Miller and Adams Break up AHRMA Classic Cup Wins* at AHRMA Traditional MotoFest™ of Monterey
(July 20, 2022, Elora, Tennessee) – Mark Miller and Curtis Adams cut up wins throughout the newest rounds of the 2022 American Historic Racing Bike Affiliation (AHRMA) Classic Cup at Laguna Seca.
Rounds 15 and 16 of the 2022 Bridgestone Tires AHRMA Nationwide Historic Cup Roadracing Sequence throughout the AHRMA Traditional MotoFest™ of Monterey have been held at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA July 16 and 17.
The 2022 Classic Cup, sponsored by RoadracingWorld.com, options the Classic Superbike Heavyweight class. With many of the sequence regulars not taking part in these West Coast rounds, the rostrum was stuffed with quick racers from California.
On Saturday, Mark Miller, who was aboard a 1979 Kawasaki KZ1000, led the opening laps as Curtis Adams of Riverside, CA labored to reel him in. On lap 5, Adams took the lead, however Miller pounced popping out of flip eleven to take the victory. Darrin Gauvin rounded out the highest three aboard his 1981 Honda CB900F.
Following the race, Saturday’s outcomes have been made provisional pending an official enchantment filed by Miller’s staff after one other competitor protested the eligibility of the machine. AHRMA officers are at the moment reviewing the protest beneath the enchantment course of.
On Sunday, Kevin Rammer, aboard a 1982 Honda CB650SC, took the opening shot however Adams was in a position to take the lead by the tip of the primary lap and trip to victory. California rider, David Crussell was second and Rammer third. Rammer, of Newnan, Georgia, earned worthwhile factors as he’s at the moment second within the factors lead for the general Classic Cup title.
“The race at present on Sunday was a possibility to exit and check some tires,” Adams mentioned. “AHRMA modified the foundations this yr permitting slicks on this class so we have been working with Bridgestone to offer suggestions that can assist the sequence and different riders. We needed to run a superb tempo simply to do some testing.”
Whereas Adams is comparatively new to AHRMA, he has a long time of racing expertise. “A pair years in the past I wished to trip one thing. AHRMA placed on a superb present at Willow Springs, so I constructed somewhat single to go trip at an AHRMA occasion and hang around with everyone and provides me a cause to be there,” Adams mentioned. Throughout 2020, and nearly by likelihood, he was in a position to buy his CB750F. “As soon as we owned it, we mentioned ‘let’s see how far this goes.’”
The Classic Superbike Heavyweight class is sponsored by Worldwide CBX Homeowners Affiliation (ICOA).
Race dates and occasion registration hyperlinks can be found at: https://www.ahrma.org/schedules-results/
AHRMA Nationwide Historic Cup Roadracing Sequence Classic Superbike Heavyweight – Classic Cup Outcomes
Saturday, July 16, 2022*
1. Mark Miller, 1979 Kawasaki KZ1000, Calabasas, CA (Provisional)
2. Curtis Adams, 1981 Honda CB750F, Riverside, CA
3. Darrin Gauvin, 1981 Honda CB900F, Camarillo, CA
4. David Crussell, 1978 Kawasaki Z1R, Sunol, CA
5. Kevin Rammer, 1982 Honda CB650SC, Newnan, GA
Sunday, July 17, 2022
1. Curtis Adams, 1981 Honda CB750F, Riverside, CA
2. David Crussell, 1978 Kawasaki Z1R, Sunol, CA
3. Kevin Rammer, 1982 Honda CB650SC, Newnan, GA
*Provisional pending enchantment
The American Historic Racing Bike Affiliation (AHRMA) is a not-for-profit group devoted competing on improbable traditional and true classic together with a variety of recent bikes. With about 3,300 members, AHRMA is the biggest classic racing group in North America and one of many greatest on the planet. The affiliation has grown steadily through the years, reflecting the growing curiosity in traditional bikes.