Mar 20, 2013
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From a press release
issued by RFC
AMA Pro racer Ryan Kerr (28) in action. Photo by Hot Shots by Lisa.
A SEASON OF EXCITING CHANGES FOR AMA PRO MOTORCYCLE ROAD RACER RYAN KERR AND THE RYAN KERR RACING TEAM
Johnstown, Ohio (March 20, 2013) Ryan Kerr and the Ryan Kerr Racing Team were unable to be present at the AMA Pro Road Racing season opener at Daytona Motor Speedway. Throughout the past few seasons, Kerr has been a top contender in the AMA Pro Super Sport East coast series but Kerr has his sights set on finishing requirements to be granted his AMA Pro superbike license. Kerr states, "My dream has always been to compete in the superbike class and I am in the final stages of earning
points to obtain my license and become an AMA superbike competitor in the 2013 season."
Ryan Kerr and the Ryan Kerr Racing team have spent the off season preparing for the transition to the superbike class. Last month, Kerr conducted bike testing on his Suzuki GSX-R1000's at Jennings GP with great results. Early March, Kerr competed in a points earning race in Savannah, Georgia where he lead the pack to a first place win! Ryan Kerr and the Ryan Kerr Racing Team will travel to South Carolina in April for more superbike points earning races.
Finally, Ryan Kerr would like for all of his fans to join the team! Become a member of the Ryan Kerr Fan Club by checking out his website at . Also, take the time to like the Ryan Kerr Racing facebook fan page to get the latest information about Ryan and his racing career.
"I am hoping for a great fan turnout at the races this year and would like to invite everyone to join my fan club and facebook fan page and be a part of my team. Without my family, friends, and fans I would not be able to be fulfilling my dream!"
Ryan Kerr is sponsored by RFC, KobieC.com, Sunstar, Arai, EBC Brakes, K-Tech, Held, Motonation, MJ USA, 614 Paintworx, M J MotoGear, Mid Ohio School, Digital Impressions, HEL, M4, and Dynojet.