The AMA Supermoto National Championship had their 2015 season opener over the weekend at the Historic Adams Motorsports Park. The hype going into the race was the stacked Pro Open field, 2014 AMA Supermoto Champion Gage McAllister would have new additional competition. Riders like three time AMA National Champion Micky Dymond, 2008 National Champion Steve Drew, and S3 World Champion Alexis Marie-Luce all joined the series for 2015 and put up a fight. McAllister commented on the competition "I'm excited to have more guys racing the series this year, it should be a lot of fun". 

It was Dustin Hoffman getting the Virus International holeshot award, but he made a mistake on lap one and fell back to 24th. Hoffman would charge back to a top five finish and log the fastest lap of the day in the process. Gage McAllister inherited the lead and would not look back, leading every lap of the twenty-minute main event. Micky Dymond and Steve Drew would also finish on the podium. Monte Frank had a notable race finishing 4th. 

Fifteen year old Nicky Reimer held of Eric Stump in the Pro Lites class taking his second career Pro Lites victory. A four way battle in the National Amateur class lasted until the closing laps, Steve Alkyer will have the red plate at round two. Rocco Landers won the Mini Class. 

The next AMA Supermoto National Championship event is May 29th and 30th at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin in conjunction with MotoAmercia. For more information visit

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