Nov 13, 2012
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From a press release
issued by Pit Pass Radio
Justin Brayton, Steward Baylor, Weston Orloff, Dane Westby, Bobby Fong
Justin Brayton, 450 Supercross/Motocross - JGRMX/Toyota/Yamaha
Brayton just returned from Europe where he competed in a few off-season races to better prepare himself for the upcoming Supercross series that starts at Anaheim in January. His trip went very well as he was crowned King of Genoa after taking two wins and a second at the race in Italy. At the Bercy Supercross event in France he finished third behind fellow American riders Jake Weimer and Eli Tomac.
Steward Baylor, GNCC XC2 Racer and National Enduro Champion - KTM/Fly Racing/WPUSA/PG-backed Privateer
Earlier this year Steward won the AMA National Enduro Championship in commanding fashion. He then set his sights solely on defending his GNCC XC2 Pro Lites title and the championship came down to the last round at Loretta Lynn's a couple weeks ago. Steward was leading the class by one point over Jason Thomas going into the round and it looked like it would be an awesome show-down at "The Ranch." Unfortunately Steward had a crash earlier in the week and he was unable to ride to his full potential. He finished fourth that day to take second in the championship.
Weston Orloff, Owner and Racer - WFO Racing
Wes is an engineer at Harley Davidson where he does fuel injection calibration by trade. He also is a land speed record holder at Bonneville, he's been racing the Battle of the Twins where he won the championship in 2008, he's heavily involved in AHRMA Road Racing, and he's been involved in the AMA Pro Road Racing series in the XR 1200 class, as well as multiple other championships as well to his credit. Most recently he competed at the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb (that is all paved now) where he had a spectacular crash.
Dane Westby, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike - M4 Suzuki
Westby wrapped up the 2012 season in 2nd place overall in the highly competitive AMA Pro Daytona SportBike class. During the season he racked up one victory and 10 podiums racing for the M4 Suzuki Team. In 2011 he finished 7th overall and won race one at Mid-Ohio Sportscar Course.
Bobby Fong, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike - Triple Crown Industries Ritchie Morris Racing
Fong has signed a multi-year deal to race for Triple Crown Industries and Ritchie Morris Racing in 2013. The 22-year old Fong will compete in both the AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike and AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series. Fong raced in 2012 finishing 8th overall in the series and grabbed three third place finishes. He also rode in the Vance & Hines XR1200 class in two races claiming a 6th and a 4th.