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April 14
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ASMA Round 2 and the Southern round of the North South Challenge had
a good turnout and great racing on a rare non windy April day.

In the first race of the day, the Kurveygirl.com Unlimited Superbike race,
Dan Dickerman got the first holeshot of the day over Chasser and Shreve
and immediately opened up a two second gap by the time the racers were
headed towards the Yucca Turn. Shreve overtook Chasser and set after
Dickerman, who was chasing his first expert open class win. The top 3
stayed the same for the remainder of the race and Dickerman got his first
open class win over Shreve with Chasser rounding out the podium.

Pirelli sponsored Mikey Shreve continued where he left off in March and
took a commanding win in the Evan Steel Performance Formula Arroyo
race, getting out front early and establishing a 4 second lead before another
3 time #1 plate holder, David Hurtado of Phoenix, Arizona made his way
into 2nd place on lap 5, passing Dan Dickerman on the brakes into turn 3 at
the end of the long straight and going by Joe Chasser into Yucca. From lap
5 to lap 12 both Shreve and Dunlop sponsored Hurtado lapped in the low
1:08 range, pulling away from Chasser a few tenths a lap. Shreve
controlled the race from the front and crossed the line with two seconds
over Hurtado and increased his points lead to 5 over Chasser with two
rounds completed.

Mickey Rupe dominated the JR Cochran Service Ultralight Grand Prix,
Lightweight Grand Prix, Formula 500, Fast by Few Southwest Thunder
and 500 Cup classes. The 65 year old veteran racer was untouchable in
every race he entered on his Yamaha R3, leading every lap of every race he
entered over other multi-podium finishers Phil Allison, Nic Swensgard and  
Art Johnson.   

ASMA Roadracing will return on May 5-6 at Arroyo Seco Raceway  and
the North South Challenge will visit Sandia Speedway with host SMRI on
July 21-22.

For more information about Arroyo Seco Motorcyclist Association visit
www.asmaracing.com or call (575)494-4794