Back to Work
After finishing 6-1 for third overall at the Washougal National two weeks ago, Baggett is ready to finish higher on the podium at Southwick in order to extend his 11-point lead in the 250 class. He has held on to the 250 red plate for eight consecutive rounds, and is looking forward to getting back to work after the season’s two-week hiatus.
“I’ve been doing some training in Florida during the break,” said Baggett. “I’m definitely ready to get back to racing now.”
Hungry to Race
Tickle has kept his nose to the grindstone during the 2012 season, his debut year in the 450 class. He has worked his way up to fifth overall in 450 point standings, and with four rounds to go in the series it’s expected that Tickle will work even harder to move up the ranks. After finishing fifth overall at the Washougal National two weeks ago, Tickle has proved that he’s got what it takes to run with the big boys.
“I’m looking forward to the race this weekend,” said Tickle. “I had a good break, but now I’m hungry to race.”
Ivan Tedesco will sit this race out in order to recover from an injury sustained earlier in the season.