The following is from the RideHVMC Racing team…
Corey Alexander and his uncle Richie Alexander aim to take on the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000cc field for the 2020 championship.
The RideHVMC Racing team is excited to announce that they plan to make a full time return to MotoAmerica Superstock 1000cc competition for the 2020 season. With the support of Kawasaki USA and the Alexander family owned Hudson Valley Motorcycles dealership, the team will be campaigning a ZX-10R throughout the 10 round calendar. HVMC is the oldest remaining Kawasaki dealership in the United States and has been a retailer with the brand since 1966.
Alexander was able to show a lot of promise with three podium finishes in just three race starts during the 2019 MotoAmerica Superstock 1000cc calendar.
“I’m thrilled to see everything coming together as it’s been a tremendous amount of work to get even to this point,” Corey Alexander said. “I know we will be a strong contender each weekend after seeing what the ZX-10R was capable of with very little testing last season and I’m eager to ride our new and improved package soon.”
The RideHVMC Racing team will be led by long time Michael Jordan Motorsports team manager and Corey’s uncle, Richie Alexander. Returning will be fellow MJM veteran and chassis mechanic DJ Uithoven as the team still actively seeks to fill the crew chief position.
The 2020 season would not be possible without the continued support of team sponsors MJRS Freeman Racing and JJD Corporation. Other returning partners include: JP43 Training, Kawasaki USA, Maxima Oils, Superlite Sprockets, Galfer Brakes, From The Ashes Embroidery, Arai Helmets, MotoAnatomy, and Flex Racing. Further announcements will be released shortly announcing additional 2020 team partners. If you’re interested in joining the RideHVMC Racing effort please email [email protected] for more information. You can stay up to date with Corey on social media via: @corey23alexander