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Japanese In Danger of Losing Motegi Dirttrack Race Series

Motegi JapanOn May 23, 2011 Japanese flattrack race riders, participants, race crews, and concerned persons got the news as notice of determination that Twinring Motegi will finish the Motegi Dirttrack Race Series on this 2011 season end, and they will close the dirttrack on May 2012, says the general manager of Twinring Motegi.  The manager said it depends on "Retreat by a management decision". But we cannot consent it.

In the '80s, HONDA built the factory tuned famous flattrack racebikes, RS600Ds, RS750Ds, competed witth Harley-Davidson's XR750s and others, and overcame in GNC: AMA Grand National Championship. They built several flattarck-styled street legal bike, FTR250 in '80s, FTR223 in this decade in Japan. They also sold Mugen-Honda-tuned flattrack race bike MFT250s in mid 2000s. And now, in whole world, many flattrack riders ride Honda CRFs,100s to 450s.

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PJ Jacobsen Wins OVRP Endurance Race On Self- Built Ride!

PJ Jacobsen devoted a good deal of time this season to promoting the F150 Endurance Series at OVRP in Oakland Valley, NY. And to cap off a season of hard work in impeccable style, Jacobsen built, and won on, his own motorcycle!

PJ’s longtime friend and personal mechanic, Tom Campion said. “Building PJ a bike just seemed like the right thing to do. The motor build was pretty easy. The hard part was getting a clutch to handle the extra power reliably.”

Evidently they were successful. PJ’s ARMA Energy Snacks team started the race fiercely competing against flat track legend Kenny Coolbeth on the Weiss Racing team, as well as against Mike Himmelsbach on the TSI team. 

They ultimately came out on top in both the 4-Hour event as well as the Dutchess Recreational Vehicles Dash-for-Cash.

 

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