Last year the Twins Cup Series consisted of nine races with the Stock 1000 class lining up eight times. For 2019, both will get the opportunity to compete in 11 races.
“We were pleased with the two new classes last year,” said MotoAmerica President Wayne Rainey. “Twins Cup and Stock 1000 were well represented and both classes were growing at each of the races in 2018. We are looking forward to competitive racing in each class and we are happy that we can give these guys more track time and more opportunities to race in the coming season.”
The new schedule will see the Twins Cup race twice at the opening round at Road Atlanta (April 5-7) and twice at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex (August 23-25) round. The Stock 1000 class will race twice at the Road America round (May 31-June 2) and the season finale at Barber Motorsports Park (September 20-22). The two classes will race once at the remaining rounds with the exception of the MotoAmerica round at Circuit of The Americas, which is a Superbike-only event.
The provisional 2019 MotoAmerica schedule is as follows:
April 5-7: Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia
April 12-14: Circuit of The Americas, Austin Texas
May 4-5: Virginia International Raceway, Alton, Virginia
May 31-June 2: Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
June 15-16: Utah Motorsports Campus, Grantsville, Utah
July 12-14: WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, California
August 10-11: Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma, California
August 23-25: Pittsburgh International Race Complex, Wampum, Pennsylvania
September 7-8: New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, New Jersey
September 20-22: Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham, Alabama
MotoAmerica is the North American road racing series created in 2014 that is home to the AMA Superbike Championship. MotoAmerica is an affiliate of KRAVE Group LLC, a partnership that includes three-time 500cc World Champion, two-time AMA Superbike Champion, and AMA Hall of Famer Wayne Rainey, ex-racer and former manager of Team Roberts Chuck Aksland, motorsports marketing executive Terry Karges, and businessman Richard Varner. For more information on MotoAmerica, visit www.MotoAmerica.com. Also make sure to follow MotoAmerica on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.