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Old 12-02-2009, 02:25 PM   #21
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I did...Chadwick Redmon. Great guy but I wouldnt have bumped him.
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All kidding aside, you guys should stay novice as long as you can and enjoy every minute of it.
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Jeremy Lauder wasn't bumped because he has very little experience. He entered two classes at one race weekend and did great. However, its not really fair to push the guy along that fast. However, if he does stay novice and goes out and really dominates the field. We will have a talk with him about possible moving up on his own. I'm with Linz. I don't like bumping someone mid season.
He was also riding one of my old 07 GSXR 1000's. The bike is a missile and handles unbelieveable. Not to mention has traction control. TWS (Texas World Speedway) is a fairly easy track to go fast at on that type of bike. The other tracks are not so 1000 friendly. Not taking anything away from this guys great riding but these are some of the things we look at when deciding to bump or not.
We don't expect for him to stay novice long but I would like to see him start the season as a novice and then bump his self up. If he does it will only make the rest of novice field that much better.
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