9 Total number of races won by CBR600 riders in 1987-every round run that year. In '91 the CBR600F2 repeated this feat, and in '93 the F3 upped that tally to an undefeated 11 victories.
8 Total number of championships won by Honda, the series' most successful manufacturer. Yamaha has won five titles, Kawasaki four and Suzuki three.
83 Total number of races won by Honda, followed by Kawasaki (47), Yamaha (46) and Suzuki (15).
21 Percentage of races won by Miguel Duhamel (41 wins) in series history (191 races total). The second-generation racer also holds the record for the longest winning streak, with 10 races on the trot from 1995-'96.
12 Number of years that elapsed between Duhamel's first win on March 3, 1991, and his last on June 29, 2003.
19 Total number of races won by Jamie Hacking, the next winningest rider.
40 Percentage of championships won by non-American riders: French-Canadians Miguel Duhamel (1991, '93, '95, '96 and '97) and Steve Crevier (1998) and British-born Jamie Hacking (2003 and '06).
7,037 Gap in seconds between the Supersport (2:19.007, Jamie Hacking, Yamaha YZF-R6) and Superbike (2:11.970, Mat Mladin, Suzuki GSX-R1000) lap records at Road America-the biggest in the series.
1,984 Gap in seconds between the Supersport (1:37.877, Tommy Hayden, Kawasaki ZX-6R) and Superbike (1:35.893, Ben Spies, Suzuki GSX-R1000) lap records at Infineon Raceway-the smallest in the series.
400 Minimum number of motorcycles that must be street-certified and imported for retail sale in the USA to be homologated for AMA Supersport competition.