“I’m really happy to be going back to Team Hammer, the team that has helped me achieve some of my best results,” Paris said. “After a challenging year in CEV in 2014, I’m looking forward to taking all the things I’ve learned and combining them with the opportunity to be working again with a proven, winning team and top-notch equipment to see what I can accomplish.”
Along with support from M4 and Roadracing World, Melissa will continue to be supported by her personal sponsors Joe Rocket, MotionPro, Drippin’ Wet and Zodiac Watches. She is also excited to announce new partnerships with HJC, GoAZ Motorcycles and Spooky Fast Customs.
“I’m so thankful to the companies that have supported me over the years and I’m excited that I get to continue to represent them. I also am really stoked to be working with some great new partners in 2015,” said Melissa.
Paris finished fifth in the 2014 Repsol CEV Superstock 600 Championship held primarily in Spain.
The 2015 MotoAmerica season will kick off at the Circuit of the Americas, April 10-12, in Austin, Texas.