Ulrich Wins Laguna 750 Supersport (2001)
Chris Ulrich celebrates his victory in the AMA 750 Supersport race at Laguna Seca in 2001. Ulrich, who just announced his retirement from full-time pro racing, left a lasting legacy in the sport during his racing days through his constant efforts to promote road racing. (Henny Abrams photo)

With the recent announcement of Chris Ulrich’s retirement from full-time pro racing, I thought it would be fun to find a photo of his first AMA Pro National victory and I found one. This shot is from when Ulrich won the AMA 750 Supersport race at Laguna Seca in July of 2001. Ulrich was a…

Scott Parker Talks Sacramento Mile and Clash of the Titans III
Scott Parker clinched the 1988 title at the Sacramento Mile and the team celebrated with a giant cake. Of course seconds after this cover photo was taken by photographer Mitch Friedman it turned into a massive food fight.

(NEWS RELEASE) Cal Expo to Host AMA Pro Flat Track Event and “Springer vs Parker” on May 21 SACRAMENTO, CA (April 29, 2016) – Scott Parker had some of his most memorable AMA Grand National victories on the legendary Sacramento Mile and on Saturday, May 21, he will return to Cal Expo to take part…

Chris Ulrich Announces Retirement From MotoAmerica Superbike Competition
Chris Ulrich, 36, has announced that he is retiring from MotoAmerica Superbike competition, effective immediately. (Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy of Team Hammer, Inc.)

(NEWS RELEASE) Chris Ulrich has announced that he is retiring from MotoAmerica Superbike competition, effective immediately. Ulrich sat out the two Superbike races at Road Atlanta a week ago Sunday after aggravating a shoulder that has been injured multiple times during the last decade, most recently when he crashed during pre-season testing at COTA. At age…

YOSHIMURA SUZUKI FACTORY RACING’S VIDEO RACE REPORT – ROAD ATLANTA MOTOAMERICA

Check out the behind the scenes action of Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing’s Roger Hayden, Jake Lewis replacement rider Toni Elias, and their team at the 2016 MotoAmerica event at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA.