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Old 10-28-2013, 10:11 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Jay Newton's TWS (Texas World Speedway) IV Thanks!

Wow!! What an eventful weekend that started at the last TWS (Texas World Speedway) round. After finding out that the R6 has a crank issue that was causing the charging system problem, we rushed to get the new 636 ready. Without the help of JAB Motorsports it would not have happened either. They literally jumped through hoops to get us all the parts we needed and have the labor on the bike performed. Brandon and John at P1 Racing also spent a lot of time on the bike to make sure it was ready to roll, and the HSBK crew got the dyno work done it needed. Needless to say, but it was an extremely stressful few days prior to the race. However, the bike got completed at 3:05 P.M. on Thursday, thanks to everyone's hard work. It was all up to the kid now. He said the bike felt good in practice, but that it did have a bit of front end chatter. Again, P1 Racing made it manageable for Jay on Friday. On Sunday, we pulled out of B Superstock to let the track dry more, could not run C Superstock because the 636 was not legal, and did not run F1 since Jay had already won that championship, but he had a great showing in the classes he did run, especially considering the track conditions. Jay would win the A Superstock and C Superbike classes convincingly, and would also take 2nd in B Superbike, while finishing an impressive 3rd in A Superbike. As far as the Kawasaki goes, Jay loves it. We would like to thank everyone for all the support this season, all of our great sponsors for their roll in Jay's evolution, a huge thanks to the entire CMRA staff, board of directors, and all the corner workers for their dedication to the sport we all love.

Special thanks to the Boldt family and all those that contributed to the great party Saturday night!! You all rock!!

See everyone at the banquet!!
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Old 10-28-2013, 11:03 AM   #2
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Jay,

Big congrats to you and everyone involved with your team. You deserve it because you are not only fast and skilled rider, but very humble and great person over anything. All of us CMRA members, love you like our friend, brother, and son, and keep cheering for your continuous success. See you next year my friend.

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Thanks again everyone! We are really looking forward to 2014!!
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