Laguna Seca World Superbike Battle (1998)
Yamaha’s Nori Haga leads a talented group of riders through the Corkscrew in the 1998 World Superbike Championship round at Laguna Seca Raceway. Giving chase to Haga in race one are Doug Chandler (No. 110), Akira Yanagawa (No. 4), Mat Mladin (66), Carl Fogarty (2), Aaron Slight (No. 111) and Jamie Hacking (No. 92).  (Henny Abrams photo)

Yamaha’s Nori Haga leads a talented group of riders through the Corkscrew in the 1998 World Superbike Championship round at Laguna Seca Raceway. Giving chase to Haga in WSBK race one are Doug Chandler (No. 110), Akira Yanagawa (No. 4), Mat Mladin (66), Carl Fogarty (2), Aaron Slight (No. 111) and Jamie Hacking (No. 92).…

Mid-America Speedway in Indianapolis Set to Host Rounds 11 & 12 of the 2016 AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship Series on August 12 &13
Mike Cashaat's beautiful #76K Honda Elsinore was one of many of the great bikes of yesteryear running at the 2015 Mid-America Speedway round of the 2015 AMA Vintage Dirt Track National Championship in Indianapolis in August '15. (Photos by Mike 'Stu' Stuhler/Stu's Shots)

(NEWS RELEASE) Indianapolis, IN. – August 4, 2016 – Mid-America Speedway in Indianapolis is set to host rounds 11 & 12 of the on Friday, August 12 & Saturday, August 13. This will be our 4th annual hosting of this great event, and the first time that we will host a doubleheader round for this…

Rookie Kevin Erion Wins Pro Twins Modified Production Championship
Kevin Erion celebrates his race and championship victory at the 1988 AMA Pro Twins Modified Production season finale at Sears Point with second-place Aaron Rueger pouring champagne on Erion’s head, with third-place Ward Rodgers popping the cork as well. Erion won the title in his rookie season. (Henny Ray Abrams photo)

Kevin Erion was a rookie pro in 1988, but that didn’t stop him from beating out veteran Pro Twins campaigner Pete Johnson for the 1988 AMA Pro Twins Modified Production Championship. Erion raced a Two Brothers Ducati F1 to that year’s title. This podium photo is from the season finale at Sears Point with second-place…

Jeff Cole, Miguel Duhamel, Jack Johnson will be inducted into AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in October
Miguel Duhamel will be among those inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame this year. (Courtesy AMA)

(NEWS RELEASE) AMA announces competition category inductees for Class of 2016   PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Revolutionary frame builder Jeff Cole, AMA road racing legend Miguel Duhamel and desert racer Jack Johnson will be inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame at a ceremony to be held in Orlando, Fla., this October. “Jack Johnson, Jeff…