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MotoAmerica Off Track with Carruthers and Bice

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We've listened to them in the media center at the MotoAmerica Series rounds for long enough and the answer is simple: These two need another avenue to spew so we've decided to let them air it out in a podcast. Since both believe they know truly everything about motorcycle racing and most notably the MotoAmerica Series that employs them, they're perfectly capable of taking off the gloves to see who is right and who is wrong. Yet, they still end up sharing a meal after the smoke clears. So let's see how much trouble Paul Carruthers and Sean Bice (beauty before age) can get themselves into...

We've listened to them in the media center at the MotoAmerica Series rounds for long enough and the answer is simple: These two need another avenue to spew so we've decided to let them air it out in a podcast. Since both believe they know truly everything about motorcycle racing and most notably the MotoAmerica Series that employs them, they're perfectly capable of taking off the gloves to see who is right and who is wrong. Yet, they still end up sharing a meal after the smoke clears. So let's see how much trouble Paul Carruthers and Sean Bice (beauty before age) can get themselves into...

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United States

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We've listened to them in the media center at the MotoAmerica Series rounds for long enough and the answer is simple: These two need another avenue to spew so we've decided to let them air it out in a podcast. Since both believe they know truly everything about motorcycle racing and most notably the MotoAmerica Series that employs them, they're perfectly capable of taking off the gloves to see who is right and who is wrong. Yet, they still end up sharing a meal after the smoke clears. So let's see how much trouble Paul Carruthers and Sean Bice (beauty before age) can get themselves into...

Language:

English

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(714) 242-5954


Episodes

#128 Frankie Garcia

4/10/2021
Frankie Garcia is sort of a Swiss Army Knife of a racer. He's capable of many jobs when it comes to racing motorcycles. Last year, Garcia rode a Roland Sands Design Indian to third place in the inaugural MotoAmerica King of the Baggers event at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. He enjoyed the experience and Sands and Indian were happy enough to give Garcia the green light to compete in the three-round 2021 MotoAmerica King of the Baggers Series. We caught up with Garcia for this week's...

Duration:00:34:28

#127 Richie Escalante

4/3/2021
Richie Escalante had an incredible season in 2020, the Mexico City resident dominating the MotoAmerica Supersport Championship with 13 victories on his HONOS-backed Kawasaki. And it doesn’t look like success has gone to Escalante’s head as he showed up at this week’s Dunlop Preseason Test in shape and very, very fast as he led all eight of the Supersport sessions at Circuit of the Americas. We caught up with Escalante for a video version of Off-Track With Carruthers And Bice and we chatted...

Duration:00:23:27

#126 Sam Verderico

3/25/2021
Sam Verderico had an "atrocious" 2020 season brought about mainly from the hand and shoulder injuries he suffered in a big crash at New Jersey Motorsports Park in 2019. But with a new year comes new hope and the MotoAmerica Superbike rider is confident of turning things around after a solid off-season of training and recovery. We caught up with the Washingtonian, who will embark on the 2021 season at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta in a little over a month, to talk about his season past, his...

Duration:00:31:13

#125 Jayson Uribe

3/18/2021
A MotoAmerica Superbike part-timer for the most part, Jayson Uribe is going all in for the 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Series with a full-time ride on David Anthony's FLY Racing ADR Motorsports team. Uribe will be armed with a Suzuki GSX-R1000 that he's been testing and racing in California in preparation for the season. We caught up with Uribe for this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to chat about the coming season and also Uribe's second career as a fire fighter in...

Duration:00:45:59

#124 Ashton Yates

3/13/2021
Ashton Yates has been racing in the MotoAmerica Series since it began in 2015 with the 21-year-old racing in almost every class in the series - from the now-defunct KTM RC Cup all the way to Superbike. This episode marks Yates' second appearance on Off Track With Carruthers And Bice, and we caught up with the Georgian to talk about the coming season and his racing family as he embarks on a Stock 1000 title run on the new Honda CBR1000R-RR Fireblade SP. Instagram:...

Duration:00:37:58

#123 Hunter Dunham

3/6/2021
It's a family affair in the Hunter Dunham Racing team with dad spinning wrenches, mom balancing the books and Hunter racing the team's Yamaha YZF-R1 in the MotoAmerica Stock 1000 and Superbike Cup classes. Dunham had an up-and-down season in the Stock 1000 class last year, but still managed to finish 10th in the championship. We dragged Dunham away from his duties at American Supercamp for this episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to chat about his 2020 MotoAmerica year and the...

Duration:00:35:43

#122 Toby Khamsouk

2/27/2021
A MotoAmerica racer since 2017 in the KTM RC Cup, Toby Khamsouk and his family are fixtures in the MotoAmerica paddock. The 18-year-old Khamsouk had his best season to date in 2020, with the Californian's debut year in the Twins Cup Series a resounding success. Khamsouk rode his Robem Engineering Suzuki to fifth in the championship - just one point out of fourth. His best finishes were a pair of fourths as he gets closer to a first-ever podium in the series. Khamsouk will be back with his...

Duration:00:33:59

#121 Alexis Olivera

2/20/2021
Sixteen-year-old Alexis "Super Lex" Olivera had a rough go of it in her debut season of MotoAmerica Junior Cup racing. The Floridian was adjusting to life in the MotoAmerica paddock when she suffered two broken ankles in a crash at the Ridge Motorsports Park in Washington State. The injuries ended her season and forced her into a difficult rehab. But Olivera is back on her feet and hoping to return to the MotoAmerica Series at some point in 2021. We caught up with her on this week's episode...

Duration:00:35:06

#120 Mathew Scholtz

2/13/2021
Mathew Scholtz was having a hell of a season on his Westby Racing Yamaha YZF-R1. Right up until the point when he wasn't. It all went horribly wrong at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when Scholtz and Cameron Beaubier crashed and Beaubier's bike struck Scholtz' leg. The result was surgery, the end of the South African's season and a lot of off-season rehab. But that was then and this is now and Scholtz has recovered and is ready to get down to the business of competing for the MotoAmerica...

Duration:00:44:21

#119 Jake Lewis

2/6/2021
Jake Lewis will be back in the MotoAmerica paddock in 2021 after sitting out the majority of the 2020 series. Lewis is set to headline the Altus Motorsports team, racing a Suzuki GSX-R1000 in both Stock 1000 and the Superbike Cup in the HONOS Superbike class. We spoke to the Kentuckian for this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to discuss everything from Lewis' job as a UPS driver to the coming season of MotoAmerica racing. Instagram:...

Duration:00:34:30

#118 Jeff Purk

1/30/2021
Jeff Purk is the racing dentist. That's right. A dentist. When he's not blazing around racetracks as a regular in the MotoAmerica Series, Purk is a practicing dentist in Iowa. We caught up with "the racing dentist" this week for our 118th episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to see what it takes to do two completely different things - dentistry and motorcycle racing. Support the show (http://motoamerica.com)

Duration:00:42:02

#117 PJ Jacobsen

1/23/2021
The highs and the lows for PJ Jacobsen in 2020 were definitely more on the low end of the scale. After winning the opening round of the MotoAmerica Stock 100 Series at Road America 1, Jacobsen had a frightening crash when he had to jump off his Ducati at speed when it caught fire during morning warmup for round two. The result were serious burns to Jacobsen's lower body. The New Yorker tried to come back at Road Atlanta, but the injuries were too severe for him to continue. So just like that...

Duration:00:28:28

#116 Jason Aguilar

1/16/2021
2017 MotoAmerica Superstock 600 Champion Jason Aguilar finished on the Supersport podium three times in 2020 en route to fourth in the championship. This week, Aguilar announced that six years of racing a 600 are behind him as the Californian made the it public that he was going Superbike racing in 2021. Aguilar will race a RiderzLaw-backed Yamaha YZF-R1 in the 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship and we caught up with him to talk about his plans and aspirations in this episode of Off...

Duration:00:33:27

#115 Richard Stanboli

1/9/2021
Richard Stanboli's Attack Performance team took over the official Yamaha Superbike team for the 2020 MotoAmerica HONOS Superbike Championship and they hit the ground running with Cameron Beaubier riding the team's Yamaha YZF-R1 to his first MotoAmerica Superbike title while his teammate Jake Gagne ended the series in second. Those familiar with Stanboli and his previous teams weren't totally surprised, but a one-two in his first season with the team was impressive. We caught up with Stanboli...

Duration:00:46:46

#114 Garrett Gerloff

1/2/2021
Not many can say they are "living their best life" in 2020, but Garrett Gerloff most certainly is. The Texan ended up 11th in his debut season of World Superbike racing, scoring three podiums near the end of the season - including a second-place finish in Portugal. If that wasn't enough, Gerloff got the call to go ride Valentino Rossi's Yamaha M1 for a day at the Valencia circuit in Spain when Rossi tested positive for COVID-19. And he made the best of that with an impressive outing in the...

Duration:00:46:08

#113 Scott Russell

12/26/2020
A three-time AMA 750 Supersport Champion, 1992 AMA Superbike Champion, 1993 World Superbike Champion, a two-time 500cc Grand Prix podium finisher, Suzuka 8 Hour winner... oh and five-time Daytona 200 winner, Scott Russell had a hell of a career. Now a competitive cyclist, we caught up with Mr. Daytona for this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to talk about the past, the present and the future. Twitter: https://twitter.com/scott4russell Instagram:...

Duration:00:52:58

#112 Keith McCarty

12/19/2020
Keith McCarty, Motorsports Racing Division Manager for Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., is retiring from his position after 44 years. He joined Carruthers and Bice on this episode of Off Track to talk about his incredible career in which he worked with legendary racers from Bob "Hurricane" Hannah to Josh "Hurricane" Hayes. We also asked him about his love of road racing and the important part he played in developing riders like Garrett Gerloff and Cameron Beaubier into champions and...

Duration:00:44:13

#111 Jake Zemke

12/12/2020
2008 AMA Formula Xtreme Champion and a five-time AMA Superbike race winner, Jake Zemke had a stellar racing career that lasted for some 18 seasons. And the always-smiling Zemke is still in the MotoAmerica paddock as the manager of several current racers and the manager, rider coach and confidant of five-time MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Cameron Beaubier. We caught up with Zemke for this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice to discuss his career and his relationship with...

Duration:00:51:49

#110 Bradley Ward

12/5/2020
Bradley Ward's debut 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike season ended early with a horrific crash at New Jersey Motorsports Park that left him with a broken leg, wrist and other injuries. But the big Brit is undeterred and is working to get himself back to full fitness so he can be on the grid when the 2021 HONOS Superbike Series gets rolling again. Ward chatted with us in this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers And Bice about his season, his crash and his recovery. Instagram:...

Duration:00:42:07

#109 Kenny Roberts Jr.

11/28/2020
Prior to Joan Mir winning the MotoGP World Championship a few weeks ago in Spain, the last premier class World Champion to capture the crown on a Suzuki was Kenny Roberts Jr. in 2000. Roberts Jr. joined his father Kenny Roberts in becoming the only father/son duo to win 500cc World Championships. We caught up with Roberts Jr. for this week's episode of Off Track With Carruthers and Bice to discuss his championship-winning year, what it's like to grow up as Kenny Roberts Jr., and myriad of...

Duration:01:10:09