Team RidersDiscount.com and Jake Holden Racing have been waiting over a month to get back on the AMA Pro Road Racing grid for the final round of the season at New Jersey Motorsports Park. After Cameron’s fight for the win at Laguna Seca was cut short by a red flag, the team is off to make way for the front yet again! Cameron has never been to the track before, so it’s going to be a new challenge for the team to set up the machine for the technical Thunderbolt course. But challenges are what racing is all about and even though hardship seems like it’s been a mainstay of Team RidersDiscount.com Jake Holden Racing all season long, nobody is backing down for the last run of the year.
Cameron wants to get back to the front for another crack at a number one finish. Since Laguna Seca, he’s been working on his A-game playing in the dirt and even putting in a few trackdays for good measure. The fact P1 has eluded the team all season only serves as extra motivation to get the job done this weekend. There are only two more chances left to put it on top of the podium and everyone at Team RidersDiscount.com Jake Holden Racing is ready to do battle!
Cameron Beaubier – “Over the break, I spent time with some friends, rode mini bikes and have been cycling a lot to keep fit. I also rode a stock Yamaha YZF-R6 out at Thunderhill Raceway Park in Northern California a couple times at trackdays just to stay riding during the long break. I’m really looking forward to the final round. I’ve never ridden at New Jersey Motorsports Park, but I’ve heard it’s an awesome track! I flew out Wednesday for New Jersey and I’m feeling good and I’m ready to race!“
Breaann Poland, owner Jake Holden Racing – “The team is more than ready to head to NJMP for the final round of the 2011 AMA Pro Road Racing Championship. Cameron had a strong showing at the last round at Laguna Seca for his best finish of the season. He’s ready to push for the number one spot on the podium! It has been a pleasure working with him over the last few rounds and I would love to see another podium run! The team has really pulled together this year to make things happen, a Cinderella story of sorts. Nothing would make myself, and the team happier than to finish out the season on a high note. I want to show all the sponsors, the fans – everyone who stepped up to help us this season a good result at New Jersey Motorsports Park. I had doubts about even making it to the first round after we lost our title sponsor but we made it and we’re going all-out for the last event!”
Brian Gibson, owner RidersDiscount.com – “In some ways, the layoff has felt like a long pause in the action, but it’s allowed everyone to prepare for the last race of the year. Cameron has only ridden a bone-stock R6 since Laguna, so he’s eager to go at it on a full racer. We’re really excited to see the team back in action this weekend and despite the way the season has gone, we’re proud to be a part of Jake Holden Racing and look to NJMP with great enthusiasm!”
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Cameron Beaubier would like to thank his sponsors: Red Bull, RidersDiscount.com, Alpinestars Apparel, Top 1 Oil, Leo Vince Exhaust, Specialized Bicycles, Bazzaz Performance, Kevin Schwantz Racing School, Catalyst Reaction Suspension Tuning, Jesse Koeller, Penske Shocks, Moto Wheels, Corsa Dynamics, TAW Performance, Brembo, Militant Moto, Stockton Optometry, CRG, TechSpec USA
Jake Holden Racing would like to thank his sponsors: RidersDiscount.com, FMF Exhaust, Motul Lubricants, Shoei Helmets, Cortech Apparel, Sidi, Held, Motion-Pro, Liquid Performance, Vortex Racing, Bazzaz Performance, SharkSkinz Bodywork, Zero Gravity Windscreens, Vicci, Goodridge Brake Lines, Speedy Moto, K & N Engineering and Penske Shocks