MotoAmerica: #RideHVMC Freeman Racing Ducati Team Prepared for Utah This Weekend

Corey Alexander and crew prepped #23 Panigale R for Utah

RideHVMC Freeman Racing Ducati has been working hard in the weeks since the races at Road America. The team brought the #23 Panigale R to the legendary Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for extensive testing and development work in dry conditions. Significant progress was made by the crew and Corey Alexander in understanding how the Panigale R performs at speed without rain. Next the #RideHVMC Freeman Racing Ducati team moved west to Colorado and worked to fine tune the platform and sharpen the blade a bit further. Everyone agreed after these two tests that the team would arrive at Utah Motorsports Campus far stronger than before.

Corey Alexander, #23 Panigale R, Ducati
The #23 Panigale R is prepped and ready for Utah. With his past success in Utah, Corey Alexander is ready to apply his knowledge for this weekend's race.Photo Courtesy of Brian J. Nelson

Corey Alexander has seen great success at Utah in the past, and is looking forward to applying his knowledge on board the #23 Ducati Panigale R this weekend. Commenting on the upcoming event, Corey said "I am really anxious to get back on the bike weekend and see the progress we made with what we learned from testing in the last two weeks. Every time I throw a leg over my #RideHVMC Freeman Racing Ducati Panigale R I learn something, and the team learns something. It has made it tough during race weekends so far, but I know my crew is working just as hard as I am so we can be competitive. It’s only a matter of time, so I’m hopeful for good results this weekend! Thanks to everyone making this possible, and hopefully you all tune in to watch!” Corey’s personal sponsors include: American Kargo, Arai Helmets, Boxed Water Is Better, Defy All Odds Apparel, JP43 Training & STAR School, Lapizta Watches, Outdoor Tech, Spidi Leathers, and XPD Boots. Follow Corey on social media via instagram.com/corey23alexander, twitter.com/corey5alexander, and facebook.com/corey23alexander!

Team Principal Richie Alexander stated "We are excited to be back for this MotoAmerica event at Utah Motorsports Campus. We had a really rough weekend at Road America, but we learned a lot since it was our first time with the bike in dry. Add to that the continued testing we have done, and I feel the #RideHVMC Freeman Racing crew is a far better prepared for Utah. With help from Brian Sharp we are confident our race setup for Utah is solid.