AMA Pro Road Racing
While the nation has been transfixed on the debt crisis, the Peak Performance Racing Kawasaki team has been mulling over another set of numbers. These numbers reflect a bit more hope than do the projected government deficits. These numbers indicate a way for a potential AMA Pro Road Racing podium finish at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
2011 AMA SportBike
You could cut the air of disappointment with a knife. Nobody wanted to say it, but the conspicuous silence that had befallen the Peak Performance Racing Kawasaki team after the Miller Motorsports Park AMA SportBike weekend was palpable.
AMA SportBike Privateer: Infineon Report III
The Peak Performance Kawasaki Team did its best to get Paddy McCord to relax at Infineon Raceway following the practice session. And he seemed to loosen up a bit by the afternoon qualifying session as he was able to drop three seconds from his lap times in a single 20-minute session -fantastic!
AMA SportBike Privateer: Infineon Report II
The first practice for 2011 AMA Daytona Sportbike at Infineon Raceway, Calif., would be noon the next day (Friday the 13th) and the first Qualifying session was scheduled for 2:50 p.m.
AMA SportBike Privateer: Infineon Report I
The Peak Performance Racing AMA SportBike Team, consisting of father Alan McCord, crew chief Neil Freeman and rider Patrick McCord, hauled the small (borrowed) trailer to Sonoma, Calif., early Thursday morning in time to load-in and get through AMA Pro Racing tech inspection at Infineon Raceway by late afternoon.
AMA Daytona SportBike
The odyssey began a few years back when a young man came to our Peak Performance Motorcycles shop seeking support for the SV650 he was racing with WERA West. His name was Patrick McCord; he was 16-years old, and had his father Alan in tow.