Daytona 200: Jake Lewis Racing BobbleHeadMoto Yamaha

Daytona 200: Jake Lewis Racing BobbleHeadMoto Yamaha

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By BobbleHeadMoto:


BobbleHeadMoto and Karns Performance to field Jake Lewis in the Daytona 200.


BobbleHeadMoto and Karns Performance have teamed up with Jake Lewis to contend the 79th running of the Daytona 200. Lewis will be aboard the BobbleHeadMoto built Yamaha YZF-R6 with engine built and tuned by Karns Performance.


Jake Lewis said “I’m very excited and thankful for the opportunity to race the BobbleHeadMoto R6 in the Daytona 200. I’ve always wanted some redemption since my last run in 2014 and I’m excited to jump back on a 600. I know the race is a tough one to win but I know myself and the crew are more than capable of making it happen. I’m ready to get back on the high banks and fight for the win.”


Lewis will be alongside Shiloh Salopek, the Team’s Crew Chief and Lead Mechanic. Salopek’s attention to detail and efficiency keeps her running the N2Racing program in the MotoAmerica Supersport Series.


About BobbleHeadMoto –

BobbleHeadMoto is a premier parts supplier of used motorcycle parts. They also provide properly kitted, top level motorcycle rentals for track use.

About Karns Performance –

Karns Performance is a franchised Suzuki Dealership located in central Pennsylvania that specializes in Engine building and Dyno Services. These include the latest in FT Ecu, Woolich Racing, Power Commander, Bazzaz, & ECUnleashed Tuning.

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