No Limit Motor Sports Preview

From No Limit Motor Sports:

Superbike legend Doug Chandler, multiple AMA award winning "Tuner Of The Year" Gary Medley and the duo's racing protégé Jason Curtis of No Limit Motor Sports Honda persevere through a week of heavy rain and high humidity in order to shakedown and test numerous variables and tech combinations on the new Honda CBR600RR & CBR954RR in their continued effort to place the first year Honda team on the podium in the AMA Chevy Trucks Superbike series premiere event at the Daytona International Speedway.

The 2003 AMA event marks the highly anticipated return to the famed circuit which has conceived many memorable impressions on the dynamic duo of Chandler and Medley, both of whom were displaced from their long seated Daytona environment last season.
Chandler has come ever so close to Superbike wins on numerous occasions, ultimately finishing the 200 in the runner-up position more times then he cares to remember. He has however, attained success in Daytona support classes, with many wins on 600 and 750 machines. Chandler looks forward to being back out on the banked ovals of Daytona and feels he has as good a shot at the class wins as any of his competitors.

Team Manager Gary Medley has crewed his racers to over 12 class wins @ Daytona, including the prestigious Superbike crown 3 times with the likes of John Ashmead, Scott Russell and Chandler. Medley is working diligently to make his return to Daytona in 2003, his first as the team manager of NLMS Honda, a notable one. Medley has his team focused and determined. The entire crew is definitely pumped up and ready to kick off the new AMA season with a strong showing.

Jason Curtis a record holder in offshore powerboat racing is entering his 3rd year on a motorcycle of any type and looks very impressive on his CBR600RR. Review of the CBR600RR data acquisition by Medley revealed strong numbers by "The Kid" also referred to around the paddock as "Rocket Boy". Both Curtis and Chandler are excited with the characteristics of the new Honda machines.

Curtis explains, "My focus during the CCS-Formula USA shakedown was on my CBR600RR. I am happy with the discovery and data from the different setups we were able to test, barring the rain it was a good week for the team, we definitely progressed in a positive and efficient manner. I am looking forward to my inaugural season in the Honda Pro Oils 600 Super Sport Division".

No Limit Motor Sports Honda is running their race machines through AMA Daytona tech inspection today. The team will take to the track tomorrow and begin the final prep for road racing's grandiose season opener.
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