Bobby Fong Returns to Superbike
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Bobby Fong began his racing career at a young age and quickly displayed his talent and passion for motorcycle racing. Over the years, Bobby Fong continued to make a name for himself in various road racing championships. He competed in the MotoAmerica series, which is the premier motorcycle racing championship in the United States. Fong has raced in different categories within MotoAmerica, including Superstock 1000 and Supersport.
Bobby Fong’s breakthrough moment came in 2020 when he achieved his first-ever MotoAmerica Superbike race win at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex. He went on to win three more races during the season, finishing fourth in the championship standings. His performance established Fong as a top contender in the Superbike class.
Fong to Re-join Medallia Superbike Class
Bobby Fong’s racing style is characterized by his aggressive and determined approach on the track. He possesses exceptional skill in cornering and has demonstrated his ability to push the limits and make daring overtakes. As reported by MotoAmerica an opportunity presented itself and Fong has decided to take it for the Medallia Superbike Round in Shelton, WA.
Bobby Fong will race a Yamaha YZF-R1 in round four of the MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike Championship at Ridge Motorsports Park in Shelton, Washington, June 23-25. Fong provided the following comments to MotoAmerica, “Dave (Anthony) called me to see if I wanted to ride it and I agreed to it for the Ridge and we’ll see how that goes moving forward. I’m excited. Attack has been helping him out and I will have Robbie Petersen for a crew chief. Dave bought Jake Gagne’s bike from last year and Richard Stanboli helps him out and gives him the setups for the weekend and gives him the maps that they started last season with. He has the electronics and the swingarm so it will be good.”
Fong Continued with his Comments to MotoAmerica
“I’ve always wanted to ride a proper Yamaha. Dave has told me that it’s the bike, so I figured I’d give it a shot and see how I do. I have to be realistic. Everybody’s up to speed and I haven’t ridden a Superbike in over a year. Obviously, I’m going to do my best. Realistically, I would like to be in the podium battle or just on the cusp of that podium battle in my first ride back, but who knows? I might be better, I might be worse, but either way I’m excited to be back and we’ll do the best we can. I’m really happy that I can ride a Yamaha with the proper stuff on it and want to give big thanks to Dave and his crew for making this happen.”