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Brian Deegan, Team Owner- Metal Mulisha|
After a career in motocross racing Brian made the transition into freestyle motocross. Several years later and multiple X Games medals, his success in freestyle has far outweighed his accomplishments in racing and his company Metal Mulisha has grown into a world known brand. Brian is now a full time racer in the Lucas Oil Offroad Racing series in a truck and also competes in rally car racing. Although he’s become a force to be reckoned with in the four-wheel racing world he still is very competitive on two-wheels. He’s competed at every X Games since Moto X was added in 1999. This year he won the Bronze medal in the Step Up competition where they reached record heights of over forty feet.
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Justin Barcia, Supercross East Coast Lites Champion, 250 Outdoors- GEICO Honda |
It’s been another great year for “Bam Bam” as he wrapped up his second consecutive East Coast Lites title in commanding form. He’s now deep in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 250 class Championship hunt. While the series is in a three week break Justin sits just eleven points behind the leader in second place. Their next stop is August 11 at Moto-X 338 in Southwick, Massachusetts with four rounds remaining.
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Nate DeLaney, General Manager – Dirt Tricks|
Dirt Tricks was formed to bring uncompromising function, innovation and performance to the motorcycle aftermarket. Dirt Tricks believes that customers should get more out of their aftermarket products. Dirt Tricks products are manufactured to withstand extreme abuse. The company stands behind all their products – they even go as far as guaranteeing their sprockets will not to wear out for a year. The staff at Dirt Tricks races and tests all their products in the harshest racing environments.
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Josh Hayes, AMA Pro Superbike Racer – Monster Energy Yamaha|
The defending AMA Pro Superbike Champion is dominating the rest of the AMA Pro Superbike field in 2012, there is no other way to describe it. This past weekend at Mazda Raceway, Hayes added another victory to his collection that now totals 11 for the 2012 season. His worst finish this season is a 7th and then there are the two 2nd place finishes and that is it.
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Martin Cardenas, AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike Racer – Geico Suzuki|
Cardenas had solid weekend at Mazda Raceway finishing in the runner up position. He is having an amazing season as he leads the AMA Daytona Sportbike Series with six wins and nine podiums. Cardenas is back in the Daytona class after an impressive rookie year in the AMA Pro Superbike class where he finished 4th overall despite some setbacks. In 2010 he was the AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike champion with nine wins and 13 podiums.
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