Apr 9, 2002
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From Sean Wrenn: "I went to the Fontana race on Sunday and wanted to share with you my experience. I was standing at the wall near turn nine, next to the big screen. Standing right next to my group was none other than the Canadian Superbike Champion and former AMA 600 Supersport Champion, Steve Crevier. I am not a big fan, but I thought it was great to see and hear another racer of that caliber, giving such great support. <BR><BR>"It wasn't so much the cheering for particular riders, but how his support changed with each situation during the race. I used to watch when Crevier was fighting for points at every race and know who his main rivals were. To see that kind of support for those very same riders was just great for us to see. He is a great racer and now I have even more respect for him.<BR><BR>"Thanks for changing my view about prima donna racers."