The Miller Motorsports Parkin Toole, Utah doesn’t get nearly the same amount of attention and acclaim as some of the more popular tracks in the US. But don’t sleep on this underrated race track because MotoAmerica, the new home of the AMA Superbike Series, has given the green light to include the Miller Motorsports Park in the 2015 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing Series.

It’s an exciting return to the motorsports scene for the track after being left out of the 2014 season of the AMA Superbike Championship. It was a conspicuous absence, especially after the track has been credited for hosting six AMA Superbike weekends since the track opened in 2006. On top of that, the track also hosted the World Superbike Championship from 2008 to 2012. Again, we say. Don’t sleep on the Miller Motorsports Park as one of the most underrated tracks in the US.

This season, the track will host a leg of the MotoAmerica Road Racing Series from June 26-28, adding to an already loaded lineup of races in the western side of the US that also includes stops at Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado.

Be sure to check your schedules, especially if you’re from any of these cities. The MotoAmerica Road Racing Series is coming and you better be prepared for it.

Click past the jump to read more about the MotoAmerica Road Racing Series.

MotoAmerica Road Racing Series

The MotoAmerica Road Racing Series begins its inaugural season this year, succeeding the AMA Superbike Championship as the premier superbike racing series in the US.

MotoAmerica promises a lot of things, not the least of which is a new and exciting brand of motorcycle road racing. The series is owned and operated by KRAVE Group LLC, a company who understands the importance of setting new goals in creating a racing series that will follow in the footsteps of the AMA Superbike Championship and in the process, prepare young and upcoming North American road riders for the global motorcycle racing scene.

As a series sanctioned by both the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and FIM North America, the MotoAmerica Road Racing Series will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network, ensuring that the series has a televised platform to reach TV viewers in the US.

The 2015 schedule has yet to be released, but programming has been scheduled to take place on CBS Sports Network on weekend afternoons and in primetime.

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