AHRMA: Adams, Miller Split Vintage Cup Wins At Laguna Seca –

Miller and Adams Split AHRMA Vintage Cup Wins* at AHRMA Traditional MotoFest™ of Monterey

(July 20, 2022, Elora, Tennessee) – Mark Miller and Curtis Adams break up wins during the most current rounds of the 2022 American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) Vintage Cup at Laguna Seca.

Rounds 15 and 16 of the 2022 Bridgestone Tires AHRMA Countrywide Historic Cup Roadracing Sequence all through the AHRMA Traditional MotoFest™ of Monterey have been held at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA July 16 and 17.

The 2022 Vintage Cup, sponsored by RoadracingWorld.com, functions the Vintage Superbike Heavyweight course.  With most of the sequence regulars not taking part in these West Coastline rounds, the podium was crammed with rapidly 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 five, Adams took the direct, but Miller pounced coming out of switch eleven to get the victory.  Darrin Gauvin rounded out the prime three aboard his 1981 Honda CB900F.

Subsequent the race, Saturday’s outcomes were produced provisional pending an formal attraction submitted by Miller’s staff soon after a further competitor protested the eligibility of the equipment.  AHRMA officers are currently reviewing the protest below the attraction process.

On Sunday, Kevin Rammer, aboard a 1982 Honda CB650SC, took the hole shot but Adams was capable to acquire the guide by the finish of the initially lap and ride to victory. California rider, David Crussell was second and Rammer third.  Rammer, of Newnan, Georgia, attained useful factors as he is presently next in the factors guide for the overall Vintage Cup title.

“The race now on Sunday was an prospect to go out and take a look at some tires,” Adams stated. “AHRMA transformed the policies this year allowing slicks in this class so we have been functioning with Bridgestone to provide feed-back that will enable the series and other riders.  We experienced to operate a fantastic pace just to do some screening.”

Though Adams is rather new to AHRMA, he has many years of racing practical experience. “A pair years in the past I wanted to trip some thing.  AHRMA put on a excellent present at Willow Springs, so I designed a minimal single to go ride at an AHRMA celebration and hold out with everyone and give me a explanation to be there,” Adams stated. Through 2020, and almost by prospect, he was able to order his CB750F.  “Once we owned it, we stated ‘let’s see how significantly this goes.’”

The Classic Superbike Heavyweight class is sponsored by Intercontinental CBX Proprietors Association (ICOA).

Race dates and event registration one-way links are accessible at: https://www.ahrma.org/schedules-success/

AHRMA National Historic Cup Roadracing Series Vintage Superbike Heavyweight – Vintage Cup Success

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

 

About AHRMA:

The American Historic Racing Motorbike Association (AHRMA) is a not-for-revenue business dedicated competing on fantastic typical and true classic alongside with a extensive array of fashionable bikes.  With about 3,300 users, AHRMA is the greatest vintage racing team in North The usa and just one of the biggest in the environment. The affiliation has developed steadily over the yrs, reflecting the rising desire in vintage bikes.

 

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