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This was sent to us by flat track stalwart, Mike 'Stu' Stuhler, and I love the look of those Kawasakis, and the story behind the teams name, so it's worth sharing. GI Photo: Raffle Racing's Big-A-framed Kawasaki Ninja-based 750 and Scott-framed 750 sit on display before the AFT Production Twins races at the Sacramento Mile, 2021. Here is an edited version of a press release: Jim Terchila and Bob Berry, now newly re-branded as Raffle Racing (a play on the fact that Jim won the
This stock frame Kawasaki ER-6n, just showed up on instagram. It was built by Pep Sastre, one of the top technicians at Kawasaki Spain, for, we hope, his son Ferran to race. I say hope, because Ferran is an absolute demon racer. He competed in the DTRA for the last couple of years, coming close to winning the title in 2019, and has also raced as an amateur in America, where he won big races. The bike was hashtagged as a hooligan, but as a 650 Twin it's too small for most hool
Breakfast of Champions. I'd read and repeated, the saying for years. British F1 star James Hunt famously had a patch on his racing overalls proudly claiming it was 'Sex'. Kurt Vonnegut wrote a book of the same name, but it was actually US breakfast cereal, Wheaties, who coined the phrase. To hammer home the link between sporting success and a first meal of the day consisting of wholegrain flakes, the makers of the cereal emblazoned their orange box with a photo of an athlete.