Paul Alessi, Chris Blose, Shane W and others on Pit Pass Moto Radio Tonight

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Advance, North Carolina (April 15, 2014) – Motorcycle racers, business people and insiders from the motorcycle entire world give their uncut opinions plus stories every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern. Listen live at www.pitpassmoto.com

 

Mike Alessi, 450 Supercross/Motocross – MotoConcepts Racing

This Supercross period was a big year for Paul as he won his first ever 450 Heat Race. He’ s stayed fairly solid throughout the season plus sits 13th in points after scoring 10th in the Seattle top level last week. Rumors have been circling regarding him racing in Canada come july 1st and it appears to be true. According to Tony a2z Alessi, Mike’ s father, the particular team will compete at the starting round of the AMA Outdoor nationals and then head North to race at the opening round of the Canadian series in Nanaimo.

www.motoconcepts.com

 

Chris Blose, 450 Supercross – Privateer

Blose has been on several really good teams in the past. He’ ersus a solid main event rider but wasn’ t fortunate enough to get a ride this season. He’ s now a true privateer in every sense of the word and also started the season out on a 2012 Honda. At some of the rounds he’ s had a mechanic help your pet from the local dealership. Chris’ ersus results continue to improve and he completed 12th in Seattle.

www.facebook.com/chris.blose.5?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

 

Shane Watts, Dirtwise Academy

DirtWise is an offroad school and they also offer instructional DVD’ s. In addition , Shane operates a pro GNCC team; Maxxis/KLIM/DirtWise KTM with Jason Thomas, Jesse Groemm, and Rory Mead. In the Morganton, North Carolina round Rory a new nasty crash that resulted in spinal cord damage. The GNCC nation provides gotten together to offer a fundraising energy with a raffle and an online professional rider jersey auction.

www.shanewatts.com

http://shanewatts.com/rory-mead-fundraiser/

http://shanewatts.com/store-3/

 

Jake Johnson, Flat Track Racer – Ramspur Winery, Lloyd Brothers Motorsports, Parkinson Bros Team

After the opening Round in Daytona, Johnson is in 2 nd place in the GNC Mixed standings. He scored a 10 th on the first time and 2 nd on day two. He completed the 2013 season in 7 th overall in the GNC Combined ranking with an almost eight th in the Professional Twins and 9 th in the Expert Singles.

 

Chris Fillmore, AMA Pro Superbike – KTM HMC Racing

Fillmore is currently tied in points with Martin Cardenas after the Daytona opener for the 2014 season. He finished a very consistent 6 th in both races. In 2013 he completed 7 th overall with three top five finishes. A two-time AMA Pro Supermoto Champ, Fillmore won the 2011 AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series championship.

www.chrisfillmore.com

 

Kyle Wyman, Millennium Technology Racing

Wyman was off to a great start for 2014 after winning the first race in the XR1200 Series plus placing 6 th in the Daytona 200, but now this individual finds himself disqualified after a puzzling series of events. According to his current statement he was required to offer AMA with motor parts through his XR1200 and after 11 times he was cleared for the win. Now AMA Pro Racing is claiming the cylinder was not up to date. In 2013 he finished twenty two nd in the Daytona SportBike class and 18 th in the XR1200 class.

www.facebook.com/kylewymanfans

 

Crew on Pit Pass Moto

Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Ed Kuhlenkamp, Jack DeLeon.

 

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