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Andrew Short, Pro 450 Supercross - Chapparal Honda
Shorty had a tough Outdoor season but still managed to soldier through with amazing results. He battled some health issues including a staph infection that would sideline most athletes. He never gave up and finished in fourth, just one point behind third place in the series. He took a long break after the last National to get some much needed recovery and now he's back on the bike getting ready for Anaheim 1 in January. Andrew recently celebrated his 30th birthday.
Sebastiao Ferreira, AMA Pro SuperSport West
In 2012 Sebastiao finished 7th overall in the points in the AMA Pro SuperSport West class despite missing two races. In his career he has achieved some impressive results in the AFM Series winning the 600 and 750 Production Championships and the 750 Superbike Championship. Originally from Brazil, he now lives in California.
Fred Overstreet, Almosta Owner/Promoter - Almosta Race
The Almosta Race is an annual race held in NW Arkansas on New Year's Day. The event has evolved from a group of friends who gathered to have a 'friendly' race to an event that supports Rider Down Foundation with all of the proceeds from the event. The event is regional with most riders being from Arkansas & Oklahoma. Last year there was a huge presence for the first time from Missouri, but there are also riders from Minnesota, Illinois, Texas, and even as far away as California. Upcoming is the 12th Annual Almosta Race to be held on Jan 1, 2013.
Dustin Dominguez, AMA Pro SuperSport East - RSRacecraft
Dominguez had a great year in 2012 in the AMA Pro Supersport class placing 2nd overall in the SuperSport East class. During the season he scored four victories and 12 top fives. For 2013 he is teamed up with Ronnie Saner and moving up to the Daytona SportBike class.
Phil Nicoletti, Pro 450 Supercross- N-Fab/ TiLUBE/ Yamaha
This will be Phil's rookie year on the 450 in Supercross in 2013. He's 23 years old from Bethel, New York. Previously he's scored numerous top five finishes in the 250 Supercross class and he finished the Lucas Oil Outdoor Motocross season last year on a 450 with a couple top ten results. Last year at the end of the season he was doing it as a full privateer effort. Now he's signed with the N-Fab/ TiLUBE/ Yamaha team with Allan Brown as team manager and support from Yamaha.
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