Alexander Narrowly Misses Top Spot In Third Consecutive Podium Finish At NJMP

2019-09-12 07:58
Corey Alexander misses a win by .145 securing his third consecutive podium with a second place finish at New Jersey Motorsports Park.

The RideHVMC Freeman racing Kawasaki team with support from RARacing and JJD Corp earned their third podium finish in a row in just four race starts this past Sunday at the New Jersey round of the MotoAmerica Superstock 1000cc championship. After positioning himself within the top three all weekend with an overall qualifying time of 1:22:994, Corey worked his way up through the field after struggling off the starting line from his third place starting spot.

After being shuffled back to the seventh position, Alexander committed to some aggressive passing maneuvers to work his way up to second with just a handful of laps remaining in the shortened twelve lap sprint race. Tracking down the leader, he was able to clock in the fastest lap time of the race with a 1:23:085. Corey ultimately was unable to manage a pass around the leader on the final lap marginally missing the top step of the podium by .145 with his 2019 Kawaski ZX-10R.

“It’s been a long while since I’ve charged for a win like that in MotoAmerica competition.” Alexander comments “I couldn’t be more excited to have been able to do it in front of all of my friends and family here in NJ. It’s unfortunate that I caught a false neutral off the starting line because I know we had a bike capable to win the race had we been there from the start. Thank you to everyone still supporting me after all this time and those that stepped up this season to help me get back on track. I’m hoping that these three podium finishes will help to make something happen for next season and allow us to come back to compete for the championship. I have to give a special thank you to Jon Freeman and Rich Meilman for making this past weekend happen, it wouldn’t have been possible without them. Thanks to all of our sponsors as well.”

This round marks the end of the Corey’s 2019 campaign with a highlighted off-season focus on returning for the 2020 season to compete full time in the Superstock 1000cc championship. The RideHVMC Freeman Racing team is actively seeking support, to learn more about partnership opportunities please contact us via You can stay up to date with Corey on social media via: @corey23alexander.

RideHVMC Freeman Racing thanks it’s current partners:
Hudson Valley Motorcycles, RAR Racing, JJD Corp, Kawasaki USA, Akrapovic Exhaust Systems, Maxima Racing Oils, Defy All Odds Apparel, Motion Pro, Superlite Sprockets, Woodcraft Technologies, Armour Bodies, JP43 Training, MotoAnatomy, Arai Helmets, Rev IT!, KC74 Tracking, FTA Embroidery, Prestige Services Group, Team Four3 Performance Lab, Limited Decal, Flex Racing, Gemini Technologies, Beta Tools, Flash Tune, Ohlins USA, Saddlemen Seats, and Galfer Brakes.

About Hudson Valley Motorcycles:
Hudson Valley Motorcycles is a family owned and operated motorcycle dealership that has been serving New York's Hudson Valley and Westchester County as well as Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New England with Kawasaki, Ducati, Scrambler Ducati, Suzuki, Energica and ATV, motorcycle or UTV Sales, Parts, and Service for over 50 years. For more info visit, call (914)-762-2722 or follow @hvmotorcycles on social media.

About RideHVMC:
RideHVMC is a northeast based premier track experience provider offering high quality motorcycle track-days with limited spots and a safe, confidence inspiring riding environment. New for 2019, RideHVMC now offers personal riding instruction in association with JP43 Training. Visit to signup or to inquire about personal instruction at a track near you or follow @ridehvmc on social media.

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