MotoAmerica: Brother-And-Sister Team Contesting Junior Cup Championship

MotoAmerica: Brother-And-Sister Team Contesting Junior Cup Championship

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Fernandez Racing:

Fernandez Racing Siblings Gear Up for 2024 MotoAmerica Junior Cup

Fernandez Racing is more than a team—it’s a passion. Founded by their parents, Alan and Carolyn Fernandez in 2019, the team embodies passion, resilience, and the pursuit of excellence.

“Racing is in our blood,” team owner Alan Fernandez reflects on his racing experience as he sees the same passion for racing in his children.

Jayden and Juliana Fernandez carry the torch forward, racing not only for themselves but for the love of family and the thrill of the track.

Title sponsor Inspection Specialties owner Mike Rinow states, “This will be an exciting year for the team, and I am excited to see Jayden and Juliana ride on the track together. Jayden has been focused and training hard this year, and Juliana I believe is going to do great!”

The sibling riders raced together in the 2020 and 2021 MotoAmerica Mini Cup series, and Jayden raced in the 2022 MotoAmerica North America Talent Cup. The dynamic brother-and-sister duo is set to ignite the racetracks once again in the 2024 MotoAmerica Junior Cup. With a shared passion for speed, adrenaline, and family camaraderie, Jayden and Juliana confident to leave their tire marks on the track.


Jayden Fernandez (13). Photo by, courtesy Fernandez Racing.
Jayden Fernandez (13). Photo by, courtesy Fernandez Racing.


Jayden Fernandez, the seasoned 16-year-old rider, returns to the MotoAmerica Junior Cup after an impressive sixth-place Championship finish last year. His Kawasaki Ninja 400 sped across the finish line, securing two podiums late in the season last year and earning the respect of fellow competitors and spectators. Jayden’s determination and strategic skill promise an exciting season ahead.

“I am looking forward to another great year riding in the Junior Cup series, and I am excited to fight for the top spot of the box!” says Jayden.

Last year’s close calls fuel his hunger for the podium’s top step. Armed with experience and a finely tuned Kawasaki, he aims to outpace his rivals and rewrite his story this year.


Juliana Fernandez (19). Photo by, courtesy Fernandez Racing.
Juliana Fernandez (19). Photo by, courtesy Fernandez Racing.


Juliana Fernandez, at just 14 years old, steps into the spotlight as the team’s rookie sensation this year after winning two championships last year with MRA. Her initial journey in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup is a testament to her raw talent and relentless drive in the sport. She’s ready to carve her own path on the asphalt and make a name for herself and for the team. Juliana’s debut this year is a symphony of nerves and excitement.

“I am excited to ride on new tracks this year and learn more about them. I am also excited to see my race friends again and ride alongside them,” states Juliana.

As one of the youngest riders on the grid, she embraces the challenge.

The 2024 season promises heart-pounding action, and Fernandez Racing is primed for battle.

“We still have a lot of work to do but the kids have been putting in laps. We’ve been testing bikes and working hard to kick start the season right. We have high expectations going into the season, and I believe we put together a winning package this year,” says Alan.

The MotoAmerica Junior Cup schedule features six rounds, each a crucible of skill, strategy, and adrenaline. From New Jersey Motorsports Park to the legendary Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, the Fernandez siblings will chase victory lap after lap.

Follow Fernandez Racing on social media as they share behind-the-scenes glimpses, heart-stopping race moments, and the unbreakable bond that fuels their quest. Witness the sibling synergy, the roar of engines, and the taste of victory.

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