Josh Hansen is carrying the torch for the Dodge/Hart and Huntington team, as 50 percent of the H&H squad is on the disabled list. Ivan Tedesco is out with a broken finger, and Josh Hill with lower leg break. But team owner Carey Hart has to be pleased with Lil Hanny’s performance; Hansen has three 10th-place finishes and a seventh.
A stoic James Stewart walked the track Saturday morning looking focused and poised. With very un-Bubba performances the first three races, Stewart had to feel a sense of urgency coming into Oakland. And although great starts still eluded the star, Stewart kept mid-race mistakes to a minimum and secured his first win of the season.
J Star KTM’s Malcolm Stewart was on hand to support his big brother in Oakland. We don’t know about you, but we are pretty excited to see Mookie line up at the first East Coast Lites round at Dallas. He is looking really comfortable on the orange bike, and having JS7 as a riding buddy can’t hurt.
Jake Weimer is loving his Young & Reckless beanies these days. The Idaho native logged eighth in the main event in Oakland, and now sits fifth in points behind the four race winners of 2012.
Falken tire chicks promoting quality rubber.