Aug 17, 2010
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Tonight's Show - Jason Anderson, Gregg Lynk, Amy Pickholz,Taylor Knapp, Derek Costella
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Jason Anderson, Loretta Lynn's 2010 Horizon Award Winner
Jason has been racing motocross since he was 6 years old. This year at Loretta's, he looked to be on a roll winning his first two moto's of the 250A pro sport that is until he had a DNF in the final moto due to a mechanical problem. In the 450A class, he also won his first two moto's but unfortunately crashed 3 times on the first lap in the final race. He rode with incredible speed and finished 5th. It was enough to clinch the title and his amazing ride earned him the prestigious Horizon Award. Now Jason sets his sights on turning pro.
Gregg Lynk, Owner and Engine Developer, Lynk's Racing
Gregg started working with one of Suzuki's amateur riders Greg Rand back in 1993. From there he went on to work with some local riders and eventually became the shop manager for Primal Impulse in Southern California. He learned a lot about engine development and took a roll as a mechanic with riders like Buddy Antunez and Branden Jesseman. Later he became the Team Manager for a few teams like Fun Bike Center and Fun Center Suzuki. Lynk has returned to his roots as an engine developer and started Lynk's Racing. He now builds championship winning engines for top amateur riders like American Suzuki's Tristen Miller.
Amy Pickholz, The Pickholtz Act
Amy has been working hard to see that the Pickholz Act be turned into legislation. As a result of her efforts HB687 has been passed in Louisiana and The Pickholtz Act is now Law. This legislation is monumental in Louisiana and it can have a big impact on the rest of the country. Amy is associated with the Motorcycle Awareness Campaign. MAC will be hosting their first leadership conference on August 28, 2010.
Taylor Knapp, AMA Pro Superbike Racer - Riders Discount
Taylor Knapp is coming off his best weekend of the season on his Riders Discount Suzuki with two fifth place finishes at the Suzuki White Lightning AMA Superbike Races. He is currently sitting in eighth place overall in the highly competitive superbike class. In 2009, Knapp raced a Buell in the Daytona and a Suzuki in the Superbike class, he finished eleventh overall in DSB and ninth overall in ASB. He was the 2008 GSXR Suzuki Cup Champion and also won a number of WERA Championships.
Derek Costella, Geico MiniMotoSX Champion - Monster Energy BBR
Costella is Mr MiniMoto, with more championships to his name than anyone else. He won Championships in 2006, 2007, a dual Championship in 2008 and in 2010 he became the first rider to win the World Final Championship. During the 2010 weekend he placed first in the 10 inch expert class and third in the 12 inch expert class. In addition to MiniMotoSX racing, Costella is also pretty impressive on a supermoto bike.
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