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Aug 6, 2013

Even More From Last Weekend's Various Motorcycle Road Races

GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro National Guard Superbike: Yoshimura Suzuki's Martin Cardenas (36).


Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing's Martin Cardenas celebrated his second AMA Pro Superbike victory of the season and moved up a notch in the overall championship points at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah.

Cardenas turned in a stellar performance on his Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 to bring home the win, while team-mate Chris Clark picked up one of his better finishes of the season with a ninth-place result. Currently, Cardenas is only nine points off the lead in the title chase.

Although Yoshimura Suzuki's Cardenas struggled a bit at the start of the weekend, he went on to finish with fireworks. On Saturday, the Colombian got a good start on his Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 and turned in a solid ride to finish fourth. On Sunday, Cardenas redoubled his efforts, getting a good start and moving into a podium position almost immediately. As a result, he was in position to capitalise on opportunities and took the win with a few laps to go.

"It was a pretty hard race," said Cardenas. "On Sunday, we were able to find a little bit better set-up for the Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 and I was able to go a little faster and ride a little more consistently than on Saturday. The pace was fast but I was able to stay with the leaders, then some things went our way and I was able to get the win. I'm happy for myself and also for the Yoshimura Suzuki team and I'm looking forward to good results at the last two races."

Clark also wrapped-up a solid weekend of racing, bouncing back from some bad luck earlier in the season. On Sunday, Clark put his head down and raced his Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 to a respectable ninth place. The day prior, he battled for a top-10 spot for most of the race before bringing home 11th.

"This weekend was a step in the right direction," said Clark. "We found a setup on the Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 that we like and I feel like I'm getting back up to speed. Unfortunately, we found the right setup a little late in the weekend, so I didn't really have the pace to hold on to the guys in the top five. But I still finished ninth and that's a really positive direction for the rest of the season. Now, I'm going to work on my fitness so I can come back and get some good results at the last two races of the season."

The Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing team's next event of the 2013 AMA Pro Superbike Championship series is at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey on September 13-15th.

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Miller Superbike Results, Race 1:

1. Josh Herrin (Yamaha) 2. Roger Hayden (Jordan Suzuki) 3. Josh Hayes (Yamaha) 4. Martin Cardenas (Yoshimura Suzuki) 5. Danny Eslick (Jordan Suzuki) 6. Larry Pegram (Yamaha) 7. David Anthony (Suzuki) 8. Chris Fillmore (KTM) 9. Geoff May (EBR) 10. Taylor Knapp (KTM)

Miller Superbike Results, Race 2:

1. Martin Cardenas (Yoshimura Suzuki) 2. Roger Hayden (Jordan Suzuki) 3. Josh Herrin (Yamaha) 4. Danny Eslick (Jordan Suzuki) 5. Geoff May (EBR) 6. Aaron Yates (EBR) 7. David Anthony (Suzuki) 8. Taylor Knapp (KTM) 9. Chris Clark (Yoshimura Suzuki) 10. Dustin Dominguez (EBR)

More, from a press release issued by LeoVince USA:

LeoVince USA and Dion Device Riders Continue Championship Chase at Miller

Richmond, Calif. - The championship chases in AMA Pro Road Racing were every bit as exciting as the on-track action during round six at Miller Motorsports Park. During the weekend of August 2-4, LeoVince USA and Dion Device riders shook up the points standings in SuperBike and clinched the SuperSport title.


The SuperBike races at Miller put a dramatic twist on the season so far for the Monster Energy Graves Yamaha riders, who use the Dion Device on their R1s. The weekend got off to a great start for Josh Herrin, who won race one by a slim 0.093-second over Roger Hayden. Herrin’s Graves teammate Josh Hayes, who was the points leader coming into round six, followed close behind in third.

In race two, Hayes took the lead at the start and began to break away. Unfortunately, he crashed on lap three and spent the rest of the race trying to make up ground. He finished 18th, salvaging a few points from the race. Herrin, meanwhile, battled an issue with his bike but managed to bring home third. The finish allowed Herrin to reclaim the points lead from Hayes, who slipped to third.

Other Dion Device riders who found the fast way around Miller include Geoff May, who was ninth in race one and fifth in race two on his Team Hero EBR 1190RS. Larry Pegram, riding the Pegram Racing R1, and Aaron Yates on his EBR1190RS each earned a sixth: Pegram in race one, and Yates in race two.

Daytona SportBike

The two Daytona SportBike races at Miller were a success for RoadRace Factory Yamaha’s Jake Gagne and JD Beach. The riders, whose bikes use both LeoVince exhausts and the Dion Device, continued the solid performances they have been known for this season.

JD Beach was back on the podium with a pair of thirds. He had already been on the third step of the podium three times this season, so Miller made it five. Meanwhile, Gagne rode his Yamaha YZF-R6 to fifth in both races. Although it brought an end to Gagne’s five-race podium streak, it allowed him to remain comfortably in the second points spot.


No one had a better SuperSport weekend than Tomas Puerta. He may not have walked away with a race win, but he did even better by clinching the SuperSport West and Overall championships. Puerta’s third- and second-place finishes at Miller helped him wrap up the title for RoadRace Factory Yamaha with three rounds to spare.

Sebastiao Ferreira was fourth in race one on his BP Racing R6, marking his best finish of the season so far. Jeffrey Tigert was also a top-ten finisher for LeoVince USA, earning eighth and seventh on his Baby Appleseed/CM Motorsports R6. Hayden Gillim took his own seventh-place finish in race two, riding the Team 95 R6.

Catch the LeoVince USA and Dion Device riders the weekend of August 16-18, when round seven of the AMA Pro Road Racing season continues at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

For more information about sponsored teams and the LeoVince line of performance products, visit the LeoVince USA website at To keep up with the latest product and racing news from LeoVince, be sure to like them on facebook at

More, from a press release issued by BMW Motorrad HP RaceSupport:

Successful IDM weekend for BMW Motorrad riders at Schleiz. The BMW Motorrad HP RaceSupport-backed teams enjoy continued success – Markus Reiterberger takes the lead in the overall rankings. Schleiz/Munich, 6th August 2013. BMW Motorrad continues its winning ways in the International German Motorcycle Championship (IDM). Last weekend saw the fifth round of the 2013 season at “Schleizer Dreieck” in Germany. It was another successful outing for the BMW teams and riders who count on the support of the specialists from BMW Motorrad HP RaceSupport. In the fiercely competitive IDM Superbike category, they celebrated another victory and podium positions. The man of the day was young German Markus Reiterberger from the VanZon Remeha BMW Team. The 19-year-old, who is contesting his first full season in the series, won the first of Sunday’s races with his BMW S 1000 RR, celebrating his second victory of the season. In race two, he finished second behind Michael Ranseder (AUT / Honda). With these successes, Reiterberger took the lead in the overall Riders’ classification. Due to his strong performances this season, the VanZon Remeha BMW Team have decided to organise a wildcard entry for Reiterberger at the German round of the FIM Superbike World Championship (30th August to 1st September) at the Nürburgring. There, the team will be cooperating with BMW Motorrad HP RaceSupport, like in the IDM. In race one at Schleiz, Reiterberger was joined on the podium by his team-mate Erwan Nigon (FRA), who finished third. Arie Vos (NED / VanZon alpha Technik BMW by Herpigny) crossed the line on his RR in fifth, directly followed by Stefan Nebel (GER), who races a brand new BMW HP4 entered by the Wilbers BMW Racing Team this season. The bike is equipped with the innovative electronic damping control DDC. In race two, five BMW riders crossed the line inside the top 10. Reiterberger claimed second on the podium, Nigon finished sixth, directly followed by Vos and his team-mate Bastien Mackels (BEL), who currently heads the rankings in the Superstock class. Lucy Glöckner (GER) claimed ninth place in both races with the second HP4 of the Wilbers-Team. In the overall standings of the Superbike category, the three top spots are occupied by BMW riders. Reiterberger is the new leader with 174 points. Nigon follows in second place with 148 points. The previous leader, Damian Cudlin (AUS / RAC Racing), started at Schleiz despite a fractured tibia but collected no points. He now lies in third with 133 points. In the Manufacturers’ classification, BMW leads with 396 points and has an advantage of 172 points to their closest rival. “It was again a great weekend for the BMW teams and riders in the IDM Superbike," commented Berthold Hauser, General Manager BMW Motorrad HP RaceSupport. “Congratulations to Markus ‘Reiti’ Reiterberger for finishing first and second and taking the lead in the overall rankings. Congratulations also to all the other BMW riders and teams, who enjoy successes at every race weekend, be it with the RR or with the new HP4. But our work never stands still. Our specialists keep working closely together with the teams in order to reach our common goal, which is to defend both the riders’ and the manufacturers’ titles in the IDM Superbike. It also was a great weekend at Silverstone, where we were on site with the BMW Motorrad GoldBet STK Team. Sylvain Barrier set a brilliant new lap record in the qualifying of the FIM Superstock 1000 Cup and then won both races with his BMW HP4, securing his fourth and fifth victory of the season and we extended the lead in both rankings. We are happy that we play our part in these successes.”

More, from a press release issued by RoadRace Factory:

Just outside the sprawling town of Tooele, UT, lays one of the fastest and largest tracks in the US. Miller Motorsports Park (MMP) was the site of this past weekend's AMA Pro Road Racing Series Round 6. As the season is drawing nearer to the finale at Laguna, championships are hanging in the balance and might possibly be decided at MMP. Temps were high but expectations were higher. The RoadRace Factory / Red Bull team was coming into this round ready to take back the podiums in the GoPro Daytona Sportbike and Motorcycle SuperStore SuperSport classes. How the team reacted to the adversity they faced shows why they've had such great success.

Race Report GoPro Daytona SportBike

So, it looks like poking the tiger made it mad. The response this weekend was obvious and our crew had to rally in order to find the speed needed to stay with the top guys. Being the consummate professionals they are, the DSB riders and crews worked diligently to find the solutions needed to ensure that we would get another double podium.

However, nothing is certain in this life especially in the AMA Paddock. On the set, it was clear that it would be a tale of two riders, each having their own unique experience. For JD Beach, it was to be a weekend of highs and forward momentum, while his garage mate would have a weekend to forget. As the first practice session on Friday was coming to close, this tale of two riders would begin to unfold. As the afternoon brought qualifying session one, JD Beach was on form and riding with confidence and with aggression. His week long cycling training sessions with Josh Hayes seemed to have worked! Meanwhile Jake Gagne was fast but suffering from issues that he and his crew haven't seen this year. When the session was ended, JD Beach sat in P5 knowing he could go faster. Jake was in P6 and his crew were pouring over data to diagnose the problems.

As the sun rose on Saturday, the second qualifying session was underway. Jake's crew was confident that they had found the source of the problems and were moving forward in a positive manner. JD Beach was just having fun, it seemed. He was clearly pushing hard and riding on the ragged edge. So much so, that he ended up running too far out on the exit of Turn 3 and falling. While he escaped the incident without injury, his "A" bike however did not. Sadly as the GoPro footage showed, the bike righted itself and continued through the desert sand and claiming a direct hit on the outside retaining wall. Give the footage a watch here.

When the combined qualifying session times were posted, JD was just off the front row in 5th position and Jake was in 6th on the grid. It would appear that the tiger's response to being poked, is to hit the warp speed button. When the riders lined up for Race One, JD was sure that he could not only hang with the factory riders, he could beat them. Gagne, on the other hand, was confident he could hang with the group but not sure of how the race would play out. All would be known as soon as the lights went green. JD got his typical flying start and so did Jake. Going into turn one, they were running up front and showing that they could stay with the leaders.

As the race continued, Gagne lost the tow, which is critical on this big track, while JD fought to cling on to the lead group. JD battled with Jake Lewis the entire race and when the checkers were flown, he had maintained his 3rd place and crossed the line ahead of Lewis. Jake crossed the line in a lonely 5th position but still considerably ahead of 6th place. JD was excited and looked forward the next opportunity to mix it up with the Y E S riders. Gagne returned to the pits and with his crew began the process of further diagnosis and setting changes.

Race two was something to witness. JD was still busting with excitement and confidence and Jake was sure that they had found the answers. The first few laps would be the most telling. Both riders flew off the line and were in the top 5 for the first through corners. JD was challenging for the lead while Gagne was in a 3-way fight for 3rd. A small tap from James Rispoli caused Jake to sit up mid corner and they both lost contact with the leaders. This left JD to fight it out and carry the flag for RoadRace Factory / Red Bull. Long story short, JD made an electrifying pass for the lead into Turn One. He was able to hold off the advances of the Y E S boys until a hard braking maneuver on the nest lap cost him some speed. At the line, JD was scrapping for 3rd and Jake maintained his 5th position.

Jake Gagne - 2nd in Series Points

"A really frustrating weekend. Two Fifths is not good. Worst weekend of the year we just, big time struggles and ran into issues we haven't run into all year for some reason, I don't know. We made it through though without crashing which is a bit of a surprise considering the issues we had but there's always the next one."

Mike Canfield - Gagne's Crew Chief

"It wasn't the best we've had all year. But we're going onto the next one and we're gonna make it better and move to the front. Been there and we're get back!"

JD Beach - 3nd in Series Points

"It was a good weekend. We came away with a double podium again. Destroyed a bike on Saturday so we kinda had set-up issues on both race days, Saturday and Sunday. But me and the bike still kept getting better and better. Now we got a pretty big break until New Jersey so we'll be able to get our good bike back together and put our good parts on there so hopefully at New Jersey we'll able to fight for the win."

Scott Jensen - JD's Crew Chief

"We came into the weekend and JD was going pretty good, it's one of the tracks that he likes so we pretty much got up to pace right away. Pretty much top 5 the whole time, we focused on moving from there. Got into qualifying, ended up on the second row in qualifying 1, P5. Went out in qualifying the second time around and he actually had a pretty big off, which luckily he didn't get hurt in it, but managed to tear up the bike pretty good. JD being JD, brushes the thing off, puts on another set of leathers gets on the back up bike with a different set-up on it and goes even faster. The kids is pretty darn impressive.

Goes into race one and he gets his traditional JD Beach start and knocks the thing out of the park going into turn one. Ran with the factory boys the whole race and manages to finish third in race one. Go out in warm-up number 2 on Sunday morning, we tried some changes on the bike to give him a little better feel on the thing. He out for the race and ended up third but was battling for the lead the whole time and even lead a couple of laps. Did an awesome pass by both factory guys going down into turn one on the brakes. Again, the kid is pretty darn impressive. Looking forward to the next race."

Motorcycle SuperStore SuperSport

The scene was set this weekend for what would become one of the most memorable weekends of Tomas Puerta's career and for our young team, it would be a weekend that would not be forgotten. Coming into this round, Tomy had a comfortable lead in the West Coast Series points and a decent cushion for the overall National Title. Only time, and the competition would tell how this was going to play out. Daytona Anderson rolled into this round looking to get the electrical gremlins that plagued him in Laguna, behind him.

In the first practice session, it was clear that Tomy wasn't going to just sit and slowly build a points gap. He wanted to win it and he began throwing down quicker and quicker lap times. Daytona was also improving his pace and with each lap, he was chasing personal goals as part of his continued development in the series. In the first qualifying session, Tomy let it be know what his intentions were by capturing provisional pole position. Daytona was placed well within the largest pack in the AMA Pro Road Racing Series. Seeking improvement in Q2, Daytona and his crew had made some minor adjustments to move up two places in his qualifying effort. However, Tomy's rivals took the opportunity to unseat him from pole and when the races would begin, he'd be starting from P3.

Riders line up and take their positions for race one and it's now all on the line. Tomy knows what he needs to do: get out in front and stay there. Daytona had his work cut out for him but he was up to it. Lights go green and Tomy flew off the line heading down the longest straight in the entire series. Entering T1, Tomy was sitting on the rear wheel of Roberts and pushing. Unfortunately, the good start that Daytona had made was lost when contact with other riders occurred and knocked him back a few spots. Mid race, and it was clear that Tomy was thinking about points and the championship rather than a race win. Opting not to battle, he crossed the line in 3rd place and added to his points lead. Daytona crossed the stripes in 23rd.

After using his head, and getting a good nights rest, Tomy was determined to end the guessing game with both championships in race two. Victory was on his mind. Track goes green and again Tomy nailed a solid start. He was running in second place when a red flag reset the grid. The riders lined up for a 7 lap sprint race that would not disappoint. Track goes hot and Tomy lept off the line and was battling for the lead. On the last lap, Tomy was leading when with 2 corners to go, Joe Roberts made the pass to take the lead and win the race.

However Tomy's second place was enough to secure not one but two championships! When all was said and done, Tomy was now the West Coast Series Champ and the Overall AMA SuperSport Champ. Congratulations to Tomy for his first National Championship and bringing the RoadRace Factory its first Championship. A true team effort made this all possible.

Tomy Puerta - West Series and Overall SuperSport Champion

"It was a good weekend for us. Start on Friday was a really good pace. First in practice session and first in qualifying on Friday afternoon. Saturday morning I knew we could get some time on the track and go a little faster. When I did the same time as the first qualifying was P1, and then tried to go a little faster and I got in a little lapped traffic and tucked the front and finally qualified third for the race. Race one was a little boring for me because like just think about points and the championship. Out of 13 laps I did 10 laps with the lead group and then kind of backed it off a little bit to bring the bike to the podium and get some extra points. For race two I just tried to put my head down and go for the win. Before the red flag was I was right there in second. After the red flag I start third and worked my way up to first. I was leading on the last lap and another rider came by me. I tried again to make the pass with two turns to go, but it didn't work. I'm happy though. I want to thank my team RoadRace Factory / Red Bull Yamaha for all the support"

Daytona Anderson - 17th in Series Points

"Overall the weekend wasn't too good. Started off pretty rough in practice I was way way back but after I came in, we worked on some stuff and I got my head back in the game and I was able to climb out of the rear of the pack a little for qualifying. Going into the races I was feeling good and I got a great start but going into Turn 1 I got bumped and knocked back all the way back to 22nd or something. I was able to work my way back to 17th which is pretty good. But Race 2 I got a bad start, I think my clutch was slipping a little bit, but I was able to get into turn one pretty good but then someone chopped my nose off and I was back in like 25. The red flag came out and I was super pumped up for the restart. Again I got into some traffic in Turn 1 and got shuffled back. Overall the weekend was alright I guess. Could've been worse, now it's time to put that behind me and move onto New Jersey"

Wrap it Up - Danny Walker

"What can I really say about this weekend other than it was on of those weekends where you experience every emotion possible at the track. We had huge highs with Tomas capturing his and our team's first championship and some pretty upsetting lows with the issues Gagne was dealing with. We also had to recover from a minor controversy over rules interpretation to come back stronger in DSB on-top of watching the huge crash JD had on Saturday. So yeah, we ran the entire gamete of emotions at Miller and we're gonna go home, go over the data and information we gathered here and we'll come back stronger for NJMP."

More, from a press release issued by Birchall Racing:

ASSEN MEETING ENDS IN TRADEGY Ben and Tom Birchall from Mansfield went to Assen hoping for a third win in a row in round five of the FIM World Sidecar championship and after working with John Baker to bring the Suzuki engine up to the highest specification possible they were fastest during free practice and qualifying which enabled them to start Sunday’s race from pole position. As the race began the Mitchells of Mansfield supported brothers got the hole shot and were leading the field by some 1.5 seconds at the end of the first lap when the race was brought to an abrupt end by an accident further downfield in which German sidecar passenger Sandor Pohl (Sidecar Racing team Kiser) sadly lost his life. Ben Birchall said: “Both Tom and I plus all at Birchall Racing would like to offer our condolences to the family, team and friends of Sandor who sadly succumbed to the injuries he received in the accident during the race at Assen on Sunday.” He went on to speak of the high profile race meeting saying: “The race at Assen was to be one of the highlights of the Gamma Race Day which had attracted a crowd of some 80,000 people. The FIM officials decided the race was to be abandoned as a mark of respect to Sandor and the championship would resume at the next round in Germany in mid September.”

More, from a press release issued by Team Suzuki News Service:


Australian Jed Metcher scored his best result so far in the German IDM Superbike Championship's Supersport class with a pair of fourth places aboard his Team Suzuki Mayer GSX-R600 at the weekend's 'Schleizer Dreieck' fifth round.

The 23-year-old, who had the podium firmly in sight in race one, said: "I made a mistake on the penultimate lap in the chicane leading to the finish and that´s why I lost third place; I just couldn´t bounce back on the final lap."

In the second outing, Metcher was following the lead-group for the whole race and was even closer to a podium finish. He said: "It's frustrating to miss out on a podium result, but I'm close to the front and if only one or two-tenths-of-a-second quicker and I'd fighting for the win."

Sarah Heide, who is competing for Team Suzuki Laux ADAC Sachsen, finished the first race in 12th place, collecting four points for the championship.

Top finisher in the IDM Superbike class was once again Roland Resch aboard his Suzuki GSX-R1000 riding for Team RRRR Suzuki Racing. The Austrian ended inside the top-10 on both occasions. Resch finished race one in eighth place following problems with his gear-shift lever. Race two took Resch to ninth place after a heavy rain shower. The 28 year old said: "All-in-all the races were a lot of fun. We made the best out of our package, but unfortunately more wasn´t possible."

American Joshua Day enjoyed his debut at the HPC-Power Suzuki Racing Team after being signed by team principal Denis Hertrampf as the successor to British rider Barry Burrell; who has returned to British Superbikes. Day scored ninth and 11th positions; a decent start for the 24-year-old newcomer considering he had to get to grips with a new bike and new tyres. He will return at the next round at Sachsenring and is a strong candidate for the rest of the season and possibly 2014.

Marc Buchner followed in the footsteps of his new team mate, finishing in 10th and 12th-places respectively.

Nina Prinz did not compete in Schleiz, but the 30-year-old has scheduled another guest appearance at the penultimate IDM race at Hockenheim on September 22nd.

This follows the announcement of the new "Qatar International Road Racing Championship" dates - a series Prinz has been competing in since 2012.

Said Suzuki Racing Manager Thomas Hannecke: "The first race of the series will be on September 22nd, so we are now planning to have Nina as a guest starter at the next IDM round on September 8th at the Sachsenring."

More, from a press release issued by Meen Motorsports:

Meen Motorsports' Wyatt Farris takes two podiums at Miller Motorsports Park Campbell, Ca (August 6, 2013) – Meen Motorsports’ rider Wyatt Farris captured his first and consecutive AMA Pro SuperSport podiums at Miller Motorsports Park in Toole, Utah, during the sixth installment of the AMA Pro Road Racing season. Consistently improving his qualifying position every race weekend thus far, Farris made progress once again having a sixth place start on the grid. Contending both days with the top of AMA Pro SuperSport class, Farris swapped positions with California Superbike School’s Joe Roberts and RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s Tomas Puerta for some great battles. Farris captured a second-place podium on Saturday by posting his best lap of the day and went on to finish Sunday with a close third place finish, just 0.432 behind Roberts. “I am very happy how this weekend went. We had a good pace from the beginning and I think it showed. It was overall great to get on the box in both races, giving my team and sponsors some great results after all their hard work and support this season. I will be taking this momentum to New Jersey and look forward to ending the year on a high note,” comments Farris. In the AMA Pro Go Pro Daytona Sportbike class, Meen Motorsports’ rider Jake Lewis started the weekend with his best qualifying of the season, gridding third in the front row. Challenging Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier and Garrett Gerloff, as well as RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s JD Beach, Lewis was able to keep up to speed with the trio, taking home two solid fourth place finishes. “This past weekend was one of best weekends for me and my team this year, despite barley not getting on the box. It felt right running with the front group in both races and learned a lot. We are making good progress and we will definitely build on this weekend into New Jersey,” states Lewis. The Meen Motorsports team will be heading next to The New Jersey Lottery Devil’s Showdown at New Jersey Motorsports Park, September 13-15, 2013. Meen Motorsports would like to thank the following team sponsors for 2013, Yamaha, Graves Motorsports, South Valley Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, San Jose Ear And Sinus, Hawaiian Ola, San Jose Yamaha, Yamaha Generators, Yamalube, Radiomedics, G Squared, DID, Mot Y Designs, Galfer, Vortex, Sharkskinz, Zero Gravity, Apex Mfg, Roclun Int’l (Lewis) and Jon Block Group Sports (Farris). Meen Motorsports is a professional motorcycle racing team established in 2012 formally known as GP Bike Parts Racing (2011). If interested in being a partner/sponsor of Meen Motorsports please contact For more about the team please visit, Become a Facebook Fan, search Meen Motorsports. Follow the team on Twitter and Vine @meenmotorsports, as well as on Instagram @meenmoto.