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January 16-17
February 20
March 5-6, 12
April 2
May 7, 14
June 5-11
July 9-10
August 13, 14
September 3-4, 10
October 2, 8
November 6, 12
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Results AND Points are current as of May round.
We will be adding a Superstreet class for our June 11-12 weekend. Rules are as
follows:
1. Any 500cc or larger motorcycle
2. All lights and mirrors must be taped up or removed
3. Rider may not be a licensed racer with any organization
4. Tires must be street tires, no DOT race tires allowed in class to keep it affordable.
5. Full gear is needed, we have 15 sets of loaner leathers.
$125.00 includes Saturday trackday, intro school, one weekend race license, and
Superstreet class entry.
SuperStreet Pre-Entry
NEW! We now have an online store, including electronic entry for races and
trackdays as well as shirts and other things! Click below for our new online store.

Online Pre Entry's
Online Tire and Accessory Store.
Brown Doubles Again  
June 12, 2016
Jason Brown took two more wins at the fourth round of the Arroyo Seco
Motorcyclist Association Championship Series. In an almost duplicate of the April
3rd round, the last time the races were held on the Clockwise direction, Brown won
2 out of the 3 premier unlimited races.
In the Kurveygirl.com Unlimited SuperStock race, Brown took the holeshot followed
by Mikey Shreve and David Hurtado. The top 3 stayed within a second of each
other for the entire race, but with all riders turning in lap times that were all within a
tenth of each other, there were no passes for the duration of the race. In Amateur
Unlimited Superstock action, Joe Chasser was able to pull out a significant lead over
runner up Anthony Gipson and James Yogi.
All eyes watched the start of the Evan Steel Performance Formula Arroyo race, as
the top 3 riders are all within a couple points, and the action has been excellent all
season between them. Once again, Jason Brown took the holeshot followed by
Mikey Shreve and Eric Sotomayor, while points leader and two time winner this
season David Hurtado was down in 7th place after a poor start. On lap 2 Hurtado
was up to 4th and closing in on Sotomayor, making the pass on lap 3 to get into a
podium spot and towing Sotomayor and Thibault Few  towards the lead duo of
Brown and Shreve to once again make a 5 rider battle for the win. Unfortunately
Few suffered brake fade the following lap and was unable to continue.
Following 6 laps of probing for a pass, Mikey Shreve took a different line and out
drove Brown down the back straight and into the lead, but less than a lap later ran
wide into Yucca and Brown was able to take back the position at the front. Shreve
recovered in time to keep his position. At that point, the finishing position was set
with Brown taking his 2nd ever ESP Formula Arroyo win, Shreve taking his 4th
runner up finish in 4 tries and Hurtado taking another podium spot.  Eric Sotomayor
made a great return to racing, finishing 4th and returning veteran Tom Savoca was
another rider to up his game and get into the 1:09 lap times, taking 5th place.
Joe Janiga took home wins in Middleweight SuperStock and Middleweight
Superbike, riding with an injured hand from the May ASMA round. Janiga won both
races comfortably over Dan Dickerman and Greg Talbot respectively.
Thibault Few got a win after brake problems earlier in the day, finishing ahead of
Tom Savoca and Josh Kauffman in the Twigs Jewels Unlimited Superbike race.  
The Arroyo Seco Motorcyclist Association will take two months of racing off,
returning September 10-11th for the second half of the year. We would like to thank
all of our riders, crew, and family members that make it possible for us to do what
we’re passionate about.
Formula Arroyo by Evan Steel Performance
1.        Jason Brown (Suz GSXR1000)
2.        Mikey Shreve (Yam YZF-R1)
3.        David Hurtado (Kaw ZX10R)
4.        Eric Sotomayor (Suz GSXR1000)
5.        Tom Savoca (Kaw ZX10R)
6.        Josh Kauffman (Yam YZF-R1)
Formula Amateur by Speedcell
1.        Anthony Gipson (Suz GSXR1000)
2.        Joe Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600rr)
4.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        Jonathan Cortez (Bmw S1000R)
6.        Brent Morrison (Yam YZF-R1)
Kurveygirl.com Unlimited SuperStock:
1.        Jason Brown (Suz GSXR1000)
2.        Mikey Shreve (Yam YZF-R1)
3.        David Hurtado (Kaw ZX10R)
4.        Thibault Few (Kaw ZX10R)
5.        Eric Sotomayor (Suz GSXR1000)
6.        Tom Savoca (Kaw ZX10R)
Kurveygirl.com Unlimited SuperStock Amateur:
1.        Joe Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Anthony Gipson (Suz GSXR1000)
3.        James Yogi (Hon CBR600RR)
4.        Matt Hacker (Suz GSXR750)
5.        Daniel Junick (Bmw S1000R)
6.        Jonny Cortez (Bmw S1000R)
Beginner:
1.        Jonny Cortez (Bmw S1000R)
2.        Orion Johnson (Yam YZF-R1)
3.        John Quintana (Kaw ZX6R)
4.        Roberto Marrufo (Hon CBR600RR)
5.        Oscar Ybarra (Suz GSXR600)
6.        Frank Bauer (Hon CBR600RR)
Formula 40 by Southwest Suzuki Kawasaki
1.        Tom Savoca (Kaw ZX10R)
2.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Josh Kauffman (Yam YZF-R1)
4.        Ken Murray (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)
6.        Daniel Junick (Bmw S1000R)
Middleweight Superstock by Law Tigers
1.        Joe Janiga (Kaw ZX6R)
2.        Daniel Dickerman (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Tim Byma (Suz GSXR600)
5.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)
Middleweight Superstock Amateur by Law Tigers
1.        Joe Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600rr)
3.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
4.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        James Yogi (Hon CBR600rr)
6.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600rr)
Lightweight Superbike
1.        Mike Sobjak (Suz SV650)
2.        Robert Roach (KTM 390)
3.        Anthony Gipson (Kaw 250)
4.        Tony Tavitas (Kaw 250)
5.        Scott Cloniger (Kaw 250)
6.        Leif Munson (Kaw 250)
Superstreet
1.        Orion Johnson (Hon CBR600RR)
2.        Robert Marrufo (Hon CBR600RR)
3.        Frank Bauer (Hon CBR600RR)
Lightweight Grand Prix
1.        Mike Sobjak (Suz SV650)
2.        Robert Roach (KTM 390)
3.        Tony Tavitas (Kaw 250)
4.        Erick Rhodes (Hon CBR250)
5.        Scott Cloniger (Kaw 250)
6.        Andrew Malinowski (Kaw 300)
Middleweight Superbike by ASMA Racing
1.        Joe Janiga (Kaw ZX6R)
2.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Dan Dickerman (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Ken Murray (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)
6.        Tim Byma (Suz GSXR600)
Middleweight Superbike Amateur
1.        Joe Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        James Yogi (Hon CBR600rr)
3.        Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600rr)
4.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
6.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600rr)
Southwest Thunder
1.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
2.        Robert Roach (KTM 390)
3.        Justin Brown (Kaw 250)
4.        Tony Tavitas (Kaw 250)
5.        Loren Jury (Kaw 250)
6.        Scott Cloniger (Kaw 250)
Ultra Light Cup
1.        Robert Roach (KTM 390)
2.        Justin Brown (Kaw 250)
3.        Tony Tavitas (Kaw 250)
4.        Loren Jury (Yam R3)
5.        Scott Cloniger (Kaw 250)
6.        Leif Munson (Kaw 250)
Unlimited Superbike by Twigs Jewels
1.        Thibault Few (Kaw ZX10R)
2.        Tom Savoca (Kaw ZX10R)
3.        Josh Kauffman (Yam YZF-R1)
4.        Lorenzo Thomas (Kaw ZX10R)
Unlimited Superbike Amateur
1.        Anthony Gipson (Suz GSXR1000)
2.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Matt Hacker (Suz GSXR750)
4.        Alissa Fergueson (Suz GSXR600)
5.        Daniel Junick (BMW S1000r)
6.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600rr)