Accomplishments

2013: Raced as M4 Motorcycle Road Racing with Chris Ulrich #18 in AMA Pro Superbike and with Benny Solis Jr. #3 in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike. Team Hammer also provided racebikes, mechanics, transportation and logistical support under contract to Chris Ulrich Racing's GEICO Motorcycle Road Racing program with rider Dane Westby #5 in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, and to MPH Racing with rider Melissa Paris #13 in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike. 

2012: Raced as M4 Suzuki with Dane Westby #5 in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike and Chris Ulrich #18 in AMA Pro Superbike, with Westby finishing second in the SportBike Championship and Ulrich finishing 10th in Superbike. Raced as SuzukiScoopFans SportbikeTrackGear.com with Elena Myers #21 in AMA Pro SuperSport to 3rd in SuperSport West points. Provided technical and logistical support for Chris Ulrich Racing’s GEICO Suzuki program, with Martin Cardenas #36 winning eight races and earning the Daytona SportBike Championship for the second time. Provided technical and logistical support for Team Venezuela and rider Robertino Pietri #3 in AMA Pro Superbike.

2011: Raced as M4 Suzuki in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike and in AMA Pro Superbike, raced as SuzukiScoopFans Suzuki in AMA Pro SuperSport, and provided technical and logistical support for GEICO Suzuki in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike. Won 4 of 13 races--with 12 podium finishes--and the 2011 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship. Also earned 3 AMA Pro Superbike podiums--including one race win--and finished fourth in final Superbike point standings with Martin Cardenas. Earned a podium finish--third--in AMA Pro SuperSport and finished 5th in final SuperSport West point standings. 

2010: Raced as Team M4 Monster Energy Suzuki in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike and in AMA Pro Superbike. Won a record nine of 18 races and the 2010 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship with Martin Cardenas. Also earned three AMA Pro Superbike podiums, 10 top-five and 29 top-10 finishes. 

2009: Raced as Team M4 Suzuki in AMA Daytona Sportbike class; team riders finished 1-2 twice; won seven races with an additional nine podium finishes and seven pole positions; finished third and fifth in Daytona Sportbike points. 

2008: Raced as Team M4 EMGO Suzuki in the AMA Pro Formula Xtreme, Supersport and Superstock classes; team riders won two races and finished on the podium 13 times; finished fourth and 11th in Supersport points, fourth in Superstock points and seventh in Formula Xtreme points. 

2007: Raced as Team M4 EMGO Suzuki in the AMA Formula Xtreme, Supersport and Superstock classes; team riders finished on the podium 12 times; finished eighth and 11th in Supersport points, fourth in Superstock points and 13th in Formula Xtreme points. 

2006: Raced as Team M4 EMGO Suzuki in AMA Formula Xtreme, Supersport and Superstock classes; team riders finished on the podium 13 times; finished second and third in Supersport points, fourth in Superstock and sixth in Formula Xtreme. 

2005: Began a new era as M4 EMGO Suzuki, winning the first Superstock race of the year at Daytona; finished on the podium two more times in Superstock and four times in Formula Xtreme. Despite injuries, finished fifth in Supersport points and eighth in Superstock. 

2004: Raced as Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki in the 2004 AMA Formula Xtreme, Supersport and Superstock Series. Finished third in Supersport points, sixth in Supersport and seventh in Superstock. Also won F-USA races at Daytona, Barber, and Homestead, with three Superbike wins and three Formula SportBike victories. 

2003: Won two AMA Superstock races, at Road America and Brainerd, took two Superstock pole positions and finished sixth in season points despite not contesting all the races; finished fourth at Infineon Raceway in Formula Xtreme; took fifth place in the season finale at Birmingham in Superbike; continued Team Hammer Advanced Riding School. 

2002: Won AMA Formula Xtreme race at Brainerd and AMA Superstock race at Mid-Ohio; finished second in AMA Supersport race at Virginia; team riders finished eighth in AMA Superstock final points, seventh in AMA Formula Xtreme final points, and 10th in AMA Supersport final points; continued Team Hammer Advanced Riding School. 

2001: Won AMA Formula Xtreme Championship with Suzuki GSX-R1000; team riders finished first and third in AMA Formula Xtreme final points with two race wins and five second-place finishes; continued Team Hammer Advanced Riding School (formerly known as Team Suzuki Advanced Riding School). 

2000: Won AMA 750cc Supersport Championship and Formula USA Unlimited Superbike Championship, both with Suzuki GSX-R750; team riders finished first and fourth in AMA 750cc Supersport final points with five race wins and first in Formula USA Unlimited Superbike final points with nine race wins; continued Team Hammer Advanced Riding School (formerly known as Team Suzuki Advanced Riding School). 

1999: Team riders finished third and fourth in AMA Formula Xtreme final points, finished fourth in AMA 750cc Supersport final points with three race wins, took first and second in the GSXR600 Suzuki Cup Final and second in the GSXR750 Suzuki Cup Final, and won four CCS Championships; continued Team Hammer Advanced Riding School (formerly known as Team Suzuki Advanced Riding School). 

1998: Team riders finished second and fourth in Formula USA final points, won three WERA National Challenge Series and Sportsman National Championships, and dominated the Suzuki Cup Finals; continued Team Suzuki Advanced Riding School (now known as Team Hammer Advanced Riding School.) 

1997: Won 13th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 8 out of 10 series races; won 127th endurance race; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1996: Won 12th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won all 10 series races; won 119th endurance race; won 4th Formula USA Championship and Formula USA Team Challenge as Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1995: Won 11th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 8 out of 10 series races entered; won 109th endurance race; won Formula USA Team Challenge; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1994: Won 10th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 9 out of 10 series races entered; won 101st endurance race; won Formula USA Team Challenge; total team endurance race mileage topped 90,000 miles; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1993: Won 9th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 9 out of 12 series races and also won inaugural AMA 90-minute GTO race at Daytona; won 92nd race; won 3rd Formula USA Championship as Team Valvoline Suzuki; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1992: Won 8th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won Nelson Ledges 24-hour; won 10 out of 13 series races; won 82nd endurance race; won 2nd Formula USA Championship as Team Valvoline Suzuki; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1991: Won 7th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won Willow Springs 24-Hour and set new U.S. 24-hour race mileage record at 2215 miles, 92.29 mph; won 11 out of 14 series races; won 72nd endurance race; continued Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1990: Won 6th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won both WERA 24-hour races and set new U.S. 24-hour race mileage record at 2207.5 miles, 91.98 mph; won 61st endurance race; won Formula USA Championship as Team Valvoline Suzuki; established Team Suzuki Endurance Advanced Riding School. 

1989: Won 5th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 48th endurance race; joined Valvoline's People Who Know Say No To Drugs program. 

1988: Second in WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance; won 40th endurance race and third 24-hour race. 

1987: Won 4th WERA National Endurance Championship, with GSX-R1100, as Team Suzuki Endurance. 

1986: Won 3rd WERA National Endurance Championship with GSX-R1100, as Team Hammer. Earned first major support from Suzuki. 

1985: Finished 11th in WERA National Endurance Series, with GS1150, as Team Hammer. 

1984: Won 2nd WERA National Endurance Championship, with GS1100, as Team Hammer; won both 24-hour races and set U.S.24-hour race mileage record at 2025 miles, 84.4 mph. 

1983: Won 1st WERA National Endurance Championship with GS1100, as Team Hammer. 

1982: Competed in WERA National Endurance Series with GS1100, as Team Hammer. 

1981: Hammer and Ulrich entered five endurance races with GS1100, as Team Hammer, won three. 

1980: Privateers Bruce Hammer and John Ulrich formed Team Hammer at end of 1980 racing season.