Mar 29, 2001
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Erion Racing's Formula Xtreme specialist Mark Miller has fully recovered from the surgery that Dr. Arthur Ting performed on his hand late in February. The procedure was to insert a metal plate in Miller's left hand to mend bones broken in a motocross fall. Miller has been back riding for some time but showed that he was fully healthy at Ken Maely's flat track Saturday, March 24. Miller rode several 50-lap, 30-minute motos while beating Libasci Racing's Andre Castanos and Roadracing World's Chris Ulrich in every race. Miller said that he was looking forward to his team's up-coming tests at Road Atlanta and Willow Springs before his Formula Xtreme season opener at Sears Point Raceway in Sonoma, California, May 4-6.<BR>