Jake Lewis on the verge of capturing 2014 Roadracing World Young Gun Award


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Aug. 15, 2014) – The $2,500 Roadracing World Young Gun Award will go to the eligible rider in either AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike or AMA Pro SuperSport who earns the most overall points and was no older than 18 years old at the start of the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season.

Jake Lewis, aboard his MotoSport.com/Meen Yamaha YZF-R6, has put together a tremendous season in GoPro Daytona SportBike competition and has all but locked up the coveted Roadracing World Young Gun Award this season.

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Lewis’s 182 points are 54 points higher than the next closest contestant, Kaleb De Keyrel, who has accumulated 144 points in SuperSport and four points in GoPro Daytona SportBike. The only way for De Keyrel to catch Lewis with one round remaining would be to win both SuperSport races next month when the series heads to New Jersey Motorsports Park, and have Lewis somehow not finish either race.

In other words, the coveted $2,500 award that Roadracing World has so graciously offered up as a prize for the up-and-coming stars of the sport, will be in the hands of Lewis at the season’s conclusion next month, and deservingly so. The Princeton, Ky. native has had by far the best season of his young, yet promising career, as he currently sits second in the overall GoPro Daytona SportBike point standings, just seven behind Jake Gagne.

“It means a lot to be in such good position to win this award,” said Lewis. “To be one of the youngest riders in the sport and have the opportunity to achieve something like this is huge for me and my team. I won Rookie of the Year last year and got my first win this season so I’m happy about that. It’s also very generous of Roadracing World to offer the $2,500 that they have, to the winner.”

If his lead holds true, Lewis will officially claim the 2014 Roadracing World Young Gun Award at AMA Pro Road Racing’s awards banquet set to be held Monday afternoon, Sept. 15 at NJMP following the Kawasaki Devil’s Showdown scheduled to run on Sept. 13-14.

The Young Gun Of The Year Award is based on Roadracing World magazine’s 18 consecutive years of recognizing the best young road racers in North America. The 2014 version of the annual feature was published in the April issue and recognized 32 riders – 12 of them AMA Pro riders.

“We’re happy to work with AMA Pro Racing to name the 2014 Roadracing World Young Gun Of The Year,” said Roadracing World founder John Ulrich. “For almost two decades we have recognized the top up-and-coming road racers in the country in our annual Roadracing World Young Guns feature. Many of our Young Guns have gone on to professional racing careers, and this award is a great way to acknowledge their aspirations and accomplishments.”

Fans can view all of the racing action live on FansChoice.tv. For tickets and more information to the New Jersey round, please visit http://store.njmp.com/store/category/9/69/AMA-Pro-Racing/.

Meen Motorsports mourns the loss of their AMA Supersport rider Erick Yahir Sanchez

Meen Motorsports mourns the loss of their AMA Supersport rider Erick Yahir Sanchez

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Morgan Hill, CA (July 28, 2014) – Meen Motorsports mourns the loss of their AMA Supersport rider Erick Yahir Sanchez, who suffered a fatal motorcycle racing accident in Hidalgo, Mexico on the afternoon of July 27, 2014.

In conjunction with his commitments riding with Meen Motorsports for the AMA Pro Supersport championship, Sanchez continued his own privateer efforts in his home country of Mexico, racing his personal equipment at local and national race circuits. Sanchez had qualified on pole position on Saturday for the fourth installment of the MexBike Championship at the autodromo Moises Solana in Pachuca with the main race taking place on Sunday.

” A breath of fresh air in the AMA paddock, Yahir always had a smiling attitude towards racing and life in general. I loved how he would always show up saying, ‘BUDDY TODAY I GO FULL GAS!’ His contagious laugh was always present under our team canopy and will truly be missed. It was a privilege to be part of this talented young man’s life and to have shared many great moments with him and his family at the track. The Sanchez family will always be part of the Meen Motorsports racing family. Our deepest condolences go out to his, mother, father and brother at this heartbreaking time,” states Meen Motorsports team owner Ameen Sajjadi.

Services for Erick Yahir Sanchez will take place today, Monday July 28, 2014 in hometown of Mexico City at the funeral home Gayosa en Felix Cuevas Y Gabriel Mancera, EJE 7 Sur 810 Colonia del Valle, Mexico D.F.

Meen Motorsports llora la pérdida de su AMA Supersport rider Erick Yahir Sánchez

Morgan Hill, CA (28 de Julio, 2014) – Meen Motorsports llora la pérdida de su AMA Supersport rider Erick Yahir Sánchez, quien sufrió un fatal accidente moto racing en el estado de Hidalgo, México, en la tarde del 27 de Julio, 2014.

Junto con sus compromisos a montar con Meen Motorsports en el Campeonato AMA Pro Supersport, Sánchez continuó su propio esfuerzo corsario en su país de origen de México, corriendo su equipo personal en circuitos de carreras locales y nacionales. Sánchez había calificado en primera posición el Sábado para la cuarta entrega de la MexBike del campeonato en el autódromo Moisés Solana en Pachuca con la carrera principal que se realizará el Domingo.

“Un respiro de aire fresco en el paddock de AMA, Yahir siempre tuvo una actitud sonriente hacia las carreras y la vida en general. Me encantaba cómo llegaba a la pista diciendo ‘AMIGO, HOY VOY EL GAS LLENO! ‘ Su contagiosa risa siempre estuvo presente bajo el dosel de nuestro equipo y realmente lo extrañaremos. Fue un privilegio ser parte de la vida de este joven talentoso y haber compartido muchos grandes momentos con él y su familia en la pista. La familia Sánchez será parte de la Meen Motorsports familia por siempre. Nuestras condolencias más profundas salen a su, madre, padre y hermano en este tiempo duro,” declara el dueño de equipo de Meen Motorsports Ameen Sajjadi.

Servicios para Erick Yahir Sanchez llevará a cabo hoy, lunes, 28 de julio de 2014 en su ciudad natal de la Ciudad de México en la funeraria Gayosa en Félix Cuevas Y Gabriel Mancera, EJE 7 Sur 810 Colonia del Valle, México D. F.

MotoSport.com / Meen Team wins again in Ohio, Championship goes down to New Jersey

MotoSport.com / Meen Team wins again in Ohio, Championship goes down to New Jersey

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Morgan Hill, CA (July 22, 2014) Meen Motorsports endured through difficult conditions at Mid Ohio Sports car course. Yet Jake Lewis, coming fresh off of his first ever Daytona Sportbike victory at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, carried some momentum into the second to last round of the AMA Championship, capturing another first place podium finish.

Due to the rain, making dangerous track conditions, the AMA paddock was limited to only a few laps on Saturday, leaving the Meen Motorsports riders with little or no seat time. Rescheduling the weekend, each class was then programed for a two race sequence on Sunday. For race one the riders took to the track for a forty minute warm up followed by a grid and go style, shortened 14 lap race. All riders gridded by their points standing.

Running second in the Daytona Sportbike championship, Lewis was gridded on the front row for race one, alongside Danny Eslick and Jake Gange. Lewis rode his Yamaha YZF R6 first into the starting corner, immediately pulling a gap with current championship leader, Jake Gange. An exciting battle for first continued throughout the whole race until the #85 rider from Princeton Kentucky made a calculated pass on the last lap. With only a few corners to the finish line, Lewis captured his second and consecutive win in the competitive Daytona Sportbike class for the MotoSport.Com Meen Yamaha team.

Going into race two, for the Sunday double header, Lewis was tied in points for the lead in the championship. Shortly after the start of the race, a red flag restart led Lewis to once again battle for the lead spot. Lewis ended up finishing fourth, placing him second in Daytona Sportbike points and in prime position to contest the championship at the last AMA Pro Road Racing weekend in New Jersey.

Lewis says, “This weekend provided great racing and I had a lot of fun doing two races in one day. I was able to make a last lap pass for the win in race one after a long battle. In race two I had a small issue but was able to manage a fourth and get some valuable points. Overall I’m happy to come out of Ohio with good results being not one of my favorite tracks. Now I will work hard over the break and come ready to fight for the Championship in New Jersey for my MotoSport.com/ Meen Yamaha team. ”

Rookie Daytona Sportbike rider Tucker Lancaster had his own list of challenges to overcome in Ohio. With limited seat time on a new track, he learned quickly and finished 17th in race one and 16th in race two. Lancaster goes into the last round second in the running for rookie of the year at a track he has a little more experience at.

Lancaster says, “Overall I feel like I had a good weekend at Mid-Ohio. Although we didn’t get the results, I felt like it was one of my best weekends of the year. With the limited track time it was tough to learn the track but I was fortunate to have Jason Pridmore there helping me out and I was up to speed by race time. I am training hard for New Jersey and hoping for a good end to the season.”

“It was a difficult weekend for all of us here at Mid-Ohio, fans and teams together. Sunday was jam packed with action and showed to have some of its own issues, but overall we are very happy with the results and are now going into the last round with Jake 7 points out of the championship. Tucker also rode well, considering he had to figure out the track and setup the bike with practically no track time,” says Meen Motorsports team owner, Ameen Sajjadi.

The Meen Team’s Superbike rider from Spain, Bernat Martinez, also had to learn the new track with limited seat time. Yet over coming these obstacles, while still getting accustomed to his new bike and team, Bernat rode his Proto-Tech /Blumac Yamaha R1 to a 13th place finish in race one and 11th in race two, improving his times drastically every time out on the track.

“Bernat has demonstrated he can learn new tracks fairly quickly, however this weekend we had unfortunately even less time to ride then most weekends. We are looking forward to the break and getting some much needed testing with the team,” comments Sajjadi.

Motosport.Com Meen Yamaha wins on the world stage at Laguna Seca

Morgan Hill, CA (July 16th, 2014) – MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha rider Jake Lewis wins his first Daytona Sportbike race at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway, during the FIM World Superbike Championship weekend, presented by Geico Motorcycle.

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Lewis kicked off the weekend capturing the provisional pole during Saturday’s qualifying, yet unfortunately ended fifth during final qualifying. Starting from the second row, Lewis immediately took the lead in turn two and never looked back. Lewis ran a strong pace all race controlling the front pack, running in the top spot from flag to flag. Also posting the fastest lap of the race, the podium victory for the young Princeton Kentucky native was his first Daytona Sport Bike career win.

“This weekend was nearly a perfect weekend for me. I’ve been chasing a win since my last one in 2012 and I am really happy to get my first Sportbike win for myself and the team. I have been working really hard this season and everything is coming together for me and the MotoSport.Com Meen Yamaha team. Now I am looking forward to carrying the momentum into Mid-Ohio and chasing the championship,” says Lewis.

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“I am really pleased with the way things went this weekend. Jake and our whole team has been working real hard to get that first Daytona Sportbike win. He earned it going flag to flag with the best 600 racers in the county at a world class track. It was amazing to get this win at our team’s home track,” comments Ameen Sajjadi owner of Meen Motorsports.

Posting some impressive qualifying times, Daytona Sportbike teammate Tucker Lancaster started 15th on the grid, yet unfortunately crashed out of the race.

“My weekend at Laguna was not what I was hoping for. I struggled a bit at the beginning, but then the MotoSport.Com Meen Yamaha team got the bike working good and I was able to improve my times and qualify15th. A crash ended my race early, but I am ready to move on and am looking forward to Mid-Ohio,” says Lancaster.

Meen Motorsports Supersport riders Andre Ochs and Erick Sanchez had a challenging weekend. Entering the Daytona Sportbike race at Laguna as will card entries, both worked their way through the highly competitive class, Sanchez finished 19th, while Ochs ended the weekend with a DNF.

The Meen Motorsports team also had their AMA Pro Superbike debut at Laguna. Piloting the Proto-Tech Yamaha R1, Spanish rider Bernat Martinez qualified ninth on the grid and finished in eighth place.

“Bernat is quickly adapting to his new Meen Motorsports Yamaha R1 and we are looking forward to more progress at Mid-Ohio. Thank you to our sponsors Proto-Tech and Blumaq for all their support as Bernat and Racing Coaching joins Meen Motorsports for the rest of the season,” states Bernat Martinez’s manager Jorge Lis.

Meen Motorsports to race Superbike at Laguna Seca

Morgan Hill, CA (July 10, 2014) – With a Daytona Sportbike podium finish in Barber Motorsports Park, the MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha team heads into their home race, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Raceway, with good momentum.


Alabama brought the Meen Team’s Daytona Sportbike riders their best finishes of the season. Jake Lewis captured the team’s first pole position, finishing a strong second place in race two. Tucker Lancaster had his best qualifying of the year in eleventh place, ending the weekend with a solid thirteenth place finish in race one. Jake is currently third in the Daytona Sportbike championship, while young rookie Tucker Lancaster is currently sitting sixteenth in points, second in the running for DSB Rookie of the Year.

Supersport riders Andre Ochs and Erick Sanchez had their best finishes in race two, with a solid fifth and sixth place. For Laguna Seca, the team has decided to wildcard the two Supersport riders at Mazda Raceway, in the Daytona Sportbike class, participating in the only 600 class taking place during the F.I.M. World Superbike race weekend.

The team also is also very excited to announce its partnership with Jorge Lis at Racing Coach, with support from Yamaha Motor Corporation. Meen Motorsports will be fielding Bernat Martinez, for the remaining AMA Pro Superbike season, aboard the team’s Yamaha YZF R1 with his debut race, for Meen Motorsports, at Laguna Seca.

Since the beginning of the 2014 season, Bernat Martinez has committed full-time to the AMA Pro Racing Superbike championship. The 34 year old experienced rider from Spain will now join Meen Motorsports, who has been steadily putting more and more effort into their Superbike racing program, seeking to make a full time commitment to the 1000cc Superbikes in 2015.

“With Bernat’s extensive background in Superbike racing and with support from Yamaha Motor Corp our team looks forward to developing a competitive race bike and figuring out what it truly takes to race in the Superbike class. I am looking forward to seeing him ride our bike and cannot thank Jorge Lis enough for making all this happen.”

MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha salvages Daytona Sportbike championship points at Road America

Morgan Hill, CA (June 4, 2014) – Meen Motorsports perseveres through a challenging weekend at Road America, for the second tour of the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing series.


MotoSport.Com Meen Yamaha Sportbike rider Jake Lewis started eighth on the grid. In race one Lewis battled with the front pack, swapping places with Yamaha Extended Service Monster Energy Graves rider Garret Gerloff and Yamalube rider Dane Westby, making a three lap red flag restart a memorable race. Unfortunately Yamaha Extended Service Monster Energy Graves rider JD Beach drafted Lewis on the last lap, leaving him one position shy of a podium finish in fourth place. In race two Lewis was off to a great start from the third row, leading portions of the first lap when Yamaha Extended Service Monster Energy Graves rider Garret Gerloff had a mechanical, causing a crash that involved Lewis. With a little less than 10 minutes to rebuild their MotoSport.Com Meen machine, the Meen Motorsport’s crew pieced back together Lewis’ YZF R6 with the help of the Monster Energy Graves Yamaha team. Half a lap down, Lewis was able to finish 14th place despite restarting the race with cold tires and racing with a sticky throttle. Lewis leaves Road America third in points.

“This weekend was challenging for our team struggling with our DSB bike set-up early on during the weekend. Once we had them dialed we then ran into some bad luck in DSB race two. Overall, I am happy Jake came out of that race ok and that we leave Road America with some much needed points. I am very happy with our DSB rookie rider Tucker Lancaster, he figured out the track and dropped his times every time he put his leg over the Yamaha R6. Both our Supersport riders also worked hard this weekend, both achieving top ten finishes. I look forward to Barber,” states Meen Motorsports owner Ameen Sajjadi.

MotoSport.Com Meen Yamaha Sportbike rider Tucker Lancaster had a notable weekend. Improving each time out on the track, the rookie rider was able to work his way through the grid capturing two 13th place finishes in spite of qualifying 20th. Lancaster looks forward to continuing his progress in the Daytona Sportbike class at the historical Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama.

Meen Motorsport’s Supersport rider Andre Ochs had a regrettable mechanical in race one, yet was able to rebound in race two, finishing 10th place. Supersport teammate Erick Yahir Sanchez, a new addition to the team, had a great qualifying, starting in sixth position. Sanchez finished ninth in race one and 12th in race two.

MotoSport.com/Meen Yamaha heads to Road America

Elkhart Lake, WI (May 28, 2014) – Meen Motorsports heads to Road America ready for the next round of the AMA Pro Racing 2014 series.

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Second in points, Meen Motorsports’ Daytona Sportbike rider Jake Lewis seeks to land on top of the box, repeating his impressive weekend at Road America in 2013. Lewis made his Daytona Sportbike podium debut last year, capturing a nail-biting third place finish. A more experienced Lewis now looks forward to contest a win at the legendary track.

“I am really excited about this weekend at Road America. It is one of my favorite tracks and I’ve had great success there in the past. I am confidant I will do well and I hope I can bring home a couple of wins for my MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha team,” comments Lewis.

Lewis’s Daytona Sportbike teammate, Meen Motorsports’ Tucker Lancaster, has been training hard after an unfortunate mechanical that occurred during the 2014 AMA season Daytona Sportbike opener in Florida. Poised to showcase his talent,Lancaster also searches to leave his mark at Road America this coming weekend.

“I cannot wait for my racing comeback in Road America given my bad luck at Daytona. I really just want to get out there and ride again,” states Lancaster.

Meen Motorsport’s Supersport rider Andre Ochs heads to Road America high on confidence after two positive weekends of testing and is looking to improve his season points’ position.

“I have been putting a lot of laps on my MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha and am excited for the second round of the season. I learned a lot in Daytona and have been working on improving each time I get out on my Yamaha R6,” says Ochs.

MotoSport.com / Meen Yamaha team off to a good start for the 2014 AMA Pro Racing Season

Morgan Hill, CA (March 18, 2014) – 2013 AMA GoPro Daytona Sportbike Rookie of the Year, Jake Lewis, kicked off the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season with a third place finish in the 73rd annual Daytona 200. Lewis, and rookie teammate Tucker Lancaster, started the weekend strong with Lewis qualifying his 2014 Yamaha YZF R6 on the front row in third position, while Lancaster put his bike twenty-seventh on the grid despite a minor get off.

During the 200 mile race, Lewis kept a steady pace, running consistent times on his MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha. Completing the 57 lap race, Lewis captured third place after an exceptionally well final pit stop by his Meen Motorsports crew, leaving Daytona second in championship points.

“I had a few problems during the first stint of the race so I could not run the pace I would have liked to with the riders at the front, but there is nothing to be disappointed about being in the victory circle after 200 miles, 57 laps,” states Lewis.

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Coming off a difficult qualifying, due to limited seat time, Daytona Sportbike rookie Tucker Lancaster was unable to finish the race due to a mechanical. The young Daytona Sportbike rookie, out of Lincoln, California, now sets his sights on running with the front of the pack at the next AMA round in Road America.

“It definitely was not my best weekend given my small crash in qualifying and the DNF in the Daytona 200, but I learned a lot in my first AMA Pro race and I cannot wait to see what we can do on my MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha in Road America. I can’t thank the team enough for working so hard this weekend,” says Lancaster.

In Supersport, #146 Andre Ochs started the weekend off qualifying his MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha in seventh position. In race one Ochs ran with the lead group, finishing overall in tenth place, setting the fastest trap speed of 183 mph. After making some minor adjustments the Meen Team rider was in place for a good position in race two, yet due to a technical error, the 17 year old rider, out of Temecula California, had to start on the back of the grid in thirty-seventh position. Overcoming the challenge, Ochs set his weekend personal best time of 1.53.0, the second fastest lap of the race, finishing eighteenth.

“I had a great first weekend with my new Meen Motorsports crew. We all worked really hard and will keep on making improvements to get better with each race. I look forward to coming back even stronger at the next round in Road America,” comments Ochs.

“Our entire team worked very hard coming into this race, especially the riders, and I am happy that the MotoSport.com Meen Yamaha made it to the Winner’s Circle with Jake. It was quite unfortunate what happened to Tucker, yet it is Daytona and mechanicals are always a potential issue given the unusual wear and tear circumstances. I know in Road America he will have a better opportunity at showcasing his natural talent. I was very pleased with our Supersport rider Andre, who showed us he has the speed to run with the front. With some more seat time I am confident he will put the Yamaha R6 on the podium,” states Meen Motorsports team owner Ameen Sajjadi.

Meen Motorsports would like to thank their following sponsors, MotoSport.com, Yamaha Racing, Graves Motorsports, Roclun International, Yamalube, Yamaha Generators, MOTO-D, Core Moto, Bursig, Dynojet, Shorai, Cortech, Shoei, Next Moto Champion, Designstar3.com, Motopia, Pacific Track Time, Vortex, D.I.D, Sharkskinz, Zerogravity, Concept 5, Drippinwet and G Squared Studio.

Meen Motorsports is a professional motorcycle racing team established in 2012 aka GP Bike Parts Racing (2011). If Interested in being a partner/sponsor of Meen Motorsports please contact ameen@meenmotorsports.com. For more about the team please visit, www.meenmotorsports.com. Become a Facebook Fan, search Meen Motorsports. Follow the team on Twitter @meenmotorsports, as well as on Instagram @meenmoto.

MotoSport.com joins Meen Motorsports as title sponsor for the 2014 racing season

Campbell, CA (January 24, 2014) Meen Motorsports is excited to announce that they have partnered with MotoSport.com for the upcoming 2014 AMA Pro Racing Series. MotoSport.com is joining one of the fastest growing teams, in the AMA paddock, as a title sponsor. Last year Meen Motorsports recorded an amazing season, winning the Rookie of the Year award with Jake Lewis and the team finishing 3rd overall in the competitive GoPro Daytona Sportbike class.

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“We are looking forward to working with Ameen and the entire Meen Motorsports crew for the 2014 season. They are an excellent team that has continued to expand their operations every year, on and off the track, and we are excited to join their innovative program,” states Jarrod Rogers director of marketing for MotoSport.com.

“I am excited for the opportunity to represent MotoSport.com this coming AMA Pro Road Racing season. After meeting Jarrod and the passionate MotoSport.com staff, I can see why they are #1 in the online powersports community. Our team takes pride in working with such forward thinking companies, like MotoSport.com and we can’t wait to collaborate on some fresh new ideas with them in 2014,” comments team owner Ameen Sajjadi.

Be sure to follow the MotoSport.com/ Meen Yamaha team as they fight for the 2014 AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike Championship with Jake Lewis and Tucker Lancaster. Like MotoSport.com on Facebook, facebook.com/motosportinc and on Instagram, @motosportinc.

Founded in 1999, MotoSport.com prides itself in delivering outstanding customer service, providing competitive pricing and a wide selection of powersports parts and accessories. Passionate about being involved within the racing community, their staff strives to help riders through race team sponsorships, amateur racer support, track and event sponsorships as well as a variety of charitable rider causes. “Once you’ve experienced the MotoSport difference you won’t want to shop anywhere else.” Go to MotoSport.com or call 1-866-677-7338 to join the best customer service in the industry.

Meen Motorsports is a professional motorcycle racing team established in 2012 formally known as GP Bike Parts Racing (2011). If interested in being a partner/sponsor of Meen Motorsports, contact team owner ameen@meenmotorsports.com. For more about the team visit, meenmotorsports.com. Become a Facebook fan, search Meen Motorsports and follow the Meen Team in real time on twitter @meenmotorsports, as well as on Instagram @meenmoto.

Meen Motorsports announces second Daytona Sportbike Rider for 2014

Campbell, CA – (January 16, 2014) Meen Motorsports is proud to announce they will be fielding a second rider in the AMA GoPro Daytona Sportbike class for the 2014 season. 16 year old Tucker Lancaster will be teammate to 2013 AMA GoPro Daytona Sportbike rookie of the year, Jake Lewis, piloting a Meen Motorsports Yamaha YZF-R6. Having captured two national championships and three club championships in 2013, all on a Yamaha R6, Lancaster will make the step up to the AMA, focusing exclusively on the competitive Daytona Sportbike class for a smooth transition into the AMA National circuit.

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“I’m happy for this opportunity to move up to the AMA Pro Racing series on the Meen Motorpsorts team. When I recently tested on Jake Lewis’s bike from last year I felt really good on the Meen Motorsports Yamaha R6. I look forward to more pre-season testing and learning from Jake’s experience. With the team 100% behind me, I can’t wait for the Daytona 200,” states Lancaster.

Meen Motorsports team owner Ameen Sajjadi comments, ” I am very excited for the opportunity to introduce such a talented young racer to the AMA. This year is about buliding a solid foundation for Tucker and using our resources to help him to keep on progressing in his successful career. With the support from our new sponsors, Graves Motorsports and Yamaha Motor Corp, we look forward to another successful season on the Yamaha YZF-R6.”

The Meen Team’s first 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing event will be at the high banks of Daytona International Speedway on March 13-15, 2014.

Meen Motorsports is a professional motorcycle racing team established in 2013 formally known as GP Bike Parts Racing (2011). If interested in being a partner/sponsor of Meen Motorsports contact ameen@meenmotorsports.com. For more about the team visit, www.meenmotorsports.com. Become a Facebook Fan, search Meen Motorsports. Follow the team in real time on twitter @meenmotorsports, as well as on Instagram @meenmoto.