When Formula One came to town in November, there was not a U.S. driver to be found anywhere on the starting grid. That won’t be the case when MotoGP, motorcycling’s answer to F1, arrives in April.
As many as five U.S. riders could compete in Austin’s inaugural MotoGP race, and on Tuesday, a few of those riders made test runs at Circuit of the Americas. Attack Performance owner Richard Stanboli said it was time well spent at a very demanding track.
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