2016 ASMA
March 12-13
April 2-3
May 14-15
June 11-12
Sept 10-11
Oct 8-9
Nov 12-13

2016 ASMA
Trackday Schedule
January 16-17
February 20
March 5-6, 12
April 2
May 7, 14
June 5-11
July 9-10
August 13, 14
September 3-4, 10
October 2, 8
November 6, 12
December 3-4
Advanced Riding

2 Day Advanced

Feb 20-21

2016 Referral Certificates
ASMA New Racer Referral Certificate
ASMA Trackday Discount Certificate
Motorcycle Roadracing
Results at Motorcycle
25% Military Discount for all Trackday and Race Entries
11x17 2016 Poster
Results AND Points are current as of May round.
We will be adding a Superstreet class for our June 11-12 weekend. Rules are as
1. Any 500cc or larger motorcycle
2. All lights and mirrors must be taped up or removed
3. Rider may not be a licensed racer with any organization
4. Tires must be street tires, no DOT race tires allowed in class to keep it affordable.
5. Full gear is needed, we have 15 sets of loaner leathers.
$125.00 includes Saturday trackday, intro school, one weekend race license, and
Superstreet class entry.
SuperStreet Pre-Entry
Hurtado, Shreve Each Win an ASMA Race at Arroyo Seco Raceway

By Daniel Berger

Experts David Hurtado and Mikey Shreve each won a race last Sunday, May 15 at
Arroyo Seco Raceway in Deming, New Mexico. In the premier event Formula
Arroyo sponsored by Evan Steel Performance, Shreve sat on pole position with last
round’s winner Jason Brown and Thi-bault Few gridded second and third,
respectively. Hurtado, tied for first in the series with Brown and ahead of Shreve in
second by a single point, was gridded dead last as he suffered damage to his
Kawasaki ZX-10R’s radiator in a late practice session and was unable to partake in
the quali-fying session.

After two first lap crashes, the first involving Joe Janiga and Josh Kauffman and
the second a low side of Ken Murray, the race was red flagged twice, the third
attempt was the charm as Brown and his Suzuki GSXR1000 once again
demonstrated his take off talent and nabbed the hole shot. Shreve and his Yamaha
YZF-R1 stormed past Few and his ZX-10R on the back straight, setting his sights
on Brown. Hurtado was determined to not let the leading pack get away and clawed
his way into third when he passed Few in the Horseshoe on the third lap.

Brown seemed to lose some steam during the fifth lap as Shreve snatched the lead
with an out-side pass in the Carousel, and Hurtado once again took advantage of his
impressive corner speed in the Horseshoe where he passed Brown two laps later.
The top three retained their positions for the remaining six laps of the race, with
Hurtado chopping away at Shreve’s lead, until the very last lap when Shreve was
slowed by lap traffic and then passed by Hurtado in the Carousel.

Hurtado’s margin of victory was 0.046 of a second; he also set the fastest lap of
the race, a per-sonal best for the 2014 champion, with a 1:08.323. Shreve’s best lap
was a 1:08.629, and for Brown, a 1:08.793.

In the Unlimited Superstock sponsored by, Hurtado, Brown, and
Shreve occu-pied the front row of the grid. First into the Horseshoe was none other
than Brown, with Shreve, Few and Hurtado in his wake. With more drive on the
back straight, Brown held Shreve at bay until the fourth lap when Shreve’s late
braking helped him slip past Brown near the exit of the back straight. Hurtado
overtook Few on lap five in the Horse Shoe, and repeated the same out-side passing
maneuver on Brown a lap later in the very same place. With two laps remaining,
Hurtado closed the gap on Shreve, but Shreve held on and met the checkered first
by a margin of 0.354 seconds.

David Hurtado:

“I put my head down all race (in the Formula Arroyo) and wanted it. You have to
want it. My start went real well, and I was able to pass a couple riders. Late
braking into the Carousel and Horseshoe helped (get back to the front). I’m coming
back for that #1 plate I lost last season after missing a few races. I just want to go

Mikey Shreve:

“(During testing) I got comfortable with the front forks, thanks to Phil Allison’s
help at Evan Steel Performance. I was texting with him all day while he was away
in New Jersey. I was able to gain confidence and become more focused on getting
a good drive. I’ve raced middleweights for so many years and am now starting to
find my way with this liter bike.”

Race Results for Round Two at Arroyo Seco Raceway

Formula Arroyo by Evan Steel Performance

1.        David Hurtado (Kaw ZX-10R)
2. Mikey Shreve (Yam YZF-R1)
3. Jason Brown (Suz GSXR1000)
4. Thibault Few (Kaw ZX-10R)
5. Dan Dickerman (Yam YZF-R6)
6. Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)

Formula Amateur by Speedcell

1.        Joseph Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        David Kohanka (Tri 675)
3. Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600RR)
4. Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
5. Scott Diehl  (Tri 675)
6. Dan Junick (BMW S1000RR)

Amateur Unlimited Superstock by

1.        Joseph Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Anthony Gipson (Suz GSXR1000)
3.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600RR)
4. Dan Junick (BMW S1000RR)

Expert Unlimited Superstock by

1.        Mikey Shreve (Yam YZF-R1)
2.        David Hurtado (Kaw ZX10R)
3.        Jason Brown (Suz GSX1000R)
4. Thibault Few (Kaw ZX10R)
5. Eric Sotomayor (Suz GSX1000R)
6. Josh Kauffman (Yam YZF-R1)


1.        Jake Herzog (Kaw ZX6R)
2.        Aaron Donahey (Honda CBR600RR)
3.        Josh Ransor (Suz GSXR600)
4.        Jonathan Cortez (BMW S1000RR)
5.        Brian Michelson (Yam YZF-R1)
6.        Qu Scarbrough (Yam YZF-R6)

Formula 40 by Southwest Suzuki Kawasaki

1.        Josh Kauffman (Yam YZF-R1)
2.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Ken Murray (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)
5.        Dan Junick (BMW S1000RR)
6.        Matthew Zorn (Suz GSXR600)

Amateur Middleweight Superstock by Law Tigers

1.        Joseph Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        David Kohanka (Tri 675)
3.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600RR)
5.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
6.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600RR)

Expert Middleweight Superstock by Law Tigers

1.        Joe Janiga (Kaw ZX6R)
2.        Dan Dickerman (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Tim Byma (Suz GSXR600)
5.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)

Lightweight Superbike by ASMA Dunlop

1.        Michael Sobjak (Suz 650)
2.        Justin Brown (Kaw 250)
3.        Loren Jury (YamYZF-R3)
4.        Daniel Berger (Yam YZF-R3)
5.        Eric Sotomayor (Kaw 250)

Lightweight Grand Prix by Ideal Electric

1.        Michael Sobjak (Suz 650)
2.        Daniel Berger (Yam YZF-R3)
3.        Loren Jury (Yam YZF-R3)
4.        Arturo Johnson (Kaw 250)
5.        Dan Junick (Kaw 250)
6.        Andrew Malinowski (Kaw 300)

Amateur Middleweight Superbike by ASMA Pirelli

1.        Joseph Chasser (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
3.        David Kohanka (Tri 675)
4.        Zac Ferencz (Hon CBR600RR)
5.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
6.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600RR)

Expert Middleweight Superbike by ASMA Pirelli

1.        Dan Dickerman (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Greg Talbot (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Mickey Rupe (Yam YZF-R6)
4.        Joe Janiga (Kaw ZX6R)

Southwest Thunder by Fast by Few

1.        Michael Sobjak (Suz 650)
2.        Daniel Berger (Yam YZF-R3)
3.        Loren Jury (Yam YZF-R3)
4.        Scott Diehl (Tri 675)
5.        Eric Sotomayar (Kaw 250)

300 Cup by Fast by Few

1.        Daniel Berger (Yam YZF-R3)
2.        Loren Jury (Yam YZF-R3)
3.        Eric Sotomayar (Kaw 250)

Amateur Unlimited Superbike by Twigs Jewels

1.        Anthony Gipson (Suz GSXR1000)
2.        Matt Kendrick (Yam YZF-R6)
3.        Dan Junick (BMW S1000RR)
4.        Bill Yelverton (Hon CBR600RR)
5.        Ian Snarr (Suz GXSR600)

Expert Unlimited Superbike by Twigs Jewels

1.        Thibault Few (Kaw ZX10R)
2.        Lorenzo Thomas (Kaw ZX10R)

Ultra Lightweight Superstock by Sinner Moto Photo

1.        Daniel Berger (Yam YZF-R3)
2.        Loren Jury (Yam YZF-R3)
3.        Arturo Johnson (Kaw 250)
4.        Dan Junick (Kaw 250)
5.        Andrew Malinowski (Kaw 300)
6.        Justin Brown (Kaw 250)

Super Street

1.        Qu Scarbrough (Yam YZF-R6)
2.        Ian Snarr (Suz GSXR600)
3.        Clint Farina (Duc 848)
4.        Jeremy Caldena (Kaw ZX6R)
5.        Jacob Freet (Kaw 650)
6.        Arturo Johnson (Kaw 636)