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Dec 27, 2001

Who Is Riding What In 2002 AMA Road Racing Series

Silly Season Scorecard
2002 AMA Season


Superbike:

Universal Studios/American Honda:
Miguel Duhamel
Nicky Hayden

Erion Honda:
Kurtis Roberts

Kawasaki:
Eric Bostrom

Yamaha:
Anthony Gobert

Yoshimura Suzuki:
Mat Mladin
Aaron Yates
Jamie Hacking

HMC Ducati:
Pascal Picotte

Harley-Davidson:
R.I.P.

Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki:
Chris Ulrich (selected rounds only)

Experienced Superbike Riders Still Available:
Doug Chandler, Scott Russell and Larry Pegram.



600cc Supersport:

Universal Studios/American Honda:
Miguel Duhamel (Daytona only)
Nicky Hayden (Daytona only)

Erion Honda:
Mike Hale
Roger Lee Hayden
Kurtis Roberts (Daytona only)

Bruce Transportation Group Honda:
Jake Zemke
Alex Gobert

Kawasaki:
Tommy Hayden
Tony Meiring

Yamaha:
Anthony Gobert
Damon Buckmaster
Aaron Gobert

Yoshimura Suzuki:
Aaron Yates
Jamie Hacking

Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki:
Josh Hayes
Tom Kipp
Chris Ulrich (selected rounds only)

Attack Suzuki:
Jason Pridmore
Ben Spies

Corona Extra Suzuki:
Steve Rapp

Arclight Suzuki (six rounds only):
Lee Acree
Craig Connell

PJ1/Team Turfrey/Tech Star Industries (manufacturer TBA)
Michael Hannas, II
Second rider TBA



Formula Xtreme:

Erion Honda:
Mike Hale
Roger Lee Hayden

Bruce Transportation Group Honda:
Jake Zemke
Alex Gobert

Graves Motorsports Yamaha:
Damon Buckmaster
Aaron Gobert

Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki:
Josh Hayes
Tom Kipp
Chris Ulrich (selected rounds only)

Corona Extra Suzuki:
Steve Rapp

Attack Suzuki:
Jason Pridmore
Ben Spies

Synergy Racing Technologies (Manufacturer TBA):
Shawn Higbee
Matt Wait
Marc Palazzo



750cc Supersport:

Corona Extra Suzuki:
Jimmy Moore

Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki:
Chris Ulrich

Hooters Suzuki:
TBA
TBA

Arclight Suzuki (six rounds only):
Lee Acree
Craig Connell



250cc Grand Prix:

Team Oliver Yamaha:
Rich Oliver
Perry Melneciuc

Stargel Racing Aprilia:
Chuck Sorensen



Pro Thunder:

Munroe Motors Ducati:
Thomas Montano