There was a test run of the Supermoto track at ESPN’s Navy Moto-X World
Championships at San Diego, California’s Qualcomm Stadium. Team Brand Moto
Racing’s Johnny Lewis was asked to participate along with Graves Yamaha factory
riders and AMA Supermoto champions Mark Burkhart and Brandon Currie.
Johnny Lewis gets a test run of supermoto track at Moto-X World Championships
The riders did six runs on the downhill ramp that passes over the stadium’s
seats from the concourse to see if adjustments were necessary to the first dirt
section. The riders also had the opportunity to try three full dirt Supermoto
The course is half dirt and half asphalt. The paved section circles around
the pit areas in the Qualcomm parking lot. “I jumped at the chance when asked to
do the test run with Mark and Brandon,” said Lewis. “That is a super steep
downhill ramp leading into the stadium and the technical dirt section.”
ESPN's Navy Moto-X World Championships at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium in
The Supermoto final could be determined by the riders who can be perfect on the
technical dirt sections and push it on the asphalt. Lewis will campaign the Xbux/AMA
Supermoto Championship in the Lites Class along with other races.
Lewis uses K&N Engineering products. “I’ve used K&N filters since I was about
7-years-old,” he said. “K&N air filters help my engines breathe better and run
faster. They also keep the dirt out of my engines on and off the track.”
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