Toni Elias is one of the most versatile road racers of his era. Consider his record: Elias won at every level of Motorcycle Grand Prix competition, including winning the Moto2 World Championship in 2010 and scoring a race victory in MotoGP in 2006. To say Elias made a seamless transition to racing in MotoAmerica Superbike racing would be an understatement. Upon entering the championship in 2016 he immediately won and became a championship contender.With the introduction of the sixth generation of the legendary Suzuki GSX-R1000 in 2017, Elias had the weapon he needed to win the championship. He not only won, he dominated, scoring podium finishes in all but two races in the 18-race series, including scoring a series-leading 10 victories on the way to claiming the 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship. In 2018, Elias scored a remarkable nine victories, earning him the distinction of scoring the most MotoAmerica Superbike wins in 2018.

Jason Aguilar will go down as the last-ever Superstock 600 Champion as he took the title in the last year of the class. That forced Aguilar to
move to the Supersport class where he finished 10th in last year’s title chase with a best result of fifth place (twice). Aguilar will take another crack at the Supersport class in 2019 on his Team CL Auto/RiderzLaw Yamaha YZF-R6.

Abraham García will go down as the last-ever Superstock 600 Champi- on as he took the title in the last year of the class. That forced Aguilar to move to the Supersport class where he finished 10th in last year’s title chase with a best result of fifth place (twice). Aguilar will take another crack at the Supersport class in 2019 on his Team CL Auto/RiderzLaw Yamaha YZF-R6. …