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Nov 16, 2010

AMA Road Racers Dehaven, Herrin, Parker On The Radio Tonight

Motorcycle Talk Show for November 16, 2010 - Josh Herrin, Austin Dehaven, Ricky Parker, Kurt Caselli, Jeff Heininger

Advance, North Carolina (November 16, 2010) - Top talent and industry insiders from the motorcycle world give their uncut opinions and race stories. Get your weekly motorcycle news live from Pit Pass Moto Weekly. Pit Pass Moto Weekly is now heard in over 50 countries around the world.

5 pm to 7 pm Pacific - Motorcycle Radio streaming individual interviews from, or download the program from our archives to your ipod or mp3 player anytime.

Josh Herrin, Daytona Sportbike - Graves Yamaha

Herrin had another amazing season racing for Graves Yamaha in the Daytona Sportbike class where he finished third overall. During the 2010 season he celebrated five victories and eleven podiums. In 2009 Herrin finished second overall in the Daytona class. Both race series came down to the wire. He is already signed to race again for the Graves Yamaha team and perhaps 2011 will be the one where Josh wins the championship. He recently signed with his new shoe sponsor DC Shoes, so things are starting off on the right foot.

Austin Dehaven, AMA Supersport - Privateer

In 2010 Austin rode as a privateer with long time AMA crew chief Robert Ward and his dad Eric as the entire crew. In the nine races he competed in he took seven top five finishes and three podiums (a 5th, three 4ths, one 3rd, and two 2nds). In 2008 Austin raced in the U.S. AMA Red Bull Rookies Cup and finished 6th overall. In 2009 he raced in the WERA Series since he was only 15 and too young to start racing in the AMA Series. Austin is a student and protégé of Keith Code and the California Superbike School. For 2011 the plans are still in the works, but Austin just traveled to Italy a few weeks back to test with the Official Yamaha Factory Junior European Superstock 600 team, Team Trasimeno.

Ricky Parker, 2009 AMA West Supersport Champion - Privateer

The 2009 AMA West Supersport Champion is putting together the plans to come back to race Daytona Sportbike in 2011. Parker had a brief stint in Europe this past year that was plagued with mechanical issues and then financial issues. He was supposed to race the entire Italian Championship. Now Parker is back in the states and has set his sights on winning another U.S. Championship. He is actively racing, putting together sponsor deals and getting back into shape for the 2011 AMA season.

Kurt Caselli, WORCS Champion - FMF/KTM

With a 6 point lead over Ricky Dietrich, FMF KTM's Kurt Caselli went into the final round of the WORCS series at Mesquite MX Park confident and ready. He only needed to finish on the podium to clinch the title. Many thought he would ride cautiously and didnt know if his results in the last round would reflect that. Instead he walked away with the win and the number one plate. He took the lead on lap 11 and finished over 30 seconds ahead of the second place rider, his teammate Mike Brown. This is his 2nd Championship in the WORCS series.

Jeffrey V. Heininger, Chairman - American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation

Jeff Heininger hails from a longtime motorcycling family, and competed in the 1972 ISDT. Today, he is the owner and manager of Heininger Holdings, LLC, located in Bellingham, Wash., which creates and distributes products that enhance road travel. Among the talents he lends to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame are public relations expertise developed with Kawasaki in the 1970s, knowledge of sports and product promotion from consumer electronics and IronMan® bicycles, and publishing expertise. This Friday Jeff and the AMA Hall of Fame will be inducting the new members at the Awards Banquet at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Crew at Pit Pass Radio
Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Ed Kuhlenkamp, Jack DeLeon.

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