Congrats to the N2 riders at NJMP

Discussion in 'N2 Racing' started by Motofun352, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. Motofun352

    Motofun352 Control Rider

    A little late but congratulations to the N2 riders who raced this past weekend in MotoAmerica at NJMP. Eziah Davis, Emerson Amaya, Gary Yancoski and Steven Dietz, CJ Laroche (Members who ride with us frequently) all did quite well. Eziah and Steven both scored points in the superstock 600 class. If I missed somebody, sorry.
    The N2 canopy was hard to pick out on TV, perhaps we can spring for one of those feather shaped flags if that's allowed?
     
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  2. tdelegram

    tdelegram Well-Known Member

    Well done! It's really cool to see people you ride with regularly competing on the national stage and being able to tell casual fans, " I know that guy, he's a real stand up guy and cool as hell, but has he largest cranium I have ever seen. I mean it should be in a tent by itself at a carnival where that charge admission to see it ".

    With the new motoamerica lightweight class maybe we'll see some more N2 people out there next year. Isn't there a little Rob that's fast on one of those small twins? Or maybe we spray paint Sanders sv one color and send him out to mix it up?
     
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  3. wmhjr

    wmhjr Grandpa Control Rider Director

    Jack, thanks for posting this. Absolutely congrats - and I believe Tim Wilson deserves mention as well. It takes real effort just to get on that grid and these guys as well as those that went to Jersey to support them all earned respect from me.
     
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  4. HondaGalToo

    HondaGalToo Control Rider

    Great job, all! It was fun watching everyone! Much respect!!
     
  5. LarsDunaway

    LarsDunaway Rat Boy Staff Member Control Rider

    Tentative rules look pretty superbikey- and very few of the current club racers' SVs will make it onto the homologation list, most likely :( with the rules they're suggesting, it'll take $20k to put together a competitive bike. The competition will be stiff as hell too- with the people I know of who are putting together an effort, it won't be far off from SSTK 600. That said, it's super exciting that they're doing it- I can't wait to see how it develops.
     
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  6. tdelegram

    tdelegram Well-Known Member

    Sanders has ancient secret powers, a good coat of semigloss exterior paint and he's saving $19,987 dollars on the build.
     
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  7. wmhjr

    wmhjr Grandpa Control Rider Director

    I've seen pics of sanders painting himself. Moto America would never allow it.
     
  8. fowlplayracing

    fowlplayracing Steve Control Rider

    Should be no trouble for a Doctor
     
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