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The Future of the AMA and American Pro Motorcycle Racing
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Thank you for your interview with MO. May I follow up your comments with a: Well, Duh? Also, since I've had keen sight on all this, so far, may I trouble you for a job in marketing? Thanks for your prompt response.
P.S.- Glad someone cares about superbike racing in this country again.
Does this mean I may have to learn the names of all of the "'mercian" roadracers instead of all of the 125, 250 and motogp riders? Which by the way I can watch anytime I want at home, any year, any track. Take a tip from Dorna and not the WSBK guys. Access, access, access. There are too few tracks to expect huge amounts of pilgrims to trek from place to place. If access similiar to MotoGP were available the fan base would grow, I believe.
If you get a job get in touch with me. I make a good lackey, lots of skills some of them useful, and won't be passing my physical for my current position in September.
ps Yes I checked the timing in Jerez, I'll be watching qualifiying and the races live for a little more than what my monthly internet access costs and it has made me a customer at the Indy GP.
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