2019 objective achieved as Andrew becomes double MotoAmerica champion

 In News

Andrew Lee achieved the goal he set himself at the start of the 2019 MotoAmerica Superstock Championship – becoming double National Champion, a feat he managed in style, leading the race at New Jersey to wrap up the title with another stunning victory.

Starting from the Pole, Lee was never headed, taking the chequered flag to win not only the race but the title in convincing fashion.

With back to back crowns now secured Andrew is hopeful of moving full time into the Superbike category in 2020, and with the pace he has shown both this year and last, you’d be hard pressed to bet against him making an impact!

Andrew Lee:
“I had a difficult opening practice session but the team as ever did a great job to fix things and I was confident for qualifying. I took Pole after being fastest across the two qualifying sessions and I was looking forward to the race. We had good pace all weekend and I was keen to make a break when the race got underway. It was the almost perfect race. I led from the start and took my second National title in the way I wanted to since last year! I got off to a good start and am super happy with how the race and the season has gone. The Franklin Amory Graves Kawasaki crew are the best, my mom and dad, and everyone who has supported me this season thank you. I am so so happy and looking forward to the season’s final race and to seeing what next year brings!”

Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you ASAP.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt