TUCSON, Ariz. (Sept. 18)— The KWR team of Kyle Wyman and Bryce Prince are headed to Barber Motorsports Park this coming weekend for the tenth and final round of the 2018 MotoAmerica Championship. Wyman will ride his #33 KWR Yamaha Superbike while Prince will ride the #74 RiderzLaw/KWR Yamaha YZF-R6 in Supersport.
Wyman heads into Barber 8th in series standings, and is looking for redemption at the Alabama circuit, after a practice crash in the 2017 event ruled him out for the weekend, and ultimately the season. A former Harley-Davidson XR1200 race winner at Barber, Wyman looks to put his KWR Superbike back up front to cap off the season on a high note.
“I’m looking forward to going back to Barber again for the season finale,” Wyman said. “Last year we didn’t get to line up for qualifying or for either race. It’s a track that I really enjoy, and a track that I had my first ever novice club race at back in 2007. I can’t wait to uncork our KWR Superbike for one final time on the season and fight for the top-5 that has eluded us since the opening round at Road Atlanta, which feels like ages ago.”
Bryce Prince heads into Barber with a shot at finishing 3rd overall in the MotoAmerica Supersport Championship, as he is currently in a three-way tie for 3rd with fellow competitors Valentin Debise and Nick McFadden.
“We come into Barber third in points, and I know we need finishes on the box to secure that spot overall,” Prince said. “Since it’s the last weekend of the year I know everybody is going to be gunning for results to finish the year. Our approach will be no different and I’ll be sure to leave it all out there for my RiderzLaw/KWR team.”
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MotoAmerica is covered on worldwide television network, beIN Sports USA.