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Tonight Scott Russell, Micky Dymond, Brant Russell, Kevin Windham, Jake Weimer

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Scott Russell, AMA and World Superbike Champion
In his 13 years of professional motorcycle racing, “Mr. Daytona” amassed one of the most impressive records in road racing history. He was in the top 10 all-time in AMA Superbike wins, the leader in AMA 750 Supersport, a four-time AMA road racing champion, World Superbike champ and of course the rider most experts considered the best ever at Daytona. Scott Russell was and is still a fan favorite. He is now racing cars and announcing for the AMA Road Racing.

Micky Dymond, World Champion Motocross Racer
Micky was a factory rider for several teams in the 80’s and 90’s and won multiple championships including the AMA 125 National Champion in 1986 and 1987 as well as World titles. When he retired from motocross he made his career in freestyle and was very successful. He eventually got involved in Supermoto where he was crowned the 2005 Unlimted Supermoto AMA Champion. Also in 2005 he won the Pikes Peak race in a world record time of 12 mins and 12 secs. To his credit he has a class win at the Baja 1000 along with many other accomplishments. His involvement in the motorcycle industry has been amazing and he continues to impress. Most recently he has been working on the Theatrical Freestyle MX show called Nuclear Cowboyz.

Brant Russell, V.P. Sales & Marketing – Acorn Woods Communications
Brant Russell has been in the motorcycle aftermarket business since 1978. He was the marketing guy for several key companies including HPS products, Richter Privateer, Noleen Racing, and up until a few months back was Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Yoshimura R&D of America, Inc. Brant is now part of Acorn Woods Communications and works with numerous motorsports racing efforts including the Suzuki Supercross/Motocross racing teams, The Suzuki Factory Superbike Road racing team and the Suzuki Factory Pro ATV racing efforts. Brant also has an extensive background in motorsports marketing. He and his brother Steve were Jeremy McGrath’s first agent and have represented numerous racing athletes over the years.

Kevin Windham, 450 Supercross – Factory Connection GEICO Honda
This is K-Dub’s 16th year as a pro motocrosser. Not only is he one of the most fluid and talented riders on the track, he’s one of the most liked. His fan base is huge and every racer and fan knows that you can’t bet against Kevin Windham when you are making predictions about the season. Last weekend at the opening round of the 2010 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series he once again came out swinging and landed on the podium.

Jake Weimer, 250 West Coast Lites – Monster Energy Pro Circuit
For the second year in a row Weimer won the opening round of the Monster Energy Supercross, West Coast Lites series in Anaheim. Last year he was in a constant battle for the championship with Ryan Dungey, who took home the trophy, winning by only 5 points. Jake returns to the West Coast with the very successful Pro Circuit squad led by Mitch Payton, and with Dungey in the 450’s, it seems Jake is the favorite to win by a good margin.

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