Kaleb De Keyrel piloted an Aprilia RS 660 to the marque’s first MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship title this year, and — thanks to support from the Piaggio Group Americas — the Minnesotan has been rewarded with an invitation to compete Sunday in the season finale of the Aprilia RS 660 Trofeo series.
When Jeremy Cook re-injured his surgically-repaired collarbone at Laguna Seca in July, he knew it was going to be a struggle to race in MotoAmerica again in 2021. Nevertheless, the former Marine recovered from surgery to re-plate his right clavicle in time for the round at New Jersey Motorsports Park Sept. 10-12 and scored a points-paying finish at MotoAmerica’s season finale last weekend at Barber Motorsports Park.
It was a positive conclusion to the 2021 MotoAmerica season for Travis Wyman, as the Motul-sponsored rider scored a podium finish in the final Stock 1000 race of the year and ended the season runner-up in the Stock 1000 and Superbike Cup points standings.
With the 2021 MotoAmerica Twins Cup title already clinched, Kaleb De Keyrel didn’t have to take part in Sunday’s wet MotoAmerica Twins Cup race at Barber Motorsports Park. Nevertheless, the Robem Engineering Aprilia rider negotiated challenging track conditions to finish the season the same way he started it — with a victory.
The Motul Travis Wyman Racing BMW team realized in the first on-track session of this past weekend’s MotoAmerica Superbikes at New Jersey that it had a technical problem with its motorcycle that couldn’t be fixed at the track, and team owner Travis Wyman still found a way to score top-five finishes in Stock 1000 and Superbike Cup on Saturday at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
There has been much fanfare about Aprilia test rider Tomasso Marcon making his MotoAmerica debut at this weekend’s MotoAmerica Superbikes at New Jersey round, and the Italian didn’t disappoint the fans gathered at New Jersey Motorsports Park on Sunday. After suffering a crash in Saturday’s Twins Cup race, Marcon rode his Robem Engineering Aprilia RS 660 to a thrilling, hard-fought win in Sunday’s Twins Cup contest.
Kaleb De Keyrel was on the verge of clinching his first MotoAmerica No. 1 plate at the start of this weekend’s MotoAmerica Superbikes at New Jersey, and the Aprilia rider wasted no time wrapping up the 2021 MotoAmerica Twins Cup title on Saturday at New Jersey Motorsports Park. The Minnesotan piloted his Aprilia RS 660 to a podium finish that also secured Aprilia’s first MotoAmerica crown in its maiden year competing in the Twins Cup.
Robem Engineering will have an Aprilia RS 660 development rider at the helm of one of its bikes for the remainder of the MotoAmerica season, as Tommaso Marcon is set to join the team for the upcoming MotoAmerica rounds on Sept. 10-12 at New Jersey Motorsports Park and Sept. 17-19 at Barber Motorsports Park.
The Travis Wyman Racing BMW S 1000 RR will be back in its red and black livery for the rest of the 2021 MotoAmerica season, as Motul has renewed its title sponsorship of the team for the rounds at New Jersey Motorsports Park Sept. 10-12 and Barber Motorsports Park Sept. 17-19.
De Keyrel recovers from off-track excursion to score top-10 finish, maintains championship points lead FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Aug. 15, 2021 WAMPUM, Pa. — It wasn’t the weekend the Robem Engineering team had hoped for in its first time racing the Aprilia RS 660 at… Continue Reading “Toth scores sixth-place finish in Robem Engineering debut Saturday in MotoAmerica Twins Cup race at Pittsburgh International Race Complex”