Josh Herrin, Tyler O’Hara, and Corey Alexander are your new 2022 MotoAmerica Champions in their respective classes.
In a weekend full of nail-biting race action, three new 2022 MotoAmerica Champions were announced and number one plates adorned. Beginning on Saturday, Josh Herrin and his Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati NYC Panigale V2 finished race one of the Supersport class in second place behind Josh Hayes and in front of Rocco Landers in third place. That second-place finish earned Josh Herrin the 2022 MotoAmerica Supersport title by one point.
The 2022 MotoAmerica Mission King of the Baggers series came down to a rain-soaked race on Sunday afternoon. Mission Foods S&S Cycle Indian Challenger Team’s Tyler O’Hara earned his 2022 number one plate coming in second place, after race winner Kyle Wyman and in front of third place winner, Michael Barnes. O’Hara was trailing in the championship coming into the NJ round. However, points leader Kyle Wyman crashed in the wet and then rejoined the race, finishing in ninth place.
Corey Alexander and his Tytlers Cycle RideHVMC BMW achieved his 2022 MotoAmerica Yuasa Stock 1000 Championship on Sunday with a fifth-place finish. The wet race was won by Hayden Gillim as Travis Wyman and Brandon Paasch finished in second and third, respectively.
The final round of the 2022 MotoAmerica season takes place at Barber Motorsports Park, on September 24 and 25, with all eyes on the MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike Championship battle between Danilo Petrucci, who leads the series by four points, and Jake Gagne.