Jeff Gibson on Pit Pass Radio

January 27, 2009
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Jeff Gibson, Mahindra Tractors, RWR, Tuf Honda Arenacross Racer
It seems that the Tuf Racing team never fails to find the right person to put together a great season of Arenacross. Last year they did that with Chad Johnson, the defending Champion, and this year with Jeff Gibson. Jeff is the point’s leader and has been on a rail lately sweeping both main events on Friday and Saturday at the Broadbent Arena in Louisville, Kentucky. We welcome Jeff to talk about his season so far and his strategy to maintain this momentum he has going.

Jason Thomas, Supercross racer, DNA Energy Drink, BTO Sports, Butler Brothers MX
Coming off a broken tibia/fibula suffered at the US Open in October, Jason is ready to rejoin the Supercross series for the first time in 2009. After 12 years on the circuit, he has become one of the veterans of the sport and is certainly anxious to get back out there. We talk to him as he prepares to return to action in San Francisco this weekend.

Mike Johns – Owner, Touring Tear-Offs™
With a lifetime of racing behind him, Mike Johns introduced laminated tear-offs to motocross. Teamed up with Racing Optics, Mike is introducing NASCAR windshield tear-offs to touring motorcycle windshields with Touring Tear-Offs™.

Lou Lopez, National Sales Manager, Parts Unlimited
Parts Unlimited is the biggest aftermarket Powersports distributor in the World. They own the catch phrase, “We support the Sport.” You will see the Parts Unlimited logo at every major event. Lou joins us to talk about how they are involved in 2009 and talk to us about the motorcycle industry’s health and what he thinks the next few years are going to look like for everyone involved in the industry.

Brett Metcalfe, Supercross Racer, Geico Powersports Honda
In 2002, at the age of 18, Brett packed his bags and headed for Europe to compete in the World Motocross GP Series MX2. It was only one year later, in 2003, that Metcalfe came stateside to begin his U.S. racing career. He subsequently competed in both East and West Supercross support class championships, eventually winning the U.S. Open in Las Vegas in 2005. He is currently in 2nd place after the first Lites East Round.

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