MotoAmerica has unveiled its provisional calendar for 2023 with more Bagger racing, a return to Daytona, and a stand-alone race weekend in Austin, TX.
The MotoAmerica Championship is revving up for an exciting 2023 season, featuring a record-breaking 100 races spread across eight classes on the provisional calendar.
Fans can look forward to the return of the Medallia Superbike class, with a total of 20 races slated throughout the season. The calendar also sees a return to Daytona International Speedway, as well as a standalone event at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
In addition to the Superbike races, fans will also be treated to two Supersport pit stops and an expanded Mission King of the Baggers series, now featuring 14 races.
With three thrilling championship battles decided on tiebreakers during last year’s season finale, spectators can expect even more edge-of-your-seat action in 2023. And with teams and riders already preparing for next year’s competition, it’s sure to be an exhilarating season for MotoAmerica.
“The 2022 season for MotoAmerica saw some excellent racing across all classes and we couldn’t be more excited for what 2023 has in store. The new schedule has taken into consideration costs, geography, and logistics, as well as feedback from fans and teams. As our events grow, it’s also important we expand to larger facilities, and we are extremely pleased to announce a standalone round at the Circuit of The Americas. And, along with increasing the length of two Supersport races to necessitate pit stops, great things are in the pipeline for 2023, and Daytona can’t get here soon enough.” – Chuck Aksland, MotoAmerica COO.
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