AMA Supersport Championship

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Current season, competition or edition:
2010 AMA Pro Supersport Championship season
Sport Motorcycle sport
Founded 1988
No. of teams 4 manufacturers
Country United States
Most recent champion(s) United States Corey Alexander (East)
Colombia Tomas Puerta (West)

AMA Supersport is the 600cc class for AMA motorcycle racing, held from 1988.

The American Motorcycle Association uses member clubs, partners, and promoters to put together more competitive and recreational motorcycling events than anyone else in the country. Daytona Motorsports Group owns and manages the AMA Supersport Championship. In the AMA Supersport Championship, motorcyclists reach speeds over 160 miles per hour over a 40 mile sprint race. [1]


Season Champion
2007 United States Roger Lee Hayden
2008 United States Ben Bostrom
2009 East: United States Josh Day
West: United States Ricky Parker
2010 East: United States J. D. Beach
West: United States Joey Pascarella
2011 East: United States James Rispoli
West: Colombia David Gaviria
2012 East: United States Jake Lewis
West: United States James Rispoli
2013 East: United States Corey Alexander
West: Colombia Tomas Puerta

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