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Advance, North Carolina - Top talent and industry insiders from the motorcycle industry give their uncut opinions and race stories. Get your weekly motorcycle news live from Pit Pass Moto Weekly. Pit Pass Moto Weekly is now heard in over 50 countries around the world.

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Colin Edwards, MotoGP Racer, Tech3 Yamaha
American MotoGP superstar Colin Edwards, known as "The Texas Tornado", is in his second season with Tech3 Yamaha in 2009 and his fifth year as a Yamaha rider on the YZR-M1. Edwards sits 5th in points as the series heads to Indianapolis this weekend for the 2nd annual Red Bull Indianapolis GP at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Josh Herrin, Daytona Sportbike Racer, Graves Yamaha
Herrin is racing in his fourth year and third full season with Yamaha and Graves Motorsports and rides the No. 8 Yamaha YZF-R6 in the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike class. Josh earned his first two AMA Daytona Sportbike wins in a weekend sweep at VIR during the Suzuki Big Kahuna National. At 19 years old, he's 3rd in points as the 2009 series is coming to a close after the races in New Jersey in two weeks.

Scott Russell, AMA and World Superbike Champion
In his 13 years of professional motorcycle racing, "Mr. Daytona" amassed one of the most impressive records in road racing history. He was in the top 10 all-time in AMA Superbike wins, the leader in AMA 750 Supersport, a four-time AMA road racing champion, World Superbike champ and of course the rider most experts considered the best ever at Daytona. Scott Russell was and is still a fan favorite. He is now racing cars and announcing for the AMA Pro Road Racing Series.

Mike Brown, Offroad Racer, KTM
Mike Brown was the 2001 AMA National Motocross Champion. Mike added another AMA National Championship to his legend this past week by winning the inaugural AMA WORCS WEEK National Championship. The AMA WORCS Week Championship is a multidiscipline title that entails four events in one week of racing. The events included an AMA Western Hare Scrambles, a GPMX race, a WORCS-Cross race, and the final was WORCS round eight all in Olympia Washington at the Straddleline facility.

Ron Hinson, Hinson Racing
Hinson Racing has been synonymous with championships since even before it opened its doors for business way back in the early 90's designing and building the first ever aftermarket clutch baskets. Today Hinson Racing has 18 employees and builds clutch baskets, inner hubs, pressure plates, clutch covers, slipper clutches and essentially all aspects of the clutch, for quads and motorcycles alike. They have an impressive championship count of over 175. They work with factory teams on all levels of ATVs, Supercross, motocross and road racing.  

Crew at Pit Pass Radio
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