Banks, OR – February 13, 2013 – RSRacecraft spent valuable time last weekend testing at the Las Vegas Classic Course. In attendance were all three riders, Cory West, Dustin Dominguez and Brandon Cleland. Each rider getting their first chance to throw a leg over their prospective RSRacecraft built motorcycles.
The main objective last weekend was to get familiar with the EBR 1190RS and find a good set up for each rider going forward. Track time was used to test various chassis settings along with setting up the electronics packages for each bike.
Dustin Dominguez said, “It was awesome to finally get to ride the EBR 1190RS. We were able to try a lot of different things on the bike to get me feeling really comfortable. I’m looking forward to see how well we can go in AMA Pro National Guard Superbike class. Thanks to the RSRacecraft crew for allowing me to ride this awesome motorcycle.”
” It was great to finally turn some laps and get used to my new crew and motorcycle that I will be racing this year. We learned a lot about the motorcycle and got some valuable data that we can use later this year. We have quite the task ahead of us, but I look forward to the challenge and I can’t wait to get up front and be competitive in the superbike class. Big thanks to the RSRacecraft crew and Dunlop for making the weekend happen.” said Cory West
Ronnie Saner explained “Not only was forward progress made with our AMA Pro SuperBike program, but Brandon Cleland made progress all weekend getting familiar with his crew and motorcycle. The goal for our SuperSport test was to get a set up that suits Brandon’s riding style and get him comfortable on the motorcycle. Each session Brandon improved his lap times he feels confident we have an excellent rider/chassis package to head to Daytona with.
“I was extremely impressed with Ronnie and the entire RSRacecraft crew.” noted Brandon Cleland. “They have done a fantastic job at developing the Triumph 675R and made my job easy. The goal for the weekend was steady progress and I feel we accomplished just that.”