Index: The Kawasaki Story
AMA Superbike Results
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From 1989 onwards Kawasaki's AMA Superbike Results included numerous single event victories, overall championship wins by Doug Chandler in 1990, 1996 and 1997, an overall win by Scott Russell in 1992, and more recently a 2nd overall by Eric Bostrom in 2002.
Here's the breakdown...
Eric Bostrum wins Fountain and Elkhart Lake and finishes 7th overall
Eric Bostrum wins at Fountain, Monterey, Lexington and Alton and finishes 2nd overall behind Nicky Hayden (Honda)
Eric Bostrum wins at Lougon and Monterey and finishes 2nd overall behind Mathew Mladin (AUS/Suzuki). Doug Chandler finishes 4th overall
Eric Bostrum wins at Fountain and finishes 4th overall behind Mladin (Suzuki) Hayden (Honda) and Yates (Suzuki). Doug Chandler finishes 5th overall
Doug Chandler wins at Loudon, Lexington and Fountain and finishes 4th overall behind Mladin (Suzuki) Ben Bostrom (Ducati) and Anthony Gobert (AUS/Ducati). Eric Bostrom finishes 7th overall. Chandler's teammate Aaron Yates finished 8th overall.
Doug Chandler finished 2nd overall behind Ben Bostrom without taking a single win
Doug Chandler wins at Monterey and wins overall championship ahead of Miguel Duhamel (CAN/Honda) and Matt Mladin (AUS/Ducati)
Doug Chandler wins at Monterey and Las Vegas wins overall championship just ahead of Miguel Duhamel (CAN/Honda). By '96 there were six factory backed teams in the AMA competition.
Scott Russell wins at Daytona but season is dominated by Miguel Duhamel (CAN/Honda)
Scott Russell wins at Daytona and Atlanta but season won by Troy Corser (Ducati)
Scott Russell wins at Loudon, Dale Quarterley wins at Lexington, Miguel Duhamel wins at Sonoma and finishes 3rd overall. Season dominated by Doug Polen (Ducati)
Scott Russell wins at Daytona, Loudon and College Station and takes overall championship ahead of Thomas Stephens (???) and Doug Polen (Ducati)
Scott Russell wins at Loudon, Charlotte, Topeka and College Station and finishes 2nd overall just 2 points adrift of winner Thomas Stephens (Yamaha)
Doug Chandler wins at Loudon, Elkhart, Miami and Lexington and takes overall championship convincingly ahead of Randy Renfrow (Honda)
Doug Chandler wins at Lexington and Topeka finished 5th overall.
See Also: K Index | AMA Supersport Results