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Difference Between AMA and Motogp

AMA vs Motogp

AMA and Motogp are names associated with bikes and super bike races. One is universal race and the other one is just U S based.

The AMA bikes are modified bike versions. On the other hand, Motogp are bikes exclusively made for races. When comparing the two bikes, the Motogp bikes are stronger than AMA bikes.

AMA bikes are available in the market and can be used by the public. On the other hand, Moto GP bikes are not accessible for the general public. Motogp bikes cannot be used on the road whereas the AMA bike can be used on the roads. The Motogp bikes are manufactured for special purposes.

When comparing the two races, the Motogp races are a class in itself. The Motogp races are far superior to the AMA races.

The AMA is the leading super bike racing in United States. The AMA races were launched in 1976. The American Motor Association managed the races till 2009 and then the management was transferred to Daytona MotorSports Group. The AMA race has undergone many changes including the engine modifications.

When the AMA bike races are US based, the Motogp is an international race. The bikes used in motogp races have engines with more horsepower than those used in AMA races.  The bikes used in Motogp races can reach higher speeds when compared to the bikes in AMA races. Another difference that is noticed between AMA and motogp bikes is that the latter ones have traction controls.

People consider motogp races and bikes as more prestigious than the AMA bikes and races. The motogp bikes are given a royal status when compared to the AMA bikes.

Summary

  1. The AMA bikes are modified bike versions. On the other hand, Motogp are bikes exclusively made for races.
  2. Motogp races and bikes as more prestigious than the AMA bikes and races.
  3. AMA bikes are available in the market and can be used by the public. On the other hand, Moto GP bikes are not accessible for the general public.
  4. Motogp bikes cannot be used on the road whereas the AMA bike can be used on the roads. The Motogp bikes are manufactured for special purposes.
  5. When comparing the two races, the Motogp races are a class in itself.
  6. The motogp bikes are given a royal status when compared to the AMA bikes.
  7. The bikes used in motogp races have engines with more horsepower than those used in AMA races.

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1 Comment

  1. I am personally more a fan of Moto GP than Super Bike competition. Nevertheless, it is my opinion that this article exhibits a grossly unfair bias in favor of Moto GP. It presumes to speak of Super Bike in general while effectively ignoring FIM Super Bike (the international version), which has a very big following. There are many credible folks in the motorcycle racing business who would not deprecate Super Bike to the extent this writer did. For many fans, the fact that the bikes being used in Super Bike competition are similar to those that they can purchase is a factor that makes such racing more interesting. I think it would be preferable to make the distinction here on the basis that Moto GP and Super Bike are distinct classes of race competition with focus on the technical differences in the bikes as opposed to claimed aspects of prestige.

    Note that there are numerous problems with the way the article is written. It is unnecessarily repetitive (even in the so called summary). By title, it claims to be a comparison of AMA and Moto GP; but that would be an apples and oranges situation. What it really compares are two classes of racing. In fact, the American Motorcyclist Association is an organization which is involved in many aspects of motorcycling in the U.S. besides racing. They do sanction racing events, but most certainly not limited to Super Bikes. (Indeed, AMA Supercross probably has a bigger following.)

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