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2016 Teams Racers

Graves Motorsports has a long standing tradition of winning motorcycle races. See below and the links to your left for our 2016 race teams and riders. The race team pages contain rider profile pages, pictures, stats and information. Thanks for your support - Graves Motorsports 

2016 Road Racing - Monster Energy / Graves / Yamaha Factory Racing Team 

monster-graves-team-1.jpgThe Yamaha YZF-R1 has won the AMA Superbike Championship for the past six years in a row. Last year, a brand-new R1 Superbike debuted in an all-new racing series--the MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Championship--and it was business as usual for the Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha Superbike team, which is headquartered at Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., in Cypress, California. The phenomenal string of success continued for Yamaha Factory Racing, with Cameron Beaubier and Josh Hayes winning all 18 of the season’s races and Cameron emerging as the 2015 Superbike Champion. For 2016, Cameron will defend his Superbike Championship, first and foremost, against his teammate Josh, who is a legend in the sport with four AMA Superbike Championships of his own, all won while racing a Yamaha R1. Can Cameron or Josh win again, to keep the Yamaha R1 winning streak alive for the seventh year in a row? Keep your eyes on the Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha Factory Racing bLU cRU all season long.

Rider Profiles, Event Schedule and Images at the bottom of this page! 


2016 Road Racing - Yamaha Extended Services / Graves / Yamaha Team 

team-riders-square.jpgteam-bikes-220.jpgOne of the most experienced and successful race teams in the MotoAmerica paddock, Yamaha Extended Service/Graves/Yamaha is operated out of the Graves Motorsports race shop in Van Nuys, California, in partnership with Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. Last year, team riders JD Beach and Garrett Gerloff won 10 of the 15 races on the MotoAmerica Supersport schedule, and JD realized his lifelong dream of winning an AMA professional road racing Championship. For 2016, JD will defend his 2015 MotoAmerica Supersport crown against a formidable field, which includes seasoned veteran and long-time teammate Garrett Gerloff. No two professional road racers have logged more seat time aboard the Yamaha R6 than JD and Garrett, and both riders are more motivated than ever. Look for JD’s #1 and Garrett’s #31 Y.E.S./Graves/Yamaha R6s out front all season long, competing and winning for the Yamaha bLU cRU.

Rider Profiles, Event Schedule and Images at the bottom of this page! 


2016 MOTOAMERICA Road Race Schedule. The MotoAmerica Road Race Series is sanctioned by the AMA and FIM North America. Yamaha riders will be competing in four classes: Superbike and Superstock 1000, which will race together but be scored separately, Supersport (the top 600cc class), and Superstock 600. Visit the MOTOAMERICA website for results and standings throughout the season. 

Race 1-2 April 8-10 Circuit of The Americas Austin, Texas*
Race 3-4 April 15-17 Road Atlanta Braselton, Georgia
Race 5-6 April 29-May 1 New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, New Jersey
Race 7-8 May 13-15 Virginia International Raceway  Alton, Virginia
Race 9-10 June 3-5 Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Race 11-12 June 10-12 Barber Motorsports Park Birmingham, AL
Race 13-14 June 23-25 Utah Motorsports Campus Tooele, Utah
Race 15-16 July 8-10 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California**
Race 17-18 September 9-11 New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, New Jersey

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