Call on the Ball at Daytona
Sacramento, California racer Cory Call corners the GS Racing Ducati through a turn at Daytona International Speedway en route to winning the opening round of the 1999 AMA Progressive Insurance Pro Thunder Series. Call pulled away to win by 6.190-seconds over Shawn Conrad. (Henny Ray Abrams photo)

Sacramento, California racer Cory Call corners the GS Racing Ducati through a turn at Daytona International Speedway en route to winning the opening round of the 1999 AMA Progressive Insurance Pro Thunder Series. Call pulled away to win by 6.190-seconds over Shawn Conrad. Thomas Montano finished third making it a Ducati sweep of the podium…

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Scott Greenwood Leads the Pack at Loudon (2002)
Scott Greenwood got the jump on the rest of the field in a Formula USA 600 Sportbike race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in June of 2002.  Greenwood (No. 21 Suzuki GSX-R600) leads Tim Bemisderfer (No. 511 Honda CBR600F4i) and pole winner Jeff Wood (No. 19 Suzuki GSX-R600). (Henny Ray Abrams photo)

Scott Greenwood got the jump on the rest of the field in a Formula USA 600 Sportbike race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in June of 2002. Greenwood (No. 21 Suzuki GSX-R600) leads Tim Bemisderfer (No. 511 Honda CBR600F4i) and pole winner Jeff Wood (No. 19 Suzuki GSX-R600). Greenwood led the race until two laps…

An All-Time Effort by Vos
Jeffrey Vos had the race of his life going in the Elkhart Lake AMA 250 Grand Prix in June of 1999. Battling for the lead on a wet Road America, late in the race his bike ran out of gas. He saw a fellow competitor broken down on the side of the track and got fuel from his bike in one of the all-time great efforts to stay in a race. (Henny Ray Abrams photo)

Jeffrey Vos had the race of his life going in the Elkhart Lake AMA 250 Grand Prix in June of 1999. In the rain Vos and Roland Sands split from the rest of the field. They had a completely different approach to tackling the wet Road America circuit. Sands was racing the classic lines, going…