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Jordan Ashburn Tonight on Pit Pass Moto

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 | 4:20 PM

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Brett Metcalfe - 450 Pro Motocross- Monster Kawasaki

Metcalfe has been proving himself worthy of a factory ride year in and year out. He is credited as a podium finisher in points for 2008 and 2009 on the 250 Outdoors and nearly won the 450 title in 2011. After a season ending injury in 2012 he was without a ride. Leading Edge Kawasaki gave him a ride in the Canadian Outdoor Nationals and he rewarded them with the premier title. He also came back to race a few rounds in the U.S. last summer to remind everyone how fast he is at Southwick, Unadilla and Elsinore. For 2014 Brett is back in the states racing the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as a fill-in rider for Villopoto.and sits 5th in points.

Jordan Ashburn, Pro Offroad- N-Fab AmPro Yamaha

This has been a solid year for Jordan in the GNCC XC1 Pro class. After eight rounds in he sits 4th in points, ahead of his teammate Paul Whibley, with all top tens and two podium finishes. This past weekend was the Wiseco John Penton race in Millfield, OH and Jordan finished 3rd. The series takes a little break and resumes at the AMSOIL Snowshoe in West Virginia on June 21-22.

Paul "Frank" Cawsey, Team Manager- Team International Air Hammer

By day "Frank" works at the motorcycle shop he owns in Pentaluma California; P&M Motorcycles. By night he helps coordinate one of the teams that competes at the Vet Motocross Des Nations in Farleigh Castle, England every September. The team was created in 2012 and quickly becoming an annual tradition.

Jake Gagne, AMA Pro Racing Daytona SportBike - RoadRace Factory Red Bull

For 2014, Gagne is the man to beat in the highly competitive Daytona SportBike class. His results at Road America were perfect having set pole and a new DSB track record along with sweeping the results for the double-header weekend. His worst finish so far after three rounds was his 2nd place at the Daytona 200. He is leading the class currently.

Steve Rapp, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike and XR1200   Despite having a career now as a pilot, Rapp still manages to work in some professional motorcycle road racing on his weekends. At Road America his best finish was in the Daytona SportBike race on Sunday when he finished in 7th place. The Saturday DSB race was not as good to him having finished in 25th. The XR1200 class was not much fun either with a 19th place finish. In 2013 Rapp was crowned AMA Pro Harley-Davidson Series champion when he achieved five pole positions and six wins. Also finished sixth in the Daytona 200 with M4 Honda.

Kyle Wyman, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike - Kyle Wyman Racing

Wyman had a redemption weekend at Road America with his DSB win. After surrendering his victory at Daytona due to a mechanical technicality, he was back and ready to prove that he belonged at the front of the pack, which is where he finished. He stands in 6th place overall in the XR1200 class despite the first round disqualification. He also picked up a pair of 8th place finishes placing him 6th in the Daytona SportBike class too. 

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