Join GTR Simulator this summer at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex from August 23rd through the 25th and experience the thrill of world-class motorcycle racing with MotoAmerica! Watch five classes compete over a three-day course of pure adrenaline, triple digit speed and absolute motorcycle madness! Bring the family and spectate every class from the entry level Junior Cup featuring riders as young as 14-years-old, to the premier Superbike class topping out near death-defying, 200 miles per hour speeds.

​Enjoy the festivities but be sure to stretch your legs on occasion and join GTR Simulator at the parking lot booth any time during the three-day racing event. While members of the press will have an opportunity to have an in-seat experience with Dunlop M4 Suzuki two-seater rides Friday afternoon, everyone else will be able to get behind the wheel of a GTR Simulator.
That’s right, press badge or not, all spectators at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex have the opportunity to join GTR Simulator in the parking lot and have their own hands-on experience
About GTR Simulator: The DNA of our company is based on integrity, social responsibility and commitment. This is a solid foundation for our passion to make life more comfortable with innovative functionality and outstanding design for all of our products. It is this corporate culture that forms a strong bond between our team all over the world. We feel continually challenged to inspire our customers and to offer only the very best racing simulator products and services with innovative strength, teamwork, and premium brands. Our products are fun for kids of all ages making them inspiring and engaging. For more information on GTR Simulator

About MotoAmerica:
MotoAmerica is the organization that promotes the AMA Superbike Series since 2015. Sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), it features five classes of road racing – Superbike, Stock 1000, Supersport, Twins and the Liqui Moly sponsored Junior Cup. MotoAmerica’s primary goal was to reinvigorate motorcycle road racing in North America and ultimately send its riders to the top-level international championships – MotoGP and World Superbike. The series is run by the KRAVE Group, a partnership led by three-time 500cc World Champion Wayne Rainey.

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