Watch Both MotoAmerica Superbike Full Races From Round 7 at Sonoma
Head to head racing from California's wine country
For those unaware, MotoAmerica took over the AMA Superbike Series in 2015 and is currently the premier motorcycle road racing series here in the United States. Its primary goal was/is to reinvigorate the sport of motorcycle road racing in North America, and to act as a feeder series to showcase riders and ultimately send them up through the ranks to race against the top-level big boys in World Superbike and MotoGP. Since its establishment in 2015, MotoAmerica has grown and evolved, and there are currently five classes: Superbike, Stock 1000, Supersport, Twins and Junior Cup.
This past weekend hosted Round 7 of the 2018 series at Sonoma Raceway in Northern California, and in case you missed the action, or want to rewatch it, we’ve got both Superbike races in their entirety below for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy…
MotoAmerica races are broadcast live on the beIN Sports Network – also MotoGP and World Superbike.
Gotten a little dull in the Superbike series since CB found his mojo. But it's always great to watch these big bikes rip around America's crazy (but challenging and cool) tracks.
Wayne Rainey has his work cut out though - it's not easy to atttact enough money to entice the country's best regional riders to compete in a national series.
BSB is a role model for in-country motorcycle racing. They have great race day attendance and the riders are known. Motorcycle racing is so exciting...just go watch the last few MotoGP races. Yet, in the US it is so hard to get support for the sport. I think the other issue is that there are many areas of the country where it is near impossible to attend a live race. I live in central Arkansas and the nearest 'real' motorcycle-worthy race track is at least 300 miles away.