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Danny Walker, Team Manager- RoadRace Factory RedBull Team
Recently the team announced their intentions for 2015 including Jake Gagne moving up to the 1000cc Superstock class. His teammates racing in the Supersport class will be Tomas Puerta, Ben Young, and Cameron Petersen. The team will again compete on Yamahas. The RoadRace Factory Red Bull team was formed in 2011. Learn more at www.roadracefactory.com
Zach Ames, Arenacross- Team Babbitt's/ Monster Energy/ AMSOIL/ Kawasaki
The AMSOIL Arenacross season kicks off this weekend in Cincinnati, not far from where Zach grew up. Now living in California, Zach is an Arenacross veteran and he's due for a championship. He'll have his work cut out for him as the series is anticipating many newcomers as well as most of the front runners from last year returning. To learn more about Team Babbitt's, visit www.teambabbitts.com
Steve recently left CV Products after working with them since 2008. Prior to that he worked at Wiseco for 23 years. Also to his credit, Steve started racing in 1977 and raced pro for Team Yamaha on bikes in 84-85 at MX and SX events, ATV's for Yamaha in 87-89, raced the GNCC series, Outdoor Nationals, TT, and the Baja.
Cooper Webb, Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha
After the first round of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship in Anaheim, California, Cooper Webb finds himself in twelfth place. Out of the gate he was twelft in the main. In his heat race he led for a little while. Webb has a number of amateur championships to his name and finished out the 2014 Lucas Oils Motocross season in third overall in the 250 Class.
Kevin Elliot, ASRA
The American SportBike Racing Association (ASRA) will be running the seventy-fourth Daytona 200 in March 14, 2015 at 1 p.m. The Daytona 200 will be a fifty-seven-lap race on the 3.51-mile road course showcasing 600cc sportbikes battling for a purse of $175,000 with the race winner also being awarded a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. The ASRA is the parent organization to the Championship Cup Series (CCS), the largest amateur motorcycle road racing organization in the United States issuing over 3,000 licenses per year. ASRA promotes eight AMA-sanctioned Sprint Series and eight AMA-sanctioned Team Challenge road racing events for 2015. The CCS Series sanctions forty-five events at popular tracks around the United States.