Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing and Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. are pleased to report its MotoAmerica Superbike riders for 2019. Riding by and by for the group this coming season will be Toni Elias, the 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike Champion and previous Moto2 World Champion. Joining the group out of the blue is Josh Herrin, the 2013 AMA Superbike Champion.

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The blending of Elias and Herrin, both riding the amazing Suzuki GSX-R1000, will make for a powerhouse squad. It will stamp the first run through Yoshimura Suzuki has included two MotoAmerica/AMA Superbike Champions under a similar tent since 2008, when Mat Mladin and Ben Spies were partners.


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Elias is intending to win back the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship in 2019. He’s falling off a strong crusade that saw him fight for the title a large portion of the year and gain the qualification of scoring the most MotoAmerica Superbike wins of 2018. Elias, who won the title in 2017 with Yoshimura Suzuki, has rapidly turned out to be one of the unequaled elites of the arrangement in only three seasons with the group. In that three-year length, he’s been the best rider in MotoAmerica Superbike. He additionally turned into the quickest rider in history to achieve the elite 20-win club. He comes into 2019 with 25-profession wins.

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