They call me Phil the Thrill, and I try and live up to the name:) I never knew what i wan... more
About Twice Per Month: Since 2012 | Mostly Regional
||600sb1, 600sb2, 600 b1, 600 b2, gt
||Since 2012 - Once Or Twice Per Week
I’m pretty new to the motorcycle scene; I got my first bike in 2009 and rode a lot of street/ back roads of Kentucky. While doing so, I met some AMA racers who took the time to educate me about the race track. In 2010, I did my first track day; although I ended the day with a crash causing a broken arm andhand, it didn’t break my spirit in the least. I came back in 2011 and did 8-10 track days along with
completing schooling at the Mid-Ohio sports car course. Fast forward to 2012, I purchased my first race
bike (2008 cbr600rr, received my race license and did my first race weekend. I was gridded last out
of 17 racers and ended up with a second place finish. Currently, my track times are mid to back of the
pack for Pro AMA racers and front of the pack for novice, with only having done 15-20 trips to the track. Most of the guys running these fast times have been doing it their entire lives.
this has been a break out year for me , i believe ive had a lot of highlights. If I had to pick one I would have to pick my first race weekend at Putnam Park. . I was grided last row , last place out of 17 racers and ended up with a seond place finish.
I plan to attend the entire Moto Series season which will have me racing from Indiana to Pennsylvania to
Michigan and possibly other tracks depending on this year’s contracts. I will also be participating in a
few select regional events with WERA and AMA. I plan to take my newfound skillset and knowledge to be
a more formidable racer in 2013.
My long term goal is to win a expert class in WERA and do a full AMA Super Sport season, but foremost I
want to be professional at my s
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Events & Results
||Moto Series Rd 1.
||Moto Series Rd 1.
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