Second full season of MotoAmerica competition awaits for Hayden Bicknese
Fifteen-year-old Hayden Bicknese is excited to announce that he will be back on the grid in 2022, competing in his second full season of MotoAmerica Junior Cup racing at prominent circuits throughout the US.
Hoping to build upon his 12th-place finish in the overall standings of the 2021 season, in which the #69 raced to three P7s, Hayden will compete under the banner of the Bicknese Racing Team, with his father Randy in the role of Crew Chief, in his sophomore year. In addition, Bicknese will also partner with a solid support team of industry leaders and experts including Spears Racing, CJR Performance, Velocity Calibrations to name just three. He is understandably excited for the upcoming season to begin.
Spears Racing will provide engine technology and product specification and support to the program, whilst CJR Performance will be responsible for final engine tuning and technical data support. Velocity Calibrations will provide the squad with both in-shop and trackside assistance relating to suspension & chassis services.
Off season rider training and new bike preparation and development is the primary focus for Hayden going into the 2022 MotoAmerica Junior Cup season. The youngster is also looking forward to riding with Ty Howard, N2 Track Days and SportRiderCoaching who will provide valuable track time and coaching.
Hayden Bicknese: “I have been working really hard since the season finished and I will continue to work hard through the off season to make sure I am physically and mentally ready for 2022. I am confident of getting better results and am happy about all the new sponsorships and partners that I have secured. Thank you to everyone who is helping me and see you at round one!”
Greg Spears – Spears Racing: “We are excited to be working with Hayden this year. He is an amazing young man and a great up and coming talent.”