The following is from A.I.R. Onze Moto Racing…
The Salvadorean professional motorcycle racing team A.I.R. Onze Moto Racing Team is set to race in its third consecutive season of MotoAmerica in 2024, fielding a rider in both the Supersport and Junior Cup classes.
Ivan Rivera #83 will make the move to Supersport on a well-built 2023 Suzuki GSX-R750.
“I’m very excited to have the opportunity to race in Supersport,” Rivera said. “This is a class that I’ve been waiting to make the jump to, and now it’s finally here. I’ve trained a lot physically to be prepared for these heavier bikes and longer races. I know my fitness won’t let me down. I’m confident and ready for the learning curve in this ultra-competitive class that runs deep with talent. That confidence comes from the fact that I’m also backed by the engineering duo of Jimmy Cambora and Steve Upchurch, who I know are the best in the business at what they do.”
JT Rivera will continue to race in the Junior Cup class on a Kawasaki Ninja 400.
The younger Rivera brother stated: “I’m super excited to get back on track again with my team. I plan to push hard and bring my team to the top step this year, and I plan on doing so consistently. I know that 2024 will bring us the results we want and need. I have great team, great data, and a great bike in my corner. I can’t wait to get back and go fast.”
Both JT’s and Ivan’s race machines are built by some of the best in the business, with Steve Upchurch (Race Engines Services) and Jimmy Cambora (RaceWorx USA).
A.I.R. Onze vows to facilitate the dreams of young riders to race at the professional level just as they did in 2023 by fielding Jediah Cumrback, from Bermuda, and Houston’s David Roth Jr.
Collaborating with the team are James McConnell with Wizard Racing, RaceworX USA, RES, KYT Americas, Dainese, Vesrah, BLUD Lubricants, Vortex, CRC Fairings, and Niko Niko’s Greek & American cafe.