Pit Pass Motorcycle Talk Show for February 14, 2012 James Rispoli, Joshua Day, Kevin Johnson -
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Pit Pass Motorcycle Talk Show for February 14, 2012 James Rispoli, Joshua Day, Kevin Johnson

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James Rispoli, AMA Supersport – Celtic Racing
James “The Rocket” Rispoli captured two titles in 2011 atop the Suzuki GSX-R600 as well as the coveted Young Gun Award (for the best 16-21 year old road racer in America). Rispoli had some amazing results on his way to winning the AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport overall title and the SuperSport East Division championship. In Rispoli celebrated two wins, at Barber Motorsports Park and New Jersey Motorsports Park. Additionally, he earned six podium finishes, finishing off the rostrum only once. He recently announced that he will be back in 2012 to defend his titles aboard a Celtic Racing-Orient Express bike.

Joshua Day, World Supersport – Team Go Eleven
Josh is a Florida native that raced the Daytona Supersport class finishing first in the East Coast Series and second overall in the national series. In 2010 he sat out most of the season due to a lack of sponsorship but was picked up for a few rounds with the Four Feathers Racing team and had decent results. Last year he raced the European Superstock 600 class and finished just twelve points behind first. He was the first American to get a pole position, podium, and win a race in that race series. This year he’s headed to World Supersport to race for Team Go Eleven with their first entry in the World Supersport Class.

Greg Cottrell, President – Rugged Radios
With 20 years of experience in manufacturing racing communications for NASCAR, Baja 1000, and motocross Greg Cottrell, President of Rugged Radios, launches the new Audio Pit Board (APB) motocross training tool. Now the mechanic, parent, or instructor can have constant one way communication with the rider. Calling out instructions, faster lines, or lap times has never been so easy. The rider now has your voice in the helmet and can focus on the track instead of trying to look for the hard to see pit board. Ride safe ride fast with the Audio Pit Board!

Kevin Johnson, Arenacross – Team Faith Fly Racing KTM
Kevin has been racing Arenacross for seven years and has been with Team Faith the entire time. During his Arenacross career he’s enjoyed 16 main event wins and more than double that in heat race wins. Johnson has finished the season 3rd in points twice, 4th in points once, and 5th in points once. To this date he’s one of the longest running Arenacross racers thats still competing. Currently he’s 11th in points after his best finish being 5th in Topeka, Kansas.