PJ Jacobsen takes the checkers at Road America this past weekend. Image courtesy of Celtic HSBK Racing.

The following is from Celtic HSBK Racing…

Brandon Paasch. Image courtesy of Celtic HSBK Racing.

Celtic HSBK Racing had a nearly perfect weekend at round one of the 2020 MotoAmerica Championship at Road America, beginning with a solid performance from the team’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup entrant Sam Lochoff, who scored a third and fifth in his respective races. Returning to the U.S., Brandon Paasch rode to an impressive double podium with two second-place finishes. Unfortunately, a technical issue resulted in a DQ in race two. PJ Jacobsen aboard his Ducati Panigale V4 R dominated the Stock 1000 field on Saturday with a historic first victory for Ducati in the U.S. on the national level. He followed that up by winning both Superbike Cup races as the leading Stock 1000 rider in the Superbike class and nearly getting on the Superbike podium.

Sam Lochoff. Image courtesy of Celtic HSBK Racing.

The team is made possible through key partners North American Warhorse, Ducati New York, Ducati USA, Competition Werkes, EVOL Technology, New York Safety Track, Fast by Ferracci, and Admore Air.

In addition, the team is supported by the following technical sponsors: Bickle Racing, BrakeTech, Cox Racing, Drippin’ Wet, Drive Systems USA, EAZIGrip, Full Spectrum, GB Racing, Jap4Performance, MWR Filters, Ohlins USA, Out There Brands, RaceSeats, Samco Sport, Spiegler Performance, SBS Brakes, STM, and Zero Gravity.

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