2024 Mission Foods Super Hooligan National Championship powered by Indian Motorcycles and brought to you by Roland Sands Design
Roland Sands Design is proud to introduce the 2024 Mission Foods Super Hooligan National Championship powered by Indian motorcycles. Our new format promises a multi-manufacturer battle on custom-built street bikes, tuned for traction and the high speeds of America’s most challenging race tracks.
The Mission Foods Superhooligan National Championship (SHNC), brought to you by Indian Motorcycle and Roland Sands, is proud to present 10 rounds of motorcycle road racing at five events across the United States. The season kicks off with Moto America at Daytona International Speedway in March, then onto The Ridge in Washington, Laguna Seca in California, Mid-Ohio and a grand finale in September at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas.
Water-cooled and air cooled internal combustion powered 750cc and up twins and the new addition of 900cc triples + electric bikes will all line up on the grid to battle for high-bar, streetbike dominance at the fastest tracks in the USA. Racers from the world's premier manufacturers including Indian Motorcycle, Harley-Davidson, KTM, Ducati, BMW, Triumph, Energica, and Yamaha will fight it out to dethrone the two-time Superhooligan champions, Indian Motorcycle. Guaranteed excitement for fans and racers alike.
Here’s the quick and dirty on the rule update.
Addition of triples (3-cylinder bikes with max 900cc displacement)
Loosening of airbox restrictions for Harley-Davidson Pan America models
No more separate divisions or points for American V-Twins
Extension of rules to ALL makes and models of air-cooled twins (not just American V-Twins)
Newly added 350 lb. minimum weight to air-cooled bikes (versus 377 lbs for water-cooled bikes)
Additional VP fuel options