Oct 9, 2012
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From a press release
issued by EvanSteelPerformance.com BMW
Danny Kelsey (30) races with Chris Peris at NOLA Motorsports Park. Photo by Brandon Bones/Studio 819, courtesy of RPSRaceTeam.com.
EvanSteelPerformance.com / Iron Horse Motorcycles BMW Team finishes off the 2012 season in style!
Aaron Yates rode the team's S1000RR again for the season finale at NOLA, finishing tenth in race one after an off track excursion caused by another rider, and fourth in race two with an improved chassis set up. In only his second AMA Superbike race back after several years off due to injury, and second race ever with the ESP team and the BMW S1000RR Aaron showed he is still one of the best Superbike riders in America. On a track neither Yates nor the team had ever seen, Aaron finished first practice in seventh position, ahead of several of the series regulars who had tested at NOLA for two days earlier in the season. A minor crash at the start of first qualifying on old tires meant the team spent most of that session on the backup bike, which slowed progress slightly, and Yates ended the session eleventh. Overnight repairs to the A-bike were successful, and with some slight modifications to the set-up Aaron was able to turn a best lap of 1:41.0 which was good for 6th place on the grid.
For race one Yates got a great start and slotted into seventh position at the end of the first lap. Starting lap two Roger Hayden came underneath Aaron and ran very wide, forcing both riders off the track, and they ended lap two in 13th and 14th place. Roger was able to charge all the way back to third by the end of the race, however set-up changes to the S1000RR didn't have the desired effect for the ESP team, and hampered Aaron's ability to make up ground. He still turned in a great ride, pushing all the way to the checkered flag to get the team another hard earned top ten Superbike finish.
Sunday morning warm up was a chance to try another chassis setting, and get the S1000RR working closer to Aaron's liking. For race two Yates nailed the start again, and was quickly in the mix with May, Rapp, Knapp, Pietri, Fillmore, and Pegram battling for 6th-12th position. When Roger Hayden and Blake Young collided and fell early in the race, it became a battle for fourth. Yates worked his way through the pack, making clean but aggressive passes and broke free from the group to claim fourth by the checkered flag, five seconds clear of the battle behind him.
Aaron Yates "I would like to say thanks to all who were involved or contributed to the effort that helped get me back on the racetrack, especially Evan Steel Performance for giving me the opportunity to ride the BMW. It was great to get back in the AMA paddock and see my friends and fans after such a long break! Thanks again to the great group of guys for doing an awesome job."
Evan Steel "It's been a big privilege for our team to have Aaron ride for us, he really helped us out with getting our bike going. His experience level in Superbike has been a huge asset for us, he has plenty of ideas on how to make improvements, it seems we don't get stuck at one lap time very long, he always comes up with a way to move ahead. He is always willing to go ride with our ideas too, and not worried about trying new things on the bike, which makes working with him fun for us. With two track days and half of a weekend for us at Miami due to the weather, he came here to New Orleans and scored our teams best ever Superbike finish in fourth, but more importantly was closer to the leader at the end of the race than we have ever been, and much closer to third place than we have ever been. It is a huge testament to his abilities that he was able to do that so quickly, the guy is incredible! We have really enjoyed working with him. With some proper testing and a full season of racing he can be right back at the front of AMA Superbike no question about it. I also really want to thank Dave from U.S.Mega-Max.com, Donna from Intawishin Consulting, Josh from Speedcell, John from IronHorseMotorcycles.com and Tom Savoca. Without all their support we could not have made the NOLA weekend, and we wouldn't have had a back up bike, which we ended up needing. Thank you!"
Phil Allison "This weekend was a good way to end the season, Aaron did a great job for us! We all really enjoyed working with him, and it's pretty awesome to have a five time national champion riding our bike. We have a great team dynamic going with the crew and rider, these last two rounds have been a lot of fun, as well as very effective. We have achieved our best Superbike results to date on the S1000RR, and I hope to improve on that next season."
The ESP team is planning to race BMW S1000RR's in AMA National Guard Superbike next season, ideally with Aaron Yates riding them. We are actively seeking major sponsorship, interested parties can contact Evan@EvanSteel Performance.com.
The entire EvanSteelPerformance.com BMW team would like to thank all of our awesome sponsors: IronHorseMotorcycles.com, U.S.MegaMax.com, Intawishin Consulting Group, K&L Supply Company, Musselman Honda, Thermosman Suspension, Carrozzerria USA, Leo Vince, Dunlop, XCEL Trackdays, GPR, Speedcell, Ballistik Apparel, Driven, Ohlins, GB Racing, Sidi, Samco, Kurvey Girl, OTL Magazine, Mussleman Honda Circuit, Supernova Cycles, ASMA, Tucson Pool and Spa, Mid Town Bar and Grill, Hotbodies, Chicken Hawk, and War Paint.
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More, from a press release issued by American Suzuki:
SUZUKI SPORTBIKETRACKGEAR.COM'S ELENA MYERS FINISHES SEASON STRONG
Myers 3rd overall in AMA Pro SuperSport West championship points
NEW ORLEANS, LA Team Suzuki SportbikeTrackGear.com rider Elena Myers brought the 2012 AMA Pro SuperSport season to a well-earned and respectable close this past double-header weekend at NOLA Motorsports Park in New Orleans, LA. Myers raced her Suzuki SportbikeTrackGear.com Suzuki GSX-R600 to fifth- and ninth-place finishes in Saturday and Sunday's races, and finished the season third in the overall championship points in the AMA Pro SuperSport West Series.
Saturday's 15-lap race saw Myers get a top-10 start on her Suzuki SportbikeTrackGear.com Suzuki GSX-R600 and settle into position. After getting her bearings, the Californian simply picked off the competition and moved up through the field. With a few laps to go, she was in fifth place when a rider crashed and caused a red flag and the AMA stopped the race. On Sunday, Myers got another top-10 start and rode a smooth, conservative race to finish ninth.
"Overall I think it was a good weekend for me and for the Suzuki SportbikeTrackGear.com team," said Myers. "Unfortunately, we had a little bit of bad luck and that cost me a possible podium finish on Saturday. But I felt strong all weekend and I feel like I'm in a good place with a couple of solid rides. Some of my strongest performances were in the last few rounds this year. The season just ended but I'm ready for next year. And I can't thank everyone enough for being behind me this year and believing in me."
Although Myers officially contested the AMA Pro SuperSport West Series, she raced every event. She started the year strong by capturing the win at one of the season-opening races at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL, and went on to pick up three top-five finishes and 13 top-10 finishes.
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More, from a press release issued by Edie Racing:
Edie is King of Mountain at Miller Motorsports Park
Saskatoon, SK - Canada's CSBK 2011 Pro Rookie of the Year and 2012 rookie superbike phenom, 16 year old Bodhi Edie hit the road this weekend [October 7] for his first race south of the 49th parallel. The trip proved well worth the effort, with Edie coming away victorious in the premier superbike class in round six of the Masters of the Mountains race series, sanctioned by the AMA.
Edie got his first taste of the Miller Motorsports Park east course on a Friday track day aboard his Edie Racing BMW S1000RR. He spent the day learning the track and fine tuning set up, by the end of the day nearing the top of the timesheets. Saturday provided more opportunity for practice and set up work, and by Sunday morning's qualifying session, Edie was able to take pole position in the King of the Mountain GTO class by 0.969 of a second.
Racing on Sunday afternoon began for Bodhi with 13th and 9th place starting positions in the Open Superbike class and the Open Superstock class, as both of these grids were built based on series points to date. Edie warmed up for the day's end King of the Mountain class by slicing through the pack in both classes, finishing second and first, respectively.
The day closed with the series premier class, and a grid of twelve racers in the King of the Mountain battle. Starting from his first career superbike pole position, Bodhi didn't get a great start, but fought back, battling with Jesse Sherstan, and was rewarded with a win and a margin of victory of 5.61 seconds over Sherstan in second place. Bodhi's fastest lap of the race was 1:33.379, only 0.67 of a second off of Scott Jensen's 2008 track record.
"The track was awesome; I was so stoked to ride my BMW here! The racing was exciting and this trip is one I will remember," says Edie.
Edie Racing thanks sponsor and fellow racer Chuck Antle for making this trip possible.
More, from a press release issued by RPSRaceTeam.com:
KELSEY FINISHES STRONG IN DAYTONA SPORTBIKE AT NOLA
RPSRaceTeam.com sponsored Danny Kelsey posted two top-15 finishes during the AMA Pro Racing Daytona Sportbike races held at NOLA Motorsports Park. The team had worked all season to secure equipment and funding for the AMA season. Even though challenges had prevented a successful AMA ProRacing season campaign, the team and Kelsey persisted and received permission and agreement to use an R-6 for the event from fellow CMRA competitor Chris Hamilton for the final round of Daytona Sportbike racing action to be hosted in Louisiana.
The team and Kelsey faced some substantial obstacles as they had never run the Dunlop DOT/Spec tires before, nor had they ever raced a Yamaha R-6 prior to the event. Friday started off with challenges as the "hard compound" Dunlop's didn't agree with the setup on the R-6 that the team had provided the Georgetown, Texas rider. Danny and the team lost about 25 minutes in the precious first practice session making repairs to the Yamaha R-6 during the first practice session. As the team worked to provide Kelsey an acceptable setup, Friday ended in disappointing fashion with a 28th place qualifying position.
During Friday evening discussions, the team came together and realized that they were not "far off" from a strong race setup. Changes were made again for the current CMRA #1 plate holder. "Friday night was critical as some teams would have let the frustration overwhelm the crew and rider goals. Danny (Kelsey) really came through for the team by overcoming the issues and staying focused on what we came here to accomplish. At the same time, I was frustrated too. We only got about 10 laps to even ride the bike prior to this event and my guess on the initial setup was off. We all stayed calm and although the qualifying was well below our expectations, we knew we had the chemistry, talent, and work ethic to make the weekend a success despite the obvious challenges", reflected crew chief Marcus McBain after Friday's efforts.
When the Saturday morning qualifying #2 session was completed, Kelsey let the team know that the setup was now "good enough to let him race and move up". Move up is just what Kelsey did. With the team getting their hands around the Dunlop setup quickly, Kelsey dropped the hammer on the Yamaha R-6 to push forward quickly as race 1 started. As the red flag was shown after just a few laps with Danny moving up 6 spots on the grid on the restart, Kelsey focused on how to launch the R-6 which was distinctly different from his usual Suzuki GSXR. As the green flag dropped for the second time, Kelsey now moved into the top 20. As Kelsey continued to pick off riders, it was apparent that his race pace was really strong. At the checkers, Kelsey posted a 15th place.
The strong finish quickly rejuvenated the team and they focused on making some critical changes to provide a better finish for race #2 on Sunday. One of the problems the team also chased was a "dead spot" between 13k and 14k on the motor. Believed to be a frayed wire on the Power Commander Autotune module, it was problematic as the weekend developed. "When we got the bike, the Power Commander was not working as it had wires pulled out of at least one of the connections. The guys at the Dynojet dyno onsite have been a great help. We needed to get this figured out as it was causing Danny (Kelsey) critical issues as he drove out of the turns during his race", noted crew chief Marcus McBain.
As the team completed some small changes for Kelsey for Race #2, former AMA Superbike racer Ottis Lance gave Kelsey a little advice on starting the R-6 so that he would quickly establish himself within the top 15 in the Daytona Sportbike class and possibly have a chance for a top-10 finish. As the green flag dropped for race #2, Kelsey quickly moved into the top 20 from the 28th starting spot. By lap 4, Kelsey was now part of a 7 rider freight train consisting of Galster, Riedmann, Peris, Nash, Kelsey, and Pascarella fighting for positions 11-17. The grouping strategically swapping positions as the race progressed and the fans took notice of the intense battles being waged. 4 laps from the end, the engine miss that had plagued the team all weekend began to worsen and Kelsey was now fighting to keep a top-15 position. As he continued to battle with Chris Peris, he lost touch with front of the pack and at the checkered flag Kelsey claimed 15th position.
The team was happy with the effort and results that were achieved during the weekend. "I am very pleased with the results, but at the same time I really wish we had an opportunity to setup the bike before we got here (to NOLA). We actually planned to ride it at a CMRA event last week, but that mostly got rained out and we only got 10 laps to ride the bike I think. I think if we had our GP Suspension cartridges and JRi shock installed with our setup, I would have gone much quicker. At the same time though, I am really happy with the fact we were able to get the bike to go as well as we did in the amount of time we had to figure everything out. Marcus and I have joked around that we could tape 2x4's to the rims and probably figure out a way to make the race bike go around the track and this weekend proved that we can get a bike going well no matter what the conditions and situation are. I have to thank Rig Tech and Chris Hamilton for letting us use the Yamaha R-6. He just gave us the bike and told us (the team) to do our best and bring back what is left over. We were glad to provide his bike back shiny and mostly new", noted lead pilot Danny Kelsey.
The team prepares for 2013 still looking for support to keep Danny Kelsey at the AMA full time. "Kelsey is an incredible rider, he has as much or maybe even more talent than any rider I have ever worked with"¦and I have worked with some great riders. I hope we are able to secure more support for him for 2013. He would without a doubt be able to run at the front of AMA Daytona Sportbike or Superbike with the proper support", crew chief Marcus McBain observed. For more information about the team and Danny Kelsey, please go to .
RPSRaceTeam.com would like to thank its sponsors KMC Controls, Rig Tech, Chris Hamilton, JRi Shocks, Motopiacafe.com, Komodo, Lone Star Track Days, GP Suspension, Dynojet, DP Brakes, LP Racing, Hotbodies, Arata, K's Motorsports, Vortex, WRW Racing, Sam's Cycle Salvage, and Island Racing Services for their continued support.
More, from a press release issued by Celtic Racing/Orient Express:
Celtic Racing's Rispoli Wins 2012 AMA SuperSport and West Championships
Celtic Orient Express Racing's James Rispoli won his second AMA Pro Road Racing SuperSport National Championship this weekend at the 2012 season finale at New Orleans Motorsports Park. Rispoli dominated the 2012 SuperSport field with eight race wins over twenty races and sixteen podiums total, earning a comfortable points lead before this weekend's events. Rispoli qualified in second position for both races, and showed good speed and control all weekend. Rispoli would only need to finish in seventh place or better on Saturday to clinch the championship in both the Overall and West series. A second red flag on Saturday ended the race early, with Rispoli in fourth after battling for second most of the way. In race two on Sunday, Rispoli already held the championships in hand, but put in a determined effort to finish the season on the podium - taking third place on the #1 Celtic Orient Express Racing Suzuki GSX-R 600. Teammate Corey Alexander was unable to attend the event at New Orleans after sustaining a fracture to his right leg in a training accident only one week before. Corey will finish the SuperSport East Championship in fifth position after a very competitive season with some strong results that shows his determination and drive.
The entire Celtic Racing team congratulates James Rispoli for his great results and amazing back-to-back championships in the AMA Pro Road Racing SuperSport class! James' hard work and enthusiasm for racing was infectious and brought the team tightly together by the end of the season. Everyone would also like to thank all of the great sponsors and supporters who made the 2012 season and SuperSport Championship possible for James and Celtic Racing - without your help, none of this would have been possible!
James was very excited and pleased to state that "I can't even explain how happy I am with how things worked out this year! I went into Daytona kinda iffy about even having a ride this year, and then to have all the people around me making sacrifices to keep me racing all season, it feels so amazing to give them something to remember. This year has been a dream year for us, we've had some hard fought wins and some losses that really groomed our team into a family. We all put 100 percent into these Championships and that's what I needed the most to make this Championship happen. Big shout out to everyone behind the scenes who made this year happen. Whatever the future holds, I will definitely remember this year with these great and amazing people! Thanks to everyone in my life that keep me straight, and working hard on the right path! I'm just ecstatic! Many thanks to AGV Helmets, Dainese Leathers, Monster Energy, Techmount, and DAO Defy All Odds Apparel, who helped me get here and earn my second AMA Championship!"
Both Celtic Racing Suzuki GSX-R 600's showcase the best in road racing technology. Product support for both machines comes from: Michael Jordan Motorsports, American Suzuki, Armor Bodies, Chicken Hawk Racing, DesignStar3, Dynojet, FMF Racing, Full Spectrum Power, Hudson Valley Racing, Galfer Brakes, GB Racing, K-Tech Suspension, Maxima Oils, Motion Pro, Pit Bull, Riviera Country Club, Saddlemen, Star Motorcycle School, Vortex Racing, and Zero Gravity.
Celtic Racing was established in 2001 by Barry Gilsenan, and over the past 11 seasons has established itself as a premier privateer racing team. Development of riding talent began with two-stroke 125cc, and 250cc machines competing in professional and regional championship events. More recent Celtic Racing efforts have focused on AMA Pro Road Racing in the Daytona SportBike and SuperSport classes with Ducati, Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha four stroke motorcycles. Gilsenan's talent for coaching racers of all ages and abilities has brought Celtic Racing worldwide attention and recognition, with many former Celtic Racing riders now competing on World Championship levels. Please join Celtic Racing on Facebook: ~.
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Established in 1973, Orient Express is a high performance motorcycle parts and accessories warehouse distributor; offering dyno tuning, engine building services and precision machine work. Orient Express has an extensive history of racing, including support of both professional and amateur race series and individuals. For more information regarding Orient Express, or to find out what Orient Express can do for your racing success, please call 800.645.6521 or 631.231.9552 (NY/International), visit ~ or join them on Facebook at ~.
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More, from a press release issued by BYR/Fogi Racing:
Young Wraps Up Rookie Season On A High Note At NOLA
NEW ORLEANS, LA - October 9, 2012 - AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike racer Ben Young wrapped up his rookie season this past weekend at the final round of the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing series at NOLA Motorsports Park in New Orleans, LA with a class-best finish of 12th place on Saturday and a 17th on Sunday.
This was the inaugural visit to NOLA Motorsports Park's 2.75 mile course for the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing series. Scottish-Canadian Ben Young set some impressive lap times during Friday morning's first free practice session however, Young was lacking confidence in front-end feel on the #86 BYR/FOGI Racing Yamaha R6 machine. Suspension and gearing changes were in order before the first qualifying session.
"The gearing helped a bunch. We ran the same Dunlop tires from this morning for the first half of the session then we changed the rear and put a new medium on it." said Young. "I did my fastest lap on the last lap with 5 laps on the new rear and about at least 35 laps on the front which started to slide on the closing laps."
After the first qualifying session Young was 24th fastest and would wind up 22nd on the grid for the weekend's doubleheader after the second qualifying session.
In Saturdays AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race Young got a great start and began his charge towards the top fifteen. The race was only into the third lap when it was red flagged due to a dramatic two-rider crash in Turn 6. Luckily both riders were uninjured; however the red flag forced riders to the pits for about 15 minutes before the competitors could restart.
Young got another impressive start and battled right to the end
crossing the line in 12th which was a season-best finish for the young pilot from Thornbury Ontario. With the success of the first race Young was determined to improve on his result in the final race of the season on Sunday.
Again from 22nd on the grid, Young got another great start and quickly gained positions moving into 13th place in the final AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race of the season. Battling for 12th for most of the race he was followed closely by a group of five riders hunting him down for his position. After dicing back and forth within the tightly packed group of riders Young slipped back to eventually cross the line
in a very creditable 15th position. Young then learned that he was to be penalized 5 seconds for crossing the white boundary line on the exit of the final turn. This setback would see him finish the day officially in 17th place.
Young was asked about his weekend; Ben explained, "I am so pleased with our results this weekend. We've worked so hard throughout the entire season and to almost break into the top ten is a nice way to end the season. I was devastated in the second race by being penalized for crossing the white line on the final turn. It was the first time I crossed the line over the whole weekend and it was because I was riding so hard to keep ahead of the guys behind me, I went in slightly too hard and had to run wide. If I closed the throttle to keep inside the line the riders behind would have ran into me, I had no choice. I hope they get it sorted out for next season."
With a successful rookie season now under his belt Young is already talking with marketing partners and exploring opportunities within the AMA paddock to contend the 2013 AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike Championship.
Father and BYR team manager Scott Young was asked about their future plans: "Ben has developed very well this season and he's achieved the goals that were setout at the beginning of the season. In 2011 we decided that this season Ben would enter the Daytona SportBike class to develop his talents and learn all the AMA circuits that the series visits. It was unfortunate that we had to miss 3 rounds this season due to commitments that were out of our control."
"For the 2013 season we are currently scouting opportunities to
align Ben with an existing and proven team within the AMA paddock. Having a full team around him including full-time technical/mechanical support and teammates will allow him to learn and challenge himself to continue the impressive growth he has shown this season." added Scott Young.
"We've had a great season! We're looking forward to being a part of the AMA Pro Road Racing paddock in 2013. Thank you to the AMA staff, organizers, the tracks and corner workers for providing a safe and exciting series. To compete at this level takes support from so many wonderful people and outstanding organizations. I must also thank the many encouraging family members, fans and sponsors that make all this happen!" added the young racer.
Ben Young Racing (BYR) and the Fogi Racing Development Team would like to thank the following outstanding companies for their support this season; Scotbuild Developments, Arai Helmets, GP Tech LLC, Tim Hortons - Sudbury, K&N Filters, EBC Brakes, Arlen Ness Racing boots, Armour Bodies, BCL Motorsports Pit Kit, Vortex Racing, Akrapovic Exhaust Systems, RS Taichi Leathers, The Graphix Factory, The North American
International Motorcycle SUPERSHOW and Liquid Performance.
To keep up-to-date on Ben Young and the Fogi Racing Development Team throughout the year, visit ,
and on Twitter @86BY.
More, from a press release issued by MOB Racing:
Shane Narbonne fought tooth and nail on the last lap to capture 2nd place in the Vance & Hines XR1200 race at NOLA Motorsports Park.
"The last lap of that race was amazing! Barney and Tylers finish- what can you say? WOW! Then Corbino, Carlson and Shane where literally all over each other fighting for what they though was the last spot on the podium! Shane put on the best lap of the season as far as I'm concerned, and that race again proves why the XR1200 class is just racing at its best! I can't wait for MOB Racing and Shane to come back for 2013 with nothing short of the Championship as our goal!" says team owner Dennis Espinosa.
Jake Holden captured Pole position in qualifying but unfortunately his front tire lost traction early on resulting in a crash.
Eric Haugo in ONLY his second appearance in the class worked steadily all weekend netting himself a 7th place finish, his second top 10 in 2 tries.
The Vance & Hines series has allowed MOB Racing to produce some amazing stats with a talented group of riders for 2012;
#46 Shane Narbonne, #34 Mike Barnes, #59 Jake Holden, #19 Eric Haugo and #28 Calvin Martinez:
3- POLES (Mid-Ohio/Indy/NOLA)
7- Front row starts
4- Fastest race laps (RA/Indy R1 and R2/NJMP)
11- Top 10 finishes
1- Win (NJMP)
2- Seconds (RA/NJMP)
2- Thirds (Barber/Mid-Ohio)
MOB Racing thanks all its riders and especially all its sponsors for a great 2012 season!
MOB Racing is sponsored by: Newsholme Financial Center, Teterboro RAMS LLC, Designstar3.com, Vanted Solutions, TPM, Woodcraft, Armour Bodies, Saddlemen, Motion-Pro, Trebour Motorcycles, Get in Gear, Penske, K Tech, Orient Express, Moto D, KK and Markbilt.