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John Paolo Canton, Public Relations Manager - Ducati North America
Ducati North America is known for creating amazing motorcycles and the new Multistrada is just another example of the innovative approach this little Italian company takes towards producing motorcycles. With the new Multistrada Ducati engineers set out to build a bike that fits the needs of multiple riding styles from off-road to sport riding. Judging from the media reviews Ducati has once again proved that it is the little motorcycle company that can do just about anything when it comes to motorcycles.
Geoff May, AMA Pro Superbike Racer - Erik Buell Racing
Geoff May is back in the superbike class racing on the Buell 1125RR and scoring in the top ten twice in the last four races. May started the season fielding a privateer effort for himself in the Daytona Sportbike class and finished seventh in the Daytona 200. In 2009, May rode for the Jordan team with the National Guard as his title sponsor. He finished the 2009 season in eighth overall with three podium finishes.
Tim Burleson, Chaplain - Motor Racing Outreach
Burleson has been in the ministry since 1975, the last ten in motorsports chaplaincy. He began racing ministry as chaplain for a dirt track in South Carolina. In 2002, Motor Racing Outreach asked him to be chaplain for the WERA National Series. In 2007 he became chaplain for AMA Pro Racing and MRO's coordinator of ministry to motorcycle series. He continues to work with WERA Nationals and AMA Pro. This season he is also working with AMA Grand National Championship, aka, as AMA Flat Track. Other series he has worked with include ASRA/CCS, American GT sports car series and the the Stock Car Roadracing Series.
Kyle Regal, Pro Motocross, Merge Racing
Kyle is in his second year as a professional motocross racer. He chose to go to the premier class (450cc) this year and it has paid off for him. At Texas, he turned everyone's heads as he put down a moto every young rider dreams of. His finish was 6-2 for 3rd overall. As a young up and comer on a privateer bike he put himself on every team manager's radar. Last weekend he chose to sit out due to not feeling well after practice. This week he returns to race at Budd's Creek.
PJ Jacobsen, Daytona Sportbike and GNC Track Racer - Celtic Racing Orient Express Suzuki
Jacobsen started racing when he was three years old, since then its been an amazing journey. He has won over 30 national titles in the United States Dirttrack and Roadrace Series. He is the youngest American to compete in a Motogp race at Indy. In 2009 he did a full year in the Spanish Championship with team Aspar, ending the year with a podium finish. As of right now he is racing in the AMA Daytona Sportbike Series with Celtic Racing/Orient Express Suzuki. His best finish this season was at Elkhart Lake with two sixth place finishes. He also did his first GNC race on a Morneys Harley Davidson 750, running in second till the last lap, finishing up in sixth.
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