For the first time in over a decade the MotoAmerica series will be making a stop in the Pacific Northwest at the Ridge Motorsports Park located in Shelton, WA.

The Komatsu MotoAmerica Superbike Race will be the 5th in the 10 round 2020 MotoAmerica series. Fans across the country will come together on June 26th-28th to witness this historic moment, the return of the fastest race in the world of super bikes to the Northwest. Feel the rush as superbikes zoom past you as they go through over 16 turns, 2.47-miles, and various elevation changes all while going up to 200 miles per hour.

The Ridge Motorsports Park goes beyond your typical motorsport’s venue.

With over 300 acres and 400 annual events, the facility aims to be the premier destination for motorsports in the Pacific Northwest. The MotoAmerica weekend will feature both reserved and general admission seating located on the interior of the track. General Admission area will also feature picnic tables under the trees to provide a cool escape from the Washington summer sun. Die-hard fans can enjoy the facility and the event from the comfort of a VIP lounge. With two weekend lounges, an all ages lounge and a 21+ lounge, fans can experience the event in style with full catering, live MotoAmerica feed, and more. Entertainment beyond the Superbike racing includes the Ridge Grand Prix go karts, a mini GP race on the kart track, various food vendors across the property, and other surprise entertainment throughout the weekend.  Make sure to get your camping passes so you don’t miss a thing!

The Ridge Motorsports Park is more than its events. Located in Shelton, WA this national facility includes a 2.47-mile Road Course, 1/5th scale replica Grand Prix Kart track, Motocross track, Off-Road Park, and Drifting/Autocross Skid Pads. Beyond racing, the Ridge has debuted its 9,800 sq. ft Performance Center in 2019 which features a Banquet Hall, Training Center, Business Development Suite, Event Suite and Merchandise Store aimed at engaging its surrounding community. In addition, the Ridge Performance Center also debuts the new Ridge Café with redesigned menus and an uplifting, fresh atmosphere. In preparation for MotoAmerica, the Ridge has moved into its second phase of their expansion plan by adding a 150 ft. bridge over the track to take fans to the interior of the track and are adding new paddock space for MotoAmerica and other events to enjoy.

NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACING RETURNS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

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