MotoAmerica’s Last Stand – Quicksilver Q Crew
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MotoAmerica’s Last Stand

MILLVILLE, New Jersey (Sept. 9, 2016) –

Here we go!  The last race weekend of the season for the 2016 MotoAmerica motorcycle race series.

This weekend the Quicksilver Riders Discount/Tuned Racing and Quicksilver Latus Kawasaki Racing are at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, New Jersey for the final round of the MotoAmerica Superstock 600 and Superstock 1000 Championship. Rider Bryce Prince secured the Superstock 600 championship title at Utah Motorsports Campus.

“After taking a long break between Laguna and New Jersey, I’m ready to be back on the bike,” said Prince. “It’s the last race of the season, and since we wrapped up the championship we will have no other pressure but to win. New Jersey is one of my favorite tracks, and I look forward to being back and trying to run up front!”

Laguna Seca did not go as planned for Superstock 600 rider Jason Aguilar, due to a highside in the corkscrew during warm-up that inhibited him from racing. Currently tenth in the point standings, Aguilar is looking forward to racing this weekend in New Jersey.

“My recovery has gone well and I’m finally walking again after the Barber and Laguna crashes,” said Aguilar. “I’m looking forward to getting back on the bike and seeing how my head and foot are throughout a session. We plan on doing the best we can under our circumstances and having some fun while we’re at. I can’t thank everyone enough for staying behind me throughout the injuries this season.”

On the Superstock 1000 side of things, Josh Herrin of Meen Motorsports secured the title but our Quicksilver Latus Kawasaki Racing Team’s Bobby Fong can still come away with a ‘Podium Championship’ if he has a solid weekend.  Currently he holds spot #3 in the standings.

Go Q Crew!

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