1. sure....I'll get to see him as they lap him....he does get good TV coverage for being a "bringing it up the rear backmarker"Should Adam run AMA?
well then you can be mine too, my goal was to crack 34's so i can make the show and i did so i'm in... I'm working on racing the $$$ to go down as it will be an expensive weekend but i'm planning to be there.if you can get a lic and qualify, thats enough said you deserve to be there.
thats why they have a system for you to qual.
now im off to the winghouse.
and ill be timmys AMA pit bitch, i dont need to put that pressure on myself again. im old and fragile and far to handsome to risk anything
you will see it on the grid or when i come back... and i don't have a ike for superbike and to run it on the 600 it would be too funny!!fever--whats your ama number?
lets step it up a notch--how do ya'll feel about AMA Superbike.
Everyone keeps says "if you have enough Expert points to earn a Pro license". In the July Roadracing World it has a pic of Shea Fouchek (#544) and it reads: "with only 7 months of road racing experience as a Novice and a single weekend as a CMRA Expert before he got a AMA Pro licence and showed up to race for Saftey First".my personal thoughts are this.. if you have enough expert points to earn a license, and you can qualify for the grid then absolutely get out there.. have fun. they have qualifying cutoff for a reason.. so what if your not the most competetive guy on the grid.. your there to have fun.
100 points (using their conversion sheet) for a SS/SStock/FX license.
They will always take into other considerations.
For instance, they gave Wizzo a onetime use provisional license to let him try to prove himself.
Do you know anything about Shea Fouchek? He's won multiple WERA novice classes repeatedly.
He's also a former pro MX champ. Ever think they likely gave him a provisional license and he went out and kicked butt so they gave him a permanent one?