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Haven't done a lot of track days, but did enjoy the Honda VFR1200 on the track - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q4t-hT2FRU

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Everything you need to know to create a winning sponsorship packet (plus a story about me botching an interview)!

http://www.cornercarving.com/sponsorship-guide-part-4-your-sponsorship-packet/

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2015 Track Calendar is here!
Complete with 200+ events in WA, OR, CA, NV, and UT.

www.cornercarving.com/track-calendar

Now you have NO excuse not to get out on the track this year!

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I don't normally spend this much but there was a sale and my other helmet is eight years old. Marc Marquez replica.
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Nice bodywork!
Were going to start uploading photos of our customers Fitted Fairing Kits - Check out the album for more photos! 
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Ben Spies is coming back to racing.

""Triple Crown, Quadruple Crown, I don't care, I'll race anything, anywhere," the Texas resident said."

http://www.superbikeplanet.com/2014/Apr/140401spiescomeback.htm

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N2 TD has taken over the NESBA organization. Can't wait!

http://www.n2td.org/ goes live March 17. 
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They don't have a Google+ page yet, so check out N2TD on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/N2trackdays

Josh Herrin: The Moto 2 Saga

So, hot on the heels of the MotoGP Sepang Test, Moto2 testing got under way today, in Valencia. While I am not going to post timesheets, I thought I'd help us keep a close eye on an American in the Moto2 series.

Josh Herrin had an initial tough time, being thrown into the Moto2 mix at the tests following the end of last season. Not only did he have to learn the track, he had to learn the bike. His initial feeling for the Moto2 bike was that it was nothing like the Superbike he had ridden and nothing like the 600cc bikes he's been accustomed to racing. In a word, he called them "soft". Not "soft" as in having "no balls," but "soft" in terms of stiffness. He likened them to a 250cc two-stroke.

After the long winter break, he was anxious to throw a leg over the 600cc Moto2 and see what he got. He had been practicing at various trackdays on a Yamaha R6, fitted with Dunlops to get ready. So, how's he doing?

February 11 - Session 1:
Herrin puts in 22 laps on the Caterham Moto Racing machine and puts in a best time of 1:39.940. That's good for 26th on the timesheets, almost 3.5 seconds down from Nico Terol, on what's probably going to be the best Moto2 bike in the field -- Mapfre Aspar. Yeah, yeah, there are supposed to be equal, but we all know that's not the case.

February 11 - Session 2:
Herrin puts in an additional 21 laps and finds another half second - 1:39.514, roughly 3.3 seconds down from Mika Kallio on the Marc VDS Moto2 machine. He's getting better. Remember, Herrin was not at full strength at the Almeria test because of a fever.

February 11 - Session 3:
Herrin picks up a full second on his 15th of 16 laps in this session - 1:38.351, for 13th on the timesheets, only 1.8 seconds down from Esteve Rabat on the Marc VDS machine. His teammate fell back in session 3, but set a best time of 1:37.155 in session 2.

Not too bad so far!
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