence photo)
Hayden Gillim won in dominating fashion in Saturday’s Supersport final. Gillim raced his TOBC-backed Suzuki GSX-R600 to a 5.987 second victory over Dustin Dominguez. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Steve Rapp dominated qualifying for the Vance & Hines XR1200 race Sunday morning. Rapp hustled his Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson-sponsored entry around the track with a time of 1:34.854 to be the only rider in the 1:34 bracket. (Brian J. Nelson photo)
Steve Rapp made it look easy Sunday in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series race at Barber Motorsports Park. Rapp led every lap en route to a 11.114-second victory over Danny Eslick.(Larry Lawrence photo)
HSBK Racing Yamaha’s Dustin Dominguez had his hands full with Saturday’s SuperSport winner Hayden Gillim and young Kaleb De Keyrel, but Dominguez used his racing experience to pull away on the final few laps when the top three hit heavy lapped traffic. (Brian J. Nelson photo)
Dane Westby came out on top in a torrid 19-lap Daytona SportBike final at Barber Motorsports Park on Sunday. The race was a thriller the entire way, with a lead group of six battling most of the way with countless passes among them. After the dust settled it was Westby taking the checkered flag on his Yamalube/Westby Racing Yamaha 0.235 seconds ahead of Jake Lewis and Jake Gagne. (Brian J. Nelson photo
Josh Hayes is once again looking like the dominant rider of the AMA Superbike Championship after winning Sunday’s race at Barber Motorsports Park in convincing fashion. Hayes built over a 10-second lead on his Monster Energy/Graves Yamaha R1, before backing off late and taking a 7.807-second margin of victory over Martin Cardenas. (Brian J. Nelson photo)
The AMA Superbike races from Laguna Seca won't be broadcast.
Jake Lewis is on provisional pole position for the Daytona SportBike race at Laguna Seca.
Cameron Beaubier ended up on provisional pole in the AMA Superbike class at Laguna Seca.
Steve Rapp earns third AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley Davidson series pole fo the season at Laguna Seca. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Jason DiSalvo earns his first pole in two seasons at Laguna Seca. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Cameron Beaubier is on pole for tomorrow's AMA Superbike race at Laguna Seca.
Danny Eslick takes his first AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson win of the season at Laguna Seca. Photography By Andrea Wilson
Jake Lewis won the first Daytona SportBike race of his career today at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Josh Hayes sets the pace and takes the AMA Superbike win at Laguna Seca. Photography By Andrea Wilson
A wet track greeted riders at Mid-Ohio Saturday morning. AMA Pro Racing officials asked the Superbike riders to go out and practice. Only a handful of riders took to the track.
After frustrating on again, off again light rain finally put an end to the efforts to race any of the road racing classes Saturday at Mid-Ohio. Just after 6:00 pm local time AMA Pro Racing officials finally pulled the plug. (Larry Lawrence photo
Josh Hayes gave everything he had on the final lap, but his young Monster Energy/Graves Yamaha teammate Cameron Beaubier withstood the pressure and held on to win his third race of the year and breaking Hayes’ four-race winning streak.
Jake Lewis saved his best for last. He followed Jake Gagne most of the way in Mid-Ohio’s first Daytona Superbike race. On the final lap Lewis made his move to take over the lead and held it to the end to bring the championship even between to two. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Dustin Dominguez had to navigate a gaggle of lapped traffic on the final lap in race one at Mid-Ohio, but he managed it well on his Houston Superbike Yamaha R6 to earn his second straight AMA SuperSport win.(Larry Lawrence photo)
It was a battle the entire way between five riders. They shuffled positions dozens of times during the final, but in the end it was Tyler O’Hara coming through with a last-lap pass to score his second victory of the season. (Larry Lawrence photo)
The timing screens showed Cameron Beaubier winning over Yamaha teammate by 0.001 seconds, but after a review of the finishing video AMA Pro Racing announced it was Hayes who crossed the line first by mere inches in one of the closest races in AMA Superbike history. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Jason DiSalvo (with his family) took an unexpected victory in Sunday’s Daytona SportBike race two. The Castrol Triumph rider moved past Jake Gagne with four laps to go and then withstood the pressure by RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s Gagne the rest of the way to earn his first DSB victory in two years. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Dustin Dominguez swept the SuperSport races at Mid-Ohio this weekend. Dominguez held off a desperate last-lap pass attempt by Hayden Gillim to win the race by 3.5 seconds. It was actually closer than the margin of victory indicated since Gillim was right there, but ran off the line on his final pass attempt. Conner Blevins scored third, earning his first career podium. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Jason DiSalvo won the second Daytona SportBike final at Mid-Ohio on Sunday.
We interviewed Roger Hayden on his 2014 season thus far.
The Daytona 200 will features Superbikes and will be held on March 14.
AMA Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Wild-card entry Jeremy McWilliams takes pole at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Jeremy McWilliams (99) leads Ben Carlson (45), Steve Rapp (1) and the rest of the Vance & Hines XR1200 field Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. McWilliams won the race over carlson by 8-100ths of a second. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Jeremy McWilliams takes race one of the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley Davidson series double header at Indy. Photography By Andrea Wilson
Steve Rapp checks an Indy win off his list in race two of the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson doubleheader. Photography By Brian J Nelson
Wayne Rainey will spearhead the new MotoAmerica road racing series in Northn America.
What does Josh Hayes think of the new MotoAmerica series?
Jason DiSalvo's attempt at a world record in Bonneville has been delayed by weather.
Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta says Dorna will back Wayne Rainey's MotoAmerica Series.
On the verge of winning back the AMA Pro Superbike Championship this weekend, Josh Hayes got his weekend off to a good start by winning the pole aboard his factory Monster Energy/Graves Motorsports Yamaha R1. (Larry Lawrence photo)
It ended early, with a red flag, but that made no difference to Hayden Gillim. The bottom line was that Gillim put his TOBC Racing Suzuki atop the podium to win Saturday’s SuperSport race at New Jersey Motorsports Park and in doing so extended his lead over Dustin Dominguez. (Larry Lawrence photo)
– Dane Westby was the standout in the rain today in Daytona SportBike race one at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Westby sprint to a big lead in the drenched 16-lap contest and backed off in the closing laps to win by an 8.998-second margin of victory. An even bigger story was the fact that second-place Jake Gagne, clinched the Daytona SportBike title. (Larry Lawrence photo)
– It all came down to the final turn. Roger Hayden had victory in sight, but getting on the gas of his Yoshimura Suzuki coming onto the front straight it, the rear tire broke loose and spun up. That allowed Josh Hayes and his Monster Energy/Graves Motorsports Yamaha the opportunity to get a better drive and edge ahead at the finish line. Hayes clinched the 2014 AMA Superbike title.(Larry Lawrence photo)
A news release issued by AMA Pro Racing states that Josh Hayes, who crossed the finish line first in Saturday’s AMA Pro Superbike race one at New Jersey Motorsports Park, was assessed a penalty and dropped to second place. That makes Roger Hayden the winner.
Danny Eslick took home the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson XR1200 title for the second time, while Kyle Wyman (standing above Eslick) won the season finale race in New Jersey.(Larry Lawrence photo)
Dustin Dominguez did what he needed to do to keep his championship chances alive, but he was not in control of his own destiny. That luxury went to Hayden Gillim, who led at times and pressured Dominguez to the flag, taking second. That was more than enough for Gillim to finally win the SuperSport title. (Larry Lawrence photo)
– Jake Gagne celebrated his new Daytona Sportbike Championship by going out and winning Sunday’s race in a runaway. Gagne took control early and gradually pulled away to a healthy 2.562-second margin of victory. (Brian J. Nelson photo)
Josh Hayes closed out the DMG era of AMA Superbike racing with a victory in the season finale at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Hayes was in the clear after his Monster Energy/Graves Motorsports Cameron Beaubier crashed out while battling Hayes for the lead. (Larry Lawrence photo)
FIM president Vic Ippolito has pledged his support for MotoAmerica.
MotoAmerica has released its rules package for the 2015 U.S. road racing championship.
Jake Gagne re-injured his shoulder in a crash in Silverstone.
MotoAmerica has released its 2015 tentative schedule.
MotoAmerica has announced more new hires.
Aspiring young road racers will have a new showcase series to compete in this coming season. MotoAmerica and KTM North America have jointly announced that the KTM RC Cup. (Photo courtesy MotoAmerica)
This just in from MotoAmerica: MotoAmerica, the new home of the AMA Superbike Series, today announced a multimedia agreement for extensive coverage of the series starting in 2015.
Dane Westby on the high banks of Daytona in 2012, the last year Team Hammer ran Suzukis. Photography By Andrea Wilson
AMA Superbike racing will return to Miller Motorsports Park after a one-year hiatus. Photography by Brian J. Nelson
Josh Hayes (left) and Cameron Beaubier will once again make up the factory Yamaha AMA Superbike team in 2015. (Larry Lawrence photo)
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