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Blake Baggett, 250SX/MX – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki |
After a successful amateur career Blake turned pro in 2010 and quickly made a name for himself in the pro ranks. In 2011 he finished fourth in the Supercross Lites East and third in the Outdoors. In his 2012 Supercross Lites season he finished fourth in the East. He currently leads the Outdoor series by thirteen points.
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Teddy Maier, Canadian Outdoor Nationals MX2 – Leading Edge Kawasaki|
After a long professional career in the U.S. racing Supercross, Arenacross, and some Outdoor Nationals, Teddy found his niche racing in Canada. He won the MX2 class in 2009 and finished 2nd in 2010. He raced the MX1 class last year on the 450 and took 3rd in the series. Now he’s back on the 250 in the MX2 class where he leads the series once again.
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Steve Johnson, Director of Powersports – CV Products|
CV Products is a privately held company based in Thomasville, North Carolina. Clyde Vickers, a stock car driver, started purchasing and selling racing parts from 1200 sq. ft. building in Highpoint, North Carolina in 1988. CV Products now sells many high performance parts from its current 35,000 sq. ft. building that serves as the corporate headquarters. CV Products is a diverse company focused on performance and motor sports industries with locations in both Thomasville, NC and Mooresville, NC. CV Products manages multiple brands such as CV4, Spin, X2, Xceldyne, XTS, and more.
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David Anthony, AMA Pro Superbike – Kneedraggers.com Motul Fly Racing |
Aussie Dave is 11th overall in the AMA Pro Superbike class, with his best finish this year being an 8th place in three separate races. This past weekend at Barber Motorsports Park he finished in 10th on Saturday and 9th on Sunday. In 2011 he finished in 14th overall after competing in nine races. In addition to racing motorcycles, Dave is also a qualified motorcycle mechanic and accredited motorcycle coach.
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John Lukasik Jr., Supermoto Racer – Kensington Motorsports|
The 2011 Michigan Supermoto Championship Vet Class Champion, Kensington Motorsports’ John Lukasik, Jr. won the Vet Class at round two at the June 24th round at Auto City Speedway in Clio, Michigan. In addition to being the defending Vet champion, Lukasik finished third in the Pro Class standings in 2011. He also competed in the Pro Class finishing fourth. Lukasik started racing MX at eight years old. He raced everything from the Mini O’s to the Canadian Amateur Nationals to the AMA Arenacross in the amateur ranks.