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Derek Costella, MiniMoto Champion
Derek is a MiniMoto Master with four titles since 2006, he is also one of the few people to have won dual titles winning the 10" and 12" Expert Championships in 2008. In addition to dominating the MiniMoto world, Derek also races Supermoto and Supercross with the occasional off-road race thrown in. He scored three top-twenty spots in the west coast Lites class in 2009. His top sponsors include Carter Powersports, BBR Moto, Monster Energy, Fox and Jardine. www.derekcostella.com
Robbie Reynard, Motocross Racer Sixteen years ago Robbie graduated from Lorettas and turned pro. He was so fast that he won his pro debut and became the youngest rider to win an Outdoor National and an Arenacross Championship. He also was the 1998 World Supercross Champion. His career however has been plagued with injuries over the years and we never got to see Robbie reach his potential as a racer. At 31 years old Robbie still gets around a motocross track very well and we see him still racing Pro events on a part-time basis. www.robbiereynard.com
Brent Davis, Owner, Speed Factory by am/pm Set to open this week, Speed Factory will consist of an indoor motocross track, two (2) indoor karting tracks, motorcycle retail area, three (3) conference rooms and a sports bar. The facility is located just 20 miles north of Sacramento in Lincoln, California. Speed Factory's building is roughly 100,000 sq ft with the arenacross style track taking up 35,000 sq ft of dirt, larger than your average arena cross track. The kart tracks will include one road course and a circle track for drifting. www.speedfactorybyampm.com
Steve Rapp, Daytona SportBike Racer - Bazzaz Performance Team Steve recently finished in third place on his Bazzaz Performance Yamaha at Infineon Raceway in the Daytona Sportbike class. He has had quite a rollercoaster of a season starting off with the unexpected release from the Attack Kawasaki team. He arrived at the Daytona this year with an Aprilia team and ended up racing for another team in the Daytona 200. He is settled in at Bazzaz and obviously comfortable with the new team and bike. Rapp was the 2007 Daytona 200 winner and has raced with Attack Kawasaki and Jordan Motorsports. www.bazzazperformance.com
Jeff Haney, Chief Instructor for the Skip Barber Superbike School Powered by KTM
Jeff Haney's career started in 1974 on the dirt ovals of California as a teenage protégé of the legendary Kenny Roberts. Soon after, Haney was signed by Honda and teamed with Freddie Spencer as a factory dirt track racer. As a team, they finished one-two on several occasions. With a move to road racing in 1984, Haney earned a number of top finishes in AMA and international races, including third place in the 1985 Daytona 200. After retiring at the end of the 1986 season, Haney teamed up with Kevin Schwantz as trainer/instructor, and thus added Bubba Shobert and Scott Russell to his roster of clients. Haney has contributed to a number of prominent motorcycle magazines over the years, including riding in several motorcycle shoot-out features. Most recently Haney test rode for Michelin prior to the 2008 MotoGP at Indianapolis. www.skipbarber.com
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