AMA/FIM North America Congratulates 2022 Racing Champions

AMA/FIM North America Congratulates 2022 Racing Champions

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By FIM North America:

FIM North America Congratulates 2022 Champions

Multiple FIM North America Championships wrapped up in September

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme North America (FIM NA) congratulates the FIM NA-sanctioned class champions crowned at the final two rounds of this year’s MotoAmerica Series.

“The 2022 season has been a great success,” said FIM NA President Rob Dingman, “and the champions at its conclusion are worthy of the honors they worked hard to earn.”

Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Jake Gagne won the Medallia AMA Superbike Championship for a second consecutive year, clinching the title with a second-place finish Sunday.

Earlier in the month, Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati NYC’s Josh Herrin secured the 2022 MotoAmerica Supersport Championship at New Jersey Motorsports Park on Sept. 10. The title marked Herrin’s third overall and first in the class.

Tytlers Cycle/RideHVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander also wrapped up his title — the Yuasa Stock 1000 Championship — in New Jersey earlier in September.

In the 2022 Mini Cup by Motul Championship, the 160cc class was won by Nathan Gouker. By winning the 160cc class, Gouker, along with second place finisher Ryder Davis, will represent FIM NA in the FIM MiniGP World Series Final in Valencia, Spain, on Nov. 1.

About the FIM North America

FIM North America is one of six Continental Unions (CONUs) recognized as geographical subdivisions and accountable to the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). It was founded in 1998. The national federations who are members of FIM North America are, by virtue of their geographical area and their membership in the FIM, the American Motorcyclist Association and the Canadian Motorcycle Association. FIM North America establishes an annual calendar of Continental Championship events and other activities and declares champions in designated disciplines and classes. Its member federations issue CONU licenses to riders participating in FIM NA events as well as those who are participating in Continental Championship events organized in other CONUs. For more information, visit fim-northamerica.com.

 

 

 

More, from another press release issued by FIM North America:

North America Talent Cup Completes Inaugural Season with Worthy Champion

Alessandro Di Mario becomes first title-winner

 

Alessandro Di Mario. Photo by Fast Glass Media, courtesy NATC.
Alessandro Di Mario. Photo by Fast Glass Media, courtesy NATC.

 

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme North America (FIM NA) congratulates Alessandro Di Mario on being crowned the 2022 North America Talent Cup Champion.

“The inaugural season of the North America Talent Cup was a huge success and a great standard was set,” said FIM NA President Rob Dingman. “The competition was exciting to the very end and Alessandro Di Mario proved to be a deserving champion.”

Di Mario edged out runner-up Jesse Shedden by a single point in the final standings to become the first North America Talent Cup (NATC) champion.

The inaugural season of the NATC concluded alongside the final round of the MotoAmerica Series at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala.

The NATC — a collaborative effort between MotoAmerica and Dorna with Rise Moto providing coordination and sanctioned by FIM North America and the AMA — is designed to be a stepping stone between the FIM North America Mini Cup Series and the FIM European Talent Cup or Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup. The inaugural season spanned seven rounds and included riders between the ages of 13 and 16.

About the FIM North America

FIM North America is one of six Continental Unions (CONUs) recognized as geographical subdivisions and accountable to the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). It was founded in 1998. The national federations who are members of FIM North America are, by virtue of their geographical area and their membership in the FIM, the American Motorcyclist Association and the Canadian Motorcycle Association. FIM North America establishes an annual calendar of Continental Championship events and other activities and declares champions in designated disciplines and classes. Its member federations issue CONU licenses to riders participating in FIM NA events as well as those who are participating in Continental Championship events organized in other CONUs. For more information, visit fim-northamerica.com.

 

 

 

More, from a press release issued by AMA:

Champions Crowned at MotoAmerica Finale

Gagne takes AMA Superbike title, others win support classes

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association congratulates the champions crowned at the MotoAmerica Series finale at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala.

The 2022 season’s final event, which ran Sept. 23-25, wrapped up the Medallia AMA Superbike Championship and five support-class titles. Two of the three Mini Cup by Motul classes were also decided on the track in the season finale.

“The 2022 season finale was action packed and full of excitement,” said AMA Track Racing Manager Ken Saillant. “After a year full of hard work and spectacular performances, it is great to see a group of winners who embody what it means to be a champion.”

Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Jake Gagne won the Medallia AMA Superbike Championship for a second consecutive year as he clinched the title with a second-place finish Sept. 25.

Alpha Omega Kawasaki’s Cody Wyman and Rodio Racing Kawasaki’s Gus Rodio finished the SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup season tied at 285 points, but Wyman took the championship because of the tiebreaker that is determined by total season wins.

The REV’IT! Twins Cup was claimed by N2 Racing/BobbleHeadMoto’s Blake Davis, who rode his late-season momentum to the title. The 16-year-old rider entered the finale ahead by 15 points and his fourth-place finish Sept. 25 was good enough to hold on for the championship.

Earlier in the month, Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati NYC’s Josh Herrin secured the 2022 MotoAmerica Supersport Championship at New Jersey Motorsports Park on Sept. 10. The title marked Herrin’s third overall and first in the class.

Tytlers Cycle/RideHVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander also wrapped up his title — the Yuasa Stock 1000 Championship — in New Jersey earlier in September.

Mission Foods/S&S Cycle/Indian Challenger Team’s Tyler O’Hara ended his season by winning both the 2022 MotoAmerica Mission King of the Baggers Championship and the Super Hooligans Championship.

In the 2022 Mini Cup by Motul Championship, the 110cc and 160cc classes were won by Nathan Gouker. The 190cc title was claimed by Kensei Matsudaira.

By winning the 160cc class, Gouker, along with second place finisher Ryder Davis, will represent FIM NA in the FIM MiniGP World Series Final in Valencia, Spain, on Nov. 1.

The conclusion of the inaugural North America Talent Cup (NATC) happened alongside the final round of the MotoAmerica Series at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala., and Alessandro Di Mario edged out runner-up Jesse Shedden by a single point in the final standings to become the first NATC champion.

The NATC — which is a collaborative effort between MotoAmerica and Dorna with Rise Moto providing coordination and sanctioned by FIM North America and the AMA — is designed to be a stepping stone between the FIM North America Mini Cup Series and the FIM European Talent Cup or Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup. The inaugural season spanned seven rounds and included riders between the ages of 13 and 16.

2022 MotoAmerica Series results:

Medallia AMA Superbike

1. Jake Gagne

2. Danilo Petrucci

3. Cameron Petersen

Supersport

1. Josh Herrin

2. Rocco Landers

3. Tyler Scott

SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup

1. Cody Wyman

2. Gus Rodio

3. Kayla Yaakov

Yuasa Stock 1000

1. Corey Alexander

2. Hayden Gillim

3. Travis Wyman

REV’IT! Twins Cup

1. Blake Davis

2. Jody Barry

3. Anthony Mazziotto

Mission King of the Baggers

1. Tyler O’Hara

2. Travis Wyman

3. Kyle Wyman

RSD Super Hooligan

1. Tyler O’Hara

2. Cory West

3. Andy DiBrino

About the American Motorcyclist Association

Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders’ interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. Besides offering members money-saving discounts on products and services, the AMA also publishes American Motorcyclist, a recently revitalized and monthly full-color magazine (and digital version of same) that covers current events and motorcycle history with brilliant photography and compelling writing. American Motorcyclist is also North America’s largest-circulation magazine. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

Not a member? Join the AMA today: AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

 

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