AFM title up for grabs at Infineon Raceway

SONOMA, Calif. - The season-long battle for the American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM) championship will continue this weekend (Sept. 21-22) with a full slate of motorcycle racing at Infineon Raceway. Only 10 points separate the top-three ...

SONOMA, Calif. - The season-long battle for the American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM) championship will continue this weekend (Sept. 21-22) with a full slate of motorcycle racing at Infineon Raceway.

Only 10 points separate the top-three riders in the chase for the title as the AFM prepares to invade the 12-turn, 2.32-mile road course. Lafayette's David Stanton tops the standings with 214 points after six of eight rounds and is followed by San Jose's James Randolph (211) and Union City's Ken Hill (204). Stanton also leads the Open Superbike class, as well as the premiere Formula Pacific division. Stanton is seeking his first overall championship with the AFM.

Randolph has won two of three Formula Pacific division main events at Infineon Raceway this season, and Stanton has one victory.

This will mark the series' fourth trip this season to Infineon Raceway. Open practice will take place Saturday, with main events in more than 15 divisions scheduled for Sunday. Gates open at 8 a.m. each day and admission on Sunday is $10.

The season concludes with the series finale at Thunderhill Raceway Park near Willows (Oct. 19-20).

For more information, please visit www.afmracing.org.

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Series Other bike
Drivers David Stanton , James Randolph , Ken Hill