- 2013- 17th AMA Pro Daytona SportBike
- 2012- 40th AMA Pro Daytona SportBike
- 2011- 24th AMA Pro Daytona SportBike
- 2010- 30th AMA Pro Daytona SportBike
Born: February 18, 1983 Concord, CA Residence: Oceanside, CA Racing Number: 13 Professional Debut: 2009
After learning how to ride a motorcycle only one year prior, Melissa Paris began racing at age 21. In 2007, she competed in the WERA National Endurance series, winning two races and claimed four other podium positions. She also placed third at the USGPRU/AMA 125GP event held at Miller Motorsports Park. She competed aboard a Honda RS250 in USGPRU and CCS in 2008, claiming two pole positions; two podiums and one win with USGPRU. She won the CCS National Lightweight GP championship at Daytona.
In 2009, Paris competed in nine rounds of AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, earning a best finish of 21st in the Daytona 200, the highest finish for a female rider in the history of the event. Sustained a broken leg at VIR but a quick recovery had Paris back on her race bike before the end of the year. She contended the majority of the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship in 2010, earning 30th overall and finishing as high as 15th. In 2011, she competed in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, finishing a season-high 16th place at Miller and ended the season in 24th overall. She made eleven starts and placed 40th in the standings during the 2012 season. Paris has placed a career best finish of 10th this year and is currently 17th in the 2013 points chase.