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Oct 1, 2010

October 2010

October 2010
FEATURES
MotoGP Analysis: Why Moto2 Is So Topsy-Turvy
MotoGP Analysis: Who Will Cry For The Two-Stroke?
Tried & Tested: Bell/Transitions Optical Face Shield
Crashed Glove Survey: Heroic SP-R Race Gloves
Aprilia Jumps To The Front In World Superbike
Back In The Day: Editor’s Scrapbook
Project BMW S1000RR: “You Don’t Just Go Skipping Into An AMA Weekend...”
Shops: Pegram Racing
PROFESSIONAL RACING
AMA Pro At Laguna Seca: Magic, Mistakes, Make-Ups, Madness
AMA Pro At VIR: Championships Heat Up
MotoGP At Laguna Seca: Lorenzo’s Steamroller
MotoGP At Brno: Lorenzo Makes History
World Superbike At Silverstone: Crutchlow Doubles
WERA National Endurance Series At Summit Point: Zyvax R1 Rebounds
WERA National Challenge Series At Summit Point: Gaige Wins Four
WERA National Endurance Series At VIR: Zyvax R1 Again
WERA National Challenge Series At VIR: Knapp Wins Two
ASRA At New Jersey: Familiar Faces Win
TTXGP Electric Bikes At VIR
CLUB RACING
Monterey Challenge At Laguna Seca
Club Racer Profile: Ed Key
Sponsor Spotlight: WOW Baking Company
COLUMNS
Letters To The Editor
Inside Info
10 Years Ago
New Products
Lidz: Leon Haslam
Josh Hayes: Mississippi Madman
Jason DiSalvo: Jason Against the World
Elena Myers: Girl Racer
Peter Lenz: Racing A Moriwaki MD250H
The Kids’ Page
School & Track Day Directory
Racing, School, & Track Day Calendar
Saved By Soft Barriers: Jake Gagne
Numbers
MotoGP Trivia
The Crash Page
High-Performance Parts & Services Directory
Classified Ads
ASRA/CCS Newsletter
Advertisers Index
The Little Motorcycle
Chris Ulrich: Adventures Of A Racer

On The Front Cover: The electronic timing and scoring system said M4 Monster Energy Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas (36) fended off DNA Energy Drink/CnR Motorsports’ Bobby Fong (30) to win the Saturday AMA Pro Daytona SportBike race at VIR by less than the system’s three-decimal-point resolution, 0.000-second. After looking at a finish-line-camera photo (above), officials said Fong was a pixel ahead and made the official margin of victory 0.001-second. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.