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Chris Ulrich   » rider bio

Birth place Orange, California
Hometown Lake Elsinore, California
Height 6-0
Weight 168
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Chris Ulrich

Career Highlights

2013 - Finished 14th in AMA Pro SuperBike with a season-best finish of ninth in Race 2 at Daytona. Raced for M4 Broaster Chicken Racing Honda.    

2012 - Finished 10th in the AMA Pro SuperBike point standings, posting six Top 10s including a late-season rally which included sixth-place results at Homestead and NOLA. Raced for M4 RoadracingWorld.com Suzuki. 

2011 - Raced in AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike, earning two Top 10s including a best finish of ninth in Race 1 at Daytona. Serious injuries suffered at the second round included a broken back, concussion and arterial bruising, effectively ending his season. Raced for Team M4 Suzuki.

2010 - Finished out of the top-ten just once in National Guard SuperBike, with a highest finish of sixth in Race 1 at Daytona International Speedway. Placed eighth overall.

2009 - With the realignment of AMA Pro Racing's classes, Ulrich took on the AMA Pro American SuperBike field in 2009 and finished 12th in the point standings.

2008 - Shook off injuries, including a breaking a hand at mid-season, to put together a solid year in Superstock highlighted by a podium at Barber and fourth at Daytona. Finished sixth in the season championship. Was part of the winning team in the AMA Pro SunTrust Moto-GT 8 Hours At Daytona for the second consecutive year. Raced for Roadracingworld.com Suzuki but also co-rode to a WERA National Endurance Championship with Versah Suzuki.

2007 - Raced in Superstock, earning seven top-10 finishes and a pole position at Road America. Part of the winning team in the AMA Pro SunTrust Moto-GT 8 Hours At Daytona. Raced with Roadracingworld.com Suzuki.

2006 - Contested the Superstock series, earning two top-10 finishes. Co-rode to victory in the AMA Pro SunTrust Moto-GT 3 Hour at Homestead-Miami. Raced with Roadracingworld.com Suzuki but also co-rode to the WERA National Endurance Championship with Vesrah Suzuki.

2005 - Ulrich raced in Superstock, earning five top-20 finishes. Raced with Roadracingworld.com Suzuki.

2004 - Ulrich underwent several surgeries and raced only a few events in AMA Pro SuperSport with Roadracingworld.com Suzuki. His best result was a 10th-place finish at Mid-Ohio on a magazine project bike he and his mechanic built themselves and ran under Roadracingworld.com colors.

2003 - Contested 750 SuperSport, earning two top-10 finishes. Raced selected Formula Xtreme events with a best showing of 11th at Road Atlanta. Raced with Valvoline EMGO Suzuki.

2002 - Contested the 750 SuperSport series, earning four top-10 finishes and winning at Mid-Ohio. Finished 11th in the Laguna Seca round of Formula Xtreme. Raced with Valvoline EMGO Suzuki team.

2001 - Scored two podiums and won the Laguna Seca round of 750 SuperSport. Raced for Roadracingworld.com Suzuki and co-rode to a WERA Championship with Vesrah Suzuki. Suffered a shoulder injury in post-season testing.

2000 - Finished fifth in points in 250 Grand Prix, including a third place finish at the Mid-Ohio round and five additional top-five finishes. Raced for World Sports Yamaha.

1999 - Took 250GP podium finishes at Road Atlanta and New Hampshire and placed third in the championship. Rode for Kids: Don't Smoke! Yamaha.

Early Career - Turned Pro in 1997 and ran his first major road races in 250 Grand Prix in 1998.

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