Marie-Josee Boucher…Also competing as a wildcard in World Supersport is French Canadian Marie-Josée Boucher, undeterred by the weight of a name that includes both a hyphen and an acute accent. Boucher is riding a Honda CBR600RR for her self-named Boucher Racing Team. Boucher said, "This track is fast. I like that. I am learning to look up and look far. I am used to the tight, slow tracks of the Canada Superbike series so here I have to remind myself to look far into the turns. I am looking to go much faster tomorrow with the changes we’ve made to the bike."Elena Myers… Racing in the Larry H. Miller Superbike GTU Challenge is California sensation Elena Myers, riding a Kawasaki ZX-6R. At 16-years-old, Myers is already an accomplished racer and winner of multiple Expert races. Myers said, "This track really fits my riding style. I like fast tracks. I like fast sweepers. The turners are long and fast and you can get into a rhythm that allows you to build speed. I am having fun here."While the World Superbike and World Supersport classes are Pirelli spec-tire classes, The Larry H. Miller classes allow racers to run any brand of tire, but Myers has chosen to compete on Pirellis, just as she does every race weekend. Likewise, Ms. Paris uses Pirelli tires in her regular racing schedule, as does Ms. Boucher who competes in the Pirelli control-tire series, Parts Canada Superbike Championship.