Herrin moves to MotoAmerica

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After a brief stint in Moto2 last season, Josh Herrin is returning to the United States to compete in the newly minted MotoAmerica series. The former AMA Superbike champion joins team Meen Motorsports and will race in the 2015 MotoAmerica Supersport class. 

“First of all, thank you to Ameen Sajjadi and the entire Meen Motorsports team for giving me this opportunity,” Herrin said. “I’m really happy to be racing again in America and to be able to return to my Yamaha roots. Riding the R6 that I am so familiar with will truly be icing on the cake. I’m confident that together the Meen Team and I can achieve our goal of winning the MotoAmerica Supersport Championship in its inaugural year.”


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