The Spaniard’s superbike efforts charges on with the newly announced Team Hammer M4 ECSTAR Suzuki.
With the exit of Yoshimura from the MotoAmerica superbike paddock, there was much talk regarding the now-defunct team’s riders, Josh Herrin and Toni Elias. While Herrin, according to his social media posts is possibly venturing on in a privateer campaign for the 2020 season, his former teammate made an announcement regarding his landing for this coming season. Toni Elias has joined the newly formed Team Hammer M4 ECSTAR Suzuki superbike team.
Elias enters his fifth season in the MotoAmerica series, after winning the 2017 Superbike Championship, finishing in second place in 2018 and 2019, in addition to attaining 32 race wins in four seasons, tying him in AMA Superbike history for fourth place with Miguel DuHamel.