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Jun 21, 2016

Broaster Chicken/Road Race Factory Returning To MotoAmerica Action At Utah Motorsports Campus

Jake Gagne (32).

The RoadRace Factory makes its return to MotoAmerica action this weekend in Utah. After taking some time off in order to regroup and do some critical testing, the team is returning to MotoAmerica action in Tooele, Ut for Round Seven. With a renewed focus on becoming more cost effective, the team will be slightly streamlined as the team's transporter will remain at the team's Race House in Fort Collins, CO.

This past weekend, the team completed a very successful test at their home track of High Plains Raceway where Jake Gagne shattered the outright track record. A record that had stood for 10 years. After confirming the set-up with Scotty and the rest of the 32 Crew, Team Principal Danny Walker gave the "Go Ahead" to get everything ready for Utah.

Danny Walker, "I was nervous about us being able to return in time for Utah, but Scotty and his crew have been working non-stop since we returned from Road America to sort the issues out. Jake was very patient but when we called him to Colorado, he couldn't get back on the bike fast enough. I'm truly excited to get back to racing and getting Gagne back on track with a solid machine under him. Now, personally, I'm not a huge fan of the track in Utah.. Haha it's been the scene of our worst performances. But I'm confident that we can turn this luck around and I know Jake will give it everything he has in order to be back towards the front of the pack."


More, from another press release issued by Broaster Chicken/Road Race Factory:

The Broaster Chicken / RoadRace Factory team makes its return to MotoAmerica action this weekend in Utah. After taking some time off in order to regroup and do some critical testing, the team is returning to MotoAmerica action in Tooele, Ut for Round Seven. With a renewed focus on becoming more cost effective, the team will be slightly streamlined as the team's transporter will remain at the team's Race House in Fort Collins, CO.

In our excitement to get back to the track and racing, we didn't recognize those who have continued to support us throughout this trying time. First and foremost, Broaster Chicken. Our title sponsor has stayed with us throughout this experience and without their increased support, we wouldn't be going back to the MotoAmerica series. They remain our title sponsor and have doubled down on their commitment to the team and to Jake Gagne. They have committed all available resources to ensuring that Jake has the best bike possible to continue his MotoAmerica Superbike Season.

Along with Broaster Chicken, our other premier sponsors have all pitched in in order for us to continue. Specifically we'd like to thank:

Yamaha USA

Motul

Arrow Exhausts

Bazzaz

We wouldn't be headed to Utah without their continued support.