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Cameron Beaubier, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike a�� YES Graves Yamaha |
Beaubier is coming off his best weekend so far in the series with his back-to-back wins at Barber Motorsports Park. Despite missing the Road Atlanta rounds he has managed to grab six podium finishes and sits in 5th place overall in the series. Beaubier was a member of the Red Bull MotoGP Academy and raced in the 125cc Spanish CEV Championship in 2008. In 2011 he finished in 6th overall in the Daytona SportBike class.
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Jake Zemke, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike a�� Ducshop Racing Team|
A road racing veteran, Zemke is currently in 6th place overall in the Daytona SportBike class. His best finish so far this season has been 4th place. The team is a privateer effort and they are in need of financial support from the road racing community. All contributions are welcome and they are offering some sweet team merchandise as a thank you. Zemke was the 2008 Formula Xtreme Champion and in 2010 he finished in 3rd place overall in the AMA Pro Superbike class.
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Brad Cameron, Brand Manager – Renthal |
Renthal is a global leader in the manufacturing, design and sales of motorcycle and ATV accessories, including but not limited to, handlebars, grips, chainwheels and chain. Our products are sold globally, but the manufacturing heart is in Manchester England. Renthal is the leader in handlebars for the motorcycle and ATV markets and currently, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and KTM spec their motocross models with Renthal handlebars as stock.
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Justin Brayton, 450 Motocross/Supercross- Team Honda Muscle Milk|
JB10 had an incredible year in Supercross with several podiums and fourth overall in the championship. His Outdoor season didn’t started off as strong as expected but things started to turn around for the Iowa native at the Budds Creek National. After qualifying fifth-quickest in the 450 practice, Brayton came out swinging in moto one, nailing the holeshot and riding a solid race to finish fifth. After grabbing a mid-pack start in moto two, he was able to charge his way to an eighth-place finish, giving him fifth overall.
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Rory Mead, GNCC XC1- WMR KTM|
2011 was Rory’s rookie year in the GNCC where he raced both XC1 and XC2 at select races. Overall he had a good rookie season with the highlight being a 5th place finish at Snowshoe in the XC1 class. This year he’s teamed up with the WMR KTM squad and he’s had a fantastic season. So far he’s third in points and won the Mammoth Kentucky and the Snowshoe rounds. The series heads to Ohio for the Wiseco John Penton round this weekend.