The following is from Kreece Elliott Racing…
Kreece Elliott is excited to announce his step into the MotoAmerica Supersport season for 2024. Riding a Kawasaki, the Colorado-based teenager will make the jump from Junior Cup this year as he takes the next step in his racing career.
A regular top-ten finisher in Junior Cup over the past two years, Kreece, together with his family, believes the time is right to move into the middleweight category and, after several successful post-2023 season outings aboard the larger displacement machine, the decision was made.
The plan is to contest several MotoAmerica events while gaining as much experience in regional races ahead of what is hoped will be a full assault on the 2025 MotoAmerica Supersport Championship.
“I am looking forward to making the jump from Junior Cup to Supersport this year,” Kreece said. “I know the competition will be very tough, but I am willing to take on the challenge. As I grew up, the Junior Cup bike started to become uncomfortable, and I feel that the bigger bike will definitely suit me more. I immediately felt good on the Supersport-spec Kawasaki when I rode it last year, and I know that, in time, I will be able to run with the guys at the sharp end, but it won’t be easy. I will have to learn the tracks on the bigger bike but honestly, I cannot wait to get going. I want to be realistic in my goals, and I am confident in achieving them and looking forward to having fun and improving each time I go out on track. I want to thank those people behind the scenes that continue to believe in me, and I hope to welcome some new people into the program as the year progresses.”
There are still opportunities available to support Kreece both financially and with product for his debut Supersport season, and those interested to find out more are encouraged to contact him.
Kreece’s 2024 MotoAmerica season will comprise of him racing at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, Barber Motorsports Park, Road America, Laguna Seca, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, and COTA, offering plenty of opportunities to be part of “the team.”
You can also follow Kreece through his social media channels and keep up to date with his racing progress through his fully interactive website.