Mar 13, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>No Limit MotorSports of Canyon Country, California will be testing their race-prepped 2002 Yamaha R-1 at Willow Springs this coming weekend. Riders Jason Curtis and Lance Isaacs will be riding the R-1, getting used to Yamaha's new entry into the world of Sportbikes. It is believed that No Limit MotorSports is the first team in the U.S. that will have race ready (2002)R-1s on the track.<BR> <BR>The team has two R-1 machines that are currently being altered for racing in the AMA Formula Xtreme Class. The first race for the team will be at Fontana in early April. Although the team has race-ready Yamaha R-6 machines that they may be riding at Willow Springs this weekend as well, the decision has been made that the team will race only in the AMA Formula Xtreme Class this season. Chuck Graves of Graves Motorsports has been instrumental in getting the R-1s ready for competition.<BR> <BR>No Limit MotorSports enjoys sponsorship assistance from:<BR>Graves Motorsports Texport Leathers<BR>Shoei Helmets Mechanix Wear<BR>VP Fuels Oakley<BR>Robertson North Hollywood Yamaha<BR>Woodease Hand Cleaner<BR>AFAM Curtis Sand & Gravel <BR>Canyon Bulk, Inc.<BR> <BR>