MotoAmerica: BARTCON Racing Switching From Supersport To Twins

MotoAmerica: BARTCON Racing Switching From Supersport To Twins

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

BARTCON Racing is switching from the MotoAmerica Supersport class to the Twins Cup class for 2022.

“After much soul-searching and considering the recent changes in the Supersport class we have decided to field an entry in the Twins Cup for the 2022 season,” BARTCON Racing owner Colin Barton wrote in an email to “We will, of course, retain our young South African rider Dominic Doyle, who will compete in what is sure to be a very exciting class this season. A season that will boast a grid overloaded with super talent which will include some of our closest MotoAmerica family friends and riders such as Jackson Blackmon, Anthony Mazziotto, Jody Barry & Cory Ventura but to name a few. So, you can be rest assured that the 2022 Twins Cup class is going to be a scorcher.

“Dominic will be riding aboard a Yamaha R7 built by our very own Sam McDonald, of SA Moto, under long-standing crew chief Mike Skowroneck of Triple Strong Racing and BARTCON Racing General Manager Peter ‘Uncle Pete’ Fitzpatrick.

“We are also stoked and delighted to announce that Mark ‘Doctor D’ Dekutoski will be once again part of our program as one of our main/primary sponsors. We will also continue to support and promote The Wounded Warrior Project along with the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation.

“Keep an eye out for more upcoming news from BARTCON Racing for the 2022 season.”

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