Multiple FIM North America Championships wrapped up in September
PICKERINGTON, Ohio (Oct. 5, 2022) — The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme North America (FIM NA) congratulates the FIM NA-sanctioned class champions crowned at the final two rounds of this year’s MotoAmerica Series.
“The 2022 season has been a great success,” said FIM NA President Rob Dingman, “and the champions at its conclusion are worthy of the honors they worked hard to earn.”
Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Jake Gagne won the Medallia AMA Superbike Championship for a second consecutive year, clinching the title with a second-place finish Sunday.
Earlier in the month, Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati NYC’s Josh Herrin secured the 2022 MotoAmerica Supersport Championship at New Jersey Motorsports Park on Sept. 10. The title marked Herrin’s third overall and first in the class.
Tytlers Cycle/RideHVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander also wrapped up his title — the Yuasa Stock 1000 Championship — in New Jersey earlier in September.
In the 2022 Mini Cup by Motul Championship, the 160cc class was won by Nathan Gouker. By winning the 160cc class, Gouker, along with second place finisher Ryder Davis, will represent FIM NA in the FIM MiniGP World Series Final in Valencia, Spain, on Nov. 1.