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Andrew Lee
Defending Stock 1000 champ Andrew Lee leads the series by 2 points going into WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Watch the races live on Cycle World's Facebook page Saturday, July 13, at 4:10 p.m.Brian J. Nelson/MotoAmerica

While we are beyond stoked that the World Superbike Championship descends on WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca this weekend, it’s also a chance to cheer for our homegrown heroes in the MotoAmerica roadracing series.

Even better, Cycle World has partnered with MotoAmerica to offer free livestreaming of the Stock 1000- and Supersport-class races on the Cycle World Facebook page. Stock 1000 will be broadcast on our FB page Saturday, July 13, at 4:10 p.m., while Supersport will air Sunday, July 14, at 4:10 p.m.

To see more MotoAmerica events this season, check out Fox Sports 2, NBCSN, and MotoAmerica Live+. The network shows focus primarily on Superbike but highlights from other MA classes appear on FS2 MotoAmerica Rewind and NBCSN Inside MotoAmerica shows. Get MotoAmerica Live+ (the series streaming/OTT platform) to watch all five classes all weekend (and all season long), plus offering video on demand.

Micheal Gilbert
Cycle World Road Test Editor Micheal Gilbert competes in Stock 1000 aboard a Kawasaki ZX-10R. After a strong start to the season with a second-place finish at Road Atlanta and a win at Virginia International Raceway, he's hit a few bumps but looks to finish the season strong.Brian J. Nelson/MotoAmerica

Stock 1000 Season So Far

Cycle World fans will be tuning in to watch Stock 1000 as the magazine's road test editor Micheal Gilbert competes on his Team Norris Racing Kawasaki ZX-10R. When he's not hot-lapping or quarter-mile testing for us, he's out trying to win a national roadracing championship.

Gilbert began the year with a strong second-place finish at Road Atlanta, then took victory at Virginia International Raceway. Misfortune at Road America and Utah Motorsports Campus have knocked him back to third place in the championship, 32 points back from defending champ Andrew Lee.

In fact, the closest point battle in the MotoAmerica Series so far this season is between Lee and Stefano Mesa, with just two points separating them, 99-97. Lee has ridden his Franklin Armory/Graves Kawasaki to two wins thus far with Mesa winning one race on his Mesa37Racing Kawasaki. Gilbert is 12 points ahead of Weir Everywhere Racing BMW’s Travis Wyman. Ameris Bank’s Geoff May sits fifth, the Georgian the fourth race winner in the class.

Hayden Gillim and Bobby Fong
Rickdiculous Racing's Yamaha-mounted Hayden Gillim and M4 Ecstar Suzuki's Bobby Fong have had some killer race battles this season and are only seven points apart in the championship. Watch them race at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca live on Cycle World's Facebook page Sunday, July 14, at 4:10 p.m.Brian J. Nelson/MotoAmerica

Supersport Season So Far

This year’s Supersport Series has all the makings of a classic championship battle with Rickdiculous Racing’s Hayden Gillim and M4 Ecstar Suzuki’s Bobby Fong separated by just seven points as the series arrives in Monterey. Gillim has four wins to Fong’s three and the two are fresh off splitting wins in two thrilling races in Utah.

Hudson Motorcycles’ Richie Escalante is third in the series, 35 points behind Gillim after scoring points in all eight races so far. Escalante is just four points ahead of HSBK/Celtic Racing’s PJ Jacobsen, the New Yorker the only rider other than Gillim and Fong to win a race in 2019. Jacobsen is just a single point ahead of ultra-impressive rookie Sean Dylan Kelly, Fong’s teammate on the M4 Ecstar Suzuki. The recently turned 17-year-old Kelly has four podium finishes in his first eight MotoAmerica races.