WAMPUM, Pa. (Aug. 22)— The KWR team of Kyle Wyman and Bryce Prince are headed to Pittsburgh International Race Complex this coming weekend for the eighth round of the MotoAmerica Championship. Wyman will ride his #33 KWR Yamaha Superbike while Prince will debut his #74 RiderzLaw/KWR Yamaha YZF-R6 in Supersport.
Wyman heads into Pittsburgh 7th in series standings, and is looking forward to his home race, only a 4-hour drive from his home town of Rochester, New York. A podium fight on home soil would be a treat for the KWR team as the series finishes with a trio of east coast rounds.
“Pittsburgh is such a great track, with a great crowd and it’s right down the road from home,” Wyman said. “Last year we had a really good results here at the official test, but not so great results during the race weekend. This year were looking to turn things around here on the east coast and put in a solid result for my KWR team. The weather looks good and the ticket sales are unbelievable. I can’t wait to grid up in front of my family, friends and fans.”
Bryce Prince heads into Pittsburgh with a new title sponsor, RiderzLaw. The California-based motorcycle injury lawyers stepped up at just the right time to give Prince his opportunity to close out the season on a strong note.
“I want to thank the guys at RiderzLaw for stepping up to support my efforts for the balance of the season,” Prince said. “The KWR team has given me a great platform to showcase my potential this year, and with our strong recent results I’m looking forward to what we can do in Pittsburgh. I have never ridden a 600 at this track so I’m looking forward to what my KWR R6 is capable of.”
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MotoAmerica is covered on worldwide television network, beIN Sports USA.