Entries for the Daytona 200 and the rest of the MotoAmerica races scheduled for Daytona International Speedway, March 7-9, will close a week from today.
Photo by Brian J. Nelson

Time is running out for those hoping to start their 2024 MotoAmerica season at Daytona International Speedway as entries will close one week from today – on Thursday, February 15.

Headlining the entries thus far is defending Daytona 200 Champion Josh Herrin, but he’s got plenty of company in the form of the YART Yamaha team of World Endurance Champions Marvin Fritz, Niccolo Canepa and Karel Hanika; four-time AMA Superbike Champion Josh Hayes; the Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki team led by Richie Escalante and two-time Daytona 200 winner Brandon Paasch; and the new Rahal Ducati Moto team with PJ Jacobsen, Kayla Yaakov, and Corey Alexander … to name a few.

In addition to the 82nd running of the Daytona 200, MotoAmerica will run its Mission King Of The Baggers, BellissiMoto Twins Cup, and Mission Super Hooligan National Championship races.

Entry lists and more information will be available after the close of entries on February 15.

If you are planning on entering any of the four classes at Daytona, you’re encouraged to do so now as late entries will not be accepted.

Entry Information

You must have a valid AMA competition license for the class you are entering. To apply for a license, visit https://americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/professional-licensing/ 

To enter any of the four classes slated for Daytona, visit https://www.motoamericaregistration.com/rider-and-crew-entry/

Once you are entered, watch for important links and documents. You can find important links and documents by visiting https://www.motoamericaregistration.com/daytona/ 

Rules and regulations for Daytona can be found at https://www.motoamericaregistration.com/competitor-info/

To review the 2024 Daytona 200 and Supersport regulations, visit https://americanmotorcyclist.com/racing/professional-licensing/

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